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Shipped a 5 pack of Snake Plant to a customer in Maine. He was worried about frost, so I wrapped the plants in a double layer of thermal bubble wrap. Then the unbelievable happened, the customer broke his hip, and the plants sat for a few weeks before he could open the box. He though […]

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Ryu’s Garden is currently moving. All plants have been removed from our stores during the move. Please check back soon.

Dieffenbachia Vines or Roots?

Does Dumbcane (Diffenbachia) have Vines or Creeping Roots?  Maybe you can help. Starting a couple years back, my Diffenbachia started growing these little green vines. At first, I though they were offshoots.But they never increased in thickness, and just kept getting longer. So then I thought maybe they were creeping roots, and figured I would […]

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How to Grow Snake Plant

  What you Need: Planting Medium: Potting SoilSnake Plant is pretty hardy, and can do well in just about any soil type.  That being said, Snake Plant is a Succulent, and does not like or require much water.  So if you can afford to be picky, go with soil that is at least designed for […]

How to Grow Store Bought Taro

Can you grow Taro (Colocasia Esculenta, or loosely refereed to as Elephant’s Ear) from a Grocery Store / Supermarket? Yes. It is actually quite simple, and similar to how you start avocado seeds.  The part of the plant we are dealing with is actually called a Corm (sometimes incorrectly referred to as a tuber, bulb, […]

How to Divide Snake Plant

So my Snake Plant (specifically: Sansevieria Trifasciata ‘Futura Superba’) recently outgrew it’s pot.  I have been meaning to divide it up and replant / repot it for some time, but, you know, life…  It wasn’t until it literally cracked it’s clay pot apart (broke out of it’s shell?) did I finally take action.  I figured […]


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