28 January 2019 |

My Houseplant is Dying!

Written by CSU Hort Agents
By Andie Wommack, Douglas County Extension Often of people get houseplants as gifts or buy them to add to their home décor.A couple weeks after they get it home, the plant starts to deteriorate.The leaves start turning colors or, if it’s a blooming houseplant, the blossoms start to die.This is not always cause for alarm.Getting the plant from the store to your home can be stressful, and
By Andie Wommack, Douglas County Extension Often of people get houseplants as gifts or buy them to add to their home décor. A couple weeks after they get it home, the plant starts to deteriorate. The leaves start turning colors or, if it’s a blooming houseplant, the blossoms start to die. This is not always cause for alarm. Getting the plant from the store to your home can be stressful, and

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