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Houseplants

Here is a list of plants we currently have in our store nursery along with brief care instructions! Please feel free to call our store to order plants for curbside pickup, check availability of a certain plant, or inquire about future orders♡

 

Please note that all plants are unique and may not look exactly like the images listed on this page!

 

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4" Tradescantia Nanouk

Tradescantia Nanouk grows best in bright, indirect light, so a north- or east-facing window is best. Water your plant when the top inch or so of soil is dry, and take care not to let it completely dry out.

4" Peperomia Leap Frog

When growing a Peperomia, locate the plant in a medium to low light situation away from direct sun. If your peperomia plants are wilting, in spite of regular watering, the plant is likely not getting enough oxygen to the roots. Water Peperomia houseplants sparingly and allow the soil to dry as deep as 5 inches (13 cm.) between waterings.

4" Ficus Tineke

Your Ficus prefers bright, indirect light. Your plant may lose its beautiful cream variegation on new leaves if it's not receiving enough light. Your Ficus Tineke will appreciate consistent watering. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out, then water thoroughly.

4" Coffee Plant

Coffee plants do best placed near a window but not in direct sunlight. Make sure to keep the plant away from drafts, such as those produced from air conditioning. Be prepared to water at least weekly to keep the soil moist.

4" Heart Fern

The heart fern houseplant needs bright, indirect sunlight. Keep the plant moist, but not wet, as it is prone to rot. Ideally, you should use soft water or let hard tap water sit overnight to dissipate the harsh chemicals and then use the next day.

4" Blue Star Fern

Because the blue star fern naturally grows attached to trees and other plants in forests where a lot of light is blocked out by the tree canopies, it doesn’t require a lot of light, although it does appreciate it. As Phlebodium aureum grows in (semi-)tropical forest areas, it likes plenty of moisture. This makes it a great plant for locations with relatively high humidity, such as north facing bathrooms or kitchens. If you regularly mist the plant and the air in your home isn’t too dry, a location like the living room is also fine.

4" Schefflera

Schefflera prefers bright, indirect light. In the summer, move potted plants outside where they will receive bright light but not direct sun, such as under a patio cover. A well-draining sandy loam soil with a slightly acidic pH is ideal. Avoid planting in an outdoor location where the soil becomes too wet or waterlogged. Water weekly during the growing season and spray the leaves frequently. You can wait until the soil in the pot dries out and then thoroughly soak the soil when you water. Cut back on water during winter.

4" Dracaena Warneckii

The Warneckii will do well in low to medium, indirect sunlight. When watering, water lightly and slowly from above with purified water, allowing water to soak through to the roots, then tip out any excess water. Always allow the top 1 inch of soil to dry out before watering. 

4" Dracaena Marginata

Thanks to its tolerance for a wide range of temperatures, dragon trees are very popular as large potted plants for homes and offices. They should be planted in well-draining soil and watered regularly during their growing season. Though they can thrive in a variety of light conditions, they do best with indirect bright light.

4" Prayer Plant

 

Keep the plant in a wide, shallow container that has drainage holes in its bottom. Prayer plant has fine, shallow roots that are susceptible to root rot. So its planting medium and its container need to drain well. Water should be able to drain freely from the container's base. Maintain a moist planting medium for the plant. Don't let the planting medium dry out, but don't water it so much that it becomes soggy. Planting medium that is just barely damp to the touch is ideal.

6" Philo. Birkin

 

The soil needs to be on the looser side but not too loose. It has to retain water for the birkin plant. But excess water needs to be able to drain through so the roots don’t get wet feet. Wet feet always leads to root rot and plant death. They grow the best in sphagnum peat moss-based soil. These plants thrive in soil that’s nothing but peat moss. Philodendron Birkin plants thrive from bright indirect light. You want to give your plant the feeling it’s under a tropical canopy. You have to mimic its’ natural habitat.

