How to Save A Dying PlantYour success in plant revival will always depend on the plant, your environment, and the actual problem. So first, you’ve got to play detective and diagnose the issue. Has the plant been over watered? Is there a pest infestation? Are you not giving the plant enough light? Perhaps the plant was repotted in the wrong type of soil and the roots are suffocating? These are all common cases of plant demise so you’ve got to start by identifying which problem to attack.Read more →
Holiday Travel – Keeping Your Plants HealthyTraveling in the winter is an ideal time for your plants as they are usually dormant, therefore not using as much energy and water. The sun is also not as strong so you can worry less about leaf burn and your home overheating. Before we get into tips, you need to take stock of your plants.Read more →
Water and Light, or, Can I Feed My Plant LaCroix?We get a lot of plant care questions at Tula, and every once in a while we hear something so unusual that we can't help but stop in our tracks. The latest was this one: 'Can I feed my plant LaCroix?'Read more →
Blooming in A Bed of Spines – Six Tips on Cactus FlowersThe Night-Blooming Cereus (Epiphyllum oxypetalum) at Tula House just flowered. Over the course of a week it produced dozens of fragrant blossoms, each lasting only a single night. The flowers, white as to reflect the light of the moon, didn’t have the chance to get pollinated, because our Brooklyn studio doesn’t have sphinx moths or bats.Read more →
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