Container gardens for indoors
Looking for a new houseplant this winter to bring some color to your indoor decor? Pink Star Calathea is a brand new variety out of Europe that shows off bright pinkish-red foliage edged in dark purple-green. Gorgeous and the best part is unlike older varieties, Pink Star holds on to its bright color longer without fading, even in low light conditions. From our NGB member, Costa Farms
A beautiful microgreen with a nice range of color! Radish Sango is a spectacular choice if you want to add color to any salad, slaw, or sandwich. The leaves are purple-green with a deep purple stem. Radish microgreens are crunchy and taste just like radishes. Radish Sango is easy and fast to grow. This microgreen reaches 3 to 4 inches tall, and its color intensifies as the temperature cools.
Looking for an easy-to-grow houseplant for the winter? Then think Peperomia! Peperomia in general don’t need a high-light situation, including the more succulent varieties. However, if you have a variegated form, the variegation will stay brighter in a higher-light situation. This is Peperomia Citrus Twist that likes medium to bright indirect light.
Geo is a fabulous new houseplant that sports stunning shiny purple-black leaves that give it an out-of-this-world appearance! Happily, it's easy to grow. Just give it medium to bright (indirect) light (natural or artificial is just fine) and keep it moist. Like a peace lily, Geo will wilt when it starts to get dry, but bounce right back after it gets the moisture it needs.
With a slim curving spout to deliver water beneath plant leaves at the soil level, this watering can is ideally sized for small plants. The hammered texture and curling handle give it a vintage European style and attractive profile that looks great on a bookshelf or countertop. Perfect for African violets, tabletop gardens, cacti, and succulents, or seed starts. Solid copper can be left full of water with no risk of rusting.
Pothos may be nearly indestructible and thrive on neglect, but they can get leggy and sparse if not cared for using the proper steps. I’ll admit- life, work, and other concerns have distracted me from properly caring for my pothos ivy, so there’s a personal investment here. And you’re probably right here with me because you’re wondering how to make your pothos leaves bigger. Let’s dive into learning how to grow pothos - the right way! #pothos #growpothos #fullerpothos #fixpothos