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Elephant Ear

Sun: Bright, indirect sunlight     Water: Keep soil moist     Plant Size: up to 4'     Plant Spacing: 24" - 26'

Alocasias produce long, beautiful leaves similar to the ears of their elephant namesake. Though they are a tropical plant, they should thrive for years in your home if they are well-loved.

 

English Ivy

Sun: Low to bright, indirect sunlight     Water: Keep soil moist

English Ivy is an extremely versatile plant so it would be a great addition to any home. It’s trailing vines that spread horizontally can reach 50 feet. It can be a ground cover, grown on a trellis, potted or even a hanging house plant.

 

Echeveria

Sun: Bright sunlight     Water: Let soil dry completely between watering     Size: Up to 20" wide

 

Fern - Asparagus Fern

Sun: Bright, indirect sunlight     Water: Let soil dry completely between watering     Size: 24-36"

 

Fern - Birdsnest Fern

Sun: Bright, indirect sunlight     Water: Keep soil consistently moist     Size: 3 - 5'

 

Fern - Blue Star

Sun: Low, indirect light     Water: Keep soil moist     Height: 1'

 

Ficus Lyrata - Fiddle Leaf Fig

Sun: bright, indirect sunlight     Water: When soil is dry to the touch     Plant Size: up to 6'

The Fiddle Leaf Fig is a house plant dream! Be sure to put it in well-draining soil and don’t let it sit in water. Do your repotting in the spring as it grows. During hot and humid summer days, you can put your fig outside to remind it of its native jungle climate.

 

Ficus - Moonlight Standard

Sun: Bright, indirect sunlight     Water: Water soil evenly every 7 - 10 days     Size: 6 - 10'

 

Ficus Repens (Creeping Fig)

Sun: Medium, indirect sunlight     Water: Keep soil consistently moist, every 5-7 days     Size: 1-7" high, no maximum spread

 

Fittonia

Light: Bright, indirect sunlight     Water: Keep consistently Moist     Plant Size: 4" to 6" tall by 12" to 18" wide

Fittonia is a creeping plant with attractive veins that are pink, white or green. Fittonia love humid environments and would thrive well in a bathroom or terrarium.

 

Flapjacks

Sun: Bright, filtered sunlight     Water: Let soil dry between watering     Plant Size: 10” - 14”      Plant Spacing: 6” - 8”

Resembling a stack of pancakes, Flapjack succulents are a fun houseplant. They are drought tolerant, so be careful not to overwater them as they are sensitive to root rot.

 

Geranium

Sun: full sun to partial shade     Water: Let soil dry between watering     Plant Size: 1' - 2'     Plant Spacing: 8" - 12"

Geraniums produce beautiful blooms and are a popular choice for garden beds, borders, and containers. You can easily make cuttings from geraniums and keep them alive indoors over the winter. They are overall low maintenance and easy to care for.

 

Haworthia

Light: Medium, indirect sunlight     Water: Let soil dry completely between watering    Plant Size: 2" - 8"

Haworthia, often called Zebra Cactus, look very similar to aloe. They are slow-growing, don't need as much light as most succulents, and produce flowers in the summertime.

 

Heart Fern

Light: Low to medium, indirect sunlight     Water: Keep soil evenly moist     Plant Size: 6" - 8"

Heart ferns are stunning with their heart-shaped leaves and black stems. They love warmth and shade, so they're great for the rooms in your home that don't get much light.

 

Hoya

Light: Bright, indirect sunlight     Water: Let soil dry between watering     Plant Size: Varies

 

 

Jade

Sun: bright light     Water: Let soil dry between watering, less in winter     Plant Size: up to 24"

Jade plants are a beautiful addition to your home or office without a lot of hard work or hassle. Make sure to keep the soil moderately dry but if shedding or brown spots occur on the leaves this is a sign your jade plant needs more water. These plants are also considered a symbol of good luck!

 

Kokedama

Sun: Bright, indirect sunlight     Water: When moss feels dry, less often for succulent varieties

Kokedama is Japanese-style plant art. Instead of potting the plant in soil, the roots are wrapped in moss then in string to hang in your home. To water: place kokedama in water, plant side up, until moss ball is fully moist (10-25 minutes). Remove from water and gently squeeze moss ball to remove excess water.