The New York Times calls Di Lallo “a master problem solver.”
PUBLISHED BY COUNTRYMAN PRESS, A DIVISION OF W.W. NORTON & COMPANY
“After spending 30 years growing plants and 8+ years working in the industry, it’s become my mission to eradicate the masses of misinformation in the houseplant world. Unfortunately, I have never had a book to recommend to people who are looking for a manual explaining the basics of houseplant care. Every houseplant care manual I’ve come across is the same regurgitation of “common knowledge” that has little basis in what is actually going on with your houseplant. I was over here thinking I’d have to write the book myself…Until now. Raffaele’s Houseplant Warrior is the answer to my search. He explains things in simple terms but they’re based in real logic and a deep understanding of the why behind what is going on with your plant. His teaching encourages you to adapt your care to what is going on with your plant (rather than the knee-jerk “diagnosis” from that FB group that’s based on zero information). I am incredibly grateful to Raffaele for writing this book so I can recommend it to my customers!”Veronica R. Oh Happy, CPC and owner of Oh Happy Plants
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Learn to grow a green thumb and become the confident plant parent you’ve always wanted to be!
Engineer and plant parent for more than thirty years, Raffaele Di Lallo knows that the world of houseplants can be full of confusing myths and conflicting care advice.
But, as a master problem solver, Di Lallo is here to teach you that your own two eyes are your best source for reconciling every plant problem.
His surprisingly simple observational practices and an understanding of key habitat and care concepts will make any reader feel like a plant whisperer.
From choosing the right plants for your home and perfecting light and humidity levels to mastering watering, potting, and propagation, Di Lallo demystifies every aspect of plant parenting.
He provides handy case studies and advice for troubleshooting common mistakes, such as yellowing leaves and overwatering, that help readers develop their own problem-solving skills.
Complete with profiles of favorite and lesser-known houseplants, this book is a veritable bible of houseplant care tips for all levels of green thumb.