Love cocktails with fresh ingredients? Want to try new cocktails without constantly buying ingredients that go to waste? Growing cocktail plants in the garden, on the patio, or even indoors means you’ll always have fresh cocktail herbs at the ready. From unique and popular herbs for drinks to cocktail herb garden kits, here are fun...
The IKEA greenhouse cabinet concept is more than a flash-in-the-pan fad: it’s an easy and customizable way to care for and display plants indoors and create a beautiful statement piece. Here’s a step-by-step tutorial for the IKEA greenhouse cabinet hack to get you started.
A plant water meter is a simple gardening tool and a real game-changer. It takes the guesswork out of watering plants, especially finicky plants like succulents and orchids that can rot quickly with too much love.
Adding the starfish plant or Orbea variegata to your collection? This stinky plant produces an exotic star shaped flower that attracts flies when it blooms. Don’t worry; the smell is part of its charm and only comes with the flowers.
The giant corpse flower, titan arum, is enjoying more popularity than ever with at least half a dozen blooms each year in the United States, each attracting huge crowds of 100,000 or more people lining up to catch a glimpse (and whiff) of the plant that smells like death. Titan arum may be rare, but there are actually hundreds of species of carrion plants that stink like death and rotting flesh. Many of them you can even grow yourself as a houseplant or in the garden.
We waited in line for 3 hours in the hot summer sun but it was worth it to finally see a corpse flower (titan arum) in person!