Aglaonema can be grown in just about anywhere in your home or office. It tolerates both low and bright light, and does not need natural light to thrive. Aglaonema grows well in an office with fluorescent lighting. Water the plant keeping it evenly moist. Fertilize twice a year using a general purpose fertilizer. Not for human or animal consumption. Also available in 6in premium.
Palms need filtered light, place near a southeast or west-facing window. Use a moist, well-drained soil, and water the plant as soon as the soil feels dry just below the surface. Be cautious of over-watering your Areca Palm. Use a container with functioning drain holes, remove any excess water collected in the saucer. Fertilize lightly from late winter through early fall. Areca palms prefer a temperature of 65 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit at night and between 75 and 85 degrees during the day.
Croton plants come in many variations all generally seen as houseplants. Crotons growing in containers should only be watered when the top of the soil is dry to the touch. This plant likes a warmer climate, so keep away from cold windows and drafts. Also available in 6″.
Dieffenbachias do well as a house plant, thriving year round in room temperatures averaging 65-75 degrees. Dieffenbachia plants do not enjoy temperatures below 60 degrees. The plant cannot handle full sun but does appreciate good lighting, like you would find in a kitchen. Keep the soil moist to the touch. Also available in 6″ and 10″.
Spengeri love moisture and should be given humid conditions. Stand the pot on a tray of damp pebbles or clay granules in your living room or family room. Place in indirect light and keep soil moist to the touch. Room temperature is ideal for Spengeri. Also available in 8in.
Ivy grows best where they get four or more hours a day of direct sunlight. It will also grow fairly well in bright indirect light. Keep the soil evenly moist.
Ivy prefers temperatures of 68° Fahrenheit to 72° Fahrenheit.
Your Marble Queen likes the soil to be kept on the dry side. During the spring and summer, water when soil is dry to the touch. A Marble Queen prefer a bright indirect light. Temperatures between 65-85 degrees are best for your Marble Queen. The leaves may be damaged if it’s temperature drops below 55 degrees Fahrenheit. Also available in 6″.
The pothos is a wonderfully versatile houseplants. It prefers medium to bright indirect sunlight, but is able to thrive in any lighting situation. Keep the glossy foliage clean with a damp towel. To water your pothos, let the plant go completely dry and then drench it. Try to avoid over watering and fertilize very little if at all. Also available in 6″ varieties.
This arrowhead plant should be allowed to dry between watering to prevent root rot. It prefers temperatures between 60 and 75 degrees F. Proper White Butterfly plant care requires humid conditions, especially during the dry winter months. Mist the plant regularly or place its container on a tray filled with pebbles and water in order to increase the humidity for optimal growth. Also available in 6″.
Zebra plants prefer household temperatures around 70°F and to like to be kept out of drafts. They need high humidity. Setting the pot on a tray filled with pebbles and water, or regular misting, is key. The bracts will bloom in the summer time. The true flowers die within days, but the colorful bracts ranging from red, orange, and yellow can remain for months. Once the bracts begin to die they should be removed, and the plant cut back to allow room for new growth as you enter the new yearly cycle. Also available in premium 6in.