Marie Broadhurst of Feels Like Home gives expert advice on keeping Calatheas, the (drama) queen of plants, looking their best.
"These plants can be a little dramatic (hence the title) if you don’t get the care right for them you can expect curling leaves, and dry crispy edges.
"But once you get it right they reward you with the most beautiful foliage..."
Grace & Thorn's Nik Southern lets us know that spring is a great time to clean up your plant act:
Give your plant babies a spring clean. A good haircut and wiping down big leaves will not only make your plant look a lot tidier, it will help boost growth too.
Think of it as a nice relaxing facial for your houseplants...
Making your plants go from looking good to looking spectacular is all about matching them with the right pots.
Over the past year we developed a set of guidelines of what really works for each pot. Here’s a summary of what we’ve learned...
This guide runs you through the whole process of repotting a houseplant - from the tools you need, to the type of potting soil. We’ll also show you the signs that mean your plant needs a bigger home.