With constantly changing stock and different varieties to choose from, we hope you will find something in our tropical jungle to love.
Whether it’s ruffles and spikes or variegated patterns and pink foliage, houseplants with interesting leaves are a good way to add visual interest to a room.
Not all of us are lucky to have rooms full of bright light. Don’t worry – you can still have plants to accent your space.
Low-light houseplants will likely do fine in an east- or west-facing room that has a window or two, even if they receive no direct sunshine. A room with no windows or a north facing window may need some artificial light to help keep the plants happy and healthy.
A few common low light house plants include Pothos, Philodendron, ZZ plant, Sanseveria, Spider Plants, Peace lily, Begonia Rex and Nerve plant (fittonia).
Add a little colour inside your home. Most flowering houseplants require medium to bright light. Not sure what the requirements of the plant you picked are? Just ask, we will help!
With most plants, you should water when the soil feels dry to the touch. You can gently stick your finger (up to the knuckle or so) in the soil to see how dry it is. For water lovers, water when the surface is dry; for succulents and drier plants, water when most of the soil feels dry.
If the potting medium is really dry, it has a harder time absorbing the water – so if water runs out the bottom surprisingly quickly, it is probably passing right through. In this case, give the plant a long, slow drink to allow the soil to absorb it.