A Natural Curiosity
Everything is better with plants 🌱
On A Natural Curiosity, you’ll find everything you need to grow beautiful, healthy houseplants.
Part 2 of the grow light guide covers even more information about how to choose and use a grow light AND includes some troubleshooting tips once you get yours set up!
Determined not to lose another Venus Flytap? Then you’ve come to the right place. Use this blog to successfully grow your own Venus Flytrap!
Dealing with tiny whiteflies on your houseplants and looking for ways to get them off ASAP? Click here to learn what you can do today.
A Miracle berry is an exotic fruit that changes sour foods to sweet. Learn how to grow these berries in your home and experience the magic here!
If you want to know exactly what bright, indirect light is and how to confidently determine where you have bright, indirect light in your home, read this!
If you’ve ever wondered why some people love Alocasia, how to care for them, how to propagate them, or where they grow in nature, this post is for you!
Aphids are a common and prolific houseplant pest. Find out how to control them quickly, easily, and inexpensively in this post!
This blog post digs into the life and history of Hoyas by going beyond basic care tips and common plants. If you love Hoyas, this one is for you!
This week I am admitting 3 big mistakes that I’ve made with online houseplant purchases so you can avoid watching your plants suffer as I have!
Interested in trying passive hydro? This post is for you! I will go through the supplies and steps I used to successfully propagate plants in passive hydro.
Spider mites are annoying, tiny houseplant pests that pop up out of seemingly nowhere. Click to read how to identify these pests and what we can do about them!
Why are Oxalis known as False Shamrock Plants? How do you care for them? What other interesting plants are there in the Oxalis genus? Find out in this week’s post!
What is a tissue-cultured plant? Should we buy them? And what does all this mean for the Rhaphidophora tetrasperma? Find out in this week’s post!