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Haworthia

This South African succulent is member of the Aloe family. Currently scientists are researching compounds from the Haworthia plant for their cancer killing abilities. The genus is named after 18th and 19th century English botanist (and crab researcher) Adrian Hardy Haworth... who never actually saw a Haworthia in the wild.

PLANT ORIGINS

South Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, haworthias can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Once mature, haworthia will flower during the summer months... you just have to be patient. They are also considered safe for pets, although the sap could irritate.

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Echeveria

These hardy succulents can tolerate everything from your fridgid offices to sunny windows. Some people know Echeveria by the name 'hens and chicks', but people also call a lot of succulents that. The genus is named after Atanasio Echeverria y Godoy, an 18th-century Mexican botanical artist aned naturalist. His drawings would have killed on Instagram.

PLANT ORIGINS

Central America, Mexico and northwestern South America

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your Echevaria aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

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Gasteria spp.

This South African member of the Aloe family is named after the Latin word for "stomach", because enough scientists thought the flowers looked like a stomach. However most normal people will notice their tongue-like leaves growing in either rosette or mirror-like patterns.

PLANT ORIGINS

South Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your Gasteria aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

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Assorted Succulents

Let our gardeners pick out the perfect succulent for you, or better yet, for whoever you're buying a gift for. Every week we receive new succulents that deserve to be out in the world.

PLANT ORIGINS

Central and South America, South Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your succulent aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

NERD OUT BEFORE YOU PICK A PLANT:

Haworthia

This South African succulent is member of the Aloe family. Currently scientists are researching compounds from the Haworthia plant for their cancer killing abilities. The genus is named after 18th and 19th century English botanist (and crab researcher) Adrian Hardy Haworth... who never actually saw a Haworthia in the wild.

PLANT ORIGINS

South Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, haworthias can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Once mature, haworthia will flower during the summer months... you just have to be patient. They are also considered safe for pets, although the sap could irritate.

Echeveria

These hardy succulents can tolerate everything from your fridgid offices to sunny windows. Some people know Echeveria by the name 'hens and chicks', but people also call a lot of succulents that. The genus is named after Atanasio Echeverria y Godoy, an 18th-century Mexican botanical artist aned naturalist. His drawings would have killed on Instagram.

PLANT ORIGINS

Central America, Mexico and northwestern South America

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your Echevaria aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

Gasteria spp.

This South African member of the Aloe family is named after the Latin word for "stomach", because enough scientists thought the flowers looked like a stomach. However most normal people will notice their tongue-like leaves growing in either rosette or mirror-like patterns.

PLANT ORIGINS

South Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your Gasteria aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

Assorted Succulents

Let our gardeners pick out the perfect succulent for you, or better yet, for whoever you're buying a gift for. Every week we receive new succulents that deserve to be out in the world.

PLANT ORIGINS

Central and South America, South Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your succulent aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

PLANT ORIGINS

Cold, freshwater lakes in Japan, Iceland, Russia, and Canada

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light to medium indirect light to low light. Can tolerate some direct sun.

Water

Keep it submerged and as cool as possible.

Extra Love

If your Marimo turns yellow, it might be sick and need a water change. It may also need to be rotated more and given more light.

PLANT ORIGINS

Across Tropical Southeast Asia and Australia

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light to medium indirect light. More light means healthier Fiddles!

Water

Water when light in weight and not moist.

Extra Love

If the leaves turn yellow, it's a sign you may be overwatering. If the plant droops, bring on the water! The ferns in the kokedama don't like to be too dry for too long.

PLANT ORIGINS

Norfolk Island, of course!

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light to medium indirect light.

Water

Water weekly when soil gets dry three inches down. Likes to be moist, but never sit in water.

Extra Love

If the leaves turn yellow, it's a sign you may be overwatering. If the plant droops, bring on the water! Crispy tips mean low humidity.

LOCATION

Where water and color meet.

Care

Light

Enough to illuminate the art.

Water

Only while painting.

Extra Love

Give it a frame.

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Chamaedorea elegans

Also known as the neanthe bella palm or parlour palm, this is one of our favorite hard to kill plants. With the right care and many, many repottings, this palm can grow to well over 6 feet tall. But do not repot more than once a year, their roots like to relax. This has been a popular houseplant in the UK since Victorian times.

PLANT ORIGINS

Southern Mexico and Guatemala

The Plant Care

Light

Avoid bright light or the leaves will burn just like a pasty human.

Water

Water at least once a week. Let the top of soil go completely dry in-between waterings. Although the smaller the pot, the faster the soil dries out.

