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HOUSEPLANT INSTRUCTIONS

Size: The following sizes listed are average for the plant species. Your houseplant may be smaller or larger depending on the health of the plant and climate where you live.

  •      Aglaonema: 1’-4’ tall & wide
  •      Alternanthera: 1' tall & wide
  •      Anthurium: 2'-3' tall and wide
  •      Begonia: 1'-3' tall and wide
  •      Bird's Nest Fern: Up to 5'
  •      Breynia Disticha: 2'-4' tall and wide
  •      Caladium: 1'-3' tall and wide
  •      Calathea: 2’ tall
  •      Ctenanthe: up to 3' tall
  •      Dracaena: 3’ tall
  •      Dieffenbachia: 3-6' tall, 1-3' wide
  •      Fatsia: 6'-10' tall and wide
  •      Ficus: Can grow up to 10’ tall! However, can easily be trimmed and shaped to a suitable size for your home. Most Ficus’ stay around 5’-6’ with proper care. 
  •      Fittonia: Less than 1' tall and wide
  •      Hemigraphis: 1'-2' tall and wide
  •      Hypoestes: 1'-3' tall and wide
  •      Jasmine: (Vining) Can grow up to 10'-15' if not trimmed
  •      Kalanchoe: Less than 1' tall
  •      Maranta: 1' tall and wide or less
  •      Monstera: 3-8’ tall, 1-3 ‘ wide. Can easily be trimmed back to a suitable size for your home. Does well as a hanging/climbing plant. Some varieties do not develop their 'holes' or 'splits' in the leaves until year 2-3.
  •      Oxalis: 1' tall and wide
  •      Peperomia: Up to 1'
  •      Philodendron: Our current Philodendron species all grow to be 3’ or shorter when mature. Does well as a hanging/climbing plant.
  •      Pilea: 1' or less
  •      Platycerium: 2-3' tall and wide
  •      Schefflera: 10'+ if not trimmed
  •      Syngonium: 2’-3’ tall and wide

Temperature/Humidity: Loves warm & humid climates. Temperature at 65+ degrees & Humidity 50%-60%.

Pet Friendly: The plants listed below have been reported as Pet-Safe! We still recommend placing your plant in a location where your pet is not able to reach it.

  • Calathea
  • Peperomia Raindrop
  • Bird's Nest Fern
  • Fatsia
  • Fittonia
  • Hemigraphis
  • Jasmine
  • Maranta
  • Pilea
  • Platycerium

Edible: No. Our houseplants are not edible.

Soil: Use a well-draining, slightly acidic potting soil. Peat-moss (or a peat alternative) may be used. 

Lighting: Houseplants need several hours of good lighting each day. A south-facing window is best for lighting throughout the mornings and afternoons. Gro-lights are a great alternative for areas in the home that do not receive enough sunlight.

Water: Water thoroughly when soil begins to dry. We recommend using Distilled, Reverse Osmosis, or Rainwater.