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Areca Palm Houseplant

Areca Palm Care

Giving an instant tropical feel to your home, the Areca Palm house plant will look lovely in any room in your home. It’s a great housewarming gift! The air-purifying qualities of the large foliage leaves make the Areca Palm one of the most popular house plants, it’s easy to care for too. Areca Palms are relatively slow growers and the most common cause of killing is over watering as they are susceptible to root rot. Make sure to stick to a watering schedule and feel the top layer of the soil before you water.

Water
Water it regularly during growing season, make sure to allow the soil to dry out before watering again. Leave it longer between watering in the winter months.

Light
Display your Areca Palm house plant in an area of indirect, bright, light to help it thrive in your home. Direct sunlight can scorch the leaves so be careful placing near a south facing window.

Boston Plant Care

This lovely Boston Fern house plant will thrive in humid conditions, so it’s best to place it on display in your kitchen or bathroom. Macrame plant hangers are bang on trend at the moment, and your Boston Fern will certainly look the part displayed in one of those. High humidity and not letting the soil dry out is key to helping this little plant thrive. Get yourself a plant misting bottle and regularly mist the leaves on your Boston Fern to keep it nice and healthy.

Water
Your Boston Fern will need regular watering. It’s one of the only plants that you should never let the soil dry out on.

Light
Display your Boston Fern house plant in an area of indirect, bright, light to help it thrive in your home. Direct sunlight will scorch the foliage.

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Calathea Medallion Care

Calathea Medallion Care

This beautiful plant is part of the prayer plant family and will look simply stunning in your home, bringing nature indoors. Its leaves are instantly recognisable for their medallion shape and unique colouring, with different tones of green and the bright purple colouring on the under leaf. Your Calathea Medallion plant will need a little extra TLC to keep the leaves looking bright and perky. Make sure to keep the soil nice and moist and evenly watered and place it in an area of indirect light.

Water
The Calathea Medallion will need watering regularly. Make sure to evenly water the soil to keep it moist and never let the soil dry out.

Light
With the right care your Calathea Medallion can grow quite fast, display it in an area of indirect but bright light. Direct sunlight will scorch the leaves.

Dragon Tree Care

The Dragon Tree houseplant, often also known as a Dracaena, is super easy to care for and will look great on display in any room in your house. It doesn’t require much watering but prefers humid conditions. It’s a great idea to get a plant misting bottle to lightly mist the leaves on the Dragon Tree to keep them healthy. Be careful not to overwater your Dragon Tree as this can damage the roots and could cause it to not grow as well.

Water
Dracaena houseplants don’t need too much watering, check the top layer of your soil before you water and regularly mist the leaves to replicate the humid conditions.

Light
Place your Dragon Tree in an area of indirect light, it can survive in shadier areas of your home as long as it gets a little bit of natural light during the day.

Dragon Tree Care

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Elephant Ears Care

Known for the unique ‘Elephant ear’ shape of its leaves, this houseplant has a tropical feel and is sure to make a great gift. Often known by its botanical name, Alocasia, it's quite an easy houseplant to care for and like many of its plant pals it will thrive on humid conditions, so a misting bottle is key to helping your Elephant Ears grow. Keep it misted regularly but make sure to not over water. Make sure to check the top layer of the soil before you water.
Water
The key with an Elephant Ears plant is to not over water it as it doesn't like feeling soggy. Water it little and often and mist the leaves to replicate the humid conditions it’s used to.

Light
Keep your Alocasia houseplant in an area away from direct sunlight as this will scorch the leaves. Indirect sunlight will help your Elephant Ears thrive.

Fiddle Leaf Fig

The unique violin shaped leaves on the Fiddle Leaf Fig houseplant make it easy to see where it gets its name from. It’s a beauty of a tropical plant and is sure to look great in your home. Fiddle Leaf Figs are prone to damage from overwatering so be careful and make sure to set a watering routine for it. The large dramatic leaves of this plant make it super popular, but easy to damage in direct sunlight. Keep it in an area of bright indirect light with no direct sunlight.

Water
The key to making sure your Fiddle Leaf Fig houseplant thrives in your home is to plant it in well-draining soil and keeping it moist by misting it regularly.

Light
Display your Fiddle Leaf Fig in a bright area away from any direct sunlight and it is sure to thrive. Don't let the leaves scorch in sunlight.

 Fiddle Leaf Fig Care

Indian Laurel Care

Indian Laurel Care

Also known as the Ficus Ginseng, this lovely little bonsai style houseplant makes the perfect addition to any room and will bring those tropical vibes to your house. The Indian Laurel plant will need pruning as it grows to maintain the structure and shape of the tree. Make sure to let the soil dry out between watering as this sturdy plant can store water in its roots and is susceptible to root rot from overwatering. Display in bright light to encourage growth.

Water
Let your Indian Laurel plant thrive by leaving the soil to dry out fully between watering. It’s much better to underwater the Ficus Ginseng than over water.

Light
Display the Ficus Ginseng plant in an area that will get plenty of bright light as this will encourage it to grow, don’t forget to prune it as it grows!

Parlor Palm

With its palm like leaves the Parlor Palm houseplant is perfect for making your home feel like a tropical oasis. Also known by its botanical name Chamaedorea, this tropical plant is used to a humid environment to grow in. It’s a great plant to display in the kitchen or bathroom, get a plant misting bottle to mist between watering to replicate the humid conditions. Keep the soil moist and maintain a regular watering routine to keep your Parlor Palm houseplant healthy.

