How do I know when to water my plants? It’s a question many of us ask ourselves! So, we went to our HortyGirl potted plant expert to get you some solid advice.
Brilliant and Easy Plant Care Tips
Anthuriums are a low maintenance plant for your home or office. Also known as Flamingo Flower, Lady Jane and Cotton Candy, Anthuriums have dark shiny green leaves with heart shaped flowered blooms in red, white or pink variations.
One of our customers recently emailed us about repotting the sanseveria babies that are growing from her plant. Since the sansevieria plant does grow quite fast, we wanted to share the plant care tips with you!
This past Chinese new year, we introduced the Ginseng Ficus in a cute round glass container to our product line. The Ginseng ficus tree, also known as the Ficus retusa or Ficus microcarpa, have a distinctive bulbous root that resemble ginseng (Hint the name ;)). These trees have also been called Cuban laurels or Indian laurel figs.
The Pachira is also known as the Money Tree or Pachira aquatica. It has a thin trunk that is often braided to add to its unique look, with 5 bright green leaflets.
HortyGirl Grinchy trees were a fabulous hit this past holiday season! The Grinchy or Cypress tree can easily be undressed and replanted to allow you to enjoy it all year long.
Horty Girl offered its regular plant selection in Jade, Tropical palm, Zebra hawarthia, Sansevieria and Marginata all dressed up for the holiday season.
The frosty fern and hardy tree were both placed into a colorful and super cute holiday themed box. This little 4inch box is made from 80 percent recycled plastic – Meaning that is not only washable and reusable, but it is also 100 recyclable.
We have received a few questions regarding the toxicity of our plants and we just wanted to post this really helpful information for your convenience.
Coffee or “coffea arabica” plants are a perfect addition to any home, adding to the elegance of your home. They are generous growers that can continue to grow for many years, reaching up to 15 feet or more. This plant has glossy dark green leaves that have ruffled edge. The coffee tree is actually a variety of a tropical evergreen shrub.