We believe in the positive power of houseplants to promote health, beauty, and happiness! Houseplant Resource Center was created to empower you to grow gorgeous houseplants. Our goal is to simplify gardening information and make having houseplants a positive and fun experience. We encourage you to read our blog posts, watch our webinars, and browse our products for further information.

Below are some common questions that we receive:

Are there directions on how much food to use on a houseplant? I have 4” potted plants. How do I know if my plant is getting enough fertilizer? I asked my plant, but it won’t reply. What color is the fertilizer? What’s an NPK ratio and what does it mean for my fiddle leaf fig? Can I use this on succulents? How do I learn more about these beautiful plants?
What is root rot anyway? I just started using Root Supplement yesterday and nothing is happening. What should I do? What is this “Integrated Growing Plan” that you speak of, and how does it help with my root rot problem? What’s the difference between the phosphite in Root Supplement and regular phosphate in typical fertilizers? Can I mix Root Supplement with Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant Food? What color is Root Supplement? What are the directions for using Root Supplement for my houseplants? Can I use this on all my houseplants, even succulents? My plant is getting healthier and growing new leaves, but the brown spots on the old leaves are still there. What’s the deal? My plant doesn’t have root rot yet, can I still use it as a preventative measure?
Why can’t I just use regular garden soil for my houseplants? How often should I repot my indoor houseplants? What is biochar and why is it important for soil? It says this soil provides good water drainage, but don’t plants NEED water?
What do I do about dust on the leaves of my indoor plants? I’m new to growing houseplants; what do you suggest as a “starter” plant? How do I determine what size pot to plant my houseplant in? I keep hearing that overwatering is bad; how much is too much and how do I tell? My plant is just about dead and I’m all out of options; what should I do? I’m headed off to buy my first houseplant; what should I look for when purchasing? In The Fiddle Leaf Fig Expert: Your Guide to Growing Healthy Ficus Lyrata Plants, it is recommended that I talk to my plants? Sounds crazy.
Do you have customer service? Where do you ship to? What is your return policy? What’s the science behind all this? I’d love to interact with the houseplant community; what social media outlets are available?