Vibrant flowers for decorating or gift-giving. Ideal as a centerpiece or group several plants for a colorful room accent. To encourage buds to open fully, place in bright light near a sunny window. Once your plant is full flower, it may be displayed in any light conditions. After watering, remove any water that pools in the decorative pot cover.
Bromeliads are an an intriguing assortment of exotic plants. Most are native to tropical regions where they grow in crevices in trees or rocks. Plants need little or no soil and take their sustinence from the air and humidity; making for novel houseplants. Follow care for your specific type of bromeliad.
The flowers of this striking plant are so elegant that they have a favorite for bridal bouquets. Callas require a “rest” in between bloom periods. After blooming, move the plant to a cooler area and reduce watering to minimal amounts. Once new growth begins to appear, return the plant to its normal location and watering schedule.
“Easy-to-grow” is an understatement with this plant. ZZ plants tolerate a variety of lighting conditions. It stores water in tubers below the soil, so it can survive periods of drought. Besides being tough, the thick glossy leaves and palmlike appearance look great in any home or office. Be careful not to overwater.
Yucca is a distinctive plant with striking form. Stiff, sword-shaped leaves form evergreen rosettes that give a strong, yet fun impression in the home, office or showroom. For best performance, place near a south or west-facing window. Be careful not to overwater.
A stunning tropical with vibrant flowers, this plant screams “TROPICAL PARADISE!” Place your plant in an area that receives 5-6 hours of sunlight daily or supplement with artificial light. These plants also experience a period of dormancy, most likely in the winter months. Cut back on watering during dormancy.
The Peace Lily is a very popular houseplant for a variety of reasons. It is very is very easy to grow. It sports distinctive white flowers and stately green foliage and is an ideal choice as a focal point for almost any room. If all this weren’t enough, this plant also receives top marks for improving indoor air quality. Place in an area free from cold drafts.
This striking variegated foliage plant makes an attractive display alone or when grouped with other tropicals. Prune lightly and frequently to maintain bushy, full plants. Umbrella Trees may tolerant of lower light conditions for several weeks. In summer, place outside in a lightly shaded area.
African Violets are one of the most beloved house plants of all time. The distinct soft, velvety leaves can bear clusters of cheerful flowers all year round. It is available in a wide range of bloom colors. These classic plants are easy to grow, but do not tolerate direct exposure to sun.