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Welcome to our library of plants care information. Check the packing slip included in your order or your order confirmation email for your plant’s name, and learn what light and water levels your specific plant needs to thrive.

How to Take Care of Plants

There are plenty of things you should do when taking care of your plants. You should water them regularly and feed them the right amount of fertilizer. You should also make sure they get enough sun and give them a nice, clean pot.

But there are also plenty of things you shouldn't do! Don't water your plants too much or give them too much fertilizer. Also, don't put them in an area where they can't get enough sun or leave their pots dirty.

It may seem like a lot, but with these tips, you'll be able to keep your plants happy and healthy for as long as you have them.

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Encephalartos Plants Care

  • Light
    Thrives in medium to low indirect sun. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.
  • Water
    Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
  • Fun Fact
    The colorful, patterned foliage and easy going nature of Adenium Nova Somalense
    have made them popular among collectors.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Wilting leaves, dry potting mix:
    Thirsty, underwatered
    Yellowing leaves and mushy blackened base:
    Root rot, overwatered
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Origin:

Somalia, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in med-bright indirect light. Can tolerate low light conditions. Not suited for direct sun.
  • Water
    Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Yellow leaves, wet potting mix:
    Overwatering
    Leaf drop:
    Low light, moisture-stress
    Drooping, leaf curl, dry potting mix:
    underwatering
Encephalartos Aemulans for sale near me

Origin:

South Africa, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in bright indirect to medium indirect light.
  • Water
    Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
  • Fun Fact
    This plant is nicknamed the umbrella tree because of its clustered leaflets.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Wilting leaves, dry potting mix:
    Thirsty, underwatered
    Yellowing leaves and mushy blackened base:
    Root rot, overwatered
Encephalartos Arenarius plant near me

Origin:

North-West Province of South Africa, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in medium to low indirect sun. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.
  • Water
    Water every 1–2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out half way down between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
    This plant can benefit from extra humidity.
  • Pets
    This plant is pet friendly!
  • Fun Fact
    Humans seemed to always have a thing for palms. Scientists believe Caffer cultivated the date palm over five thousand years ago.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Crispy edges, browning leaves, dry potting mix:
    Underwatered
    Yellowing leaves, wet potting mix:
    Overwatered.
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Origin:

Eastern Cape in South Africa, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in bright indirect light. Keep smaller air plants out of intense, direct sun.
  • Water
    Soak weekly in a bowl of room temperature water for 15-30 minutes. Shake excess water off afterward. This plant can benefit from extra humidity.
  • Pets
    This plant is pet friendly!
  • Fun Fact
    In their native environment, they can be found growing on, cliffs, and even telephone wires.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Soft, darkened base:
    Plant rot
    Curled or shriveled leaves:
    Low humidity, underwatered
    Not green when wet:
    Dead plant.
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Origin:

Southern Africa, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in medium to bright indirect light. Not suited for direct sunlight.
  • Water
    Water every 1 week, allowing soil to dry out halfway down between waterings. This plant will benefit from higher humidity.
  • Pets
    This plant is pet friendly!
  • Fun Fact
    New fronds come up as a copper-red color and then mature to a deep green with age.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Leaf drop, dry potting mix:
    Thirsty plant, underwatered
    Brown, crispy leaves:
    Low humidity.
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Origin:

KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in medium to bright indirect light, but can tolerate low indirect light.
  • Water
    Water every 1–2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out half way down between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light. This plant can benefit from extra humidity.
  • Fun Fact
    Ferns are older than the dinosaurs. They have shown up in fossils over 350 million years old.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Pale green leaves, dry potting mix:
    Thirsty plant, underwatered
    Yellowing lower leaves, wet potting mix:
    Overwatered.
Encephalartos Ghellinckii for sale near me

Origin:

South African, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in bright indirect light. Can benefit from a few hours of direct sun. Not suited for low light conditions.
  • Water
    Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Wrinkling leaves, dry potting mix:
    Thirsty plant, underwatered
    Mushy stems, wet potting mix:
    Root rot, overwatered
    Leaf drop:
    Low light, moisture-stress.
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Origin:

