How to Stay Connected to Flowers During Winter

by Alyssa Rainville Though it’s not technically winter just yet, the cold temperatures and early nightfall of this time of year seem to make us long for the sunlight of spring and the warmth of summer.  Our Philadelphia flower farmers have finished their growing season.  The dahlia tubers have been dug up from the groundRead More

Plant Care: Bird’s Nest Fern

The bird’s nest fern is a relatively low-maintenance fern. It enjoys low light and not quite as much humidity as necessary for most ferns. It does like it’s soil to be kept moist, but not wet. It can also tolerate drying out periodically. Like air plants or the popular staghorn fern, bird’s nest ferns areRead More

Plant Care: Air Plants

Air plants, or Tillandsia, are plants that don’t require any soil to grow! They grow on other plants and trees which make them an easy and interesting addition to any space. Air plants do like plenty of bright, indirect light. The more light they receive the more water they will want, so you can mistRead More

Plant Care: Pothos

Pothos are a lovely and easy-care houseplant. They have heart-shaped leaves that trail beautifully. They can grow in anything from low to bright, indirect light. You can grow trimmings in water or soil. There are many variations, making this a very versatile decorative plant! Pothos do best in bright, indirect light but can still surviveRead More