Tropical Plants

At ThankYourGarden, I’m excited to share my journey into the enchanting world of tropical plants, a realm where lush foliage and vivid blooms reign supreme. From the majestic fronds of palm trees to the delicate allure of orchids, I’ll guide you through nurturing these exotic wonders in your own garden or home. My goal is to help you transform any space into a vibrant tropical oasis, offering tips and insights that cater to both seasoned gardeners and beginners alike. Join me in creating a little slice of paradise, where the essence of the tropics thrives right at your doorstep.

how to grow bigger Monstera leaves

How To Grow Bigger Monstera Leaves QUICKLY?

Imitate their natural habitat’s environmental conditions and provide proper care, including repotting and regular fertilization. This approach encourages healthier growth and larger leaves. Monstera is one of the house plants that are a favorite of plant collectors, thanks to its large exquisite leaves. But sometimes, not a few of them are still stunted even though

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how to repot monstera with aerial roots

How to Repot Monstera with Aerial Roots: Avoid Common Mistakes!

Handle the roots carefully and transfer the plant into a slightly larger pot with fresh soil. Ensure the aerial roots are accommodated without damage. Perhaps, those who collect Monstera understand that as the plant’s age, they will grow aerial roots that crawl above the ground. Given the growth upright, some wonder whether they should bother

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what kind of soil for monstera

What Kind of Soil for Monstera Will Ensure Thriving Growth?

The best soil for Monstera is an airy aroid mix comprising half potting soil, a quarter compost, and a quarter perlite. This blend ensures good drainage while retaining enough moisture, crucial for Monstera’s growth. Caring for a Monstera, or “Swiss cheese plant,” is a delightful journey in balancing its needs for moisture and light. These

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Why Is My Monstera Not Splitting

Why Is My Monstera Not Splitting? Here’s The Solution!

Monstera leaves may not split due to insufficient light, humidity, or nutrients. They typically start fenestration when mature, around 2-3 years old. Observing your mature Monstera plant is not splitting? Perhaps, your plants are protesting that you are not providing the growing conditions they need to live. Since it is a low-maintenance plant, plant collectors

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