Plant Care: Chinese Money Plant

  Its true name is Pilea Peperomioides, but it goes by many names. The pilea likes bright, indirect light. Direct light can scorch the leaves so be aware! A great way to water pilea is to bottom water it, which means planting it in a pot with a drainage hole then sitting the pot inRead More

Plant Care Tips: Monstera Deliciosa

The Monstera deliciosa, or split-leaf philodendron, is a popular plant for it’s large, unique leaves and it’s easy care. The Monstera is a tropical plant, so it likes a moderate light and moist soil. If the plant gets direct sun the leaves will yellow, but if it gets too little light it will adapt likeRead More

Plant Care: Fiddle Leaf Fig

Fiddle leaf figs are part of the ficus family. Like many ficus, they’re sensitive to changes in their environment. When you bring one home, don’t worry when leaves fall off the bottom of the stalk. Try not to relocate them around your home too often. They are happiest when set down and ignored! They likeRead More

Succulent Care

Plant Care Tip: Succulents Succulents like to be in tight spaces, enjoy plenty of light, and drier soil. Make sure your succulents are in a pot with a drainage hole, or have special succulent soil mix to aid in drainage. If your pot doesn’t have a hole, you can put small rocks in the bottomRead More