Extra Love

If you can increase the humidity around parlor palms, they will quietly love you.

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Peperomia

There are literally over 1,000 types of peperomia plants, but this is considered one of the cutest. This tropical plants grow low and can feature flowers once mature. Peperomia are also one of the safest plants to grow around curious cats and dogs.

PLANT ORIGINS

Central America and northern South America

The Plant Care

Light

Medium light. Tolerates low light. Not suited for intense, direct sun.

Water

Water 1 or 2 times per week. Spring to summer, water as soon as potting mix begins to dry out. Fall to winter, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering.

Extra Love

Peperomias will let you know as soon as they're not feeling the love by wilting, this is a great indicator that you need to water.

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Fittonia

Also known as a "Nerve Plant", this South American flowering plant is known for it's colorful and vein-y leaves. The Fittonia was discovered by 19th century botanists Elizabeth and Sarah May Fitton.

PLANT ORIGINS

Peru

The Plant Care

Light

Best suited for medium to low light, although Fittonias can tolerate a bright window...sill... with a sheer curtain.

Water

This plant likes the soil to always be a little wet and will literally collapse when it gets dried out.

Extra Love

It's exhausting being a nerve plant, especially when you're underwatered. If your nerve plant looks limp or dead, simlpy drench it and watch it come back to life.

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Assorted Low Light Plant

Let our gardeners pick out the perfect low light plnt for you, or better yet, for whoever you're buying a gift for. Every week we receive new plants that deserve to be out in the world.

PLANT ORIGINS

Tropical regions

The Plant Care

Light

Low light

Water

Water at least once a week, depending on season. You generally do not want the soil to dry out.

Extra Love

Generally low light plants need a little extra love compared to succulents. Luckily it's usually obvious what kind of love they need.

NERD OUT BEFORE YOU PICK A PLANT:

Chamaedorea elegans

Also known as the neanthe bella palm or parlour palm, this is one of our favorite hard to kill plants. With the right care and many, many repottings, this palm can grow to well over 6 feet tall. But do not repot more than once a year, their roots like to relax. This has been a popular houseplant in the UK since Victorian times.

PLANT ORIGINS

Southern Mexico and Guatemala

The Plant Care

Light

Avoid bright light or the leaves will burn just like a pasty human.

Water

Water at least once a week. Let the top of soil go completely dry in-between waterings. Although the smaller the pot, the faster the soil dries out.

Extra Love

If you can increase the humidity around parlor palms, they will quietly love you.

Peperomia

There are literally over 1,000 types of peperomia plants, but this is considered one of the cutest. This tropical plants grow low and can feature flowers once mature. Peperomia are also one of the safest plants to grow around curious cats and dogs.

PLANT ORIGINS

Central America and northern South America

The Plant Care

Light

Medium light. Tolerates low light. Not suited for intense, direct sun.

Water

Water 1 or 2 times per week. Spring to summer, water as soon as potting mix begins to dry out. Fall to winter, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering.

Extra Love

Peperomias will let you know as soon as they're not feeling the love by wilting, this is a great indicator that you need to water.

Fittonia

Also known as a "Nerve Plant", this South American flowering plant is known for it's colorful and vein-y leaves. The Fittonia was discovered by 19th century botanists Elizabeth and Sarah May Fitton.

PLANT ORIGINS

Peru

The Plant Care

Light

Best suited for medium to low light, although Fittonias can tolerate a bright window...sill... with a sheer curtain.

Water

This plant likes the soil to always be a little wet and will literally collapse when it gets dried out.

Extra Love

It's exhausting being a nerve plant, especially when you're underwatered. If your nerve plant looks limp or dead, simlpy drench it and watch it come back to life.

Assorted Low Light

Let our gardeners pick out the perfect low light plant for you, or better yet, for whoever you're buying a gift for. Every week we receive new plants that deserve to be out in the world.

PLANT ORIGINS

Tropical regions

The Plant Care

Light

Low light

Water

Water at least once a week, depending on season. You generally do not want the soil to dry out.

Extra Love

Generally low light plants need a little extra love compared to succulents. Luckily it's usually obvious what kind of love they need.

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Platycerium lemoinei aka Staghorn Fern

Staghorn ferns can typically be found growing in trees and rocky outcroppings in southeast Asia. These ferns over time can become a fun project, since you can cut off "pups" or smaller new ferns to repot or get crafy with a moss or wooden wall holder.

PLANT ORIGINS

Southeast Asia, Australia, east Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Avoid bright light or the leaves will burn just like a pasty human.

