To care for gardenias, grow the plants in ideal conditions, keep them watered, fertilize them twice a year, look for pests, and prune when necessary. Gardenias can be challenging to grow, and frequent care is required. More »

Care for a gardenia plant by placing it in a sunny location, amending the soil with the proper nutrients, watering the plant regularly, and giving the plant a humid environment. Fertilize the gardenia twice a year, and p... More »

The best way to care for a gardenia plant indoors is to make sure it gets sufficient light exposure and water, is potted in slightly acidic soil and is kept at the right temperature. The plant needs to be exposed to humi... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Houseplants
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