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. Click here to shop our current stock.

Cast Iron Plant (Aspidistra elatior)
A Cast Iron Plant, native to China, is an almost indestructible, easy-care plant that survives where other houseplants quickly die. Water it or forget to water it, good light or poor light, warm room or cold room, the Cast Iron Plant survives. A Cast Iron Plant is a rather plain plant with 2ft. long, pointed, course textured, leathery leaves that emerge directly from the soil. The variegated varieties of a Cast Iron Plant have a cream-colored stripe down each of the leaves that reverts to solid green in very low light. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: Bright light to full sun CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Water thoroughly then allow top 2 in (5 cm) to dry out before watering again. Put it in a pot with drainage holes to prevent soggy soil. Cardboard palm grows the most spring through fall, so cut back on water in the winter months. HUMIDITY: Average to low humidity TEMPERATURE: Average room temperature 60-75°F/16-24°C year-round. It's cold-hardy down to 25°F/-1°C, but prefers to be warm. SOIL: Equal parts good-quality potting mix and sand for good drainage. FERTILIZER: Feed once in spring and again in summer with a time-release fertilizer. PROPAGATION: Buy good-quality seeds. Any seeds collected from a mature plant are not fertile unless they are cross-pollinated. Seeds are slow to germinate and seedlings are slow-growing. Be patient, it'll take years for them to grow tall. These seeds are poisonous and can be lethal to pets.
Cat Palm (Chamaedorea cataractarum)
Chamaedorea cataractarum   Lighting: 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 the Cat Palm.
Cardboard Palm (Zamia furfuracea)
Zamia furfuracea   Lighting: Medium to bright indirect, filtered 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 Cardboard Palms.
China Doll Plant (Radermachera sinica)
A China Doll Plant is a very fast growing plant with lacy-looking, glossy, green foliage that is native to the subtropical mountain regions of southern China and Taiwan. China Doll Plants appear very compact and sturdy when you first buy them because of the growth regulators given to them by growers. These growth regulators make normal sized leaves grow on short stems. As this regulator in the soil is used up, a China Doll Plant starts growing in all directions just like the outdoor plant it really is. Instead of a dense plant with lots of leaves, a China Doll Plant soon becomes open and feathery. A China Doll Plant, with its soft delicate leaves, makes a beautiful houseplant if placed in very bright light and frequently pinched back. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: A China Doll Plant requires very bright light. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: China Doll Plants want to be kept on the dry side. Allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out before watering a China Doll Plant. The foliage may even turn a pale green when a China Doll Plant needs water. Water around the entire soil surface so water reaches all of the roots of the China Doll Plant.   FERTILIZER: Feed a China Doll Plant monthly in the spring and summer when it is actively growing and every other month in the fall and winter with a balanced fertilizer at 1/2 the recommended strength. TEMPERATURE: A China Doll Plant does well in temperatures between 65-75 degrees. Keep China Doll Plants away from drafts and cold windowsills or the leaves fall off. HUMIDITY: China Doll Plants grow well in basic household humidity. FLOWERING: A China Doll Plant gets flowers when grown as an outdoor plant, but not when grown indoors. PESTS: Spider mites, Aphids, and Mealy Bugs are attracted to China Doll Plants. Because of the many leaves a China Doll plant has, it is difficult to get rid of houseplant pests. Check your China Doll Plant every week as a precaution.   DISEASES: China Doll Plants are prone to fungal infections that can cause the houseplant disease called Leaf Spot. Providing good air circulation around a China Doll Plant and keeping the leaves dry helps prevent Leaf Spot Disease. SOIL: Use a rich well-aerated soil that drains quickly for a China Doll Plant. Add sand or perlite to loosen the soil if necessary.
Ctenanthe Plant (Ctenanthe) Assorted Varieties
Ctenanthe Assorted Species   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 Ctenanthe.
Variegated Creeping Fig, Climbing Fig (Ficus ripens, Ficus pumila)
Variegated Ficus repens, Ficus pumila   Lighting: Medium to bright indirect light.             Watering: Water every 7 to 10 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 Ficus repens.
Croton 'Petra' (Codiaeum variegatum)
Codiaeum variegatum Croton 'Petra'   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 Croton varieties.
