How (& Why) to Bottom Water Your Plants

I originally heard of bottom watering when a plant themed Instagram account I follow posted a joke on their story about “butt chugging” their plants. I thought it was hilarious, but as soon as I learned how easy it was and how great it is for the plants, I was hooked! Read on to find out how to bottom water your plants and why it’s so beneficial for them.

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Spring Plant Care Tips

It’s the first day of spring (as long as you’re reading this on March 20th), and with spring comes…happy plants! Here are some tips to get your plants ready for the changing weather and growing season:

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Which Popular Plant Works Best for You?

If you want a new houseplant, but aren’t sure what to get, check out this decision tree! And if you want more information about how to care for these plants, click here for a link to basic plant care.

Plant Care for the Most Popular Plants

If you’re like me, you’ve seen an explosion of indoor plants in the last year. While they look nice and add a clean air vibe to your apartment or house, it’s easy to buy a plant for its looks without considering how much sun it needs (believe me, I’ve done it)! I’ve done a ton of research on all these plants while I’ve been accumulating them, so I decided to share my new plant knowledge with you! Not sure which plant to start with? Click here to check out my decision tree to help you decide!
Click the links below to go directly to that plant. (And let me know if there’s one I missed!)

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Becoming a Plant Person over Quarantine

When quarantine started, I had one plant: a fiddle leaf fig. I had seen occasional pictures of it on Instagram and Pinterest, and thought it would look cute in our apartment. Fast forward one year and here I am today, with 10 plants 11 plants (I bought another while writing this post)! While I originally bought my first plant because it looked cute, I’ve done a ton of research over the past few months and have become that annoying plant person that points out the name of each plant in the restaurant (sorry Tony).

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