Debbie Wolfe

Debbie Wolfe is an author and freelance writer who specializes in home and garden, food and cooking, parenting, and travel topics. She is also an accomplished photographer and is currently the senior visual editor for Dotdash Meredith.
Here's how to save your plants, no matter if you're dealing with aphids, spider mites, or mealybugs.
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These cheerful indoor plants will perk up any room.
This once-trendy plant is off the market (at least for now).
This fascinating houseplant's leaves curl up when touched.
With a little patience, you can cook homemade meals with your own homegrown garlic.
They're the perfect crop to plant in early spring.
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Homegrown tomatoes—no garden necessary.
Stop deer, rabbits, and groundhogs from invading your garden—the safe and humane way.
They're the perfect crop to plant in early spring.
Homegrown tomatoes—no garden necessary.
Stop deer, rabbits, and groundhogs from invading your garden—the safe and humane way.
Welcome to the world of hydroponics!
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Bring your favorite garden plant indoors.
The best gift for plant lovers isn't always a new plant. It can be hard to find a suitable specimen to complement their urban jungle unless you are intimately familiar with a person's plant collection. If you have a plant lover on your gift list this year, consider these fun and practical gifts and accessories that any plant parent is sure to love.
Most palms enjoy warm temperatures, average humidity, and moderate light—the same conditions that we find comfortable, making them great indoor houseplants.
The trendy philodendron Birkin may be easy to grow on a shelf, but it's not easy to find on store shelves. Enter these indoor plant alternatives with equally unique leaves.
Plus, where to find cuttings for sale and how to avoid PPP imitators—yes, really.
All you need is an avocado pit and these indoor growing tips.
Mantel garlands bring a pop of color and interest to not only the fireplace, but a whole room—and they aren't reserved only for Christmas.
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Like any room, decorating a narrow hallway or small staircase just takes some creativity and expert inspiration.
You don't need a green thumb to have a rose garden.
It’s not impossible, even if you don’t have a green thumb. 
White blooms, silver foliage, and fragrant flowers build a show-stopping display.
Dieffenbachia is one of the easiest indoor houseplants to grow and one of the the easiest to find. From care tips to popular varieties, here's everything you need to know.
Yes, the polka dot begonia is real, and it's also an ideal indoor houseplant. Here's why.
Grab these pro tips for quick and easy ways to water houseplants on high shelves, plus a few tricks that will work for watering your indoor hanging plants as well.