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in bright indirect to medium indirect light.
  • Water
    Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
  • Fun Fact
    The colorful, patterned foliage and easy going nature of this plant have made them popular among collectors.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Wilting leaves, dry potting mix:
    Thirsty, underwatered
    Yellowing leaves and mushy blackened base:
    Root rot, overwatered.
Encephalartos Horridus for sale near me

Origin:

South Africa, Africa
Category

Horridus Plants Care

  • Light
    Thrives in bright indirect to medium indirect light.
  • Water
    Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
  • Fun Fact
    You might be surprised to know the Horridus “Dwarf “(Broad leaf) Plant is a drought tolerant succulent.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Wrinkled leaves, dry potting mix:
    Thirsty plant, underwatered
    Mushy leaves, wet potting mix:
    Overwatered.

Origin:

KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in bright indirect light, but can tolerate medium indirect light.
  • Water
    Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
  • Pets
    This plant is pet friendly!
  • Fun Fact
    The colorful, patterned foliage and easy going nature of this plant have made them popular among collectors.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Crispy leaf tips, dry potting mix:
    Underwatered, low humidity
    Yellowing leaves, wet potting mix:
    Overwatered.

Origin:

South Africa, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in bright indirect light, but can tolerate medium indirect light.
  • Water
    Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
  • Pets
    This plant is pet friendly!
  • Fun Fact
    The colorful, patterned foliage and easy going nature of this plant have made them popular among collectors.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Wilting plant, dry potting mix:
    Underwatered
    Yellowing leaves, black stems:
    Overwatered.
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Origin:

Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in bright indirect to direct light.
  • Water
    Water every 1–2 weeks in direct light, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light. This plant can benefit from extra humidity.
  • Fun Fact
    Humans seemed to always have a thing for palms. Scientists believe Horridus EX cultivated the date palm over five thousand years ago.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Wilting leaves, dry potting mix:
    Thirsty, underwatered
    Yellowing leaves and mushy blackened base:
    Root rot, overwatered.
Encephalartos Horridus EX

Origin:

South Africa, Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in bright indirect to direct light.
  • Water
    Water every 2–3 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
  • Fun Fact
    Yuccas have adapted to a vast range of environments, from rocky deserts to mountainous regions to subtropical forests.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Crispy or curling leaves, dry potting mix:
    Thirsty plant, underwatered
    Yellowing leaves, wet potting mix:
    Root rot, overwatered.
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Origin:

Africa
  • Light
    Thrives in bright indirect to direct light.
  • Water
    Water every 2–3 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
  • Fun Fact
    Yuccas have adapted to a vast range of environments, from rocky deserts to mountainous regions to subtropical forests.
  • Sad Plant Signs
    Crispy or curling leaves, dry potting mix:
    Thirsty plant, underwatered
    Yellowing leaves, wet potting mix:
    Root rot, overwatered.
Encephalartos Trispinosus for sale near me

Origin:

Africa
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Monstera Plants Care

  • GENERAL CARE
    Low-maintenance and hard to kill.
  • SOIL
    Choose a chunk, well-draining substrate soil.
  • LIGHT
    Bright indirect or filtered sunlight.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Tolerates average household conditions, but prefers humidity above 50%
    and temperatures from 60°F to 85°F.
  • WATER
    Prefers evenly moist (never soggy) soil. Water once every week or two
    depending on the season.
  • FEEDING
    Feed a balanced fertilizer once a month during the growing season only.
  • GROWTH
    Can grow up to 12 feet. Indoor plants care usually reach between 2 to 5 feet
    in height.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

Southern Thailand and Malaysia, Asia
  • GENERAL CARE
    Low-maintenance and easy.
  • SOIL
    Well-draining, high-peat potting mix with a pH ranging from 5.5 to 7
  • LIGHT
    Indirect bright sunlight.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Performs best between 60°F to 80°F with humidity above 60%. However, the plant can tolerate slightly lower humidity.
  • WATER
    Water about once a week to keep the soil slightly moist.
  • FEEDING
    Spring and summer, feed monthly with a half-strength, balanced houseplant fertilizer.
  • GROWTH
    Fast-growing plant will reach 3 to 5 feet in height trained as a houseplant and up to 13 feet as a vine.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
Monstera Adansonii plant for sale

