House plants are native to warm tropical climates and have been adapted as indoor plants in houses and offices for many years. We know that plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen through photosynthesis. According to a Study of Clean Air through NASA, some plants we use indoors also remove pollutants within your home. 

 

Not only do some plants purify the air, they also help to boost your mood and add life to any room in your home or office!

Indoor Plants (6" Pot)

PriceFrom $25.00
  • Remember to reduce water during winter months, as many plants are not actively growing. Also, always water on top of the soil (not foliage). Never put indoor plants outside directly in full sun, as the leaves can easily get scorched. They need to transition slowly, so somewhere shady is a good start, then incrementally move them in more sun if they require it.

     

    Tip: The more color a plant has the more likely it will want to be placed in brighter light to retain its color.

  • Snake Plants (Silver Nymphe, Zeylanica) - Bright indirect light - low light. *Easy care plants and drought tolerant

    Snake Plant (Moonshine) - Bright indirect light. *Leaves for Moonshine may turn green in low light conditions. Easy care plants and drought tolerant.

    ZZ Plant - Will grow in any amount of light except direct sun. *This is a great plant for forgetful beginners, as it can go for months without water!

    Chinese Evergreen (red wishes) - Medium to high light, but keep away from windows. *Darker Leaved Aglos can tolerate less light. They are at the top of the list for easy to grow plants.

    Rattlesnake Plant - Medium to low light. *The Rattlesnake Plant does not like to dry out and likes any humidity you can give it.

    Fiddleleaf Fig (Bambino) - Indirect sunlight, near a window or skylight. Rotate plant as needed, as you will see it bend towards the light.

    Philodendron Minima "mini monstera" - Medium indirect light (will produce smaller leaves in low light conditions) *Minima is a vining plant with small, glossy leaves that manifest into cut leaves as it matures. Some people call it a "mini monstera". An easy to care for plant

    Split Leaf Philodendron - Bright indirect to medium light. *Minima is a vining plant with small, glossy leaves that manifest into cut leaves as it matures. Some people call it a "mini monstera". An easy to care for plant