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PLANTS WE LOVE:

The Hoya

The fleshy, heart-shaped leaves of Hoya kerrii have earned it the nickname of ‘the sweetheart plant’. A species of Hoya native to southeast Asia, Hoya kerrii is a slow-growing succulent that is particularly easy to care for. It thrives when provided bright-to-moderate light and infrequent waterings.

Tucked into our locally-made, white gloss ceramic cylinder is a large, trailing Hoya kerrii. Swap this unique beauty for the usual red roses this Valentine’s Day.

PLANT ORIGINS

South and Southeast Asia-
South China through Thailand to Java

Plant Care

Light

Bright, indirect light to full sun.

Water

Water weekly. Allow soil to half-dry out before watering. Soil surface should be dry to the touch. Soil should be almost dry about 2” down.

Extra Love

This sweetheart loves the sun.

Mini Succulents

Our Instagram-worthy miniature succulent collections are back by popular demand. This Valentine’s Day inspired collection includes six assorted miniature easy-care succulents tucked inside hand-painted terra cotta in hues of red, pink, purple, and white.

Whether you have a small apartment, tiny desk, or just appreciate the little things - these fellas are the perfect fit.

PLANT ORIGINS

Arid regions of the world
from Mexico to South Africa to the Middle East

Plant Care

Light

Bright, indirect light to full sun.

Water

Once weekly if in full sun, or when it starts to wrinkle. Reduce waterings in winter to half. Make sure the soil is completely dry before watering.

Extra Love

More sun is good for you, and for the plants.

Haworthia fasciata

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

Plant Care

Light

Bright, indirect light to full sun.

Water

Once weekly if in full sun, or when it starts to wrinkle. Reduce waterings in winter to half. Make sure the soil is completely dry before watering.

Extra Love

More sun is good for you, and for the plants.

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

Mexico through arid regions in South America

Plant Care

Light

Bright, indirect light to full sun.

Water

Once weekly if in full sun, or when it starts to wrinkle. Reduce waterings in winter to half. Make sure the soil is completely dry before watering.

Extra Love

More sun is good for you, and for the plants.

Kalanchoe

Kalanchoe is one of the few genera of plants that can produce live plantlet clones on the leaves! The Panda Plant, however, is more known for its striking chocolate-colored foliage and flowering.

PLANT ORIGINS

Arid regions of the Old World-
North Africa, Madagascar, and South Asia

Plant Care

Light

Bright, indirect light to full sun.

Water

Once weekly if in full sun, or when it starts to wrinkle. Reduce waterings in winter to half. Make sure the soil is completely dry before watering.

Extra Love

More sun is good for you, and for the plants.

Crassula ovata

Plants that are native to arid regions, like the jade plant, boast great resiliance in many environments- including your home. Given those arid conditions, these plants are surprisingly 95% water- they store as much as they physically can within their fleshy leaves.

PLANT ORIGINS

South Africa and Mozambique

Plant Care

Light

Bright, indirect light to full sun.

Water

Once weekly if in full sun, or when it starts to wrinkle. Reduce waterings in winter to half. Make sure the soil is completely dry before watering.

Extra Love

More sun is good for you, and for the plants.