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Learn how to care for tillandsia airplants!

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Learn how to care for tillandsia airplants!

Tillandsia plants are in the bromeliad family. They are epiphytic plants, or plants that grow on bark of trees, rather than in soil as a substrate. They collect nutrients from air, water, and the decaying material on the bark of the trees. They are not parasitic. As with most plants, the best way to keep them happy in your home is to replicate their native environments. These guys like filtered light... imagine them living under the canopy of a tree. They like lots of humidity, but not puddles of water. They get rained on regularly, but the water runs off...

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Monstera Adansonii - The EASY and super popular monstera option

monstera Plant Care

Monstera Adansonii - The EASY and super popular monstera option

Levi is an awesome Monstera adansonii- also known as a Swiss Cheese Plant. He comes in several  sizes. You can get him from a young 4.5" to a large floor plant - 2'-3' tall totem pole!  As he ages, the leaves become covered with holes that resemble Swiss cheese. This is a tropical perennial plant from Central and South American that is normally grown as a houseplant. Swiss cheese plant is very easy to grow, and it loves to climb. If you give it a stake or trellis to grow upward, you'll enjoy larger leaves with those unique holes. If you let...

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POTHOS PROPAGATION TIPS AND TRICKS

pothos propagation

POTHOS PROPAGATION TIPS AND TRICKS

 

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One of our favorite families - Tradescantia - Inch Plant, Spiderwort, Wandering dudes!

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One of our favorite families - Tradescantia - Inch Plant, Spiderwort, Wandering dudes!

Here are our favorite hanging wandering plants - TRADESCANTIAS! Also called wandering dudes.... these easy-going plants are awesome gifts for delivery!

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Why does my FLF (Fiddle leaf fig or ficus) hate me?

FLF Plant Care

Why does my FLF (Fiddle leaf fig or ficus) hate me?

Ficus Lyrata, or Fiddle Leaf Ficus (or Fig) has become one of the most popular houseplants and people are really excited to own one. One of the most common questions we get from our clients that we help with plant care is: Why does my FLF hate me? Well, first lets start by saying - mostly, they hate everyone. But the more that you can mimic their natural environment - the LESS they'll hate you. They love well-drained tropical and coastal areas with consistent temps and humid air. 

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