Time has been flying by as it always does when you keep busy. Hard to believe it is almost June of 2016. I have been keeping very busy taking care of indoor tropical plants for my customers. If you are looking for a company to help you choose, install and care for some beautiful tropical plants for your own business and you are in the Charlotte NC area, give us a call at Charlotte Plantscapes Inc. Charlotte Plantscapes has been doing business in the Charlotte area since 1983 and we can help you make your business more inviting for your associates and your customers. Call us at 704-529-1399 or visit the Charlotte Plantscapes website for contact information. Thanks!
Happy New Year to all out there around the world. Make one of your New Years resolutions to take better care of your indoor plants. Or add some new and beautiful houseplants to your collection.
Need some help with your houseplants? Let me know…
Pothos Plant Care – (Scindapsus or Epipremnum aureus)
The Pothos must be the most popular houseplant. Just about anyone that has ever had a houseplant has had a Pothos. The three common varieties are the Golden Pothos (yellow and green), Jade Pothos (all green) and the Marble Queen Pothos (white and green). My favorite is the Marble Queen Pothos.
Taking care of interior landscape accounts, I have found that the personal plant people most often have in their cubicles and offices is the Pothos plant.
Read about How to Care for Pothos plant at PlantAndFlowerInfo.com
I have just been visiting at a website called GardenWeb.com. Reviewing some of the posts on indoor plant care, I noticed that the plants people posted pictures of in the Garden Web Forum looked as though they needed lots and lots of help. Often the post authors did not know what kind of houseplant they had and needed an indentification.
I guess I may be kind of picky when it comes to the way an indoor plant looks because in the interior landscape business, your plants (or should I say the customer’s plants) always have to look good. And, as with people, a plants appearance says everything about its health and care.
I wanted to sign in on the Garden Web Forum and give some help and advice but the “Terms of Service” for the site was so long that I got scared and left the website without signing in. Read more and get help with your indoor tropical plants questions