Origin:

Central and South America.
  • GENERAL CARE
    Low-maintenance and easy to grow in the right conditions.
  • SOIL
    Choose a well-draining potting mix with peat.
  • LIGHT
    Place in bright, indirect sunlight.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Prefer temperatures between 60°F and 85°F and humidity above 50%
  • WATER
    Water every 7 to 10 days when the top 1 to 2 inches of soil are dry.
  • FEEDING
    Provide a balanced fertilizer once a month in spring and summer only.
  • GROWTH
    Grows upright as a vine and requires a trellis, moss pole, or a flat board for support.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
Monstera Dubia near me for sale

Origin:

Mexico, Central and South America.
  • GENERAL CARE
    Moderately challenging due to lower rate of photosynthesis and more delicate leaves.
  • SOIL
    Well-draining potting soil mixed with peat.
  • LIGHT
    Bright indirect or filtered sunlight.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Moderate to high humidity and temperatures from 65°F to 80°F.
  • WATER
    Prefers even moisture, but the soil should never be soggy. Water once every week or two, depending on the season.
  • FEEDING
    Feed once a month in the spring and summer using a balanced houseplant fertilizer.
  • GROWTH
    With large, white patches that lack chlorophyll, these monstera plants don’t photosynthesize as much as their totally green family members. As a result, they’re relatively slow-growing and slightly more delicate.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

Thailand, Asia
  • GENERAL CARE
    Low-maintenance and easy to grow.
  • SOIL
    Prefers a rich, well-draining soil.
  • LIGHT
    Does not tolerate direct sunlight, but grows well in indirect sunlight and partial shade.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Prefers humidity above 50% and temperatures between 65°F and 80°F.
  • WATER
    Water once a week to keep the soil moist, but never let the roots sit in standing water.
  • FEEDING
    Spring and summer only, feed a well-balanced fertilizer once a month.
  • GROWTH
    With support, indoor vines can reach up to 13 feet in height.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

Mexico and Costa Rica, South America.
  • GENERAL CARE
    Not for the faint of heart, this houseplant is challenging and rare. They’re expensive, difficult to acquire, and tough to keep alive.
  • SOIL
    Plants prefer peaty soil, but it’s best to mimic the growing conditions of the plant grower from whom you obtained your Monstera obliqua.
  • LIGHT
    No direct sunlight. Indirect sun and partial shade only.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Requires constant humidity at 85% or higher and stable temperatures of 70°F to 85°F.
  • WATER
    Once a week to maintain slightly moist soil conditions.
  • FEEDING
    Requires infrequent feeding during the growing season only.
  • GROWTH
    Extremely slow-growing – especially compared to other monstera plants.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
Monstera Obliqua for sale near me

Origin:

Mexico & Panama N and S America.
  • GENERAL CARE
    Low-maintenance and easy to grow.
  • SOIL
    Well-draining, rich potting soil mixed with peat.
  • LIGHT
    Bright, indirect sunlight.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Moderate humidity and temperatures between 65°F and 80°F.
  • WATER
    Water every one to two weeks to keep soil constantly moist, but avoid soggy soil.
  • FEEDING
    Fertilize once a month during the growing season with a well-balanced houseplant fertilizer.
  • GROWTH
    Fast-growing, reaches about 1 foot in height unsupported, indoors.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

Mexico & Central America
  • GENERAL CARE
    Easy to care for and grow in the right conditions.
  • SOIL
    Well-draining potting soil mixed with peat
  • LIGHT
    Moderate to high humidity and temperatures from 65°F to 80°F
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Moderate to high humidity and temperatures from 65°F to 80°F.
  • WATER
    Depending on the season, water once every week or two to maintain evenly moist soil.
  • FEEDING
    Spring and summer only, fertilize once a month with a balanced houseplant fertilizer.
  • GROWTH
    Moderate grower that performs best in a container with a trellis or other vertical support.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
Monstera Pinnatipartita online for sale

