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Air Plant Care

Air Plant Care

Air plants are easy to grow, but they must be given the appropriate care in order to thrive. Proper watering and lighting are the most important components of plant care, but humidity and temperature also play a role.
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  • Dracaena Care

    Dracaena Care

    Dracaenas compose of a large group of popular foliage plants. Most grow strongly upright with long variegated leaves with a large array of colors. Dracaenas grow well at average room temperatures and like ample light. Dracaena houseplants are easy to care for and maintain. It tolerates low light conditions and has fairly low watering needs.
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  • Fern Care

    Fern Care

    Although most Ferns grow in moist shady places like forest floors, this does not mean that they need no light. Their normal situation in the wild is dappled light, and if the light level in the home is too low, you will see poor growth and yellowing fronds. Ferns make wonderful low maintenance house plants as long as they are provided the right amount of light and texture! Ferns like moist soil and regular waterings. Try pouring the water directly to the base of the plant to care for Ferns. 
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  • Ficus Elastica Care

    Ficus Elastica Care

    Ficus Elastica, commonly known as the rubber plant has large leaves and is easy to care for. Although the Ficus Elastica grows naturally in lowland tropical forests it can thrive in a large range of environments.
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  • Ficus 'Fiddle Leaf Fig' Care

    Ficus 'Fiddle Leaf Fig' Care

    Native to tropical western Africa, Ficus Lyrata, commonly known as the Fiddle-Feaf Fig, has very large green leaves with a leather-like texture. Although Ficus Lyrata grows naturally in lowland tropical forests it can thrive in a large range of environments. 
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  • Guzmania (Bromeliad) Care

    Guzmania (Bromeliad) Care

    Guzmania's are one of the most common bromeliads grown as a houseplant, and one of the most stunning. Its green leaves are topped by clusters of red, orange, yellow, purple, or white flowers.
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  • Hoya Care

    Hoya Care

    Hoya vines are wood-like and hoya leaves are waxy. Native to tropical Asia, these houseplants do well in warm weather.
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  • Hypoestes Care

    Hypoestes Care

    The most common Polka Dot Plant on the market is the pink polka dot, but in recent years growers have introduced new varieties in colors such as white or red. They've also developed plants with deeper colors and brighter contrast, so your plants will pop even more!
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  • Herb Care

    Herb Care

    In general use, herbs are plants with savory or aromatic properties that are used for flavoring and garnishing food, medicinal purposes, or for fragrances.
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  • Ivy Care

    Ivy Care

    One of the best choices for a fast-growing screen or ground cover. Ivy is easy to grow and very rewarding.  With the proper light, water and care an Ivy will excel indoors, and can beautifully vine down from a hanging pot. 
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  • Lipstick Care

    Lipstick Care

    Lipstick plants are easy to care for indoor flowering houseplants. When given the right amount of light and not too much water, lipstick plants produce numerous red or orange small tubular flowers throughout the year.
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  • Maranta Care

    Maranta Care

    It's easy to grow, has fun foliage, and is a hardy indoor plant, ensuring you can be pretty successful with it! Prayer plant is a low, spreading plant that's often grown in hanging baskets, but will also grow horizontally along a tabletop or other surface.
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  • Monstera Care

    Monstera Care

    Monstera plants are known for their leaf hole formations. It is said these holes allow the plant to capture sunlight more dependably while on the forest floor. Monsteras are low maintenance plants with beautiful foliage, making then a wonderful addition in every home. 
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