Shaleena Quinlan

I come from a long line of Midwestern farmers who have a knack for working fields and cultivating gardens.  One of my favorite memories is helping my grandma with her backyard garden.  She taught me how to plow the soil, sow the seeds, and tend each type of plant.  I’ve also had the privilege of learning some gardening techniques while living in the tropical islands of Papua New Guinea.  No matter where I’ve lived, it has always been a pleasure to work with my hands to grow beautiful plants and tasty produce.

Peperomia Incana: Why The Felted Peperomia Is Perfect For Indoors?

Also known as Amazon Fuzz, this Peperomia Incana variety is known for its fuzzy leaves. It is a slow-growing and succulent-like tropical plant from the rainforests of South America. Just like its many other family members, it is easygoing and unfussy, but it does feature a few different care requirements that most other Peperomia varieties …

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Peperomia Ginny

Peperomia Ginny: Why This Type Of Peperomia Is So Special

As one of the most strikingly beautiful Peperomia varieties, you are sure to want one to round out your plant collection. While this variety is beautiful and unique-looking when compared to other Peperomia plants, it still maintains the distinctly easygoing and unfussy care and maintenance requirements that its plant family is known for. How to …

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Peperomia Prostrata: How to Grow The String of Turtles Plant

This variety of Peperomia is very succulent-like. Its combination of succulent characteristics and the easygoing Peperomia family traits make this plant an ideal option for a beginner or a busy gardener. With so many positive attributes going for it, you’re going to want one Peperomia Prostrata for your own window sill garden or to use …

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Peperomia Ferreyrae: Why Is The Pincushion Peperomia So Special?

If you really want a plant feature or a talking point for your sill garden window, the Peperomia Ferreyrae a.k.a Pincushion Peperomia is sure to deliver. This unique-looking plant has many common names because it has such interesting features. You may see it labeled as a Green Bean Peperomia, a Happy Bean Peperomia, or a …

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Peperomia Caperata: How To Cultivate This Tropical Plant?

This is a compact-size tropical plant that comes in many different varieties or cultivars. The most common cultivars are Emerald Ripple Pepper, Silver Heart, and Ivy-Leaf Peperomia. All varieties or cultivars of Peperomia are easygoing and unfussy plants. They are ideally suited as an indoor plant or as part of a window sill garden. Not …

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