We planted this sweet dish garden with four pretty, easy-care houseplants: pink anthurium, peace lily, golden pothos, and pink-flowered kalanchoe. It's lovely as a centerpiece or as entryway decor. And it also makes a welcome gift! As the plants grow, they'll be ready for larger digs — bigger pots — and so four plants means it's really four gifts in one!
No shrinking violet, this handsome houseplant is popular for so many reasons: It's easy to care for. It thrives in most interiors. And its huge leaves seemingly cry out, "Look at me!" If you can only have one houseplant, fiddle leaf fig is your go-to plant. We've paired it with a subtle and sophisticated ceramic cachepot so the fig can take center stage. Note: Keep away from children and pets.
We chose a chic galvanized planter and filled it with a variety of succulents to create this charming dish garden. It's so easy to care for — just a very occasional light watering and bright, indirect light. A nice accent for a side table or tablescape, it also makes the perfect gift for both new and experienced houseplant growers.
Plan now for four very special holiday gift deliveries for that super-special someone closest to your heart — Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, and Mother’s Day. Each easy-care flowering garden arrives in a lovely basket or cachepot for a visual, fragrant gift they’re sure to cherish! Ready to grow, each arrangement will provide weeks of lasting color and joy.
Who wouldn't want a plant called the money tree? Alas, it isn't made of gold or diamonds, but some say that it brings good luck. The growers braid the young saplings' trunks so when you receive it, they've grown together in a lovely form. The braided trunk, combined with the shiny, kelly-green foliage, make this handsome plant a welcome complement to any decor. And if it brings good luck, so much the better!
Arrowhead leaves with vivid chartreuse veins and scalloped edges make this one stunning houseplant! Related to the huge-leaved "elephant ears" plants, Alocasia 'Polly' is much more manageable in size and is perfect for bringing some drama to a tablescape or plant stand. 6" ceramic cachepot has a subtle geometric pattern. Note: Keep away from children and pets.
Heart-shaped leaves are interspersed with glossy red flowers (spathes) that last for months, making this houseplant a cheerful addition to any room. We paired this exotic-looking plant with a ceramic cachepot that has a subtle geometric texture and built-in saucer so it's ready to display. Note: Keep away from children and pets.
Arching foliage and white blooms make this houseplant a sweet addition to any room. Peace lilies (spathiphyllum) are known for their ability to help remove toxins from the air. They require minimal care — simply keep the soil evenly moist. The plant arrives ready to display in a pretty ceramic cachepot. Note: Keep away from children and pets.
Guzmania bromeliads are native to South America, where they grow high up in the branches in tropical forests. The brilliantly colored flowers, or bracts, bring a touch of sculptural artistry to any room. Prefers indirect sunlight. Note: Flower may be orange, red, or pink depending upon grower availability.
This delightful amaryllis produces abundant 5" diameter, brilliant red blooms with white stars on 15" stems. The bulb arrives planted in a chic, textured nickel cachepot. Add it to your holiday amaryllis collection, or give as a special gift to family and friends. Amaryllis are easy-to-grow, no-fuss plants that produce magnificent blooms for months of enjoyment.
Phalaenopsis (moth orchids) are among the easiest orchids to grow, requiring no more care than other common houseplants. Anyone who loves houseplants — from beginner to expert — will appreciate the stately blooms that last for months. Best of all, you can get moth orchids to rebloom without a lot of effort.
It's a myth that orchids are difficult to grow. Yes, some types are fussy, but phalaenopsis (moth orchids) are among the easiest to grow. And the blooms on their tall stems last for several months. Best of all, you can get them to rebloom without a lot of effort.
With its fragrant flowers and leaves, lavender is widely loved for its soothing effects. Blooms can be snipped and dried to make bouquets or scented sachets. Blooms most profusely in late spring.
This handsome wooden box not only contains several sweet indoor gardening tools, but also provides the perfect work surface for bonsai, succulent, or seedling care. Tools fit into custom-shaped hollows on the interior tray, preventing them from sliding or banging around during transportation and storage. Includes:
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