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Most indoor plants that we keep in our homes are tropical plants. It is not always easy to keep houseplants looking their best because the home environment is quite a bit different than that of a tropical jungle.

Houseplant questions or problem? Please read this page and if you have further questions you can ask a houseplant question. I would be happy to answer any indoor plant questions as I can or help you find answers. Free of charge, no sign-ups required! Looking for plants to help clean the air? See video below.

Philodendron Plant

Philodendron Houseplant

As an indoor plant care professional, I find that houseplants are very adaptable as long as changes are subtle and slow. You don't have to be perfect when it comes to your houseplants.

Most houseplants will adapt to your care as long as you are not too extreme. Knowing what your plants need to help them grow will make you a better plant parent! That is why I started this site

Customers often ask for help with a problem plant and I always ask them to describe how they care for their plants. Since I can't ask all of you that question, I have put in some guidelines that should be helpful to anyone. Reading through all relevant information on the site will give you help in solving your plant problems.

Trying to find the right plant? Check out the list of the best house plants. Any of these make great indoor plants. Two of the plants on the best house plants list also qualify as being extra efficient at providing clean air to the interior of buildings.

Included are sections on the most important things you need to know. Proper watering techniques, the importance of a healthy root sytem and the importance of placing your plants in good light. See left menu for specific plant and care information links.

So, Plant Lover, read on and I am sure you will find some information you can use. If you are looking for something in particular, there is a site search at the top left. If I might be of some help, I would like to hear from you. Questions or comments? Post plant questions, comments or your own great plant advice on the Blog.

With all the information out there, I have found that using a basic common sense approach to plant care will give you the best results with all but the most finicky of your plants. It is really pretty easy once you have some practice. Try one of the easier to care for plants such as Sansevieria or Pothos plant and start there.

Reading the sections on watering and lighting for your plant are most important and will make the most impact on your house plants health. Then identify the plant you have, or pick-up one from the best house plants list and read about it's special needs. That is a good start.

Remember you have to trust yourself and don't make the mistake that many people do by assuming that if your plant is not doing well the solution must be to give it more water. That will kill your houseplant faster than anything else.

Thanks for visiting and come back soon as plant care information, pictures and more are being added all of the time. I hope that your indoor tropical plants and flowers are happy, green and growing because that is why I started this site

If you have houseplant questions you can send a plant question or visit the PlantAndFlowerInfo blog for houseplant questions and answers. To post your own comments or questions or share some of your own indoor plant wisdom with others, stop on by the Facebook Page or Google+ Page. Thanks again all of you Plant People...

Plants and Water

Plants - Water

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