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.

Kimberly Queen Fern (Nephrolepis obliterata)
Nephrolepis obliterata   Lighting: Medium 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 ferns.
Weeping Fig, Ficus (Ficus Benjamina)
Ficus benjamina   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 Ficus species.
Fittonia Plant (Fittonia verschaffetii)
A Fittonia Plant (Nerve Plant/Mosaic Plant) is native to the tropical rainforests of Central and South America. It gets its nicknames, Nerve Plant or Mosaic Plant because of the distinct veined appearance of its beautiful ornamental leaves. These veins are always a different color than the rest of the leaf and can be white, pink or silver. The leaves of a Fittonia are about 2” long, green in color, and are attached to fuzzy stems. This is a small, compact, low-growing plant that looks good on windowsills, small shelves, and in terrariums. A Nerve Plant requires a little extra care, but it makes a great houseplant. Its lush variegated leaves brighten any room. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: Nerve plant grows best in low to medium light, though it also thrives in a sunny window if the light is filtered with a sheer curtain. If it gets too much hot sun, even indoors, the leaves may burn, turning brown and crispy. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER:Water nerve plant when the soil surface just barely starts to dry. This houseplant likes somewhat moist (but not wet, soggy) soil. FERTILIZER: Fertilize nerve plant a couple of times a year at minimum. For more growth, you can fertilize on a monthly basis, using a general-purpose houseplant fertilizer. Be sure to follow the directions on the fertilizer package. TEMPERATURE: Fishtail Palms prefer temperatures between 75-85 degrees during the day and 60-70 degrees at night. Try to keep a Fishtail Palm out of cold drafts and away from air conditioners. Nighttime temperatures should never go below 45 degrees. HUMIDITY: A Fittonia Plant loves high humidity. SOIL: Use a good, all purpose, well aerated potting soil for Fittonia houseplants.
Fishtail Palm (Caryota mitis)
Caryota mitis   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 or Coco Loco mix for our Fishtail Palms.
Goldfish Plant (Columnea nematanthus)
If you have a high light area that calls for a hanging or table plant that flowers, Goldfish House Plants are a perfect choice. A Goldfish Plant, native to Southern Mexico, Brazil, and Costa Rica comes in over 25 different varieties. Goldfish HousePlants have hundreds of small, thick, shiny, dark green leaves and colorful flowers that resemble tiny goldfish. The flowers on a Goldfish Plant may be red, orange, or yellow. Goldfish HousePlants are easy to care for, drought resistant, and, with proper care, can bloom all year. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: A Goldfish Plant requires bright indirect light especially if you want it to develop flowers. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Allow the top 25%-30% of the soil in a Goldfish Plant to dry out before watering. Green leaves fall off a Goldfish Plant when the plant is too wet or too dry. FERTILIZER: Fertilize a Goldfish Plant every two weeks in the spring and summer when it is actively growing with a basic plant food at 1/2 the recommended strength. Feed a Goldfish Plant monthly in the fall and winter. TEMPERATURE: Goldfish Plants do well in temperatures between 65-85 degrees. Intense heat burns the leaves of a Goldfish Plant. Try to keep a Goldfish Plants out of drafts and away from heaters. HUMIDITY: Goldfish Plants prefer high humidity, but adapt well to basic household humidity. FLOWERING: Keep a Goldfish Plant in a small pot and in a very bright location to encourage it to flower.  PESTS: Goldfish Plants attract the plant pests Aphids and Mealy Bugs. It’s difficult to eliminate these plant pests once they have infected a Goldfish Plant because of the numerous small leaves where they love to hide. Spray a Goldfish Plant thoroughly with the green solution to get rid of plant pests but try to avoid the flowers. SOIL: Goldfish Plants like a rich potting soil that holds water but still drains quickly. An African Violet soil works well for a Goldfish Plant also.
