• Advanced Plant Care: Ficus Friends - There’s more to life than the Fiddle-leaf Fig!

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    The Ficus lyrata is not the only pretty Ficus in town. There are many that are just as lovely and easier to care for - imagine that!

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  • PLANT TALK: Plants for Sunny Areas

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    We get it, your diamond shoes are too tight: you have a space that is so sun-filled that you frequently have to close the blinds to be comfortable. Okay, fine – it’s an actual problem. While we most often receive low light plant queries, sunny spaces also need to have the right plants lest you run the risk of scorching leaves. What are the best plants for areas over-flowing with sunshine? Glad you asked.

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  • PLANT TALK: Plants for Low Light

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    We do not all have the glory of a sun-drenched solarium to sip our tea in amongst our thriving, sun-loving plants. Sigh. Not only do we not all have solariums but many of us are working with low light throughout our apartments. Double sigh. However, living in a home that is light-challenged does not mean we must be plant deficient!

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  • STAFF PICK: Dracaena marginata

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    I truly love nothing more than the staggered canes of the Dracaena marginata. To me, it’s the classic Mom plant of the 90’s and while some trends from that decade do not stand the test of time, I believe the Dracaena marginata remains elegant as ever.

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  • Advanced Plant Care: Bringing your plants outside for the summer

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    Can you bring your indoor plants outside during the summer months? Absolutely! But when creating your outdoor oasis not all plants were created equal. The most important thing to keep in mind when bringing your plants out is that the conditions outside are much more variable than inside. Here are some things to consider along with some plant suggestions.
     

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  • STAFF PICK: Schefflera Amate

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    Well, the Schefflera amate isn’t what I would call an “it plant,” but there is something quite interesting about its shape as it grows to maturity. It has beautiful dark, glossy leaves that radiate from the stem in a finger-like pattern. Over time, the plant will develop a woody trunk which gives it a unique tree form. I love the amate because it is a quintessential grandma plant; easy care, pleasant looking, and will make you look like you have your life together. Thanks, grandma. It isn’t flashy, but with the amount of time I spend gazing at my plants, the amate has earned a special place in my heart. 

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  • PLANT TALK: Ficus lyrata

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    Prized and loved by many, the Ficus lyrata or fiddle leaf fig is a beautiful, large-leafed plant. Cultivated as a tree or bush form, you’ve probably seen it in a design magazine or movie. It’s beautiful, no doubt there, but there are a few things you should know before you take one home.

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  • Advanced Plant Care: Plants And Pets

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    Many people are unaware that several of the most common houseplants are in fact toxic to our pets. So how do you moderate your space when you’re a lover of flora AND fauna? Easy! Just do some research.

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  • PLANT TALK: Plants for Beginners

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    Are you plant-curious? Do you think you may be ready to become a plant parent? If you are looking to make your home a little greener, but have no idea where to begin, we have three plants for you to consider! These are typically the plants that we suggest because they are easy to care for, low maintenance, and pretty understanding of different lighting conditions. Let’s go!

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