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Codiaeum variegatum 'Petra' croton
Codiaeum variegatum 'Petra' croton Common names: Croton, Variegated Laurel With a variety of leaf shapes and designs, the croton family is best known for it's bright reds, greens, oranges, pinks, and yellows. If you're a fan of colorful plants, these should definitely be on your radar! Petra, also known as Joseph's coat is characterized by broad oval leaves and deep colorful contrasting veins. Light: Medium Water: Occasional Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: No Care: Crotons are tropical plants nature and will be happiest in humid environments! Mist the leaves regularly, set up a pebble tray, or keep them near a...
Epipremnum aureum 'Golden pothos'
Epipremnum aureum 'Golden' pothos Common Names: Pothos, Devil's Ivy 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...
Philodendron cordatum 'Heartleaf'
Philodendron cordatum 'Heart leaf' Common names: Heartleaf Philodendron, Sweetheart Plant, Parlor Ivy 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:...
Pachira aquatica 'Money tree'
Pachira aquatica 'Money tree' Common names: Money Tree, Chestnut Plant 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...
Aloe barbadensis miller 'Aloe vera'
Aloe barbadensis millerCommon Names: Medicinal Aloe, First Aid Plant, Burn Aloe, True AloeAloe 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. If you want a classic aloe in your home, choose the barbadensis miller! It's thick, juicy leaves arc upwards in straight or twisting patterns, and make a beautiful houseplant. Our...
Aglaonema 'Silver bay'
Aglaonema 'Silver bay' Common name: Chinese Evergreen Aglaonemas make a popular houseplant choice because they are extremely resilient and low-maintenance. Their striped and variegated leaves look beautiful anywhere in your space, and there is a wide range of varieties to choose from! Green Aglaonemas are very shade tolerant, but if you pick one of the more colorful varieties, be sure to get it a little extra light to maintain its vibrant variegation. Just keep your Aglaonema out of direct sunlight (otherwise it will burn!) and you'll find that they are easy to maintain. 'Silver bay' is known for its broad silvery...
Aeschynanthus lobbianus 'Lipstick'
Aeschynanthus lobbianus 'Lipstick' Common name: Lipstick Plant, Lipstick Vine Lipstick plants get their name from bright blossoms that pop out of a tubular bud reminiscent of a lipstick tube. These plants originate from Southeast Asia and love a tropical environment. Their stems grow long and trail, and they are beautifully suited for hanging planters. Enjoy their bright green, waxy leaves and vibrant red-orange blooms. Light: Medium (if it's not blooming, try moving it into a brighter spot!) Water: Occasional Ease: Easy Breezy Pet friendly: Yes Care: Lipstick plants enjoy being pruned after the blooming season. You can cut the leaves back...
Peperomia clusifolia 'Ginny'
Peperomia clusifolia 'Ginny' Common Names: Rubber plant, Radiator plant 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. 'Ginny' is a sweet variety with creamy white and pinkish-red edged oval leaves. Light: Shade Tolerant Water: Occasional Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: Yes Care: Peperomias are slow-growing and like to...
Epipremnum aureum 'N'joy' pothos
Epipremnum aureum 'N’ Joy' Common Names: Pothos, Devil's Ivy 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. 'N'joy is a cultivar of the Marble queen pothos, and shares its eye-catching air with patches of green and white melting across its leaves. Light: Medium Water: Occasional Ease: Easy Breezy Pet friendly:...
Monstera adansonii 'Swiss cheese'
Name: Monstera adansonii 'Swiss cheese' Common Name(s): Adanson's monstera, Swiss cheese vine, five holes plant Water: Occasional Light: Shade Tolerant Ease: Easy Breezy Other: Hanging plants, Humidity lover Description: The Swiss Cheese plant gets its name from its large, heart-shaped leaves, which become covered with holes that resemble swiss cheese as it gets older. Part of the Araceae family that's native to South and Central America, this Monstera is easy to grow and loves to climb and grow upwards. This product is only available for shipment. Please check our local pickup inventory if you are in the Boulder, CO area!
Peperomia 'Watermelon' Common Names: Rubber plant, Radiator plant 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 variety gets its affectionate name from the way its leaves look like the rind of a watermelon. 'Watermelon' is beautiful with its satiny leaves ribbed with deep green and pinkish stems that...
Sansevieria cylindrica ‘Starfish’
Sansevieria cylindrica ‘Starfish’ Common names: Snake Plant, Mother-In-Law's Tongue, Viper's Bowstring Hemp Sansevieria are a dramatic family of Plants that are characterized by their sharp, upward-reaching leaves. They are a very sturdy plant, and a great choice for beginners or plant caretakers who are looking for something low-maintenance. Their striking, architectural shapes make them a beautiful addition to any space. The starfish variety is a great addition to smaller spaces, and will brighten the room with its resemblance to the pronged sea creature. Light: Shade Tolerant Water: Drought Tolerant Ease: Easy Breezy Pet friendly: No Care: These Plants are great for...
Schefflera arboricola 'Umbrella'
Schefflera arboricola 'Umbrella tree' Common names: Umbrella Tree, Parasol Plant, Australian Ivy Fondly called the 'Umbrella tree' for its compact canopy of oblong leaves, the Schefflera arboricola is an easy-to-care-for houseplant that makes a great option for beginner plant caretakers. Take care of this lovely plant, and you'll have a full bush of mini umbrellas brightening up a corner of your home. Light: Shade Tolerant Water: Occasional Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: No Care: Scheffleras like humidity, so feel free to mist the leaves regularly, or use a humidifier or pebble tray to keep them happy! This product is only...
Agave univittata 'McKelvey's century plant'
Agave univittata 'McKelvey's century plant' Common Names: Agave Quadricolor, Quadricolor Century Plant Agave is a family comprised of a beautiful variety of hardy succulent plants. They are slow growing, wanting lots of light, highly drought tolerant, and make for a sculptural addition to any space. The century plant is fun with spikey red edges and striped green and bright yellow leaves in a clustered rosette. Light: Bright Filtered - Bright Water: Drought Tolerant Ease: Easy Breezy Pet Friendly: No
Asparagus plumosa 'Asparagus' fern
Asparagus plumosa 'Asparagus' fern Ferns are one of the oldest types of plants on the planet, and they have evolved into an extremely varied family that is found all over the world. The few things that bind ferns together is that, for the most part, they want moist soil, they thrive in more humid climates, and they don’t flower. The same lighting and water requirements don’t apply for all ferns, so double check their care instructions and pay attention to how it responds to its environment. If you want a beautiful leafy green plant, and you know you love to...
Calathea ornata 'Pinstripe'
Calathea ornata 'Pinstripe' Common Names: Peacock Plant, Zebra Plant Calatheas are loved for the unique color, pattern, and shape of their leaves. If you want to add a sense of wildness to your plant collection, you might want to take home a Calathea. 'Pinstripe' gets its name from the thin white veins that arc across the leaf, almost as if painted on. Like other Calatheas, this plant melds dark greens, purplish-red tones, and creamy whites to create a bold pattern on its leaves. Light: Bright Filtered Water: Frequent Ease: Advanced Pet Friendly: Yes Care: Calatheas loves humidity! Mist the leaves twice a week,...