Jun 21, 2020

Turks cap Plant - Care tips to enhance flowering with Quick Guide for free

Turks cap plant or Malvaviscus arboreus belongs to the Malvaceae family and resembles a sleeping hibiscus. These plants are native to southeast and central America.
These plants are fondly called as Turk's turban, wax mallow, Scotchman purse, and ladies' teardrop. The petals never open fully and hence resemble a sleeping hibiscus. These plants are called as Turks caps or Turks turban as they feature the signs of a Turkish cap.

Jun 19, 2020

Plants suitable to grow in plastic bottle- Tried and Tested Method

Gardeners happiness lies in buying plants. I had only a meager of 12 pots on my balcony initially. As the gardener in me grew I wanted to buy more plants or to propagate them.
Space has been always an issue then and space has been an issue now.

Then looking into few sources I decided to grow plants in the plastic bottle mainly due to a few reasons.

  • Hanging plants are beautiful than the pots placed on the ground level.
  • Plastic bottles can be reused effectively.
  • Cheap and easy DIY projects to decor your plants.
  • No sufficient light in my hall to keep indoor plants alive for a long time so I had to find a way to utilize my vertical space in the garden.
  • Check here for more ideas on how to make a Plastic bottle planter.

    Here are a few plants that can be easily grown in plastic bottles. Most of the plants mentioned in the list are not so demanding plants. They would be happy even if you water them twice a week. These plants are a perfect piece to d├ęcor your home. Also, you can gift these inexpensive yet attractive mature plants to your loved ones.

    Jun 11, 2020

    DIY Clay wall hanging

    Wall hanging pieces can brighten up your dim corner without spending a penny.
    A stunning decor piece can be easily created at your home with just a few supplies of clay, paint, and yarn.
    Believe me, no special skills are needed to make a hanging decor. It would be a cakewalk for you if you follow the below steps.

      Things Needed

      • Air-dry clay or homemade clay
      • Yarn
      • Acrylic paint
      • Wooden Skewers or a piece of branch