6" Ficus Burgundy

Your Ficus prefers bright, indirect light. Your plant may lose its beautiful cream variegation on new leaves if it's not receiving enough light. Your Ficus Tineke will appreciate consistent watering. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out, then water thoroughly.

6" Ficus Tineke

Your Ficus prefers bright, indirect light. Your plant may lose its beautiful cream variegation on new leaves if it's not receiving enough light. Your Ficus Tineke will appreciate consistent watering. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out, then water thoroughly.

6" Pilea

Pilea is a low maintenance species that thrives in a bright spot near a window, but it is best to keep the plant out of direct sunlight as too much direct sun can cause the leaves to burn. Allow the top 2”-3” of the soil to dry between waterings.

6" Fluffy Ruffles

The Fluffy Ruffle Fern prefers low to bright indirect sunlight. Keep soil moist to the touch but not soggy.

6" Prayer Plant

Keep the plant in a wide, shallow container that has drainage holes in its bottom. Prayer plant has fine, shallow roots that are susceptible to root rot. So its planting medium and its container need to drain well. Water should be able to drain freely from the container's base. Maintain a moist planting medium for the plant. Don't let the planting medium dry out, but don't water it so much that it becomes soggy. Planting medium that is just barely damp to the touch is ideal.

6" String of Turtles

String of turtles plants love bright indirect sunlight and will thrive in these conditions. Overwatering is avoided by drenching the soil till water runs out the bottom of the pot, and the soil is thoroughly moist. Then the plant is not watered when the top level of the soil is dried out. Using this method ensures the plant stays properly watered during dormant months. Keeping the string of turtles in what is considered average room temperature is an excellent way to go (around 68o-75o Fahrenheit).

6" Assorted Pothos

Grow pothos indoors, preferably with bright, not direct light, although it also will tolerate low-light conditions. Tip: Pale leaves means too much sun, and loss of variegation means too little. Pothos likes to have its soil dry out between waterings and therefore accepts erratic watering care. 

6" Spider Plant

Spider plant needs are simple: Place the plant in bright to moderate light in a room that's a comfortable temperature for everyone. Keep the soil slightly moist. Once-a-week watering is sufficient in spring and summer; in winter, allow the soil to dry a bit more between waterings.

6" Tradescantia Bundle

Tradescantia Nanouk grows best in bright, indirect light, so a north- or east-facing window is best. Water your plant when the top inch or so of soil is dry, and take care not to let it completely dry out.

 

 

6" String of Pearls

String of pearls does well in bright light. Consider placing it on a sunny windowsill or, if bright sunlight is limited, leave it under a fluorescent light during daylight hours. Make sure there's plenty of room for your plant to sprawl. String of Pearls are very sensitive to overwatering, so make sure that you give them just enough water. Recommended amount is once every two weeks.

8" Ponytail Palm

Since this plant is a succulent, it's best to keep it in semi-dry conditions. Let the soil dry out completely in between waterings—perhaps watering once every 2-3 weeks. Water sparingly in the winter months. As with most succulents, your Ponytail Palm will thrive in dry conditions.

10" Monstera

Thrives in bright to medium indirect light. Not suited for intense, direct sun but can be acclimated to withstand it. Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light. Pro tip: Monsteras can benefit from filtered water or water left out overnight before using. 

10" Ponytail Palm

Since this plant is a succulent, it's best to keep it in semi-dry conditions. Let the soil dry out completely in between waterings—perhaps watering once every 2-3 weeks. Water sparingly in the winter months. As with most succulents, your Ponytail Palm will thrive in dry conditions.

10" Ficus Burgundy

Your Ficus prefers bright, indirect light. Your plant may lose its beautiful cream variegation on new leaves if it's not receiving enough light. Your Ficus Tineke will appreciate consistent watering. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out, then water thoroughly.

10" Philo. Selloum

The Hope Selloum appreciates a warm humid environment, and a moderate amount of water and light. Place your Selloum in a spot where it will receive medium or bright indirect light. This plant does not do well in low light spaces. It can tolerate very high light but may need additional care.