Aglaonema Silver Queen
Also known as Chinese Evergreen plants, Aglaonema Silver Queens prefer low to medium lighting. Let the soil dry down between watering. Keep this plant in a room temperature environment away from any potential drafts.
The China Doll is a delightful foliage plant with masses of petite, ovate leaves. This makes a breathtaking potted specimen plant. Keep the soil evenly moist and fertilize regularly. Place in bright lighting.
Croton plants come in many variations all generally seen as houseplants. Crotons growing in containers should only get 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 4.5″ and 10″.
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 4.5″ and 10″.
Place your Dracena Marginata in an area with medium lighting. It will be most comfortable in a room-temperature environment away from cold drafts. Water the plant well periodically. Wait until the top 50% of the soil is dry in between watering to prevent root-rot. Brown tips on the leaves indicate either over-watering, or too much fluoride and/or salt in the water. Numerous yellow leaves indicate that the plant is dry.
The Emerald Gem Plant requires medium, indirect light but grows even better in bright, indirect light. Always allow the top half of the soil to dry out before watering. An Emerald Gem Plant doesn’t like anything cold, so use warm water and never dump extra ice cubes into the soil.
The Fatsia, or Japanese Aralia, is a fast-growing plant with lustrous, deep green foliage. It is excellent for both patios and indoor living. Water your Fatsia thoroughly but allow the soil to dry slightly between watering. Keep in medium lighting.
Also known as a “Bird’s Nest Fern (Asplenium nidus), the Fern Crissie is a relatively carefree plant. It tends to grow upright with large fronds. Place the plant in an area with filtered, or indirect sunlight. Water the plant as necessary to keep the potting mix evenly moist, but not soggy.
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 4.5in.
Place your Schefflera Capella in a room-temperature environment away from drafts or dry heating vents. Water the plant weekly during the growing season and frequently spray the leaves. Cut back on watering during the winter months.
Water your spider plant moderately keeping the soil moist in the spring and summer months. Fertilize twice a month in the spring and summer. Place in bright to moderate sunlight in room temperature. Gently use your fingernail to remove any unsightly brown residue that might appear on the leaves every few days.
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 4.5″.
Ficus Burgandy, Evergreen, Ruby, and Tienke
Place your ficus in an area with medium to bright lighting. The plant will be most comfortable in a room temperature environment away from cold drafts. Remove dust from the broad leaves regularly.
Calathea Medallion, Ornata, Roseo Picta, Lancifolia
Calathea plants thrive in humidity and grow best in rooms with indirect lighting. Place your Calathea away from open windows or sunlight. Mist these plants regularly to retain humidity.