Sansevieria Silver Queen Vs. Moonshine: Which One Is Better?

silver queen sansevieria

Snake Plants are easy enough to take care of and great plants for beginners. Though they are still called Sansevieria, their name was changed to Dracaena Trifasciata. However, they were previously known as Sansevieria Cylindrical, and the name stuck.  However, there is more than just the common Snake Plant. It has many cultivars. Two well-loved … Read more

How Do I Fix Yellow Leaves on My Peach Tree?

Yellow leaf on Peach Tree

Many gardeners steer clear of peaches because it’s assumed they can’t grow in colder regions. But if you live anywhere in USDA hardiness zones 5a-9a, Peaches will grow outdoors just fine. There are even dwarf cultivars that can be grown in containers and brought inside in the colder months. Peach Trees can be a bit … Read more

Where and How Exactly Do Roses Grow Naturally?

Roses in the garden

There are thousands of Rose varieties today. Some estimates say that there are well over twenty thousand. But most of these aren’t natural and can’t be found in the wild. You may wonder if Roses grow in the wild anymore or if all the ones we see today are synthetically grown and created.  While there … Read more

How Do You Fix A Bent Banana Leaf?

Banana tree

Banana Trees help provide your home with a tropical feel. Due to their large size, they also are a great option to fill in empty spots in a room. There are dozens of different types of banana and plantain trees, many of which are suitable to grow indoors. Although they don’t usually produce fruit indoors, … Read more

Philodendron Imperial Red vs. Rojo Congo: Differences, Similarities, and More

Imperial Red

Imperial Red and Rojo Congo are a part of the ever-popular family of Philodendrons. Both have shiny green oval-shaped leaves, so confusing them is easy. Another reason why they are easily confused is that they are related!  Philodendron Rojo Congo is a hybrid cultivar made by crossing Philodendron Imperial Red with Philodendron Tatei. So although … Read more

Why is My Cactus Turning White and How to Fix It?

Cactus turning white

Indoor cacti are the perfect houseplant for minimalists. They’re slow growing, easy to care for, and don’t require much attention. If you’re lucky, your cacti may even produce blooms in summer! Despite their sturdiness, cacti are susceptible to issues like diseases and pests like any plant. If you notice your cactus turning white, it might … Read more

How Do You Encourage More Female Flowers on Pumpkins?


From pumpkin pie to jack-o’-lanterns, there’s no shortage of uses for this pretty winter squash. Pumpkins are a part of the genus Cucurbita, a group of plants that grows on vines and produces male and female flowers. The males carry the pollen, while the females carry the fruit to be pollinated. Without the female flowers, … Read more

Why Do Bees Like Azaleas?

Bee on Azalea

Azaleas are gorgeous flowers. They have a fantastic smell and plenty of colors that easily make them the main attraction of any garden. Despite being a little toxic to people, they are well-loved and favored by many gardeners.  It’s not just humans that enjoy these flowers either. Bees like Azaleas because of their high levels … Read more

Basil vs. Oregano: When to Use?


Basil and Oregano are often used together as they enhance each other’s flavor profiles. However, when trying to make your own dish and aren’t sure which herb will work best, it can be hard to determine which one fits better.  Though they are used in conjunction, they have very different flavors, with Basil being sweeter … Read more