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.
Summer is nearing, the sun is shining and things are warming up! We’re all getting back outside into our gardens and starting new projects, it’s by far one of our most favorite times of the year.
Okay, so you've stumbled upon this gold mine of plants that is our web store. You're a plant addict (like us), you want them all. Understandable.
Summer is here, and Independence Day is quickly approaching! That means barbecue, fireworks and everything red, white and blue! It’s always fun to decorate your home and yard for this time of year, and what better way to kick your festivity up a notch by involving your plants?
As a plant parent, you’re probably always on the lookout for stylish (and inexpensive!) ways to display your plant babies. Plant stands can get pretty pricey, especially the trendy modern/boho ones that we all drool over at Target or Home Goods; they sometimes range from $25-$75! Yikes.
When it comes to plants, we think it’s safe to say that more is always better! Sometimes you find one that you love so much that you just want to buy a bunch of them! However, it seems kind of silly to get in the checkout line with 10 swiss cheese plants.
Hunting For Sports: Guest Writer, Artist And Plant Dad Tyler Thrasher Speaks About Searching For Rare And Unique Plants
Not hunting for “sport” or the act of relinquishing beautiful life from a majestic creature. I’m talking the thrill and act of foraging through countless house plants looking for any and all unique or hidden mutations.