the house plant collection
Just like you, we are houseplant fanatics! We're always looking for the best & newest additions to our greenhouse that will add light & life to your space. Whether you're looking for pet-friendly, air-detoxifying, or indestructible plants, we have the perfect fit for your home.
Maidenhair Fern likes lots of attention. it's bright green, papery leaves and long black, elegant stems like moist well-draining soil, the also like high humidity throughout the year. Because of these demands keeping your Maidenhair Fern in the bathroom would be a great help.
Bright Indirect light
*Direct light will scorch leaves
Keep Soil moderately damp, mist leaves & helpful if kept in a humid area.
Indoor needs bright indirect light
Outdoor needs shade
Let the soil dry out well in between heavy watering. Needs well-draining pot
Ivy is one of the most recognizable foliage plants. This beautiful trailing plant does best in a hanging basket
Lemon Button Fern
Lemon Button Fern is the smallest of the Boston Ferns only getting about a foot in height and width.
Medium to Bright indirect light. Bright direct light will scorch its foliage.
Let the top inch of soil dry out in between heavy watering. Needs well-draining pot, do not let stand in water. They do not like soggy soil. It does well in a high humidity room.
The Fiddleleaf Fig is a beautiful, graceful addition to any home.
Bright indirect light is a must for the Fiddleleaf fig to thrive. East facing windows are best. Wipe leaves once a week so the fig gets the optimal light absorption.
Let the top couple of inches of soil to completely dry out before thoroughly watering. Allow to completely drain making sure the saucer is emptied if there is any retained water.
An underwatered Fiddleleaf's leaves will turn brown along the edges and drop. An overwatered fiddleleaf fig will have both dark brown spots and edges on its leaves.
The Fiddleleaf Fig likes to be root bound. When the roots start to grow out of the bottom of its pot, it's time to repot it. Don't increase the size of the pot too much or the fiddleleaf will get stressed. You can also trim the roots at the bottom of the pot if you'd rather it stay at its current size.
Rabbit Foot Fern
Rabbit's foot ferns like bright indirect light, eastern facing windows are best for their light needs.
The cute little fuzzy rhizomes that grow out of the Rabbit's foot fern are what give it, it's unique name.
Watering lightly but often keeps the Rabbit's Foot Fern happy. Light misting of the surface keeps the fuzzy rhizomes from drying out.
Birds Nest Fern
The Birds Nest Fern is a cute whimsical house plant that is easy to keep happy.
The Bird's Nest Fern likes bright indirect lighting but will also accept a medium lighting situation as well.
The preferred watering for the Bird's Nest Fern is to keep the soil moist not letting it dry out. Be sure when watering to water the around the edge of your planter, do not water in the center on the rosette.
You might see little brown raised dots on the underside of the leaves. These are called spores which are used for propagation - These spores show you the plant is healthy and well.
Pothos is a beautiful vining plant that is not only easy but also wonderfully forgiving!
Prefers bright, not direct light, although it also will tolerate low-light conditions.
Pothos likes to have its soil dry out between waterings and therefore accepts erratic watering care. It definitely dislikes soggy roots.
Pilea Silver Baby Tears
Baby Tears Pilea is a relatively easy cute little house plant. It will do well in a hanging basket or a terrarium.
Bright indirect light with high humidity will keep the Baby Tears Pilea happy!!
Keep the Baby Tears Pilea moist. They don't like to dry out. If you notice they are starting to wilt& can get water to them they will perk back up.
This gem of a plant is one of the most popular houseplants grown in the home due to its ease of care. You can find Chinese evergreen plants in many varieties, including variegated forms.
Chinese evergreen plants thrive in medium to low light conditions or indirect sunlight. Wherever you place it in the home, you should make sure that the plant receives warm temps and somewhat humid conditions.
They enjoy moderate watering—not too much, not too little. Allow the plant to dry out some between watering. Overwatering will lead to root rot.
The Sansevieria aka as the Snake Plant or Mother-In-Law Tongue is an oldie but goodie. This super easy plant comes in so many different varieties sure to complement every room of your home.
They will work in any light condition you have!!
Very Low water needs