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Welcome to the Plantopia Blog

Welcome to the Plantopia Blog.

Whether you have a Green Thumb or not, you have come to the right place.

This Blog is dedicated to all Plant Lovers & Plant Enthusiasts. Whether you are born with a Green Thumb or nurturing the development of one, we support you. Taking care of Plants is like anything else, it takes experience. An internet Billionaire once said, 10,000 hours at anything makes you an expert, that’s 5 years of Full time work! We have done over a decade!

It takes knowledge, experience, understanding of weather patterns and lighting conditions, North, South, West, East, Air movement, Humidity, and many more factors, so welcome. Pull up your sleeves, put your listening ears on and your reading glasses and please put in your 2 cents! Together we will develop a community that supports each other and keeps our Environment Green, Pleasant, Beautiful and Healthy. Planet Earth is our Home, Let’s keep it Green!

Bugs, Insects, Indoor Plants

By | June 1st, 2018|

Bugs No fear - yes, interior plants commonly have insect infestation but solutions are abound when identification is made simple Pest Mitgation The Five Most Common Insects Affecting Indoor Plants Lions and tigers [...]

Container Planters feature texture and color that complements your architecture and decor

By | May 29th, 2018|

Succulent Garden in Asian Ceramic Containers You Don't Need a Case for the Beautiful Euphorbia Tirucalli Pencil Cactus From simple clay pots to decorative urns, and from old porcelain pitchers [...]

Plantscaping Designed for Balance

By | October 8th, 2017|

Design in a Gardenscape Creates Mood, Harmony and Balance Building Lobby - Interior Plants Cluster Designs - Modern & Sustainable In creating beautiful plantscapes, Plantopia’s interior plant maintenance experts [...]

Dracaena Marginata

By | May 31st, 2015|

Growing Dracaena Marginata Dracaena Marginata Dracaena Marginata in its many forms is one of the most versatile plants one can incorporate into their interiorscape. Dracaena is grown for its dramatic foliage [...]