Category Archives: Plant Care

Bromeliad Care

Bromeliads are unique houseplants, grown for their brightly colored foliage that is sometimes mistakenly referred to as flowers. While Bromeliads do bloom, it is difficult to do inside the average home. Light – Bright, indirect light. Do not expose them to direct sunlight, which can cause leaf scorch. Moderate and low light will result in […]

Amaryllis Care

These bulbs are primarily grown between Thanksgiving and Christmas, though they can be planted anytime mid-fall through early-spring. Amaryllis can be purchased in four ways; bulbs, waxed bulbs, bulb kits and started plants. Light – Bright, indirect light. As the Amaryllis grows, rotate it regularly to unsure the stem grows straight. Avoid direct sunlight to […]

ZZ Plant Care

Zamioculcas zamiifolia, more commonly known as the ZZ Plant, is an easy to care for houseplant, suitable for those new to indoor gardening and those looking for a low maintenance plant that doesn’t need a lot of fussing. Light – Does well in many lighting conditions from low to bright, indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight […]

Xanadu Philodendron Care

It’s said that Xanadus look better with age and it’s true. As these philodendrons grow, the lobes of their leaves become more and more defined, creating that signature ridged look. Light – Moderate to bright, indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight which can cause leaf scorch. Water – Allow to dry out approximately half way before […]

Swedish Ivy Care

This creeping plant can be grown outside as an annual in warmer months or year-round as a houseplant. The care below is specifically for plants grown indoors. Light – Moderate light is preferred. Avoid direct sunlight as it can result in wilting and scorched leaves. Water – Water once the top 1 to 2 inches […]