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The Sill Collection

Beginner’s Plants

Low, Medium or Bright Light

Our beginner’s plants collection includes a Bird’s Nest Fern in our 4" Hyde planter, a Pothos in our 5" Grant planter, and a Snake Plant in our 5" Prospect planter. Your plants’ heights may vary slightly. They come potted in our potting mix to increase plant health, longevity, and growth. The perfect starter set. We will do our best to match your collection to what is pictured.

Flat rate standard shipping; free over $75.

The Sill Plant Promise

We guarantee our plants up to a year from purchase date.

The Sill Collection: Beginner’s Plants - 2.5" Fern, 4" Pothos, 4" Snake in 4" Hyde, 5" Grant, 5" Prospect gallery image

Plant Care

  • BRIGHTNESS Icon Dropdown Arrow
    • Low to Medium
    • Prefers medium indirect light. Tolerates low light.
  • SUN EXPOSURE Icon Dropdown Arrow
    • Indirect
    • Can handle up to 3 hours of direct sun or less.
  • WATER Icon Dropdown Arrow
    • About every 5-10 days
    • When potting mix is half-dry to dry, about 2" down.
  • HUMIDITY Icon Dropdown Arrow
    • Normal to Humid
    • Normal to slightly higher humidity will do.
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Plant Origins

Various tropical climates

Plant Bio

Tropical plants were some of the first houseplants ever cultivated. Houseplants consist of any plant that can adapt to the warm, dry conditions of our indoor living spaces. Throughout much of Earth’s history there has been a tropical zone where plants have thrived. Because plants have existed in the tropics for eons, those plants have had plenty of time to diversify into an uncountable number of forms. Most houseplants are, therefore, derived from plants native to the tropics and near tropics. But not all tropical areas are the same — some are rainforests, but others are more seasonal — with wet and dry seasons.

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