Houseplants

Houseplants 101: Plants and Pets

Houseplants 101: Plants and Pets

What does it mean to say a houseplant is pet-friendly? Simply that it is non-toxic. We have over 100 plants in our common houseplant inventory to choose from! 

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Pet-friendly Houseplant List

Pet-friendly Houseplant List

We have over 100 plants in our common houseplant inventory to choose from! 

It includes many ferns, hanging and vining plants, flowering and foliage plants, palms, and succulents!

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Houseplants 101: Selecting Plants

Houseplants 101: Selecting Plants

There are many factors to take into consideration when choosing houseplants.

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Houseplants: Light and Water

Houseplants: Light and Water

Check out our chart on the light and water needs of common houseplants.

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Houseplants 101: Containers and Repotting

Houseplants 101: Containers and Repotting

Container size and design is something to be careful about when potting a houseplant. It affects your plant in ways you might not realize. 

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Houseplants 101: Humidity

Houseplants 101: Humidity

Certain houseplants need more humidity than we usually have in our homes. In fact, some can even exhibit health issues if they need more moisture in the air than they are getting.

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Houseplants 101: Substrate

Houseplants 101: Substrate

Making sure you have the right substrate (potting media) is the foundation of successful houseplant care. It’s not just dirt!

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Houseplants 101: Water

Houseplants 101: Water

Did you know that incorrect watering is the number one cause of house plant death? Roots need a combination of water and air in order to function properly.

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Houseplants 101: Light

Houseplants 101: Light

To understand light needs, you might want to start by thinking about what light your plant would have in its native habitat. (If you don’t know, it’s easy to find out!) Learning this is super helpful - there’s nothing that can tell you more about your plants needs.

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