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Pachira aquatica 'Money tree'
Pachira aquatica 'Money tree' The Money tree gets its name from the idea in Feng Shui that it will bring good luck and fortune to it's owner. Its 5 leaves represent the balance of each of the elements (earth, wind, fire, water, and metal). Money trees are also very easy to care for and non-toxic, so you have a variety of reasons to bring one of these beautiful braided plants home! Light: Medium Water: Occasional Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: Yes Care: Money trees do best when they are left in one spot. If you move your money tree around,...
Philodendron Cordatum Heartleaf
Philodendron cordatum 'Heart leaf' Philodendrons make a wonderful houseplant for beginner plant caretakers! They are easy going, resilient, and come in a variety of colors and shapes. Native to Central and South America and the Caribbean, this family ranges from plants with trailing leaves to those that grow in denser bushes of leaves. The Heart leaf is charming with its deep green heart-shaped leaves that grow upwards just a bit before trailing down. They look beautiful in a hanging basket or set atop a tall table. Light: Shade Tolerant Water: Occasional Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: No Care: Your...
Succulent 'String of Dolphins'
Senecio peregrinus 'String of dolphins' Senecios are a wide-ranging group of plants in the daisy family. They range from upright to trailing to shrubs, and have beautiful blooms in fall and spring! Keep your senecio as a container plant, put it on a tall shelf or in a basket, or if you live in a warmer climate, plant it as outdoor ground cover. There is so much variety and beauty in this family, you will likely find a plant that catches your eye. String of dolphins is uniquely charming with its succulent shoots that look just like a pod of...
Peperomia 'Frost' Peperomias are an all around excellent plant to take home - low maintenance (good for new plant caretakers), low-light tolerant as their natural habitat is the rainforest understory, and non-toxic to your animal friends! In addition to these stellar qualities, peperomia come in a variety of shapes and sizes, so you'll likely find one that is especially interesting to you. This frosted version is beautiful with its metallic silvery-green leaves. Light: Shade Tolerant Water: Occasional Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: Yes Care: Peperomias are slow-growing and like to be slightly root bound, so you don't need to repot...