Origin:

West Indies, South America.
  • GENERAL CARE
    Fairly rare to find and moderately challenging to grow.
  • SOIL
    Well-draining potting soil mixed with peat.
  • LIGHT
    Bright indirect or filtered sunlight.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Can tolerate average indoor conditions, but grows best in humidity at or above 60% and temperatures from 65°F to 85°F, which can be more easily achieved in a terrarium.
  • WATER
    Prefers even moisture but should never sit in standing water. Water once every week or two, depending on the season.
  • FEEDING
    Feed with a balanced houseplant fertilizer once a month during the growing season.
  • GROWTH
    Rarely achieves mature size indoors. Expect plants to remain in juvenile form.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
Monstera Siltepecana online near me

Origin:

Mexico and Guatemala, Central America.
  • GENERAL CARE
    Low maintenance and easy to grow.
  • SOIL
    Standard potting soil mixed with peat.
  • LIGHT
    Does best with bright indirect light, but can thrive in a variety of light conditions. Avoid direct sunlight.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Prefers average to moderate humidity and temperatures between 65°F to 85°F.
  • WATER
    Water when the top-half of soil is dry and allow water to drain completely.
  • FEEDING
    Feed once a month during spring and summer.
  • GROWTH
    In the wild, this vine will climb up to 50 feet. Indoors, the plant can grow as tall as whatever is supporting it.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.

Origin:

Guatemala, Costa Rica and Honduras, Central and South America
  • GENERAL CARE
    Low maintenance and easy to grow.
  • SOIL
    Well-draining potting soil mixed with peat.
  • LIGHT
    Filtered or indirect sunlight.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Prefers moderate to high humidity and temperatures between 65°F to 80°F.
  • WATER
    Water every one to two times a week, depending on the season, to prevent the soil from drying out, but be sure to allow water to drain completely.
  • FEEDING
    Feed once a month in spring and summer with a well-balanced fertilizer.
  • GROWTH
    Fast-growing. Individual vines can reach up to 20 feet in length when supported. Indoors, expect vines to reach 2 to 5 feet.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

Central and South America.
  • GENERAL CARE
    This easy to grow plant requires little maintenance, except the occasional trim to control growth.
  • SOIL
    Choose a well-draining potting mix with peat at a pH ranging from 5.5 to 6.
  • LIGHT
    Bright indirect light to medium light.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Prefers temperatures between 65°F to 85°F. The plant will tolerate average home humidity, but it prefers more humid conditions.
  • WATER
    Water once every one to two weeks when the soil has dried.
  • FEEDING
    Fertilize once a month in spring and summer with a basic houseplant fertilizer.
  • GROWTH
    This is a fast-growing plant that can reach up to nearly 10-feet tall indoors and nearly 70-feet tall in the wild.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.

Origin:

Southern Mexico & Panama, Central America.
  • GENERAL CARE
    Water the Monstera acuminata only when the top 2 inches of soil have
    dried out. Ensure that you water it moderately and evenly.
  • SOIL
    Soils or potting mixes that are rich in organic matter, well-drained and
    aerated.
  • LIGHT
    hot climate might
    require watering more than once in the wee
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    It prefers high humidity of 60% or more, but it withstands lower
    65°F to 86°F (18 to 30 ºC).
  • WATER
    Plan on watering weekly to every other week in the summer and every few
    weeks in the winter.
  • FEEDING
    In addition to sunlight, your Monstera Acuminata also needs fertilizer to
    grow its best. Together, they will allot it to get bigger and grow
    faster. It is also important to feed your plant to ensure that it gets
    enough nutrients.
  • GROWTH
    Can grow up to 12 feet. Indoor plants usually reach between 2 to 5 feet
    in height.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

Central America and Colombia
  • GENERAL CARE
    Low-maintenance and easy.
  • SOIL
    A mix of orchid bark, perlite and compost.very light, loose medium with a
    pH around 6.5.
  • LIGHT
    Bright indirect sunlight.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    A temperature between 68-86°F (20-30°C) and watering once a week on
    average. Humidity should be at 70% or more for optimal conditions.
  • WATER
    Water about once a week to keep the soil slightly moist. A mix of orchid bark, perlite and compost.
  • FEEDING
    Once a month in spring and summer, with a well-diluted high nitrogen
    fertilizer.
  • GROWTH
    The main way of propagating an Anthurium warocqueanum plant is to take a
    cutting of a new shoot from the main stem. A new shoot can be separated
    from the main plant and grown as a new one.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.