Water
Keep the soil for your Parlor Palm houseplant nice and moist and maintain a regular watering routine. Mist the leaves between watering to replicate the humid conditions.

Light
The Parlor Palm plant will thrive on being displayed in either your kitchen or bathroom in an area of indirect light, do not place in an area where it will receive direct sunlight as this will scorch the leaves.

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orchid care guide

Phalaenopsis Orchid

Commonly known as a Moth Orchid, this is one of the most popular varieties of orchid as it has long-lasting flowers that can bloom all year round. It’s an easy houseplant to care for, which makes it hugely popular as a housewarming gift. The flowers on the moth orchid can last for three months, once they begin to fade cut these back. It requires a healthy amount of light and a good watering routine, remember to never let the Moth Orchid sit in water.

Water
Regularly water your orchid during spring and summer but never let it sit in a tray of water, avoid letting the roots dry out. Keep the foliage dry and reduce watering schedule in winter.

Light
A good amount of light is key to encourage flowering on your orchid. An east or west facing window is the ideal spot, but a shadier spot in summer is a good idea to protect it from direct sunshine.

Rose Plant

A potted rose plant makes a gorgeous addition to any room in your home. It’s the perfect gift for any occasion and is sure to bring a smile to their face. Potted rose plants can be a little tricky to look after, but with the right care and attention it is sure to thrive. Place it in an area in your home with a lot of bright light, ideally a good amount of sunlight, and make sure you keep up a regular watering schedule to encourage the roses to grow and look their best.

Water
Maintain a regular watering routine to keep your potted rose plant looking its best, never let the soil dry out.

Light
Your rose plant will really thrive and look its best if it's placed in an area that gets plenty of bright light.

rose plant care

Sansevieria care guide

Sansevieria

Commonly known as ‘Mother-in-law's tongue’ or ‘African spear plant’, this spikey little plant is one of the trendiest houseplants. Whether you’ve got a spikey or snake variation, they are slow growing and with the right care will thrive. They’re pretty indestructible plants and the key to helping them thrive is not to overwater them as they don’t require a lot of watering. They will survive in a shadier environment so they’re the ideal plant to brighten a corner of your home.

Water
Don’t overwater your Sansevieria plant! Maintain a regular watering schedule and only water when the top of the soil is dry

Light
The Sansevieria can thrive in shadier environments and is best kept in an area of indirect light to help it to grow.

Spider Plant

A Spider Plant is one of the most popular houseplants as it is super easy to care for and grow. Often known by its botanical name of ‘Chlorophytum comosum’ It’s known for the long spider-like leaves that grow out of it. They look super chic displayed in a macrame plant pot hung up, or on any side in your home. They’re an excellent gift for any occasion.

Water
Spider plants like even moisture, don’t over water them and stick to a watering routine to make sure this guy doesn’t dry out

Light
Your Spider Plant will like quite a bit of indirect bright light, but no direct sunlight as this will scorch its leaves and cause brown spots

Spider Plant Care

Swiss cheese care

Swiss Cheese Plant

The big glossy leaves of a Swiss Cheese Plant are where this guy gets his name from, also commonly known as Monstera. It’s a hugely popular plant for many reasons, not only does it look great in any corner of your home but it's also quite easy to look after if you know how. They like humid conditions but can adapt to being dry, a top tip is to get a misting bottle and lightly mist the leaves.

Water
Make sure you don’t overwater your Swiss Cheese Plant, let the soil dry out a little before topping up with water, and reduce watering schedule in winter when it isn’t actively growing

Light
Position your Swiss Cheese Plant in an area of indirect sunlight. It can thrive quite nicely in a shaded area but likes to be kept in a place with high humidity so regularly mist its leaves

Weeping Fig

The elegant Weeping Fig tree is commonly known as Ficus Benjamina and has grown in popularity due to its air purifying qualities and tolerance for limited light when kept indoors. This plant will need plenty of indirect sunlight and will thrive on being kept in a bright room. Weeping Fig’s will be happy with a little bit of afternoon sun so carefully consider its position in your home.

Water
Keep a watering schedule for your Weeping Fig to make sure it doesn’t dry out and you do not over water it, it may develop root rot if watered too regularly

Light
The Weeping Fig plant will like a bright room, with plenty of indirect sunlight. Don’t let it sit in the sun as that may scorch its leaves

Weeping fig care

Yucca plant care

Yucca Plant

The Yucca plant is a great gift for any new plant parent, as they are notoriously easy to care for. It’s slow growing and easy to maintain with luscious green leaves and a sturdy trunk. They love a bright room and plenty of sunlight and are sure to liven up any corner of your home. If your yucca is looking a little limp, it’s likely you’ve over watered it.

Water
The most common reason for killing your yucca plant is overwatering, keep the watering schedule light and make sure the soil doesn’t get waterlogged

Light
Display your yucca plant in a bright room with plenty of sunlight, it can even be kept in direct light for short bursts to let it grow a bit faster

Zanzibar Gem

This is a low maintenance plant that makes a great gift for any occasion. With its instantly recognisable shiny, oval shaped leaves, the Zanzibar Gem (or ZZ plant) will look great in your home and bring air purifying qualities with it. It’s a drought tolerant plant so keep your watering schedule on the light side and make sure to let the soil dry out before watering it.

Water
Keep your watering schedule light to help your Zanzibar Gem houseplant happy and healthy in your home, feel the top layer of soil to check it is dry before watering

Light
You can display your Zanzibar Gem anywhere in your home, whether it’s bright or dark and it will thrive. Don’t let it get too much direct sunlight though as this may scorch the leaves

zanzibar gem care