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Japanese Flower Stamp Hand Soap: MyKirei- How $18 Soap Became a Viral Sensation

Posted By Davin on Home - Back in 2020, we needed all the joy we could get. So a company in Japan called MyKirei by KAO came out with their flower stamp hand soap (the timing happened to be by accident, but 2020 turns out to be the perfect year).   This flower foam hand wash quickly went viral on the social ... Read more

Epipremnum Pinnatum Marble: Care Guide for Marble King Pothos + 3 Problems to Avoid

Posted By Davin on Home - Epipremnum Pinnatum Marble is one of the hottest indoor plants at the moment. This rare pothos cultivar, affectionately called Marble King by its fans, hasn’t been on the market for long. Yet already, it’s become a must-have for collectors and houseplant enthusiasts. If you’re lucky enough to own an Epipremnum Pinnatum Marble or considering buying ... Read more

SanMar Customer Service: Call SanMar Sales / SanMar Phone Number

Posted By ziamax on Fashion - SanMar customer service is available to answer any questions you may have about their products. You can call them to place an order, track an existing order, or return a product. They will also be able to help you with sizing information and product availability. When you call SanMar customer service, you will be speaking […]

Jade Pothos: Care & Propagation Guide + 3 Common Problems

Posted By Davin on Home - Are you looking for a houseplant that can survive anywhere in your home? Then look no further than the Jade Pothos. This tropical vine is perfect for beginners and requires very little maintenance. Plus, it won’t mind low light conditions, which is always a plus if your home doesn’t get enough natural light.  Let’s closely ... Read more

Will Pothos Plants Destroy My Aquarium? (Answer + Pros & Cons)

Posted By Davin on Home - Pothos is a popular houseplant that thrives in aquariums.  But a few years ago, the plant gained notoriety for “destroying” a woman’s aquarium. Soon after the woman introduced pothos, the prolific plant seemingly removed the aquarium’s decorative brush algae.  Naturally, some hobbyists are concerned that pothos plants could harm their aquariums.  This article will discuss those concerns, ... Read more

Begonia Care: Beginner’s Plant Guide + 4 Common Problems to Avoid

Posted By Davin on Home - When looking at exotic foliage plants, the Begonia rex ranks at the top of the list; the upper sides of its leaves can have a variety of color combinations, while the undersides are primarily reddish brown. Although fully grown plants may occasionally form clusters of solitary pink flowers, the rex-type begonias are mainly grown for ... Read more

How to Install Cement Board on a Floor for Tile

Posted By Davin on Home - Learning how to install cement board on a floor properly is the best thing you can do for a solid, mold-resistant, crack-free tile floor that will last. Budget at least a full day for this job. Especially if it is your first time installing cement board, more extensive floors may need multiple days. Tools & ... Read more

Azalea Plant Care: 101 Beginner’s Guide + Common Problems to Avoid

Posted By Davin on Home - Few indoor plants can match an Azalea indica in full bloom as a specimen plant. The Azalea flower can range in color from pure white to dull red, is found at the end of the branches, and have short, coarse, oval-shaped leaves. Additionally, there are beautiful color variations, such as double pink flowers.  Most of the better ... Read more

How to Install Cork Underlayment

Posted By Davin on Home - When installing cork underlayment, the base materials and the type of flooring will guide how it is installed. You should also consult the manufacturer to see what they recommend.  Before we begin, it should be noted that cork underlayment can be used to level out different sub-floor heights. For example, say one room has hardwood flooring ... Read more

World’s Oldest Sealed Terrarium by David Latimer

Posted By Davin on Home - In 1960, David Latimer decided to grow a sealed glass bottle terrarium. He never imagined that it would grow into an incredible research study and be dubbed “the world’s oldest terrarium.”  Over the years, David’s bottle garden was sealed shut but remains healthy and robust as it can be. It has flourishing plant life even though ... Read more

How Long Do Anthurium Plants Live? (Answered + Tips to Extend Life)

Posted By Davin on Home - Brightly colored leaves, exotically shaped flowers, and low maintenance nature are some words that aptly describe anthuriums. The plant is highly coveted for its multiple uses, sophisticated look, and symbolic value.  No wonder they’re among the best houseplants for indoor spaces. But, while anthuriums are mostly grown indoors, gardeners in USDA zones 10 and 12 ... Read more

20 Pothos Decoration Ideas + 9 Home Decor Tips (Stunning)

Posted By Davin on Home - Pothos or Devil’s Ivy is the little black dress of indoor plant decoration. It’s versatile, always in fashion, and it goes well with everything. Here are 20 beautiful indoor pothos decoration ideas that complement and elevate the look of any room.  And for those aiming to find inspiration and take their plant home decor to ... Read more

How to Prepare Your Garden for Next Season

Posted By Davin on Home - The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic had many unexpected social benefits, among them making workplaces more flexible, increasing support for local businesses, and an increased interest in at-home hobbies, including gardening. At the start of the pandemic in March 2020, it was estimated that millions of people began seeking advice on how to plant vegetables, ... Read more

Are Pothos Toxic to Cats? Poisonous Plant Questions (Solved)

Posted By Davin on Home - While certain types of plants and foliage may look nice in your home and on your property, some species can pose a danger to your beloved pets.  For example, the pothos plant (Golden pothos, Devil’s ivy, Ivy taro vine, Ivy arum, and its scientific name Epipremnum aureum) is a common beginner plant. However, it can be ... Read more

Common Traits Of A Professional Forklift Dealer In Atlanta, GA

Posted By forklift1120 on Automotive - There are many aspects to consider when you are planning to buy forklifts for sale in Atlanta, GA. forklift fleet managers will have to get the right forklift for their business requirements, so they will have to consider things such as weight, size of loads, and lifting heights. Also, it is very important to partner …
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Is Pothos Safe for Reptiles? (Plant Toxicity Explained)

Posted By Davin on Home - Pothos can give a natural look and exotic vibe to your terrarium, vivarium, or reptile enclosure. Most species tend to ignore this plant, but some, such as iguanas and bearded dragons, will give it the occasional bite. If you’ve noticed this behavior, you’ve probably asked yourself: Is pothos safe for reptiles to eat? Or should ... Read more

Aspidistra Elatior (Cast Iron) Plant Care: Beginner’s Guide + Tips

Posted By Davin on Home - The houseplant industry has plants that become stars, then fade after fifteen minutes of fame. Cast Iron plants are one variety that, despite being well-liked in the nineteenth century (due to tolerating low light and poor air quality in smoky parlors), has distinguished itself in lasting fame. Due to being extremely hardy and tough, this ... Read more

Is Pothos Safe for Birds? Toxic / Poisonous? (Solved)

Posted By Davin on Home - Despite its great ornamental value, pothos is not a safe plant to keep around birds. All Epipremnum and Scindapsus cultivars contain toxic calcium oxalate crystals. They won’t kill your pet bird but can make it severely ill if eaten.  Here’s what you need to know if you’re keeping pothos plants in your home, bird cage, ... Read more

How to Manage Indoor Air Quality: 3 Key Steps

Posted By Davin on Home - Air that is of high quality is necessary for a healthy home. Contaminants that damage or irritate us, have an unpleasant scent, or interfere with our ability to see appropriately (smoke) can impair the air quality within buildings. These toxins may be released inside the home (from furniture, household products, stoves, pets, and people) or ... Read more