Wireworm Woes: Identify, Prevent, and Control These Pests

Wireworms are small, probably less than a tenth of an inch in length, and can wreak havoc on your garden if you don’t control them. Learn how to prevent wireworms, and how to get rid of them if your garden has already been invaded.

Why Are My Pothos Leaves Curling?

Caring for your Pothos plant is easy. Proper care keeps those dark green leaves from getting dry and dying. If you follow these simple steps it will help you to keep your plant’s lush appearance.

White Sage Plant: Growing Guide

White sage is one of the most popular herb plants used by many spiritual people, but if you are looking for more information on how to grow your own sage plant, you have come to the right place.

Spade vs Shovel: Which Should You Choose?

What is the best tool to dig a hole? There are basically two tools that can be used for digging: the Spade and the Shovel. In the fight between spade versus shovel, which one would win?

Are Ponytail Palms Safe for Cats?

Are Ponytail Palms safe plants to keep if you have cats? The question as to whether Ponytail Palms are safe plabts for cats is one of the most searched questions on the internet. So let’s answer this question for you.

Blue Java Banana: The Ice Cream Banana Plant

Blue Java Banana plants (also known as ice cream banana or blue Java) forms a symbiotic relationship with a type of fig wasp. The fig wasp eats its way into the fruit and the fig becomes the wasp’s nesting site. After mating, the female wasp lays its eggs and the eggs develop right inside the fig. In turn, the wasp larvae feed on the fig pulp and the skin of the ripe fruit. The relationships is superbly beneficial for all 3 players. The wasp fig provides food for dozens of wasps, the wasp larvae get a safe haven to grow, and the banana plant reproduces through pollination.