If you allowed some potted houseplants to summer outdoors during the warmer months, then you’ll want to bring them indoors as cooler weather approaches. But before you bring any outdoor plants into your indoor space, consider these 5 steps to ensure your plant adjusts properly.
Resembling the rind of watermelon, the Watermelon Peperomia is a crowd pleaser for many reasons. This indoor plant is low-maintenance, pet-safe, beginner-friendly, and considered an air-purifier. Dive a little deeper to find out all about the origins, care, and tips for the Watermelon Peperomia.
Deep into the heat of summer, it’s not just outdoor plants that feel the drain of longer, warmer days— but our houseplants also experience the seasonal shift.
You may notice your plants needing more right now. Good news is you can use it to your benefit and have your plants thriving! So learn exactly how to best support continued growth of your plants with these 5 tips.
Alocasia Silver Dragon is an extraordinary plant that is considered more difficult to find (and therefore rare) as an indoor plant. With remarkable silvery, textured leaves, this plant is named for the foliage that resembles dragon scales. Learn all about the origins, care, and tips for this stunning houseplant.
Velvety, dark green foliage makes the Alocasia Black Velvet an irresistible houseplant to add to the collection. Despite the dramatic looks, this indoor plant can be quite manageable—and compared to some other Alocasia, is actually on the easier side. This houseplant’s botanical name, Alocasia reginula, translates to “little queen” and with good reason—it’s regal, compact, and deserving of all the attention.
Springing forward into a new season brings fresh changes and growth. Since some houseplants go semi-dormant in the winter, a wave of warmer air will influence your plants to start emerging into a phase of new growth. As these plants start to enliven with a spring in their step, there are always a few key steps to keep in mind when entering a new season. To best support your indoor plants, here are 6 tips to keep your plants in tip-top shape from March-June.
The Philodendron Birkin is a compact houseplant known for its distinctive green and white pinstripes. Because each new leaf emerges completely unique from the last, this plant is extra special to observe. The Birkin is a sturdy and relatively simple plant that makes a statement in any space.
There’s a natural affinity that humans have with nature. You’ve probably experienced how being in or around nature makes you feel; it’s divine. To an extent, that feeling can be replicated with indoor plants as well. And merely being in the vicinity of houseplants can have a myriad of physiological benefits— overall, leading to positive effects and wellbeing. Here, we’ll outline exactly how houseplants can benefit the mind and body.
From the Monstera genus, the Swiss cheese plant is a houseplant favorite known for natural holes throughout the leaves. This common name refers to the plant foliage resembling hole-ridden Swiss cheese—but technically speaking, the plant is named Monstera adansonii. A vining plant, it is low-maintenance and fairly easy to take care of.
Spruce up any space with these low-light indoor plants that are also low-maintenance. From ZZ plant to Pothos plant, learn about which houseplants are suitable for lower levels of sunlight. As well as what is considered "low light" conditions. Order low-light houseplants online to be shipped directly to you.