pilea peperomioides

Chinese money plant care | Pilea peperomioides

One of the absolute most popular houseplants of this moment is the Chinese money plant, better known as Pilea peperomioides. Appreciated for its decorative pancake-shaped leaves and easy propagation, Pilea peperomioides is a great choice for anyone, whether beginner or more experienced, looking to add a little green to their home. Keep reading for everything … Read more

chlorophytum comosum

How to care for a spider plant | Chlorophytum comosum

Chlorophytum comosum is commonly known as spider plant, a name which is derived from the appearance of its plantlets, which seem to dangle from the mother plant like spiders from a web. Spider plants are appreciated for their simple care requirements, ability to tolerate relatively low light conditions and easy propagation. Keep reading for everything … Read more

Braided Sansevieria cylindrica succulent houseplant on white background.

Sansevieria cylindrica (cylindrical snake plant) care & info

Sansevieria cylindrica, also known as cylindrical snake plant or African spear plant, is a succulent naturally found in Southern Africa. The genus Sansevieria (snake plants) are appreciated for their hardiness, low light requirements and easy care and this is no different for Sansevieria cylindrica. This, combined with its decorative spikey appearance, makes it a great … Read more

Tradescantia zebrina

Inch plant care & info | Tradescantia zebrina |

Tradescantia zebrina, also known as inch plant or wandering dude, is an easy and fast-growing plant appreciated for its stunning leaf coloration, which can vary from deep purple to bright green. Its non-fussy nature and colorful foliage make it a great choice for both beginners and more experienced plant lovers. Keep reading for everything you … Read more

Beaucarnea recurvata (ponytail palm)

Ponytail palm care & info | Beaucarnea recurvata

Beaucarnea recurvata, also known as Nolina recurvata, elephant’s foot or most commonly as the ponytail palm, is a rather odd-looking houseplant. Juvenile plants look somewhat like onions with a round underside and grass-like leaves on top, while adult specimens have a thick, brown stem from which the leaves sprout like a ponytail. Ponytail palms are suitable for … Read more