Category Archives: Plant Care

Holiday Cacti Care

There are 3 types of Holiday Cacti; Christmas, Thanksgiving and Easter.  The differences in these Cacti can be found in their bloom time, leaf shape and, in the case of Easter Cacti, flower shape. Thanksgiving Cacti – Blooms in mid to late fall. Its leaves have the sharpest edging and feature large tubular flowers. Christmas […]

Kalanchoe & Calandiva Care

Kalanchoe are a type of succulent that comes in flowering and non-flowering varieties. The flowering varieties bloom in clusters of pink, yellow, orange, white or red star-shaped flowers. Calandiva is a hybrid of flowering Kalanchoe and blooms in the same colors, but the flowers are rose-like. The care for both plants is the same. Light […]

Easter Lily Care

Easter Lilies are gorgeous seasonal plants that can be found in early spring. Light – Bright, indirect light is preferred. Easter Lilies can tolerate moderate light, but may not fully bloom. Avoid direct sunlight when kept as a houseplant. Water – Water once the top inch of soil is dry and never let the soil […]

Cyclamen Care

Cyclamen bloom during coolers months, making them a popular winter houseplant. The plants will go dormant in summer, unless your home is kept cool. Light – Bright, indirect sunlight is preferred while Cyclamen are actively growing. If the plant goes dormant, it can be moved into a lower light environment until temperatures begin to cool. […]

Calla Lily Care

Though they are primarily grown outdoors, Calla Lilies make for wonderful houseplants. Light – Indoors, Calla Lilies want lots of bright, indirect light. Moderate to low light will impact flowering and direct sunlight can lead to leaf scorch. Water – Water once the top 2 to 3 inches of soil is dry. Soil – Evenly […]