Water

Water 1-2 times a week. In order to avoid rot, make sure the soil dries out between waterings.

Extra Love

As your ferns grows, the fronds can get long and floppy, it's okay. Simply prop them up with a stake and get crafty with string.

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Asplenium nidus aka Bird's Nest Fern

Although native to the dense tropical jungles of southeast Asia, these hardy ferns can thrive indoors and can even be grown outside as far north as Scotland. Australia, east Africa and Hawaii to name a few, Bird’s Nest Bird's Nest Ferns are coincidentally found only growing high up in trees.

PLANT ORIGINS

Southeast Asia

The Plant Care

Light

Medium light. Tolerates low light. Not suited for intense, direct sun.

Water

Water 1-2 times a week. In order to avoid rot, be sure not to water directly into the rosette.

Extra Love

Like a lot of ferns, as Bird's Nest Ferns age the outer leaves will turn brown, simply trim them off to keep it looking great.

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Crocodile Fern

Like Paul Hogan and Chris Hemsworth, this fern is from Australia. The veiny crocodile skin-like leaves made naming it easy with it's proper name being: Microsorium musifolium ‘Crocydyllus’. And while it needs some special attention, we find it much easily to care for than domestic ferns.

PLANT ORIGINS

Australia (of course)

The Plant Care

Light

Best suited for low or indirect light - the leaves will burn like a pasty human in direct sunlight.

Water

This plant requires weekly watering but does not like sitting in soggy soil.

Extra Love

Like a lot of ferns (and possibly crocodiles), this plant would love to live in your bathroom where the humidity is a bit higher.

NERD OUT BEFORE YOU PICK A PLANT:

Platycerium lemoinei aka Staghorn Fern

Staghorn ferns can typically be found growing in trees and rocky outcroppings in southeast Asia. These ferns over time can become a fun project, since you can cut off "pups" or smaller new ferns to repot or get crafy with a moss or wooden wall holder.

PLANT ORIGINS

Southeast Asia, Australia, east Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Avoid bright light or the leaves will burn just like a pasty human.

Water

Water 1-2 times a week. In order to avoid rot, make sure the soil dries out between waterings.

Extra Love

As your ferns grows, the fronds can get long and floppy, it's okay. Simply prop them up with a stake and get crafty with string.

Asplenium nidus aka Bird's Nest Fern

Although native to the dense tropical jungles of southeast Asia, these hardy ferns can thrive indoors and can even be grown outside as far north as Scotland. Australia, east Africa and Hawaii to name a few, Bird’s Nest Bird's Nest Ferns are coincidentally found only growing high up in trees.

PLANT ORIGINS

Southeast Asia

The Plant Care

Light

Medium light. Tolerates low light. Not suited for intense, direct sun.

Water

Water 1-2 times a week. In order to avoid rot, be sure not to water directly into the rosette.

Extra Love

Like a lot of ferns, as Bird's Nest Ferns age the outer leaves will turn brown, simply trim them off to keep it looking great.

Crocodile Fern

Like Paul Hogan and Chris Hemsworth, this fern is from Australia. The veiny crocodile skin-like leaves made naming it easy with it's proper name being: Microsorium musifolium ‘Crocydyllus’. And while it needs some special attention, we find it much easily to care for than domestic ferns.

PLANT ORIGINS

Australia (of course)

The Plant Care

Light

Best suited for low or indirect light - the leaves will burn like a pasty human in direct sunlight.

Water

This plant requires weekly watering but does not like sitting in soggy soil.

Extra Love

Like a lot of ferns (and possibly crocodiles), this plant would love to live in your bathroom where the humidity is a bit higher.

Echeveria

These hardy succulents can tolerate everything from your fridgid offices to sunny windows. Some people know Echeveria by the name 'hens and chicks', but people also call a lot of succulents that. The genus is named after Atanasio Echeverria y Godoy, an 18th-century Mexican botanical artist aned naturalist. His drawings would have killed on Instagram.

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PLANT ORIGINS

Central America, Mexico and northwestern South America

The Plant Care

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Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

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Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

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Extra Love

Don't over love your Echevaria aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

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PLANT ORIGINS

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Extra Love

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The Plant Care

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Philodendron

Also known as the neanthe bella palm or parlour palm, this is one of our favorite hard to kill plants. With the right care and many, many repottings, this palm can grow to well over 6 feet tall. But do not repot more than once a year, their roots like to relax. This has been a popular houseplant in the UK since Victorian times.

