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Spathiphyllum

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6in Spathiphyllum

The Spathiphyllum is super easy to care for making it one of the most common houseplants. These shiny green leaved plants normally bloom spring through summer. They prefer bright, filtered, natural light, but are tolerant of low light levels. Water your Spathiphyllum once a week. In warmer temperatures and/or higher light, watering twice weekly might be necessary. Just do not let the soil dry out!

Available in 4.5in, 6in, and 10in varieties

Calathea

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6in Calathea

Calathea plants thrive in humidity and prefer indirect light, and will grow best in a shady room. Place your plants away from any open windows with sunlight. You can provide ample humidity by placing the Calathea plant on top of a saucer filled with pebbles. Add water to the pebbles and the humidity will travel up through the pebbles into the pot towards the plant’s roots. Calathea plants don’t like to be heavily watered. Water the Calathea with room temperature water when the soil an inch below the surface is dry.

ZZ Plant

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6in Premium ZZ Plant

Your new ZZ Plant is an extremely easy houseplant to care for. It grows well in low or bright light but never direct sunlight. They are perfect for a windowless, fluorescent lit room. The ZZ Plant is  drought tolerant and does not require a lot of water to thrive. Water only when the soil becomes dry. If your ZZ plant starts to turn yellow then you are probably watering too frequently. Fertilize one or two times in the summer with half strength houseplant fertilizer.

Zebra Plant

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6in Premium Foliage Zebra Plant

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.

Mass Branch

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Premium Foliage Mass Branch (Dracaena)

Place in bright but indirect light in an area between 65 and 75 degrees. When the top 2” of the soil is dry apply water until it drains through the bottom of the pot. Be sure to empty the saucer after it is done draining. Dracaena do not like standing in water. It is normal for old leaves to fall off, this creates the interesting canes Dracaena are known for. Fertilize monthly with liquid houseplant fertilizer according to package instructions. Dust with a damp cloth, do not use leaf shine on Dracaena. Repot annually into a slightly larger pot (about 1” larger) with fresh potting soil.

Foliage Red Aglaonema

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6in Premium Foliage Red Aglaonema

Place in medium to low light area, never in direct sunlight. Aglaonema are drought tolerant and do best with regular watering, however will tolerate a couple weeks without water. Water thoroughly when the top 2” of the soil becomes dry. Apply water until it drains out through the bottom of the pot. Be sure to empty the saucer after the plant is done draining. Aglaonema do not like standing in water or soggy soil. Fertilize once or twice a year using liquid houseplant fertilizer according to package instructions.

Silver Bay

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6in Premium Silver Bay

Your Silverbay or Algaonema can grow anywhere in your home or office. It tolerates both low and bright lighting. It does not need natural light to thrive making it perfect for an office with fluorescent lighting. Water keeping the soil evenly moist, fertilizing twice a year with a general purpose fertilizer. Not for human or animal consumption.

Fiddleleaf Fig

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6 in Premium Foliage Fiddleleaf Fig

To care for your fiddleleaf fig, or ficus lyrata, place in indirect sunlight. Water when the top inch of soil is dry and fertilize once a month in the growing seasons.

Specialty Foliage

Pothos Totem Pole

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6in Pothos Totem Pole

The pothos’ glossy foliage prefers medium to bright indirect sunlight, but can withstand any lighting situation. To water, wait until the soil is dry and then drench it. Avoid over-watering. It requires very little, if any at all, fertilizer. Keep the foliage clean with a damp towel. The pothos is easy to care for, making it a great houseplant for anyone.

Pothos Trellis

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6in Pothos Trellis

The pothos’ glossy foliage prefers medium to bright indirect sunlight, but can withstand any lighting situation. To water, wait until the soil is dry and then drench it. Avoid over-watering. It requires very little, if any at all, fertilizer. Keep the foliage clean with a damp towel. The pothos is easy to care for, making it a great houseplant for anyone.