13 of the Best Grow Lights for Indoor Plants and Seedlings

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For vigorous indoor gardens, grow lights can provide what plants need – a reliable energy source to mimic the spectrum of colors found in natural sunshine. An economical solution to cultivate greens, herbs, houseplants, and seedlings, here’s our list of 13 of the best grow lights for strong and healthy indoor plants.

How to Revive a Wilting Spider Plant

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Feeling stumped on what to do when a spider plant wilts? Imprecise levels of water and sunlight, insufficient nutrients, and cramped pots can all lead to unhappy withered plants. Continue on for the information you need to identify common causes of wilting in spider plants, and learn how to revive drooping foliage.

Are Peace Lilies Toxic to Cats?

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Cats that have eaten peace lilies may show symptoms ranging from sudden yowling to an upset stomach. If your cat is pawing at its face after eating your houseplant, it’s important to know what to do! While less harmful than true lilies, the toxicity of this plant is not to be taken lightly. Read on to learn more.

How to Grow and Care for Peace Lily

Looking to add some greenery to your indoor space? Peace lilies are ideal houseplants that are lovely to look at, and simple to care for. Low maintenance? Check. Few issues with pests and disease? Check. Minimal light needs? Check. Learn how to grow and care for peace lilies in this guide. Read more now.

What’s Not an Asparagus and Not a Fern? Asparagus Fern!

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For an attractive indoor hanging plant, choose a variety of asparagus fern. Appreciated for its delicate and feathery leaves, this vigorous grower is easy to maintain and adds soft green color and textural interest to your indoor decor. Learn how to plant and grow this South African beauty. Read more now.

Ginger Houseplant Care Tips: How to Grow Ginger Indoors

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Did you know that you can grow ginger indoors all year long? In fact, growing ginger in containers alongside your other houseplants is surprisingly easy, and will reward you with a consistent supply of fresh juicy roots. Learn tips and tricks for growing this tropical herb in containers indoors in any climate.

The Best Tips for Cultivating Showy Garden Croton Indoors

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Nothing says “tropical” like the colorful foliage of garden croton, with its leathery evergreen leaves and  bright red and yellow accents. If your climate zone is a cool one, you can grow it in a sunny indoor location for a lush island vibe. Read all about this easy-to-grow, long-lived plant now on Gardener’s Path.