Below you will find the current availability of our house plants. You can purchase online for pickup or in store.
Christmas Cactus is available in 4" and 6" pots. Colors may vary.
Temperature: Maintain an optimal climate of 65 degrees. Watering: Keep the soil evenly moist while your plant is blooming, misting it frequently. Light: Place the cactus in an east-facing window for moderate light and some direct sun. Fertilization: Apply a high-potassium fertilizer every two weeks once buds form
Cyclamen is available in 4" pots
Cyclamen should be kept moist by watering in a tray and allowing the roots to take up the water rather than watering from above the plant which can lead to rotting. Remove yellow leaves and spent flowers. Feed the plant every two weeks. Do NOT overfeed.
Frosty Fern is available in 4" pots
The plant thrives in partial to full shade, and requires only light exposure to sunlight. Early-morning or late-afternoon sunlight is ideal, but not both. Do not keep the plant at a window which receives strong light, as overexposure can cause wilting. These plants prefer warm temperatures in the range of 75 to 85ºF. Regular watering is vital for good growth. Water the plant once or twice every week during summer and the growing season. During winter and fall, water only when the soil feels dry.
Cypress is available in 4" and 6" pots
Indoors, Lemon Cypress should be close to a window where it will receive at least 6-8 hours a day of direct sun. Plants prefer cooler temperatures of 55-65°F. Water when the top 1-2 inches of potting mix is dry to the touch. Be sure not to over water, which can lead to problems with root rot.
Poinsettia is available in 4" pots. Colors may vary.
Cut it back to 4-6-inches tall and move it to a slightly larger pot with good drainage. Keep the soil moist, but never soggy. Provide bright light. Feed weekly with liquid houseplant fertilizer diluted to half-strength.
Ivy is available in 4" pots.
Requires bright sunlight to thrive, however it should be kept away from direct sunlight to ensure that the delicate leaves don't burn. English Ivy is a simple, undemanding plant that requires a wet but not soggy soil.
These Pothos come in 6" pots with a pole for them to climb.
Bright indirect light is best. Allow the top 2 to 3 inches of soil to dry out between waterings and then water thoroughly. Neon pothos are susceptible to root rot if their roots are left standing in water. As long as temperatures are between 55 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit (or 15 to 35 degrees Celsius), your neon pothos will be happy
Peace Lily is available in 8" pots.
Lightly water when the top inch of soil feels dry. They'll handle most light levels, but prefer indirect light. If you're at a comfortable temperature, they will be too. Keep your peace lily hydrated in light, steamy bathrooms and kitchens. Repot in spring using houseplant compost.
Succulents are in 2" Pots
Go Easy on the Water. Plant Them in Containers With Drainage Holes. Plant in Well-Drained Soil. Keep Them Comfortably Warm. Unlike their cactus kin, succulents can't take extreme heat.