Coleus Plant (Solenostemon)
A Coleus Plant is a fast- growing, hanging houseplant that comes in over 100 different leaf colors, textures, shapes, & designs. A Coleus Plant was very popular during the Victorian era but fell out of favor for a while because of the poor plant quality being sold. Today, a Coleus Plant is once again very popular both as an indoor house plant and as an outdoor plant. The colors on Coleus Plant leaves may be a mixture of lavender, cream, pink, maroon, yellow, red, bronze, and various shades of green. The color patterns on the Coleus Plant leaves can be marbled, striped, or dappled. If you have a very bright area in your home that calls for a hanging plant, then a Coleus Plant is perfect for you. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: Very bright light is a must for a Coleus Plant. Coleus Plants can even gradually get used to a few hours of direct sunlight. Florescent grow lights help make the foliage leaf color of a Coleus Plant even more spectacular. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: A Coleus Plant is a fast growing houseplant and dries out more quickly than many other indoor plants. Allow the top inch or two of soil in a Coleus Plant to dry out before watering. Frequent wilting due to under-watering causes the leaves of a Coleus Plant to develop crispy edges, dull colors, and brown spots. Over-watering a Coleus Plant results in root rot. FERTILIZER: The best fertilizer for a Coleus Plant is fish emulsion. If fish emulsion is not available, feed a Coleus Plant monthly with a basic balanced plant food at 1/2 the recommended strength. TEMPERATURE: A Coleus Plant likes warm temperatures between 70-85 degrees though it can survive in temperatures as low as 55 degrees. HUMIDITY: Coleus Plants plant like high humidity. FLOWERING: Pinch the small flowers off of a Coleus Plant as soon as they appear to encourage the beautiful leaves to grow. PESTS: Mealy Bugs, Aphids, and whitefly are plant pests attracted to a Coleus Plant. Check your Coleus Plant weekly so these pests don’t get a foothold on too many of the vibrant colored leaves. Washing a Coleus Plant frequently with warm water helps keep insects away. DISEASES: Because a Coleus Plant likes high humidity, powdery mildew can be a plant disease problem. SOIL: Use a quick draining well-aerated potting soil for a Coleus Plant. Add sand or perlite if the soil is too heavy.
Dumbcane 'Compacta' (Dieffenbachia)
Dieffenbachia compacta   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 Dieffenbachia.
Dragon Tree (Dracaena Marginata)
Dracaena marginata   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 our Dracaena.
Variegated English Ivy (Hedera helix variegata)
Variegated English Ivy, Common Ivy Hedera helix variegata   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 most species of Ivy.
Fatsia Plant (Fatsia japonica)
The Fatsia Plant or Japanese Aralia originated in the sub-tropic forests of Japan, Korea, & Taiwan. Fatsia plants are a type of evergreen plant that can be grown both indoors as a houseplant and outdoors in frost-free areas. A Fatsia Plant has shiny, leathery, medium green palmate (hand-shaped) leaves that grow at the ends of stiff stems. Fatsia Plants are compact upright plants that can grow up to 6 ft. tall, even indoors. Prune a Fatsia Plant aggressively to help keep the growth under control and the shape attractive. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: A Fatsia does well in bright filtered light. If you move it outdoors in the spring and summer, be sure to keep it in the shade. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out before watering. The leaves may even start to droop a little. Brown brittle leaves indicate under-watering. Soft leaves that turn yellow and fall off indicate over-watering. FERTILIZER: Use a well-balanced liquid plant food every other week in the spring and summer at 1/2 the recommended strength. TEMPERATURE: A Fatsia likes cool temperatures especially in the winter when it is resting. It does well in temperatures between 45-55 degrees in the winter and never above 70 degrees during the rest of the year. HUMIDITY: This plant likes medium to high humidity FLOWERING: When used as an indoor plant, a Fatsia rarely gets the tiny white blooms found on it when it grows outdoors. Black berries usually follow flowers. PESTS: Fatsias attract spider mites, Mealy Bugs, scale, and Aphids. DISEASES: Since this plant likes medium to high humidity, powdery mildew may develop on the leaves. Provide good air circulation and try to keep the leaves dry. SOIL: Use a light, rich, fast draining potting soil.