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Epipremnum aureum 'Golden pothos'
Epipremnum aureum 'Golden' pothos Pothos plants are great for beginner plant caretakers, as they are very easy to care for and make a beautiful statement trailing down from a hanger, tabletop, or across a wall. They love humidity, so if their leaf tips start to brown, consider misting them or bringing them into a higher humidity spot like the kitchen or bathroom. This pothos brightens the space with vibrant green leaves speckled and streaked with gold. Light: Shade Tolerant Water: Occasional Ease: Easy Breezy Pet friendly: No Care: Trim discolored or damaged leaves using sharp and clean tools.
Chamadorea elegans 'Parlor palm'
Chamaedorea elegans 'Parlor palm' Parlor palms make an excellent lush and low-maintenance plant for your space! While they appreciate bright, indirect light, they adjust well to lower light areas. Keep this non-toxic and easy plant in your home to bring a pop of vibrant green wherever you place it. Light: Shade Tolerant Water: Frequent Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: Yes Care: Parlor palms love humidity! Feel free to mist the leaves regularly, use a humidifier, or keep them near a sink or shower.
Maranta leuconeura 'Prayer plant - Red'
Maranta leuconeura 'Prayer plant - Red' Prayer plants, a low-growing plant native to Brazil, get their name from a curious behavior - during the day, the leaves lay flat and at night, they fold up and in like hands held in prayer. These low-maintenance plants bring character and intrigue into any space. The red variety is striking with its distinct burgundy veins fanning out from a creamy, light green center line. Light: Shade Tolerant Water: Frequent Ease: Easy Breezy Pet friendly: Yes Care: Prayer plants love humidity, so give it some extra care by misting its leaves or putting...
Monstera deliciosa 'Split-leaf philodendron'
Monstera deliciosa 'Split-leaf philodendron' 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. Monstera deliciosa is a very popular houseplant, and for good reason! It will grow in most indoor lighting conditions (though it will grow faster in higher, indirect light) and the leaves split in unique and interesting ways, making an eye-catching statement in your space. Light: Shade...
Crassula ovata 'Classic jade'
Crassula ovata 'Classic jade' Jade is a desirable houseplant that has been said to bring good luck to its owners. For this reason, it makes a wonderful housewarming gift! Jade’s oval shaped, succulent leaves grow from woody stems into a bush shape, and you might see little whitish-pink blossoms in the winter. Light: Bright Filtered Water: Drought Tolerant Ease: Easy Breezy Pet friendly: No Care: Jades are forgiving plants, and good for beginner plant caretakers. Just be sure to not let them sit in standing water as this will lead to root rot.
Begonia 'Rex' Rex begonias will surprise you with a broad range of leaf colors and designs. You might get red, green, purplish, or even metallic silver markings on this unique plant with equally varied leaf sizes and textures. These plants will flower, but you can trim the flowers to focus the plant's energy into sustaining and growing its eye-catching eaves. Light: Medium Water: Occasional Ease: Easy Breezy Pet friendly: No Care: Rex begonias enjoy humidity, but be careful not to directly mist their leaves as it encourages powdery mildew.
Araucaria heterophylla 'Norfolk pine'
Araucaria heterophylla 'Norfolk pine' Not technically a pine, the 'Norfolk pine' is actually a subtropical plant native to the South Pacific. It is sometimes used as a Christmas tree, decorated with ornaments, but can be kept year round as a houseplant. In warm seasons, this plant could grow outside (away from direct sun) and you'll find that it reaches quite high! Light: Bright Filtered Water: Frequent Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: No
Aloe - Assorted
Aloe Aloe are a family of succulents, the most popular of which being aloe vera or true aloe, which have become very popular houseplants. This attraction to Aloe is nothing new, however, as it has been known as medicinal and beautifying for centuries. Aloe are best suited for dry, hot climates and do well with similar care as other succulents. Light: Bright filtered Water: Drought Tolerant Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: No Care: Your Aloe does not want too much water, but needs enough to maintain its succulent leaves. Wait until the soil has dried out completely before watering,...
Hedera helix 'English ivy'
Hedera helix 'English ivy' Ivy is a beautiful vining plant native to wooded European areas. You may have seen it trailing over fences, buildings, or dancing through a landscape design. It can also be kept as a relatively low-maintenance houseplant, and looks lovely trailing down from a tall shelf or in a hanging basket. Light: Shade Tolerant Water: Occasional Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: No Care: Ivy is quick growing plant, which is why it is classified as invasive in so many places! Feel free to prune your houseplant regularly (using sharp, clean scissors!) to keep its growth at...
Tradescantia zebrina 'Spiderwort'
Tradescantia zebrina 'Spiderwort' Tradescantia zebrina is striking with its deep purple leaves rimmed in a silvery-green. An easy-to-care-for houseplant, Zebrina is lovely trailing down from a hanging planter or across a long table. It will appreciate humidity, so feel free to mist regularly, use a humidifier, or find a home for it near a sink or shower. Zebrina can tolerate less sun, but brighter (indirect light) will encourage a deeper vibrancy in its colorful leaves. Light: Medium Water: Frequent Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: No Care: If your Tradescantia is getting leggy (leaves closest to the root ball are falling off)...
Echinopsis pachanoi 'San Pedro cactus'
Echinopsis pachanoi 'San Pedro cactus' San Pedro cactus is a charming plant native to the Andes mountains in Ecuador and Peru. You may be familiar with San Pedro as psychedelic plant medicine, usually taken ceremonially under the care of a guide. While this plant has a history of consumption in its native range, it can also serve as a sweet ornamental accent in your space. Light: Bright Light Water: Drought Tolerant Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: No Care: Water your San Pedro a little extra on particularly hot summer days.
Peperomia 'Schumi - Red'
Peperomia 'Schumi' 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. 'Schumi' has similar qualities to its relatives with rounded leaves, a pinched base, and a ripple pattern outwards to the edges of the leaves, and it really shines with its rich and satiny ruby red sheen. Light: Shade...