Care Guide
  • Heart Fern (Hemionitis Arifolia) Care

    Often grown as a miniature, Heart Fern has shiny, leathery green leaves that perfectly resemble a heart. The leaves rise up to 10” tall on thin, stiff, black stems. With an open form, its shape and texture add a focal point to a terrarium or windowsill garden.
  • Hoya Hindu Rope Care

    Hindu Rope Hoya has draping vines that resemble thick ropes with their crowded, contorted leaves. These fleshy, curled leaves, which may be either solid dark green in color or variegated green and white, have an attractive glossy or waxy appearance.
  • Hoya Kerrii [Sweetheart Plant]

    Hoya Kerrii, or Hoya Hearts, are absolutely adorable! These little tropical succulent vines that are often cultivated and sold as leaf cuttings.
  • Philodendron Cordatum [Heart Vine] Care

    Philodendron is a classic addition to any home that will warm up any room in your home since it will thrive in a low-medium light environment. Cordatum is a practically no-fail houseplant because it's so easy to grow. These babes are easy to care for and will live for years. 
  • Red Feather Palm Care

    This is one of the most beautiful palms in the world. A Red Feather Palm [Chambeyronia] grows to about 20-25ft, with a spectacular, bright red new leaf, which stays red for up to 10 days.
  • Texas Sage Care

    The Texas Sage is a fairly fast growing plant and may take up to two years to become fully established and bloom reliably. Once established the Texas Sage is extremely drought tolerant, requires very little supplemental water, making it perfect for indoors and outdoors.
  • Phalaenopsis Orchid Care

    These massive, commercial quality orchids stand 2-3 feet tall filling any space with elegance and grace. Commonly referred to as the "moth orchid," Phalaenopsis is one of the longest blooming orchid genera, producing flowers that last from 2 to 6 months before dropping.
  • Vanda Orchid Care

    Vandas are captivating monopodial orchids, meaning they grow from a single stem with roots emerging from the bottom of the stem. Vandas' leaves are alternating, climbing the stem in a ladder-like progression.
  • Nicolas Diamond Fern Care

    The Nicolas Diamond is a new, rare variety of footed fern that and seems to be a unique crossing between Phlebodium and Pyrrosia. The leaves have a deep green color and are slightly curved at the ends. At its base, there is a red, furry footed root system that gives this fern a ton of character. 
  • Maranta (Prayer Plant) Care

    The maranta is a close relative to the Calathea and with its boldly patterned foliage and tendency to fold its leaves every night, it's easy to see why!
  • Rabbit's Foot Fern Care

    The rabbit’s foot fern plant gets its name from the furry rhizomes that grow on top of the soil and resemble a rabbit’s foot.
  • Agave Care

    Agave is a slow-growing evergreen succulent which produces elegant rosettes of blue-green, chalky leaves with finely toothed margins adorned with ...