Jade plants are considered lucky in feng shui. Thankfully, they are hardy succulents that are relatively easy to keep alive.
Given their low-key care needs, bromeliads are great for people who forget about their plants but still want a vibrant pop of color for their space.
You can still be a proud plant parent, even if your home doesn't get a lot of natural light. Just choose one of these plants that can tolerate shade.
Edible flowers can be plucked straight from any home garden and prepared to add a flair to any dish or drink.
The money tree, which symbolizes good luck, requires a brightly lit area, well draining soil, and a consistent watering schedule to flourish.
As the temperature begins to shift, choose hardy plants that thrive in cool weather to keep your garden colorful and vibrant this autumn.
Chrysanthemums, more commonly referred to as mums, are brightly-hued flowers that will bloom and thrive in autumn.
Peace lilies are a great beginner houseplant. They can tolerate a range of conditions and will bloom white flowers twice a year.
When choosing the right type of grass to plant for your lawn, consider the climate where you live, watering frequency, sun, and foot traffic.
Venus flytraps are carnivorous plants, so in addition to the right watering schedule, you should supplement their nutrition with live mealworms.
Diatomaceous earth is a safe, chemical-free way to eliminate ants, bed bugs, roaches, and other bugs. Sprinkle it directly in nests or along their paths.
Fiddle-leaf figs are notoriously finicky houseplants and need a consistent environment to thrive. Keep them in a humid space and keep the soil moist.
A solution of vinegar, salt, and soap sprayed on unwanted weeds will kill them, but it will also kill any other plants it comes in contact with.
Crabgrass is in constant competition with your lawn, but removing it before it flowers and ensuring it has nowhere to grow can help keep it at bay.
There are a wide variety of succulents out there, each with a simple care regimen that can help the popular houseplants last for years.
Be sure you're picking a seed type that fits with the climate of where you live and to plant during the appropriate time of year for your region.
Spider plants are well-loved for their low-maintenance nature and pet-friendliness. Simply stick to a consistent watering and fertilizing schedule.