Care Guide
  • Begonia Rex Care

    Begonia Rex offers colorful foliage and is one of the most interesting indoor plants around. Despite its exotic looks, Begonia Rex is actually easy to grow. 
  • Bird's Nest Fern Care

    These magnificent ferns can grow up to 48' in diameter, bringing a marvelous burst of interest to any room in the home. Here are some tips and tricks for growing your Bird's Nest Fern. We hope these help you grow yours 4-feet wide! 
  • Bonsai Care

    Bonsai is a Japanese art form using cultivation techniques to produce, in containers, small trees that mimic the shape and scale of full-size trees. 
  • Braided Money Tree Care

    The twisted nature of the Braided Money Tree offers a design aesthetic that brings luck and charm to your home. When placed on the left side of a room, these beautiful plants are known to bring prosperity to their owners.
  • Calathea Care

    There are many different types of Calathea. Often, these are also referred to as Prayer Plants as it will move throughout the day based on where the sun is positioned.
  • Bonsai Care

    Caring for a bonsai tree might seem intimidating at first. Here are a few tips to show you how to take care of a bonsai tree with ease. 

  • Adonidia Palm Care

    The Adonidia Palm - often called "Christmas Palm" - is a showy, highly ornamental palm that works beautifully in small landscape areas. It looks like a miniature royal palm, with its green crown shaft, gray trunk, and long full fronds. The Adonidia is easy to care for since it's self-cleaning, meaning the spent fronds just fall off by themselves, a big low-maintenance plus. Also, Adonidia are pretty much pest-free.
  • Ctenanthe Setosa Care

    The Ctenanthe setosa is an evergreen perennial, native to Central and South America (primarily Brazil) and these species are commonly called Siler Star or Grey Star. The Silver has elongated, rectangular shaped greyish leaves with a striking striped pattern on the top side of the leaf and a beautiful purple on the underside.
  • Bottle Palm Care

    The Bottle Palm gets its name from the water bottle shape it gets as it matures. This semi-short, sun-loving palm gets to a height of ten feet over time making them a perfect indoor plant for bright light environments. With bright tangerine fronds and wide, long leaves, these beautiful palms offer a tropical feel to any space. 

  • Golden Bush Ginger Care

    Clusters of long-lasting golden yellow flowers with red-orange bases are held atop sturdy reddish-purple stems that are adorned with rounded, rich green glossy foliage. The Golden Brush Ginger is sure to add a tropical feel to any indoor space or the porch or patio. Its dense and compact, evergreen habit and floriferous nature make it a perfect choice for containers.


  • Hoya Carnosa Care

    Hoya carnosa, the porcelain flower or wax plant, is an Asclepiad species of flowering plant in the dogbane family Apocynaceae. It is one of the many species of hoya that are native to Eastern Asia and Australia. This is the classic wax plant from your childhood. Dark green, large, almond-shaped leaves grow on long vines, which will eventually put out creamy flower clusters.
  • Kangaroo Paw Fern Care

    Known for its glossy green leaves, which can grow up to 6” inches and often have different shapes, kangaroo paw fern is an evergreen plant with semi-wiry stems. Its leathery fronds are unique and atypical of fern species – they can either be smooth or have indentations on the edges. The plant also got its common name due to its long leaves, with reference to the long feet of kangaroo.