Bring your houseplants into autumn with a warm and fall-like look by creating a DIY cork plant cover!
If you can’t satiate your snake plant desire with one or two plants, and you are a do-it-yourselfer, then grab your garden scissors, a vase of water, and a soil-filled planter because we are going to make many sansevierias from one plant!
Run circles around your vines and create a stylish hoop planter using macrame rings!
Extreme Heat can wreak havok on our indoor plants. Learn how to beat the heat with these plant-saving tips!
Create a gorgeous DIY hoop trellis you can make in minutes!
Learn how to use neem oil to get rid of pests, and fungus and to keep your indoor plants protected! Easy-to-follow directions for soil drenching and for a foliage spray! Neem oil is organic and safe to use in your home.
We’re always on the lookout for vintage and thrifted finds--like this lovely porcelain teapot—to use as vessels for propagating indoor plants that love to root in water.
This DIY “landscape” is made from dyed, preserved moss, but it of course takes visual cues from the landscape.
Preserve and display your favorite foliage! Learn how to dry your houseplants leaves!
Many indoor plants thrive in humid environments, but there is no need for a clunky humidifier with these beautiful DIY humidity trays.
If you decide to move your indoor plants outside for the summer, then some of them may need a period of adjusting (acclimation) to their new environment, and where you intend on placing them will determine the process. Sun-loving plants and low-light plants have different acclimating methods. Let's explore both!
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