Plants

With fresh deliveries every week, our plants and flowers—from popular indoor plants to vibrant exotics to hardy succulents—liven up any space. Search by growing environment or size for more specific results. Please call to see if your favorites are currently in stock.

Chinese Evergreen 'Silver Bay' (Aglaonema)
Aglaonema 'Silver Bay'   Lighting: Low to bright indirect light.   Watering: Water every 14 to 21 days. Watering schedule may vary upon size of the pot.   Fertilization: Use Fox Farms Boomerang Comeback formula every other watering.   Soil: We recommend Fox Farms Happy Frog general purpose potting mix for Aglaonema.
Aluminum Plant (Pilea)
The Aluminum Plant, or Pilea cadierei, is an attractive hanging or table plant native to China and Viet Nam. This particular variety of Pilea is grown for its attractive leaves rather than its very small flowers. The dark green oval foliage, which looks a little puffy or quilt-like, has distinct shiny silver markings between the veins on the upper side of the leaf. Aluminum Plants are small soft- stemmed plants, usually reaching a height of no more than 12-18 inches (30-45 cm). These plants need to be trimmed on a consistent basis in order to stay attractive and not become leggy. Aluminum Plants should be placed where the top of the leaves are easily visible since this is where their beauty lies. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: An Aluminum Plant needs bright indirect light. Direct sun burns the leaves and not enough light causes the plant to become leggy. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: The soil of an Aluminum Plant should be slightly moist, but not soggy at all times. In the cooler months or when your Aluminum Plant is not producing new leaves, allow the top 2-3 inches of soil to dry out before watering.  FERTILIZER: Feed an Aluminum Plant every two weeks when it is actively growing with a basic houseplant fertilizer at 1/2 the recommended strength. TEMPERATURE: The best temperature for an Aluminum Plant is between 60-75 degrees. HUMIDITY: Aluminum Plants require very high humidity. If your home is dry, place the plant on a tray of pebbles filled with water. Be sure the Aluminum Plant is sitting on the pebbles and not in the water. FLOWERING: An Aluminum Plant produces very small white flowers that are over shadowed by it distinctive leaves. PESTS: Spider mites, Aphids, Fungus Gnats, scale, thrip can all be a problem for an Aluminum Plant. DISEASES: Because of the high humidity an Aluminum Plant requires, both bacterial and fungal leaf spot are a problem. Help prevent this disease by keeping the leaves dry and providing good air circulation around the plant. A commercial Fungicide can be used to treat the problem. SOIL: Use a good basic houseplant mix that is airy and drains quickly. Add some peat moss or other organic matter to help plants develop a good root structure.
Alocasia 'Portora', Elephant Ear
Alocasia 'Portora'Alocasia ordora x Alocasia portei   LIGHTING: Bright indirect.   Watering: Water every 10 to 14 days. Watering schedule may vary upon size of the pot.   FEEDING: Use Boomerang every other watering for optimal health.   SOIL: We recommend Fox Farms Happy Frog blend for this species.
