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Some plants are easy, and some plants are hard. Knowing your plant's needs can make the difference between having a happy, healthy, vibrant plant, or having a shriveled-up husk of what was once a beautiful plant that now judges you silently in the corner.

Before you go any further, I want to let you know that killing a plant can happen to even the best of us (myself included). You're taking the next step in caring for your plant, so go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back, because your plant will appreciate it!

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Amaryllis ‘White Nymph’

Amaryllis White Nymph is a very easy and satisfying bulb to grow. When it’s in it’s growing season it features…

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Orange Star

The Orange star, also known as the Sun Star or Star of Bethlehem is a beautiful perennial bulb from South…

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Creeping Fig

Fluffy, wild, and hardy—three great ways to describe the Creeping Fig. Their leaves may be much smaller compared to the…

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Bromeliad

Let’s get nerdy for a second and talk plants, more specifically Bromeliads. They are part of the Bromeliaceae family. Bromeliads…

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Lace Aloe

The Lace Aloe is great for beginners, whether you have outdoor space on a patio or garden, or even if…

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