Origin:

Peru, South America.
  • GENERAL CARE
    Low-maintenance and easy to grow in the right conditions. To care for Philodendron billetiae provide well-draining soil.
  • SOIL
    Choose a well-draining potting mix with peat. Soil using potting soil, perlite, peat moss, orchid bark, charcoal,
  • LIGHT
    Place in bright indirect light
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Provide a temperature between 65-80°F (18-27°C). The air humidity should
    be above 50%.
  • WATER
    Keep it well watered but allow the soil to dry between watering.
  • FEEDING
    Fertilize monthly with a liquid fertilizer at half-strength during spring
    and summer.
  • GROWTH
    It takes around a month for roots to start to grow. It takes a few more
    months for the wound to grow long enough roots to plant. Once the roots
    are about three inches in length, they’re ready to plant.

  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
Philodendron Billietiae Variegated care of house plant

Origin:

Southern Mexico and Panama, Central America.
  • GENERAL CARE
    Black Cardinal is best grown in well-drained, moist soil in part shade.
  • SOIL
    Loose, well-draining and rich in organic matter. You can use African
    violet soil mix, or prepare your own mix using perlite, peat moss, or
    vermiculite in combination with soil.
  • LIGHT
    It is also an excellent houseplant in bright, warm indoor spaces.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Well suited to humid & tropical climate. They like humidity, so you might
    maintain the humidity around them with a pebble tray of water. are
    subtropical plants with large dark burgundy leaves that prefer a
    temperature within 65-78˚F.
  • WATER
    You should water your Black Cardinal plant when the top inch of soil is
    dry. When watering your Black Cardinal be sure to water the plant
    thoroughly, allowing the water to drain completely.
  • FEEDING
    Feed your philodendron black cardinal once a month during the spring and
    summer when it is actively growing. You should see the plant growing
    during this time..
  • GROWTH
    Philodendron can grow fast, especially during spring and summer, and
    therefore will require re-potting frequently during these times.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

America, North America
  • GENERAL CARE
    Too much light can burn the leaves, yet too little light will result in
    none of those iconic leaf fenestrations.
  • SOIL
    Use a peaty soil that drains well so your monstera doesn’t dry out too
    quickly or sit in water. They don’t like wet feet! Try mixing a few
    handfuls of peat moss into regular potting soil or even cactus mix.
  • LIGHT
    Typically, Monsteras need 5 to 8 hours of bright indirect light a day to
    thrive.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Shines in a moist humid place. Temperature- Ideal temperature for this
    plant is around 60 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • WATER
    These plants need to be moderately watered, ensuring that the top 3 or 4
    inches of soil is left to dry out entirely before you have another
    watering session. These plants are susceptible to root rot so they should
    not be left to stand in water or live in drenched soil.
  • FEEDING
    In spring and summer, when the plants are actively growing, it’s a good
    idea to feed them once a month with a liquid fertilizer like Espoma’s
    Organic Indoor! plant food.
  • GROWTH
    When grown indoors, Monstera deliciosa can reach a whooping height
    of almost 10 feet (3 meters), with leaves as wide as 2 feet (60 cm). In
    comparison, Monstera borsigiana comes across as a dwarf variety: it
    rarely grows taller than 7 feet (2.1 meters), and the leaves are also
    smaller and more compact.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

