Houseplants are a great way to add greenery into any space. They add a unique design element for homes and offices, showing off ones personalized style from eclectic to minimalist. That being said, we all want our houseplants to thrive. The Houseplant Club is dedicated to ensuring proper care for your plants, so that they live a long, healthy life! Feel free to reach out to us for any houseplant questions or concerns.

 
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Ficus Elastica (Rubber)

Light - Bright, indirect light

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing it to dry a bit in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days. Rubber plants also require humidity, so you can mist the foliage daily.

Origin - India, Nepal, China, Malaysia, and others.

Fun Fact - Rubber plants produce a milky sap that can be retrieved once they over six years in age.

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Stromanthe

Light - Bright, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing it to dry a bit in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days. Stromanthe also require high humidity, so you can mist the foliage daily. A tray filled with pebbles and water under the plant can also help provide humidity.

Origin - Brazil

Fun Fact - Stromanthe’s nickname is the never, never plant, and is part of the Maranta family.


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Rabbitfoot Fern

Light - Bright, indirect light.

Water - Water the plant lightly every few days to ensure the soil is moist, but not soggy. Rabbitsfoot ferns also require high humidity, so you can mist the foliage daily.

Origin - Fiji

Fun Fact - Rabbitsfoot ferns derive their name from the furry rhizomes that grow outside of the pot, resembling a rabbits foot. These rhizomes collect moisture from the air.

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Calathea White Fusion

Light - Bright, indirect light. Be careful not to expose the plant to too much light, otherwise the tips of the leaves will start to turn brown and burn.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing it to dry a bit in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days. Calathea white fusion also require high humidity, so you can mist the foliage daily.

Origin - Brazil, Guyana, Colombia, and Nicaragua

Fun Fact - The leaves of the white fusion plant look like an artist painted brush strokes of white, green, and lilac on them.


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False Aralia

Light - Bright to moderate, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing the plant to dry 1 inch in soil depth in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days. False aralia also require high humidity, so you can mist the foliage daily.

Origin - New Caledonia

Fun Fact - False aralia do not like to be moved. Doing so can cause the leaves to fall off, so make changes gradual.

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Birds Nest Fern

Light - Low, indirect light

Water - Most ferns require consistently moist, but not wet, soil. Watering once a week to every ten days allows the plant to dry out a bit in between watering. Unlike other ferns, the birds nest fern does not require as much humidity as other ferns. Misting the plant is still beneficial, but if you miss a day, that’s okay as well.

Origin - Southeastern Asia, Australia, Hawaii, Polynesia, India, and parts of Africa.

Fun Fact- The more light that a birds nest fern receives, the more crinkly its leaves will becomes. The less light that a birds nest fern receives, the more flat leaves.


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Aglonema Sparkling Sarah

Light - Low, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing the plant to dry slightly in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days.

Origin - Southeast Asia

Fun Fact - Do not move the plant too frequently, or the plants leaves will turn yellow. Don’t fret though, new growth will will take the place of the yellow leaves.

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Algonema Pink Moon

Light - Low, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing the plant to dry slightly in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days.

Origin - Southeast Asia

Fun Fact - This plant has striking bright pink spots and stripes, and can produce a small flower similar to a peace lily, consisting of a spathe and spadix.


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Zz

Light - Low, indirect light.

Water - Zz plants only need to be watered once a month. This is because they contain underground rhizomes that can rot easily.

Origin - Africa

Fun Fact - This is the best plant for beginners, or brown thumbs, due to its low light and water needs.

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Calathea Orbifolia

Light - Bright, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing the plant to dry 1 inch in soil depth in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days. Calathea orbifolia also require high humidity, so you can mist the foliage daily.

Origin - South America

Fun Fact - Calatheas are a fantastic plant to purify air, and have eye catching foilage. Calatheas are called ‘living plants’ because they close their leaves at night. There is a small joint between the leaf and the stem, and different amounts of light move the leaves.


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Peace Lily

Light - Low, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing the plant to dry 1 inch in soil depth in between watering. Watering can be done every few days.

Origin - Colombia, Venezuela

Fun Fact - Peace lilies are excellent at air purification. Chemicals they can clean from the air include; benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, toluene, and ammonia.

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Philodendron Brasil

Light - Moderate, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing it to dry a bit in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days. Philodendron brasil also require high humidity, so you can mist the foliage daily.

Origin - South America


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Alocasia African Mask

Light - Bright, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing it to dry a bit in between watering. Watering can be done every few days. Alocasia african mask also require extremely high humidity, so you can mist the foliage daily.

Origin - Philippine Islands

Fun Fact - These plants were a living room staple in the 1950s, adding a pretty cool vintage vibe to interior spaces.

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Peperomia Rosso

Light - Moderate, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing it to dry a bit in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days. Peperomia rosso also require high humidity, so you can mist the foliage daily.

Origin - Brazil

Fun Fact - There are over 1,000 different types of peperomia.


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Calathea Rattlesnake

Light - Bright, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing it to dry a bit in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days. Calathea rattlesnake also require high humidity, so you can mist the foliage daily.

Origin - South America

Tip - Calatheas are a fantastic plant to purify air, and have eye catching foliage. Calatheas are called ‘living plants’ because they close their leaves at night. There is a small joint between the leaf and the stem, and different amounts of light move the leaves.

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Pothos Marble Queen

Light - Moderate, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing it to dry a bit in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days.

Fun Fact - Pothos are mildly toxic to pets, as well as humans. If ingested, the plant can cause nausea and possible vomiting.


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Pothos Neon

Light - Moderate, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing it to dry a bit in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days.

Fun Fact - The foliage of a neon pothos is sure to brighten any space. This plant is also great for beginners.

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Jade

Light - Bright, direct or indirect light.

Water - Jades are part of the succulent family and require minimal watering. Try watering them once every 3 to 4 weeks, allowing the soil to fully drain in between watering.

Origin - South Africa

Fun Fact - Nicknames for this plant include money plant, money tree, and lucky plant.


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Madagascar Palm

Light - Bright, direct or indirect light.

Water - Madagascar palms are part of the cactus family and require minimal watering. Try watering them once every 3 to 4 weeks, allowing the soil to fully drain in between watering.

Origin - Madagascar

Fun Fact - The madagascar palm is a semi-deciduous succulent stemmed tree.

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Sansevieria

Light - Low, indirect light.

Water - Sansevieria are part of the cacti family, and only need to be watered once a month.

Origin - Africa

Fun Fact - Sansevieria have rhizomes which hold water, therefore they do not need to be watered often.


Philodendron Mican

Philodendron Mican

Light - Bright, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing it to dry a bit in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days.

Origin - Caribbean, Colombia, Venezuela, and Asia

Fun Fact - The leaves of micans feel like velvet.

Philodendron Monstera

Philodendron Monstera

Light - Bright, indirect light.

Water - The soil should be kept moist, allowing it to dry a bit in between watering. Watering can be done once a week to every ten days.

Origin - Mexico, Panama

Fun Fact - In the jungle, the plant climbs toward the light, crawling up other plants with aerial roots growing from the stem.