Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis (or Tropical Hibiscus) Care Guide
The tropical Hibiscus, also known as Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis, is one of the most popular indoor flowering plants. This plant is native to Asia and gives you beautiful trumpet-shaped blossoms.
Rare Plant Care Essentials You Need to Know!
Your ultimate, easy-to-care guide for caring for your rare plants. Learn how to keep your precious plant babies alive and thriving!
Ficus elastica (or Indian Rubber Plant) Care Guide
Ficus elastica or India rubber plant is noted for its thick, leathery dark green leaves that add an exotic look wherever you place them. Young plants start off small.....
Epipremnum aureum (or Pothos) Care Guide
Pothos, Epipremnum aureum or Devil’s Ivy – call it what you will, but you’ll always call it one of your favorites. This climbing vine shows off bright, heart-shaped green leaves variegated....
Zamioculcas zamiifolia (or ZZ Plant) Care Guide
ZZ Plant or Zamioculcas zamiifolia is one of the hardiest houseplants you can choose. Sometimes called an Aroid Palm, its wide, attractive dark green leaves are a focal....
Calathea (or Prayer Plant) Care Guide
Calathea or Prayer plants have a handpainted look that brings vibrant color and interest to any spot. Following their circadian rhythms, Calatheas open their leaves upwards...
Dracaena Massangeana (or Corn Plant) Care Guide
Dracaena massangeana or Corn plant shows off shiny green leaves with yellow streaks running down the center. These lovely leaves grow out of a central woody cane...
Ficus ‘Audrey’ (or Bengal Fig) Care Guide
Ficus 'Audrey' (Bengal Fig) boasts velvet like leaves with eye popping veins rare plant lover wet their plants. This harder to come by variety displays...
Ficus benjamina ‘Danielle’ (or Ficus Moclame) Care Guide
Ficus benjamina 'Danielle' (or Ficus Daniella) boasts glossy compact leaves that tend to sit more upright. Sometimes called the lollipop tree...
Ficus lyrata ‘Bambino’ (or Dwarf Fiddle Leaf Fig) Care Guide
Ficus Lyrata 'Bambino' (Dwarf Fiddle Leaf Fig) boasts glossy compact leaves that will make any fiddle leaf fig lover excited. This dwarf variety displays smaller, more compact foliage...
Pilea Peperomioides (or Chinese Money Plant) Care Guide
Pilea Peperomioides or the Chinese Money Plant has a unique appearance that shows off glossy, coin-shaped leaves. Read on more for care...
Bird of Paradise Care Guide
Strelitzia or Bird of Paradise is a large-leaved exotic known for flowers that resemble a gorgeous tropical bird. As the plant matures, its leaves split with slits - an adaptation that allows the wind to pass through.
Cereus peruvianus (or Peruvian Apple Cactus) Care Guide
Peruvian Apple Cactus showcases an upright column that becomes a bold focal point. This easy care cactus rewards you with flowers and edible fruit.
Ficus binnendijkii ‘Alii’ (or Long Leafed Weeping Fig) Care Guide
Ficus Binnendijkii ‘Alii’ (Long Leafed Weeping Fig) boasts glossy long leaves with a canopy reminiscent of a willow tree. A newer culitvar...
Ficus Benjamina Variegata (or Variegated Weeping Fig) Care Guide
Ficus Benjamina 'Variegata' (Variegated Weeping Fig) boasts glossy variegated leaves with a rounded canopy to make any variegated plant lovers heart swoon.
Monstera Adansonii Care Guide
The tropical beauty Monstera Adansonii is known for its compact/smaller leaves than that of its big, leafed cousin the Monstera Deliciosa...
Monstera Deliciosa Care Guide
The tropical beauty Monstera Deliciosa is known for its split perforated leaves that cause some to lovingly call it the Swiss Cheese plant. Great indoors or out.
Ficus Benjamina (or Weeping Fig) Care Guide
Ficus Benjamina (Weeping Fig) boasts glossy leaves and a rounded canopy that brings the look of an outdoor tree indoors. Just a bit finicky, you may need to adjust their care from time to time.
Sansevieria (or Snake Plants) Care Guide
Sansevieria (or Snake Plants) actually like to be neglected – every now and then. Tough and hardy, it’s easy to become their Biggest Fan.
Ficus Lyrata, Fiddle Leaf Fig Care
We’re betting you’ve actually seen a Fiddle Leaf in friends’ homes, in malls – all over. In fact, if you’ve watched any interior design shows lately, you may have seen them featured in an episode or two. Read on, and you’ll learn everything you need to know to properly care for your Fiddle Leaf, indoors or out.