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The 10 most common houseplant problems you need to know

November 28, 2014

If you’ve just bought your first houseplant, or you’re a verified #CrazyPlantLady, you’ll need to know how to identify and solve the most common houseplant problems. We’ve prepared a list of the top ten problems (and how to solve them):

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End of season sanitizing

November 23, 2009

Written by David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth, authors of What’s Wrong with My Plant?, this post originally appeared on their blog. End of Season Sanitizing It’s late November and garden ghosts from last summer’s bounty may still linger in standing dead stalks of flowers long gone. Unfortunately, some of this left-over plant material may be […]

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Compost, AKA black gold

November 19, 2009

This guest post was written by David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth, authors of What’s Wrong with My Vegetable Garden?, and originally appeared on their blog. Compost, AKA Black Gold It’s late autumn and Halloween jack-o-lanterns sag and melt away in forgotten corners of the yard along with left-over dead cornstalks. The ghosts of last summer’s […]

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