A fun cultivar has taken flight in the plant world– the Anthurium ‘Pterodactyl’. With green leaves and pale-green, almost silver veining, this peculiar houseplant makes a statement. The veins are shaped in a way that resemble skeletal wings, like a Pterodactyl in flight. The Anthurium ‘Pterodactyl’ is fairly low-maintenance and loved by Aroid collectors.
Eccentric and aesthetically unique, the Ric Rac Cactus is an epiphytic plant that makes the perfect hanging houseplant. This plant is also referred to as Fishbone plant and Zig-zag cactus. In preferred conditions, Ric Rac cactus can actually bloom a fragrant flower. Learn all about the origins and care.
Botanical tourism describes the act of traveling with plans to view plant life-- which could involve everything from visiting a botanical garden, hiking through the forest to see fall foliage, or even trekking to find one species of plant! If you’re looking to include more greenery into your trip, here’s our top 5 picks for the most unique, and spectacular plant peeping.
White Bird of Paradise is everyone's favorite tropical houseplant that instantly transforms any indoor space to a lush, jungly vibe. With magnificently large leaves and creamy white blooms, the White Bird of Paradise (or BoP) is fairly easy to care for and makes a wondrous gift. This plant is most popular as a statement piece, to enliven the workspace, to fill out an empty corner, or as a host gift.
Taking the guesswork out of plant care, self-watering planters are handy and chic. With a self-watering planter, the plant is provided with constant, but consistently accurate access to water in order to survive. Great for beginners, frequent travelers, busy people, and more!
Moving soon? Whether short or long distance travel, we’ve got you covered on the safest and easiest ways to get your houseplants from one home to the next. Traveling with indoor plants can be tricky but we’ll guide you through any hurdles while keeping your plants happy and healthy along the way.
Did you know there are certain tunes your plants may respond to? While you delve into your plant care routine, music adds to the vibe and is beneficial for us and our plants! So we’ve curated a plant inspired playlist with feel-good songs that are sure to have you and your houseplants enlivened in no time.