Hoya Plant
There are over 200 species of the easy to grow almost indestructible Hoya Plant. Hoya Plants are often referred to as Wax Plants because of the waxy nature of their leaves and flowers. Hoya Plants have long trailing vines that often intertwine. Under the proper conditions all Hoya Plants produce five-pointed, star shaped, fragrant flowers that come in red, white, pink, purple, yellow, orange, and even black. Hoya Plants are perfect to hang in front of a bright sunny window. Even a plant novice will be successful growing a Hoya Plant if they avoid over-watering. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: Hoya Plants do best and bloom more often in very bright light. They are one of the few indoor houseplants that can even thrive in direct sun. Although Hoya Plants can adapt to lower light, they grow slower and do not produce the fragrant waxy flowers that are so beautiful. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Hoya Plants are Succulent Plants. The soil of a Hoya Plant should dry out before being watered. These plants do thrive on neglect, but need additional water when in bloom. FERTILIZER: Feed a Hoya Plant monthly with a balanced houseplant food at 1/2 the recommended strength when it is actively growing. TEMPERATURE: Hoya Plants can adapt to almost any moderate temperature, but prefer 60-65 degrees at night and 70-80 degrees during the day. HUMIDITY: Provide basic household humidity or lower for Hoya Houseplants. FLOWERING: A Hoya Plant produces beautiful clusters of fragrant flowers in numerous colors. Each Hoya flower has five waxy petals. New flowers develop on the older stems of a Hoya Plant so never cut off the old flower stems. PESTS: Hoya Plants are bothered by Mealy Bugs, spider mites, and Aphids. Spray the entire Hoya plant, reaching every little twisted section if possible, with the green solution to treat plant pests. DISEASES: The main plant diseases that affect Hoya Plants are botrytis, a fungus that causes grayish areas on the leaves, and crown, stem, and root rot, a fungal disease caused by humid warm conditions, wet leaves, soggy soil, and poor air circulation. SOIL: Use a well-aerated fast-draining potting soil for a Hoya Plant. Add a little sand to the soil if it seems too heavy and is not drying out quickly.
Homalomena Plant (Homalomena)
An Emerald Gem Plant or Homalomena, native to tropical Asia and South America, is an upright plant with dark green, waxy, spade-shaped leaves. The short compact shape of an Emerald Gem Plant makes it ideal for areas with height restrictions. Emerald Gem Plants are usually 12″-30″ in height when sold in the stores. Although an Emerald Gem Plant is a relative of the easy-care Philodendron, it is a lot more finicky and requires more attention. However, if you are tired of the same old houseplants, a Homalomena or Emerald gem Plant makes a nice addition to your plant collection. LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS: A Homalomena Plant requires medium indirect light but grows even better in bright indirect light. Homalomenas can survive in low light but become thin and spindly. The bottom leaves of an Emerald Gem Plant turn yellow and fall off when there is not enough light. CARE INSTRUCTIONS WATER: Watering is the most difficult part of caring for an Emerald Gem Plant. When an Emerald Gem Plant is either over or under watered the bottom leaves fall off. Always allow the top 50% of the soil of an Emerald Gem Plant to dry out before watering. An Emerald Gem Plant doesn’t like anything cold, so use warm water and never dump extra ice cubes into the soil. FERTILIZER: Feed an Emerald Gem Plant monthly in the spring and summer when the plant is actively growing with a basic houseplant food at 1/2 the recommended strength. In the fall and winter fertilize an Emerald Gem Plant every other month if the plant is producing new leaves. TEMPERATURE: Emerald Gem Plants like warm household temperatures between 65-80 degrees. Keep Homalomanas away from air conditioners and cold drafts. HUMIDITY: An Emerald Gem Plant does well in regular household humidity. FLOWERING: An Emerald Gem Plant or Homalomena produces spaths which rarely open so flowers are not often seen. PESTS: Emerald Gem Plants are fairly pest resistant. If spider mites, Mealy Bugs, or white flies appear, spray an Emerald Gem Plant with the green solution. DISEASES: Emerald Gem plants are disease resistant plants. SOIL: Use a quick-draining, loose soil, containing plenty of peat moss, perlite, and hard sand for an Emerald gem Plant. This type of soil helps prevent an Emerald gem Plant from getting root rot.
English Ivy, Common Ivy (Hedera helix)
English Ivy, Common Ivy Hedera helix   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.
Prayer Plant (Maranta leuconeura)
Maranta leuconeura 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 our Marantas.
Pothos Vine, Devil's Ivy 'Golden Pothos'
Pothos Vine, Devil's Ivy 'Golden Pothos' Epipremnum aureum   Lighting: Medium to bright indirect.   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 Pothos.
Heart Leaf Philodendron 'Brasil'
Philodendron hederaceum Heart Leaf Philodendron 'Brasil'   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 most Philodendron.
Pitcher Plant (Nepenthes hybrids)
Nepenthes Hybrids Monkey Cups   Lighting: Medium to bright indirect light.             Watering: Water every 10 to 14 days. Avoid tap water. Distilled water is best for sensitive carnivorous species.   Fertilization: Avoid using fertilizers and additives on carnivorous plants as a general rule.   Soil: We recommend Fox Farms Happy Frog general purpose potting mix for these varieties.