PLANT ORIGINS

Southern Mexico and Guatemala

The Plant Care

Light

Avoid bright light or the leaves will burn just like a pasty human.

Water

Water at least once a week. Let the top of soil go completely dry in-between waterings. Although the smaller the pot, the faster the soil dries out.

Extra Love

If you can increase the humidity around parlor palms, they will quietly love you.

YOU PICKED THIS CUTE PLANT:

Pothos

There are literally over 1,000 types of peperomia plants, but this is considered one of the cutest. This tropical plants grow low and can feature flowers once mature. Peperomia are also one of the safest plants to grow around curious cats and dogs.

PLANT ORIGINS

Central America and northern South America

The Plant Care

Light

Medium light. Tolerates low light. Not suited for intense, direct sun.

Water

Water 1 or 2 times per week. Spring to summer, water as soon as potting mix begins to dry out. Fall to winter, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering.

Extra Love

Peperomias will let you know as soon as they're not feeling the love by wilting, this is a great indicator that you need to water.

YOU PICKED THIS CUTE PLANT:

Zamioculcas zamifolia

Also known as a "Nerve Plant", this South American flowering plant is known for it's colorful and vein-y leaves. The Fittonia was discovered by 19th century botanists Elizabeth and Sarah May Fitton.

PLANT ORIGINS

Eastern Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Best suited for medium to low light, although Fittonias can tolerate a bright window...sill... with a sheer curtain.

Water

This plant likes the soil to always be a little wet and will literally collapse when it gets dried out.

Extra Love

It's exhausting being a nerve plant, especially when you're underwatered. If your nerve plant looks limp or dead, simlpy drench it and watch it come back to life.

YOU PICKED THIS CUTE PLANT:

Sansevieria trifasciata

Let our gardeners pick out the perfect low light plnt for you, or better yet, for whoever you're buying a gift for. Every week we receive new plants that deserve to be out in the world.

PLANT ORIGINS

Tropical regions

The Plant Care

Light

Low light

Water

Water at least once a week, depending on season. You generally do not want the soil to dry out.

Extra Love

Generally low light plants need a little extra love compared to succulents. Luckily it's usually obvious what kind of love they need.

NERD OUT BEFORE YOU PICK A PLANT:

Philodendron

Also known as the neanthe bella palm or parlour palm, this is one of our favorite hard to kill plants. With the right care and many, many repottings, this palm can grow to well over 6 feet tall. But do not repot more than once a year, their roots like to relax. This has been a popular houseplant in the UK since Victorian times.

PLANT ORIGINS

Southern Mexico and Guatemala

The Plant Care

Light

Avoid bright light or the leaves will burn just like a pasty human.

Water

Water at least once a week. Let the top of soil go completely dry in-between waterings. Although the smaller the pot, the faster the soil dries out.

Extra Love

If you can increase the humidity around parlor palms, they will quietly love you.

Pothos

There are literally over 1,000 types of peperomia plants, but this is considered one of the cutest. This tropical plants grow low and can feature flowers once mature. Peperomia are also one of the safest plants to grow around curious cats and dogs.

PLANT ORIGINS

Central America and northern South America

The Plant Care

Light

Medium light. Tolerates low light. Not suited for intense, direct sun.

Water

Water 1 or 2 times per week. Spring to summer, water as soon as potting mix begins to dry out. Fall to winter, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering.

Extra Love

Peperomias will let you know as soon as they're not feeling the love by wilting, this is a great indicator that you need to water.

Zamioculcas zamifolia

Also known as a "Nerve Plant", this South American flowering plant is known for it's colorful and vein-y leaves. The Fittonia was discovered by 19th century botanists Elizabeth and Sarah May Fitton.

PLANT ORIGINS

Peru

The Plant Care

Light

Best suited for medium to low light, although Fittonias can tolerate a bright window...sill... with a sheer curtain.

Water

This plant likes the soil to always be a little wet and will literally collapse when it gets dried out.

Extra Love

It's exhausting being a nerve plant, especially when you're underwatered. If your nerve plant looks limp or dead, simlpy drench it and watch it come back to life.

Sansevieria trifasciata

Let our gardeners pick out the perfect lwo light plant for you, or better yet, for whoever you're buying a gift for. Every week we receive new plants that deserve to be out in the world.

PLANT ORIGINS

Tropical regions

The Plant Care

Light

Low light

Water

Water at least once a week, depending on season. You generally do not want the soil to dry out.

Extra Love

Generally low light plants need a little extra love compared to succulents. Luckily it's usually obvious what kind of love they need.