Plant Care Guide

  • Umbrella Tree

    by Jocelyn Turcios Umbrella Tree
    Light: Indirect bright light  Watering: Allow soil to completely dry out before watering thoroughly 
  • Ponytail Palm

    by Jocelyn Turcios Ponytail Palm
    Light: Bright light  Watering: Allow soil to completely dry before watering
  • Croton

    by Jocelyn Turcios Croton
    Light: A sunny location such as an eastern, southern, or western window. If croton is getting too little light, its newer leaves will be less color...
  • Crissie Bird Nest Fern

    by Jocelyn Turcios Crissie Bird Nest Fern
    Light: Bright indirect light  Watering: Keep moist but not soggy 
  • Air Plant (Tillandsia)

    by Jocelyn Turcios Air Plant (Tillandsia)
    Do Not plant your air plant in soil as the moisture would lead to rotting. Light: Bright indirect sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight. Watering: Subme...
  • Bella Palm

    by Jocelyn Turcios Bella Palm
    Light: Medium to bright indirect light. Can tolerated low indirect light. Watering: Allow soil to dry out between waterings
  • English Ivy

    by Jocelyn Turcios English Ivy
    Light: Bright indirect sunlight.  Watering: Wait for the top inch of soil to be dry. Do not let it sit in water. Use room temperature distilled ...
  • Fiddle Leaf (Ficus Lyrata)

    by Jocelyn Turcios Fiddle Leaf (Ficus Lyrata)
    Light: Lots of bright, filtered light. Keep near a sunny window. Rotate occasionally.  Watering: Wait for the top inch of soil to be dry. Do no...
  • Heart Leaf Philodendron

    by Jocelyn Turcios Heart Leaf Philodendron
    Light: Indoors, bright indirect light, although it also will tolerate low-light conditions. Watering: Tropical plant which enjoys moist enviro...
  • Money Tree Plant

    by Jocelyn Turcios Money Tree Plant
    Light: Medium to bright indirect light Watering: Allow soil to dry out in between waterings
  • Monstera Deliciosa

    by Jocelyn Turcios Monstera Deliciosa
    Light: Bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight will scorch the leaves. Rotate occasionally. Watering:  Wait for the top inch of soil to be dry...
  • Pilea (Peperomioides)

    by Jocelyn Turcios Pilea (Peperomioides)
    Light: Bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight will scorch the leaves. Rotate occasionally. Watering: Let soil dry out before watering. If leaves d...
  • Pothos

    by Jocelyn Turcios Pothos
    Light: Indoors, bright indirect light, although it also will tolerate low-light conditions. Watering: Let soil dry out before watering. If leaves ...
  • Prayer Plant

    by Jocelyn Turcios Prayer Plant
    Light: Indirect light. Does well in a corner of a room. Direct sunlight will scorch leaves. Watering: Water when the top of the soil is dry. Never ...
  • Satin Pothos

    by Jocelyn Turcios Satin Pothos
    Light: Indoors, bright indirect light, although it also will tolerate low-light conditions. Watering:  Let soil dry out before watering. If lea...
  • Snake Plant

    by Jocelyn Turcios Snake Plant
    Light: Indirect light. It does well in a corner of a room. Direct sunlight will scorch leaves. It does not tolerate extreme cold temperatures.  ...
  • Spider Plant

    by Jocelyn Turcios Spider Plant
    Light: Bright indirect light is good. Can tolerate lower light conditions. Avoid direct sunlight. Watering: Water when soil is relatively dry. ...
  • String of Hearts

    by Jocelyn Turcios String of Hearts
    Light: Bright direct light but not all day. If you notice large spaces between leaves, chances are the plant is not getting enough light. Waterin...
  • String of Pearls

    by Jocelyn Turcios String of Pearls
    Light: Bright light is good. Consider placing it on a sunny windowsill, or hanging in the window. Watering: Soak it thoroughly with room tempe...
  • Trailing Jade

    by Jocelyn Turcios Trailing Jade
    Light: Bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight will scorch the leaves. Rotate occasionally. Watering: Succulent. Allow soil to dry before wate...
  • Wandering Jew

    by Jocelyn Turcios Wandering Jew
    Light: Bright, indirect light. Watering: Keep soil lightly moist
  • ZZ Plant

    by Jocelyn Turcios ZZ Plant
    Light: Bright light is good but not essential. Grows fine with low light. Avoid direct sunlight. Watering: Water when soil is dry. Do not overw...
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