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Letters from Flora

Ah, the holiday season is upon us, and what better way to embrace the festive spirit than by adorning our homes with delightful green companions? Poinsettias, fresh cut Christmas trees, Christmas cacti, and winter bulbs are the stars of the show, adding that extra touch of merriment to your decor. But don't let the holiday hustle and bustle overwhelm you; we're here to make sure your holiday plants stay jolly and bright!  
Ah, the tropical houseplant—your very own slice of paradise indoors. From the luscious monstera to the elegant peace lily, these green beauties bring in a tropical aura, reminding you of exotic places and dreamy beaches. However, as idyllic as they are, they're also a bit finicky, especially when it comes to their care. Let's explore the top 5 issues that plague tropical houseplants and the telltale signs that may indicate a cry for help.
Ah, the undeniable charm of houseplants—a haven where patience meets reward, and where cycles of life and renewal are at the forefront of your nurturing care. In your journey as a mindful plant parent, there comes a time when your plants need a change of scenery—literally. 
The secret to a thriving garden often lies just beneath our feet, in the intricate world of soil. The pH of your soil, indicating how acidic or alkaline it is, holds profound importance for your garden's vitality. Why so, you ask? Here are the top five reasons why discovering the pH of your soil will help your garden thrive. 
Unraveling the secret language of garden nourishment, one element at a time, may sound like a task suited only for the most experienced green thumbs. But it's not rocket science! Let’s demystify the term 'NPK' and explore why it's so darn important for plants’ health. Buckle up and let’s dive into the fascinating world of plant nutrition!