Central America
  • GENERAL CARE
    Keep your esqueleto well away from drafts, heaters, AC/heating vents,
    fireplaces, etc. These can freeze, scorch, or dry out the delicate leaves
    in a snap! Proper humidity is also crucial for keeping the leaves
    healthy.
  • SOIL
    When it comes to soil, choose a light, loamy, well-aerated soil with a pH
    between 5.5 and 7. A rare, delicate plant like Monstera. The plants
    thrive in dense, nutrient-rich soil, but don’t do well in potting soils
    with bark or compost.
  • LIGHT
    In the rainforests where it originates, Monstera esqueleto thrives in the
    indirect sunlight on the forest floor where the canopy protects.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Monstera equeleto will thrive in temperatures from 70-80 degrees
    Fahrenheit. High 60s can be okay, but don’t let temps drop below 65
    degrees or rise above 85 degrees.
  • WATER
    Like other monstera varieties, Monstera esqueleto does best in evenly
    moist soil, which means that you should water when the top 2 inches.
  • FEEDING
    You should be fertilizing your Monstera at least once a month with a
    balanced houseplant fertilizer diluted to half strength.
  • GROWTH
    The leaves of an indoor adansonii measure around 4-6 inches long (though
    mature leaves can reach up to 20-30 inches long when grown on a trellis
    with lots of room), leaves of Monstera esqueleto can grow up to 2 feet
    long indoors. Still, it can be challenging to tell the two apart when
    they’re young.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

South America.
  • GENERAL CARE
    Great for people who like extraordinary evergreen houseplants. Besides,
    it isn’t a demanding plant.
  • SOIL
    Use a well-draining airy potting mix consisting of 100% peat moss or a
    peat moss perlite mix. keep the soil slightly moist when watering.
  • LIGHT
    All it needs is enough filtered light, Provide bright indirect light.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Temperatures (from 60 to 75 degrees F), moderate humidity, t grows best
    at a temperature between 64-79°F (18-26°C). 60% or more humidity is best
    for the plant to thrive.
  • WATER
    Burle Marx plant, you need well-draining soil. This type of soil ensures
    excess water drains through the plant pot.
  • FEEDING
    Since it is a fast-growing plant, it needs fertilizing throughout the
    growing season (spring and summer). Do it once a month in this period.
    You can use regular houseplant fertilizer.
  • GROWTH
    It is a climbing plant and can be pointed to grow in different directions
    – however you like it. It has beautiful, exotic, and jungle-like.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.

Origin:

Brazil, South America
  • GENERAL CARE
    Monsteras appreciate a warm, humid environment, a good amount of water
    and gentle sunlight. Place your Monstera where it can receive medium to
    bright indirect light.
  • SOIL
    Often yellow leaves is a sign of too much water. However, it can also be
    due to lack of moisture. Again, check the soil to see whether.
  • LIGHT
    Good exposure to bright natural light, morning sun or grow lights .
    Monsteras need 5 to 8 hours of bright indirect light a day to thrive.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Marmorata yellow is around 65%-70%. If your room
    doesn’t have sufficient humidity, adding a moss pole, grouping a number
    of plants in one area, or potting your variegated
  • WATER
    The Yellow Variegated Monstera has simple watering needs from making
    your Marmorata plant stay in soggy soil or standing water.
  • FEEDING
    You should be fertilizing your Monstera at least once a month with a
    balanced houseplant fertilizer diluted to half strength.
  • GROWTH
    Distinct because it features beautiful
    and unique yellow variegations on its larges split leaves.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

Mexico and Panama, Central America
  • GENERAL CARE
    Give your plant the right amount of light. Split-leaf philodendrons
    prefer bright indirect light, so any room with a south or east-facing
    window is a suitable place for your plant.
  • SOIL
    Keep your potting soil moist, but not drenched. Plant in a peaty soil. An
    easy trick is to mix equal parts perlite, peat moss, and regular indoor
    potting mix for the right balance of drainage and moisture retention.
    Repot every two years so your plant has room to grow.
  • LIGHT
    Bright indirect light, so any room with a south or east-facing window is
    a suitable place for your plant.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    They thrive at 65-80°F (18-27°C). They can’t tolerate anything lower than
    60°F (16°C). Humidity: The Split Leaf Philodendron is a rainforest native
    and therefore prefers an environment where humidity is at 40%.
  • WATER
    Water a Split leaf philodendron well, until the water drains out the drip
    holes in the bottom of the pot. Allow the top 25-30% of the soil to dry
    out before watering again. Keep the soil of a Split leaf philodendron
    damp but never soggy.
  • FEEDING
    In spring and summer, when the plants are actively growing, it’s a good
    idea to feed them once a month with a liquid fertilizer like Espoma’s
    Organic Indoor! plant food.
  • GROWTH
    A Split Leaf philodendron grows rapidly indoors, especially if the
    humidity is high, and often has leaves that are as large as 3ft. long and
    2ft. wide. When grown as a houseplant, it takes about 15–20 years for a
    Split Leaf philodendron plant to produce flowers.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

