The typical ponytail palm consists of a large, domed “stump,” which tapers off into a thinner stem. From the top of the stem, one or more rosettes of long, green, leathery leaves develop as the plant ages. Indoors, the leaves can get up to 3 feet long, but outdoors, they may be double that length. Here are some of our tips and tricks to keeping your Ponytail Palm happy and healthy!
The Pilea Peperomioides also called the pancake or UFO plant is known for its cute coin-shaped leaves. A self-propagator, the Pilea produces “pups”, which pop up from the soil surrounding the mother plant. While these plants are super easy to care for, here are some tips and tricks to best care for your Peperomioides!
With large lobed leaves, the Philodendron Hope adds a tropical flair to any space. This no-nonsense, easy-care plant is an indestructible houseplant that filters indoor toxins from the air. ‘Hope’ is a “self-heading” (non-vining) variety of philodendron with an upright growth habit. Here are some tips and tricks to best care for your Philodendron Hope indoors.
The wistful leaves of the Philodendron Adansonii make the perfect hanging plant for any space. These charming beauties grow quite large in diameter [about 2 feet] which fills up any corner with a soft texture and deep green flora. Here are some tips and tricks to best care for you Adansonii.