Everyone has their own design preferences. When a style pleases your senses it becomes your aesthetic. Styles can range from simple and light to eclectic and colorful. One thing is for sure, there is a perfect plant for every aesthetic!
Cast-iron plants aren’t just popular due to their arching, glossy, dark green leaves that make them a beautiful and lush houseplant. Instead, it is the fact that this plant is as tough as iron that makes it a huge favorite among people who don’t have much time for plant care.
Hibiscus flowers are among the most popular outdoor plants all over the country; this is because their showy flowers come in an array of eye-catching colors, they’re easy to care for, and they’re good for the bees and butterflies!
ZZ Plants are some of the most popular houseplants on the market. Their beautiful, waxy green appearance earned it the nickname “gem plant”, combined with how adaptable and easy it to care for it makes this plant nearly irresistible.
Depending on how and where it is planted, blue spruce trees can grow anything from 9 to 21 meters tall. Typically they are either planted in a row to form a windbreak or privacy screen, or individually as an ornamental tree.
Prayer plants are well-known as hardy indoor plants that are easy to grow and have vibrantly colorful leaves. But what many people don’t realize is that there are actually several different types of prayer plants out there – and each is unique in its own way.
Christmas Cactus can be found anywhere and everywhere during the holiday season- and for good reason! These plants are loved for their long, hanging branches of glossy green segments that bloom with stunning flowers in a wide variety of colors! Christmas Cacti are part of the succulent family, and with the proper care, they can live as long as 100 years! They get their name from the time of year that they bloom- Christmas time! There are several species that are similar but bloom at different times of the year (Thanksgiving Cactus, Easter Cactus, etc.).
Money trees are very popular household foliage plants, loved for their braided trunks and large, tropical, dark green leaves that fan out around the top. It gets its name from the belief that it brings good fortune to its owner.