Dumb cane plant
Did you pick up a green or white dieffenbachia at your garden center and are now wondering how to best take care of it? I have good news, dumb cane plants, no matter which variety you chose, are some of the easiest houseplants to grow. I can teach you exactly how to care for dieffenbachia like a pro. In my guide I'll walk you through how to water it, how to prune dieffenbachia, tips for reviving it if something goes wrong, and how to propagate it when you're ready to expand your collection.
Dieffenbachia or dumb cane is an easy houseplant for either beginners or experienced indoor gardeners. These tropical plants do great, even in low light, with just a few simple care steps. And all the varieties require the same care, which you can read all about in this comprehensive guide. Learn how to grow a happy and healthy dieffenbachia plant with these care tips. Find out how to troubleshoot a failing plant with yellow or browning leaves, and even how to propagate your thriving dumb cane!
Dieffenbachia houseplants are some of the easiest indoor plants to grow, making them perfect for beginner gardeners. Also known as the dumb cane plant, their beautiful green and white foliage tolerates a wide variety of environments, which keeps care simple. In my guide I'll teach you just how easy it is to grow dieffenbachia. No matter which dieffenbachia varieties you choose, my tips will help you give it the best care, from how to prune it, how to propagate, and even how to get rid of pests.
As a common and easy to grow houseplant, you've likely seen one of the green and white waxy leafed dumb cane plants growing indoors before. Learning how to grow such a low maintenance beauty yourself is even easier, especially with my detailed guide about how to care for dieffenbachia plants. From how to provide it the perfect light, water, and soil, to how to prune, repot, and propagate dieffenbachia, I've covered everything a home gardener needs to know to get their dumb cane plant thriving.
Did you recently add a dieffenbachia or dumb cane to your houseplant collection? Learn everything you need to know about how to care for these easy indoor plants. Find out about watering, fertilizing, and light requirements, as well as repotting, and many more tips for lots of healthy growth. You can even propagate your dieffenbachia plant and expand your collection further. Find all the answers to troubleshooting a fading plant or browning leaves with this comprehensive guide.
Considering a dieffenbachia or dumb cane plant for your house? These lush, tropical plants with their beautiful foliage are great for indoors, and even do well in low light conditions if cared for properly. Learn everything you need to know about water, fertilizer, and light requirements to have a happy and healthy plant that lasts for many years. Find out all my tips and tricks for dieffenbachia care, including how to propagate any variety of this easy houseplant in this complete guide.
Is there white webbing on the leaves or stems of your indoor plants? Those are caused by a common pest called spider mites. They are very little insects that suck the sap out of houseplants, leaving them looking dull, dried out, or dirty. If you see webs with tiny spiders or mites crawling on your houseplants, then follow these step by step instructions to use all-natural treatment products and methods to get rid of these destructive bugs for good, and prevent them from ever coming back!