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Q&A: Why Is My Clivia Plant Starting to Yellow?

Q: Many years ago, I purchased a Kaffir Lily (Clivia miniata) at the Philadelphia Flower Show and it has special meaning to me. Recently, the bottom leaves are turning yellow. What is causing this and what should I do? Also,…

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Light Choices for Starting Plants Indoors

There seem to be new lighting choices for indoor plant growing every year. If you’ve been starting annual flower and vegetable plants indoors you probably learned early on that natural light entering through windows is hardly ever adequate. Some type…

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7 Cheery Blooming Houseplants to Help You Beat the Winter Blues

The winter doldrums have settled in and as we count down the days to spring, why not brighten up your interior spaces with houseplants? Blooming plants cheer up a room with pops of color. Popular as gifts, their big advantage…

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Q&A: How do I care for a cyclamen plant I received as a gift?

Q: I received a cyclamen plant at a holiday party. Can you please tell me how to take care of it? A: Cyclamen (Cylamen persicum) are popular houseplants for the winter holiday season. These plants originate from the Mediterranean region….

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Holiday Poinsettias: History & Care Tips

Poinsettias are the quintessential holiday plant. They are considered by many to be an essential part of holiday decorating. With proper care, poinsettias can continue to thrive long after the holidays are past. Getting them to re-flower can be a…

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Houseplants for Low Light Conditions

There are so many houseplants from which to choose. How does one decide? Become familiar with the light conditions inside your home. Light can be the determining factor as to what you can grow in your indoor environment. The first…

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