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Plant Care

  • Peperomia Care

    Peperomia Care

    The Peperomia is a perennial epiphyte native to the tropical regions of Central and South America. Peperomia plants are  excellent air purifiers. They are very easy to care for and require similar care habits to most succulents making them a great addition to any desk or shelf.
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  • Philodendron Care

    Philodendron Care

    There are two types of philodendron plants the vining plants and the non climbing plants. The vining philodendron will look and grow similarly to a pothos plant. Although they look similar philodendron plants have heart shaped leaves while pothos have larger, thicker and waxier leaves. Philodendrons are fast growing and easy plants, making them an excellent choice for your home.
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  • Pilea Care

    Pilea Care

    The Pilea hasn't been a houseplant for very long. In the 1940s, the plant was brought to Norway by a Norwegian missionary who was living in China. The plant slowly spread through people sharing its pups, and within the last few years, it has made its way here to the States. It is quick and easy to propagate it's a great plant for all types of rooms, kitchens, and offices.
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  • Pothos Care

    Pothos Care

    Pothos plants are easy to care for and they thrive in a large range of environments. Pothos are the perfect plants for people too busy for houseplants. With a trailing, vine-like habit, attractive heart-shaped leaves, an ability to help purify the air and to thrive in low light and humidity while withstanding neglect for long periods of time.
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  • Schefflera Care

    Schefflera Care

    Scheffleras are a flowering plant in the family Araliaceae, native to Taiwan as well as Hainan. Its common name is dwarf umbrella tree, as it appears to be a smaller version of the umbrella tree.
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  • Snake Plant Care

    Snake Plant Care

    Sansevieria, more commonly known as Snake plants or Mother-in-law's tongue, has become extremely popular due to their hardiness and a striking appearance. These plants can put up with almost anything! Even those without a green thumb will find these plants easy to care for. They can make great houseplants and act as air purifiers to improve the air quality in your home.
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  • Spider Plant Care

    Spider Plant Care

    The Spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum) is considered one of the most adaptable of houseplants and the easiest to grow. This plant can grow in a wide range of conditions and suffers from a few problems, other than brown tips. The Spider plant is so named because of its spider-like leaves, or spiderettes, which dangle down from the mother plant like spiders on a web. Available in green or variegated varieties, these spiderettes often start out as small white flowers.
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  • Stromanthe Care

    Stromanthe Care

    The Stromanthe is a heavily variegated tropical plant native to Brazil. The plant's leaves can be variegated in shades of red, white, pink, and green with a purple underside. The Stromanthe is in the same family as the Prayer plant as its leaves will fold up in low light. Learning how to grow a Stromanthe is not complicated, but you must commit to providing regular humidity.
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  • Syngonium (Arrowhead Plant) Care

    Syngonium (Arrowhead Plant) Care

    Syngonium 'Arrowhead Plant' is native to the tropical rain forests in Central and South America. These plants are usually bushy and are great plants for places with low light. Some varieties have a tendency to grow up structures because of the strong vines these plants develop. 
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  • Tradescantia Care

    Tradescantia Care

    As a houseplant, it's loved for its no-fuss nature. Because it's a relatively low maintenance plant, the Tradescantia plant is perfect for many homes and apartments.
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  • Yucca Care

    Yucca elephantipes, also known as Yucca guatemalensis, spineless Yucca or giant Yucca, is a large succulent that grows in U.S. It is also widely grown as a houseplant in other areas. The Yucca tree has several long, green, sword-shaped leaves sticking out from the top of a brown multi stemmed trunk. Indoors the yucca trees get up to 10 feet tall, and outdoor specimens reach up to 30 feet.
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