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

Plant Care: Sansevieria

Sansevieria, or snake plant, is a great plant for anyone who can’t or simply doesn’t want to worry about plant care! They do well with any level of natural light and only need to be watered once or twice a month. They like a dry environment and don’t need any pruning, just the leaves wipedRead More

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: 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