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Care Tips For Your Zebra Plant (Haworthia Fasciata)

Care Tips For Your Zebra Plant (Haworthia Fasciata)
Zebra Plants are very easy to care for succulents that do well indoors. The scientific name for these guys is Haworthia Fasciata and they have quirky looking leaves with horizontal white stripes.

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How To Propagate Devil's Ivy (Epipremnum aureum)

How To Propagate Devil's Ivy (Epipremnum aureum)

Devil's Ivy is such a fun and easy plant to propagate. All you need is a vessel, some water, a little bit of light and you're good to go. We go propagating crazy at PlantGirl. We love sending out these plants in the hope that you can eventually multiply them yourself! Start With A Cutting Grab yourself a cutting from a vine that has a bit of length to it and can afford a trim. Clip it underneath the leaf on an angle. You should be able to notice the little bumps along the vines of your Ivy. These are...

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Caring For Your Devil's Ivy Plant

Caring For Your Devil's Ivy Plant

Devil's Ivy earned it’s name because it’s almost impossible to kill. Now that’s the perfect plant to send as a gift! The scientific name for this plant is Epipremnum Aureum, but it also goes by Golden &  Jade Pothos or Pothos. It's an extremely hardy plant that loves the indoors and doesn’t need much attention. This guy is fast growing and will climb or trail (we call them crawlers here at PlantGirl) depending on where it's placed. The vines produce glossy heart shaped leaves with variations of yellow, green and white. What’s not to love about these lush leaves cascading...

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How To Care For Your Succulents

How To Care For Your Succulents

One of the reasons we love succulents is that they’re pretty easy to care for and longer lasting than flowers. This makes them a great gift choice or the perfect way to add some plants to your own home if you’re not a total green thumb. These little guys are called succulents because of their water-holding capabilities, which give them a swollen (and in our minds, adorable) look. They are low maintenance plants as long as you follow a few steps to keep them kicking along. Succulents come from places that typically have sandy soils. If you can get some...

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