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Snake Plant Leaves Turning Yellow: 5 Reasons and How to Fix

The snake plant, (also known as mother-in-law’s tongue plant, Dracaena trifasciata or Sansevieria trifasciata), is a popular choice among indoor and outdoor gardeners alike.  This beautiful plant not only adds an aesthetic touch to your living or work space, but it is also known to be hardy and easy to maintain.  It’s no wonder why …

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Why Are My Money Tree Leaves Turning Yellow?

Money trees, Pachira aquatica, are frequently used in the art of Feng Shui because they symbolize prosperity. They are the popular way to promote abundance within a home or business.  Money trees turn yellow because of inadequate lighting, cold drafts, over and under-watering, low humidity, pest infestations, root rot, and over-fertilization. Solutions to each problem …

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Potting Soil for Spider Plants (Chlorophytum comosum): What You Must Know

The Chlorophytum comosum is one of the easiest houseplants to take care of. Although its scientific name may sound like a disease you can badly acquire, the specific epithet comosum which literally means having “abundant hair” is derived from its turf-like leaves. If you are still having a hard time remembering the long scientific name, …

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