Epipremnum Aureum was given the pet name Devil's Ivy as it was a "devil to get rid of". This bodes well for all plant parents as it means that it is extremely tough and one of the hardest house plants to kill. Great for beginners and experts alike it also features on the NASA clean air study which means that it removes toxins from the air such as benzene, formaldehyde & xylene and helps to make your city space air fresh and clean.Read More
Ceropegia Woodii or String of Hearts plant is a real beauty. Nick-named "String of Hearts" due to its beautiful heart shaped leaves, this trailing house plant is one of my absolute favourites.
This is mainly due to the fact that to the untrained eye this plant looks like it would be difficult to look after and a bit of a delicate diva, when in fact it is tough as a cactus and one of the easiest plants to keep alive.Read More
The people I meet at Succulence pop-ups and events often say that they can kill a (insert hard to kill plant name such as cactus here) so therefore they can’t possibly look after a plant as they must just be botanically challenged. Then after a bit of probing I get to the real reason their plants didn’t make it. Here are the issues that come up time and time again ....Read More