Plants We Love - Bright Light
In New England bright light usually means the South or SW facing windows of your home. Plants that need bright indirect light can be placed up to several feet…
Dracaena Lemon Lime
Light - Medium to bright indirect, too bright will scorch leaves. Water - when top 1-2" of soil is dry, prefers soil to dry out before watering Effective air purifier; drying and browning of the lower leaves is normal, simply trim off. Toxic to pets
Prefers direct or bright indirect light. Keep soil slightly moist (water approx 1x a week). Do not let soil get soggy. Fill each pitcher with 1/4" of water. Carnivorous plants, will eat flies and bugs. Use distilled water or rain water. Non-toxic
Ficus benghalensis LIGHT: bright, indirect. WATER: when soil is dry about 1-2 inches down. Sensitive to over watering. Easier to care for than the Fiddle Leaf Ficus. National tree of India, the tree that Buddha achieved enlightenment while sitting under.
Snake Plant Laurentii
Snake Plant Laurentii BRIGHTNESS: Low, Medium, or Bright, thrives in bright, but tolerates low. WATER: About every 2 weeks Allow potting mix to dry out completely between waterings. HUMIDITY: Any. BENEFITS: Air purifier, high oxygen production. Photo Credit: thesill.com
BRIGHTNESS: Low, Medium, or Bright, thrives in bright, but tolerates low. WATER: About every 2 weeks Allow potting mix to dry out completely between waterings. HUMIDITY: Any. BENEFITS: Air purifier, high oxygen production. Photo Credit: mycityplants.com
STAGHORN FERN: Bright indirect light. Requires frequent watering, but allow the plant medium to dry out in between. Wet the leaves as well as the soil. Do not cut off brown shield fronds at the base of the plant. The foliar fronds may droop or be erect, depending upon the variety of fern. Non-Toxic to Dogs & Cats.
PENCIL CACTUS: Needs very little care. Full sun and temperatures of at least 65 F. It will need water approximately every two to three weeks in summer but no water in winter. Allow the plant to dry out between watering. Produces a toxin in the sap that can cause an allergic reaction. Take cuttings with a sterile razor blade and let them dry for two days to form a callus. Insert the cuttings into soil at least an inch deep and mist. Toxic to Dogs & Cats. Irritating but over-rated in toxicity.
Pilea Peperomioides|Chinese money plant|Missionary plant/Pass It On Plant BRIGHTNESS: Medium to Bright, indirect. WATER: Weekly Allow potting mix to dry but not completely. Thirsty plants will have droppy leaves. HUMIDITY: Normal to Humid Normal to higher humidity. Increase humidity if leaf edges crisp. *Do not top off soil with rocks as this will prevent "root babies" from popping up.