Houseplants 2017-07-17T21:37:57+00:00

Houseplants
-Bring Spring INDOORS-

We carry a wide variety of houseplants so you can bring spring indoors!
Our staff has the “grow-knowledgy” to help you keep them 
healthy and vibrant!

Golden Pothos

Benefits: NASA places this plant among the top 3 types of houseplants great for removing formaldehyde. Also known for removing carbon monoxide and increasing general indoor air quality.

Notes: Needs less water in colder temps and partial sun.

Palms

Benefits: According to NASA, it removes formaldehyde and is also said to act as a natural humidifier.

Notes: Likes bright, indirect light and prefers to remain moist but not too much and doesn’t like sitting in water.

Rubber Plant (Ficus)

Benefits: These houseplants clean the air by emitting high oxygen content, and purifies indoor air by removing chemicals, such as formaldehyde or other toxins.

Notes: Likes filtered light, infrequent watering and rich soil.

Boston Fern

Benefits: Said to act as a natural air humidifier, removes formaldehyde and is a general air purifier. Said to be among the best in air purifying houseplants.

Notes: Likes bright light and damp soil but can be tolerant of drought or partial light.

Chinese Evergreen

Benefits: Emits high oxygen content, and purifies indoor air by removing chemicals, such as formaldehyde, benzene or other toxins.

Notes: Does well with full shade and good draining; variegated plants need more sunlight. The sap of this plant is considered poisonous and is an irritant.

Snake Plant

Benefits: Found by NASA to absorb toxins, such as nitrogen oxides and formaldahyde.

Notes: It tolerates low light levels and irregular watering (and needs only a few waterings throughout winter).

English Ivy

Benefits: It’s known for removing the chemical benzene, a known carcinogen found in cigarette smoke, detergents, pesticides, and the off-gasing of other synthetic materials, is said to be fantastic for asthma and allergies and also removes formaldehyde.

Notes: Can be invasive, making it great for a potted plant.

Peace Lily

Benefits: Known for removing benzene, a common household chemical and known carcinogen. It’s also said to remove mold spores in the air, making it great for bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms; purifying the air of trichloroethylene, a chemical found in cleaners and solvents; and removing alcohols, acetone, and formaldehyde.

Notes: Easy to care for, it prefers lots of water, less often and bright, indirect light.

Aloe Vera

Benefits: Not only used for burns on the skin, it is also known to remove formaldehyde from the air.

Notes: Needs well-drained soil with slight drying between waterings, full sun is best with protection from high heats. Although largely known for its healing properties, it is considered to be an irritant to some.

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