Amaryllis Plant (Barbosa Lily)
An Amaryllis Plant is native to the tropical regions of South America, and is a wonderful flowering houseplant to give as a gift for Christmas or Valentine’s Day. With the proper after- bloom care, an Amaryllis Plant will flower year after year between the months of December and June. Amaryllis Plant Bulbs can be purchased pre-planted, or you can buy the Amaryllis Plant Bulbs and do the planting yourself. The larger and fatter the Amaryllis Plant Bulbs, the more flowers an Amaryllis Plant produces. The brightly colored flowers of an Amaryllis Plant come in red, orange, white, pink, and salmon. Some new varieties of Amaryllis Plants may even have striped flowers. Both an Amaryllis Plant and an Amaryllis bulb are very poisonous, so please keep them away from children and pets. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: Amaryllis Plants need bright indirect light while growing. While a southern exposure is best for an Amaryllis Plant, western or eastern exposures are adequate. An Amaryllis Plant that only gets a northern exposure requires additional artificial light. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Keep the soil of an Amaryllis Plant slightly moist but never soggy while the plant is growing. Increase the water you give to an Amaryllis Plant slightly once it blooms. The increase in water prolongs the life of the Amaryllis flowers. FERTILIZER: Fertilize an Amaryllis Plant monthly with a plant food high in potassium and phosphorus and low in nitrogen (5-10-10 or 6-12-12). Always dilute the plant food used on an Amaryllis Plant to 1/2 the recommended strength. TEMPERATURE: An Amaryllis Plant is a tropical plant and enjoys temperatures between 68-75 degrees. Once an Amaryllis Plant blooms, move it to a cooler area (65 degrees) so the Amaryllis flowers last longer. HUMIDITY: Basic household humidity or even less keeps an Amaryllis Plant healthy and free of fungal disease. FLOWERING: Plant Amaryllis Plant Bulbs any time from late fall to mid-spring using a good commercial soil. The bigger and fatter the Amaryllis Plant Bulbs are, the larger the flowers will be. Be sure to soak the base & roots of the Amaryllis Plant Bulbs in water for a few hours before planting them. PESTS: Thrip and spider mite infestations on Amaryllis Plants can be treated with the green solution (see Glossary) or you can use a commercial systemic insecticide approved for flowering plants. DISEASES: Amaryllis Plants develop blotchy leaves from various fungal and bacterial diseases. There is no good remedy for these plant infections, so isolate your Amaryllis Plant to prevent the diseases from spreading to your other plants. Plant diseases occur when houseplants are too kept close to each other or the leaves of the plants stay wet. To prevent plant diseases provide good air circulation and keep the plant leaves dry. SOIL: Plant Amaryllis Plant Bulbs in a good commercial bulb soil. If this type of soil is not available, plant your Amaryllis Plant Bulbs in a regular quick-draining, well-aerated, houseplant potting mixture. When using a basic potting soil for your Amaryllis Plant Bulbs, add some sand and humus to prevent the soil from becoming too heavy when wet.
Ming Aralia (Polyscias fruticosa)
Polyscias fruticosa Ming Aralia   Lighting: Medium to bright indirect light.   Watering: Water every 10 to 14 days. Watering schedule may vary upon size of the pot.   Fertilization: Use Fox Farms Boomerang Comeback formula every other watering.   Soil: We recommend Fox Farms Happy Frog general purpose potting mix for any Aralia.
Areca Palm (Dypsis Lutescens)
Areca Palm   Lighting: Bright indirect light.   Watering: Water every 10 to 14 days. Watering schedule may vary upon size of the pot.   Fertilization: Use Fox Farms Boomerang Comeback formula every other watering.   Soil: We recommend Fox Farms Happy Frog general purpose potting mix for our Areca Palms.
Arrowhead Plant 'White Butterfly' (Syngonium)
Syngonium   Lighting: Medium to bright indirect light.             Watering: Water every 10 to 14 days.   Fertilization: Use Fox Farms Boomerang Comeback formula every other watering.   Soil: We recommend Fox Farms Happy Frog general purpose potting mix for Syngonium.
Baby Tears Plant
A Baby's Tears Plant is a delicate looking house plant that resembles a mat or carpet of tiny green leaves as it spreads over the sides of its pot. Baby’s Tears plants, which originally came from Corsica and Sardinia, have tiny round or bean- shaped leaves that grow on thin fragile stems. Baby's Tears houseplants can be used as table plants or as a small hanging plant. This very little plant requires a lot of attention. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: Baby’s Tears houseplants like bright indirect light but no direct sun. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Always keep the soil of a Baby Tear's Plant moist but never soggy. If the soil of a Baby's Tears House Plant stays too wet, the stems quickly rot. FERTILIZER: Feed every two weeks in the spring and summer when a Baby's Tears Plant is actively growing. Use a basic houseplant fertilizer at 1/2 the recommended strength when feeding a Baby Tear's Plant. TEMPERATURE: Normal household temperatures or even a little cooler are best for a Baby Tear's Houseplant. 60-75 degrees is an ideal temperature for a Baby's Tears Plant. HUMIDITY: High humidity and good air circulation encourages a Baby's Tears Plant to grow well and not turn brown. FLOWERING: A Baby's Tears Plant gets tiny white star-shaped flowers in the late spring. The flowers on a Baby's Tears houseplant are fairly inconsequential. PESTS: Baby's Tears Plants are susceptible to whitefly, scale, and Aphids. You can read about these plant pests in the Glossary of the website. DISEASES: Root -rot due to over-watering is the main disease to that affects Baby's Tears Plants. SOIL: Baby's Tears Plants require a well-aerated quick draining potting soil that contains a good amount of peat moss.