Southern Mexico & Panama, Central America
  • GENERAL CARE
    Monstera subpinnata has a medium water requirement allowing the soil to
    slightly dry in-between waterings.
  • SOIL
    They love moist soil, not very wet or soggy soil (as it causes root rot)
    or too dry.
  • LIGHT
    Monstera subpinnata requires medium to bright indirect light for at least
    12 hours a day. Nonetheless, it can still tolerate medium to lower.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Average to above average, i.e., 50% or more but can tolerate household
    humidity with occasional misting 65°F to 85°F, not frost hardy.
  • WATER
    Monstera subpinnata has a medium water requirement allowing the soil to
    slightly dry in-between waterings. They love moist soil.
  • FEEDING
    Monstera subpinnata require medium feeding and the fertilizer should be
    balanced. We recommend an all-purpose, balanced liquid houseplant.
  • GROWTH
    Your plant’s growth depends on
    its access to light and water. With bright indirect light and steady
    humidity, Monsteras can grow 12-24 inches per year in ideal conditions.
    Bear in mind that the normal growth trend of the Monstera is to spread
    widely rather than attaining height.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.

Origin:

South America
  • GENERAL CARE
    keep your Thai Monstera in bright ambient light. The brighter the better
    (within reason, dry, crispy edges and tips could mean you need to back
    off a bit).
  • SOIL
    Soil. Monstera Thai Constellation loves moist soil with high organic
    matter and nutrients. Choose a peat-based soil mix that is light and airy
    to reduce the chances of overwatering the plant, especially in cold
    months. The potting mix should consist of the right amount of bark and
    perlite to aid in draining.
  • LIGHT
    Like any variegated plant, keep your Thai Monstera in bright ambient
    light. The brighter the better (within reason, dry, crispy edges and tips
    could mean you need to back off a bit). Unlike some highly-variegated
    plants though, the Thai can handle some direct sunlight.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    It needs water in a balanced way. Never overwater and never let the soil
    completely dry out for a long period. Humidity is the key to the good
    health of Monstera Thai Constellation. Keep humidity higher than 80
    percent for best results.
  • WATER
    Always check the moisture level before watering your Monstera plant. You
    may use a moisture meter to track the moisture level more precisely.
    Water the Thai Constellation regularly once a week.
  • FEEDING
    Thai Constellation should be fed moderately with an indoor plant
    fertilizer every 4-6 weeks.
  • GROWTH
    The adult plant can take between one to two years for full development.
    The growth of the Monstera Thai Constellations typically depends on
    sufficient light, water and nutrients mostly. The ideal condition for
    growth is bright indirect light and consistent watering. The plant can
    grow 1-2 feet taller every year
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

