Philodendron; An Underrepresented Genus in the Interior Landscape

A few noteworthy species from the genus Philodendron as well as why they’re all pretty great. Thrips: A Tiny but Noteworthy Pest of the Interior Garden

An introduction to a small but significant plant pest, and some low-risk pesticide and biological control options for managing it. Sounds of Nature: Extended Field Recordings from the Andean Cloud Forest

A few long field recordings from a tropical forest, creating a hopefully transportive and inspirational effect. Freaks of Nature: A Few Plants with Disproportionately Large Flowers

Get a lot of bang for your buck with indoor plant species that produce massive blooms. Why You Can’t Live Without Plants

Photosynthesis in a nutshell, and why it matters. Bags of Dirt: How to Choose a Growing Medium for Interior Plants

Getting to know quality growing media and how they function in containers. The Myths of Phosphorus and its Overuse in Indoor Horticulture

What amounts to basically a rant about high-phosphorus fertilizers, and why they’re not worth using. Some Notes on the Natural Habitat of Tillandsia spp., and Inferences Therefrom on their Care in the Interior Environment

How Tillandsia live in nature, and how this should affect how we cultivate them indoors. Ferns from Scratch, Part Two

An update on the volunteer ferns in one of our vertical gardens. Plants at Work- The Science Behind How Plants Improve Life Indoors

A closer look at a few references illustrating the benefits of interior landscapes.