Bamboo Palm (Chamaedorea seifrizii)
Chamaedorea seifrizii   Lighting: Low to bright indirect light.   Watering: Water every 10 to 14 days.   Fertilization: Use Fox Farms Boomerang Comeback formula every other watering.   Soil: We recommend Fox Farms Happy Frog general purpose potting mix for Bamboo Palms.
White Bird of Paradise Plant (Strelitzia Nicolai)
Strelitzia nicolai Giant White Bird of Paradise   Lighting: Bright indirect light.             Watering: Water every 14 to 21 days. Watering schedule may very upon the size of the pot.   Fertilization: Use Fox Farms Boomerang Comeback formula every other watering.   Soil: We recommend Fox Farms Happy Frog general purpose potting mix for Giant White Bird of Paradise.
Pinstripe Calathea (Calathea ornata)
Calathea ornata    Lighting: Medium to bright indirect light.   Watering: Water every 10 to 14 days.   Fertilization: Use Fox Farms Boomerang Comeback formula every other watering.   Soil: We recommend Fox Farms Happy Frog general purpose potting mix for Calathea.
Calla Lily Plant (Zantedeschia aethiopica)
The Calla Lily is a beautiful plant, whether grown outdoors or indoors in a decorative pot by a sunny window. This elegant plant, native to the marshes of South Africa, is not really a lily at all but a member of the Araceae family. The extraordinary funnel or trumpet shaped waxy flowers of a Calla Lily, grow on tall thick stems and have a yellow spadix emerging from their center. The long tapered green leaves of the plant may be streaked with faint white or yellow spots. Today, thanks to the many new hybrids developed by breeders throughout the world, Calla Lilies can be found not only in white, but also pink, orange, fuchsia, red, yellow, and cream. The long lasting flowers are popular in wedding bouquets where they are a symbol of purity and beauty. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: Calla Lilies require at six hours a day of very bright indirect light. Direct sun during the middle of the day may burn the leaves and flowers. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: These plants like moist soil at all times. Calla Lilies are not drought resistant and should never be allowed to totally dry out; but will not do well if the soil is too soggy or they are allowed to sit in water. FERTILIZER: Fertilize an indoor Calla Lily every two weeks when the plant is flowering with a liquid plant food low in Nitrogen. When the plant is producing only leaves and no flowers, fertilize monthly. Always dilute the plant food to ½ the recommended strength. If your Calla Lily is planted outside, use a granular plant food instead of a liquid fertilizer. TEMPERATURE: Room temperatures should be between 50-75°F, 10-24°C for optimal growth. Keep Calla Lilies away from heating and air conditioning vents. If planted outdoors, be sure to dig up the Calla Lily bulbs and bring them inside before temperatures dip below freezing. HUMIDITY: Calla Lilies do well in average humidity. FLOWERING: The flowers of a Calla Lily are really spaths similar to those of a Peace Lily but much more impressive. The plant usually blooms for about six weeks during the late spring and early summer. Keeping the plant potbound encourages more blooms. Calla Lilies may be forced into bloom at any time indoors; it all depends on when the bulbs become available and when they are planted. The long lasting cut flowers are perfect in bouquets and flower arrangements. PESTS: Examine a Calla Lily frequently for signs of scale or Aphids. DISEASES: Calla Lilies are susceptible to various viruses and bacterial infections, especially rhizome rot and gray mold. These problems become evident when leaves and stems start to turn yellow before the plant is normally entering its dormant phase. SOIL: Use a good peat moss based potting soil that is well aerated and drains quickly. You can add builder’s sand or perlite if the soil seems too heavy and clay-like.