Southern Thailand, Asia
  • GENERAL CARE
    Philodendron Florida Beauty prefers bright indirect light and rich and
    well-draining potting soil. Watering regularly is necessary, but just
    enough to keep the soil slightly moist, not waterlogged.
  • SOIL
    Well drained but moist, rich organic mix. Remember try to stay away from
    wet, mucky or dry, sandy soils. To help establish your new Florida
    Variegated Philodendron, fertilize sparingly at least 6 inches away from
    the base, tri-annually with a slow time released product.
  • LIGHT
    This Philodendron requires 70-85% sunlight. Depending on your location
    filtered sun is best. In the northern end of their grow zone Florida
    Variegated plants should be brought indoors or protected during the
    winter months.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Philodendron Florida Beauty prefers bright indirect light and rich and
    well-draining potting soil. Watering regularly is necessary, but just
    enough to keep the soil slightly moist, not waterlogged. This plant fares
    best in temperatures no less than 50°F (10°C) and humidity of at least
    50%.
  • WATER
    Philodendron Florida Beauty needs just enough water to keep the soil
    moist but not waterlogged. Often, this leads to a watering frequency of 1
    to 2 times each week. But, always confirm whether the top 1/4 of the
    soil’s dry before proceeding with the watering.
  • FEEDING
    As a result, the Philodendron Florida Beauty, as well as other plants
    like the Philodendron Florida Ghost, require a high-nitrogen fertilizer.
    The nitrogen boosts the growth of the leaves and improves their overall
    health.
  • GROWTH
    Your climbing enchanter only needs repotting every two to three years as
    it grows slowly. However, if you are uncertain when to do this, you can
    keep an eye on the roots poking through the drainage holes. The reason is
    that Florida Beauty does not enjoy cramped spaces.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

America, North America
  • GENERAL CARE
    To keep this rare but lovely plant healthy, use potting soil enriched
    with perlite and compost.
  • SOIL
    The Philodendron Strawberry Shake enjoys moist soil but it does not like
    wet or soggy soil. Therefore, be careful in giving it too much water.
  • LIGHT
    The Philodendron Strawberry Shake grows best in medium to bright,
    indirect light. This is one plant that favors a well-lit location.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Keep temperatures between 55 and 80℉, maintain relatively high humidity,
    This plant loves high humidity levels around 60-70% but will survive in
    the humidity.
  • WATER
    Water only when top of the soil is dry, and fertilize monthly during the
    spring and summer. This plant requires a moderate amount of water. It is
    very important to prevent overwatering to avoid root.
  • FEEDING
    Feed with a balanced fertilizer once a month during its growing season.
  • GROWTH
    It can reach about 3 feet tall and about 2 to 3 feet wide depending on
    how big you let the leaves grow.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

America, North America
  • GENERAL CARE
    Low-maintenance and easy.
  • SOIL
    Requires a moist but well draining soil Soilless mixtures such as peat-
    vermiculite or peat-perlite are also satisfactory.
  • LIGHT
    Positioned in bright indirect light for best growth and require
    this to thrive. Allow your philodendron to get plenty of bright, but
    indirect sunlight, too much and leaves can turn yellow.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    when in an area which maintains a temperature of 64-73˚F (18-23°C ).
    Humidity: They can survive in a low humidity environment, but it will
    thrive with a higher humidity level. Mist the leaves regularly.
    Temperature: They like to be in a warmer spot about 18 degrees C.
  • WATER
    Its same in care to traditional Cheese plant Monstera Deliciosa. Best
    suited to climbing moss pole or similar support. Watering: water when the
    top 1-inch (2.5 cm) of soil is dry. Keep the potting soil lightly moist
    during the growing season.
  • FEEDING
    Check once a week and water if top 50% of soil is dry. Fertilizer: A
    balanced feed once a month in summer.
  • GROWTH
    Put the cutting in a cup of water-soaked moss. Put the cutting in bright,
    but indirect sunlight. Wait for it to root and produce growth from the
    top of the node, this can take anywhere from one to six weeks. You can
    then pot the plant up into soil.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

South America
  • GENERAL CARE
    Low-maintenance and easy to grow in the right conditions.
  • SOIL
    Choose a well-draining potting mix with peat.
  • LIGHT
    Place in bright, indirect sunlight.
  • TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY
    Prefer temperatures between 60°F and 85°F and humidity above 50%
  • WATER
    Water every 7 to 10 days when the top 1 to 2 inches of soil are dry.
  • FEEDING
    Provide a balanced fertilizer once a month in spring and summer only.
  • GROWTH
    Grows upright as a vine and requires a trellis, moss pole, or a flat board for support.
  • TOXICITY
    Toxic to cats, and dogs.
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Origin:

Southern Mexico & Panama, Central America