New Plant Parent (EBOOK)
HOW ARE THERE NOT MORE REVIEWS FOR THIS FELLOW PLANT PARENTS HOW ARE *THERE NOT MORE RAVING POSTSThis little plant book is the BEE S KNEES * NOT MORE RAVING POSTSThis little plant book is the BEE S KNEES absolutely one of the better reads I ve had this year I am a huge houseplant fan and I have so many houseplant babies around my apartment and in my office I think my rand total now is approximately 14 plants total in my apartment and 3 at work which doesn t include our office plant that I ve fostered I am definitely not a houseplant beginner but this book still has a lot of useful information that I had a lot of fun reading about LIKED In addition to helpful plant facts IT HAS LISTS OF SPECIFIC PLANT ADVICE Like if you are taking care of a pothos or a pilea I don t have the book on me right now but I believe those are both in there Super helpful and very interesting DISLIKED The only thing I disliked about this was that I wish there was even They of course couldn t list every houseplant in existence They of course couldn t list every houseplant in existence there are so many but this book is so well
written that ithat I wish they couldwould Overall a SOLID book and a Rudram in Tamil greatift for any plant parent and for anyone etting into taking care of houseplants I ot it as a KaBOOM!: One Entrepreneur's Quest to Build Community SAVE PLAY! gift to myself for my birthday and it was 100% worth every penny I find the whole plant parent idea overly twee but beyond the title the book isn t really twee at all Instead Cheng does areat job of reframing how we approach caring for houseplants in a way that s incredibly helpful Most of the book is dedicated to basic principles that will help the reader care for any plant that comes their way but there is also a section iven over to care of some of the most popular house plants the reader might encounter I don t really see myself filling my. For indoor ardeners everywhere Darryl Cheng offers a new way to row healthy house plants He teaches the art of understanding a plant’s needs and iving it a home with the right balance of light water and nutrients After reading Cheng the indoor ardener will be far less the passive follower of rules for the care of each sp. ,
Darryl Cheng é 7 charactersI m perhaps of an intermediate plant parent but I found all of the information in this book straight forward and clear I really enjoyed how Darryl Chang cut through a lot of the folk wisdom and actually helped me feel at ease caring for my collection of plants Let s see if I can keep MY BOSTON FERN HAPPY WITH THE RIGHT WATER AND Boston fern happy with the right water and of the sky A fantastic no BS introduction to for common houseplants written by an engineer The #Last Part Of That #part of that is key The book is of reusable mental models not inflexible instructions about how to care for plants This book is reat Cheng is very relatable in his writing he s like a ood friend iving you Mesagerul good advice He manages to be thorough yet clear and somehow succinct at the same time I love how he doesn t justive light and water reuirements in the plant profiles but documents the progress of his own plants over months and even years He Judy Blume: Fearless Storyteller for Teens goes against some conventional wisdom and his plants doreat It made me think hey I can do this The title of this book was almost too cringy for me to pick up I m lad I did though since like many others Covid has drawed me into houseplants and I ve suddenly found myself with having almost 40 with little to no idea how to properly take care of themHow many times have we heard phrases like plants should be watered once per week or fertilised each spring just for the sake of itUnsurprisingly there are no universal rules to follow simply because different plants have different needs and different rowing conditions Instead Cheng s holistic approach focuses on helping us to observe and understand these conditions so we can do our best to make those What Am I Doing with My Life?: And other late night internet searches answered by the great philosophers green creatures thrive and enjoy their aestheticratification. Ght to everyday care like watering and fertilizing to containers to recommended species Cheng’s friendly tone personal stories and accessible photographs fill his book with the same Jimmy: The Terrorist generous spirit that has made houseplantjournal his Instagram account a popular source of advice and inspiration for thousands of indoorardene. ,
Home with plants the way some of the photos show but it will help me hopefully keep the plants I have happy and healthy Really loved this book I ve had Plants Doing Well For A doing well for a months now but never really knew what I had to do besides water them consistently This is a How to Live the James Bond Lifestyle: The Complete Seminar great starter book to really taking care of your plants and i m so excited to learn and take care of even A must read for budding plant parents Rec d by a houseplanturu in my local plant FB
group Very informative book I like how this explains how plants think andVery informative book I like how this explains how plants think and according to the conditions of the environment they live inThe uniue approach of this book makes you realize that plants are living beings who have their own needs and personalities just like human children Which is very important to understand when taking care of them Darryl Cheng is the OG plant parent and More scary stories for sleep-overs green thumbeduru As far as I m concerned this is the must have botanical Bible for sprouting enthusiasts He s also my originating source for so much insight into the online plant community which duh happens to be a wonderfully diverse and all around uplifting safe space I mean it s not like plant influencers are out here throwing shade *wink at each other and Darryl does the work of spotlighting other plant creators and resourcesIn * at each other and Darryl does the work of spotlighting other plant creators and resourcesIn book Darryl covers the basics Deciphering notions of low light plants this book might even convince me to buy a light meter what watering looks like and etting your indoor oasis set up But then he dives deep into plant propagation and the care and maintenance of specific plant types A beautifully done reference but do yourself a favour and check him out online as well and discover a massive world of indoor ardening knowledge. Ecies and much the confident active Heads of the Colored People grower relying on observation and insight And in the process the plant owner becomes a plant lover bonded to these beautiful living things by a simple love and appreciation of nature The House Plant Journal Handbook covers all of the basics ofrowing house plants from finding the right li.