Garden & Indoor Plants

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THE GARDEN

Every garden season, we transform our brick courtyard into an urban oasis. From spring to fall, you’ll find everything you need to create your own city retreat, from annuals, herbs and succulents to perennials, trees and shrubs, as well as a curated selection of outdoor containers. Not sure what will work in your space? Our knowledgeable staff is here to help you choose the right plants and pots for your garden and answer any questions you might have.

INDOOR PLANTS

Looking to bring a little flora to your interior? Find it here. From orchids and air plants to fiddle leaf fig trees, our selection of indoor plants offers something for every space. Not sure what will thrive in you home or office? Our plant experts are here to help you make the right choice and to offer care tips. New plants arrive weekly and are available all year round. Stop in and see what’s fresh.

Indoor Plant Care

  • Fiddle Leaf Fig Care

    Native to the tropical rainforests of western Africa, Fiddle Leaf Figs enjoy bright, diffused light and a warm, humid environment. To keep your plant happy and healthy, mist its leaves frequently and water once every one to two weeks, never letting its soil completely dry out.

  • Cut Succulent Care

    Our Cut Succulents are live, long-lasting cuttings. They require minimal care, lasting two to three months without sun or water— the perfect way to add an organic element for those who travel often or those whose green thumb is lacking. To extend its longevity, place your Cut Succulent arrangement in direct southern sunlight and mist roots lightly as they appear on the bottom of cuttings.

  • Air Plant Care

    Air Plants are soil-less plant that sustain themselves with moisture from the air. They thrive with the perfect balance of humidity and bright, diffused light. Air Plants should be misted frequently and fully immersed in water for thirty minutes to one hour every seven to ten days. Shake off any excess moisture when returning plants to their vessels. Avoid placing air plants in direct southern sunlight.

  • Xerographica Care

    Xerographicas are air plants that enjoy a more desert-like environment. To replicate these conditions, place Xerographicas in as much direct sunlight as possible. Fully immerse in water for one to three hours every three to four weeks, taking care to never leave it submerged for more than six hours.

  • Phalaenopsis Orchid Care

    Phalaenopsis Orchids enjoy humidity, well-drained potting mix, and bright, diffused light. Water once every 7-10 days when the top of the potting medium feels dry. To water, place the orchid in the sink and allow tepid water to run over the foliage and the potting medium for a minute or so. Allow the pot to completely drain before returning to its' decorative container. If unable to remove orchid from it's container, pour 4 -8 oz. of water over the roots when the potting medium feels dry. Summer months will require more frequent watering, winter will require less. If in doubt, wait a day. Blooms should last one to two months.

  • Lady Slipper Orchid Care

    In nature, orchids are epiphytic, using their roots as an anchoring system. Lady Slipper orchids enjoy humidity, diffused light, and moist, well drained potting mix. Once a week, remove orchid pot from its decorative container, rinse its foliage and potting medium thoroughly, taking care to avoid wetting the bloom.

  • Fresh Floral Care

    Upon arrival of arrangement put the lip of the vase to faucet and fill with fresh water until the vase begins to overflow. For fresh flowers with out a vase, give stems an angled cut with a knife and immediately place in room temperature water. To further encourage the long-lasting blooms provide a fresh cut and water every three to five days, as well as making sure to keep blooms away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures, such as heating vents or frost.

  • Amarlyis Bulb Care

    Container should be at least 6 inches in diameter and have sufficient drainage holes. While being careful to not damage the roots, plant the bulb up to its neck in the soil and press the soil firmly to set the bulb in place. Place potted bulb in a warm place with direct light, ideally where the temperature is 68 to 70 degrees F. Water sparingly until the stem appears. As the bud and leaves develop gradually increase watering, watering only when the top of the soil seems dry. Amarylis bulb's generally take 6-8 weeks to bloom. Blooms can last up to 3 weeks. Once bloomed move out of direct light for a longer lasting bloom.

  • Paperwhite Care

    Place paperwhite bulbs in a glass container at least 3-4 inches deep filled with clean pebbles. Position bulbs, pointed end up, on top of pebbles as close to each other as possible to prevent them from toppling over as they grow. To avoid bulb rot, keep the water line just barely reaching the base of the bulbs. Place bulbs in an area with good air flow and bright diffused light. Once roots develop, move container to a bright window and keep the water line to just barely touch the roots. Paper white bulbs can bloom within 3-5 weeks of planting. Once bloomed move to a cool spot with diffused light for a longer lasting bloom.

  • Cardboard Plant Care

    Named for the unique texture of its foliage, Cardboard Plants are native to the coast of Southeastern Mexico. Rather than a true palm, this plant is a variety of cycad — an ancient species with a long fossil history. Slow growing and easy to care for, it thrives indoors in bright indirect to full sunlight and requires thorough watering only when the top layer of soil dries out. Beware the column of seeds at the plant’s center — they are toxic to both pets and humans when eaten.

  • Aspidistra Care

    Commonly known as the Cast Iron Plant, Aspidistra is indigenous to Japan and Taiwan, where it grows on shady forest floors. Popular in homes since the Victorian era, this hardy plant is known for being nearly indestructible and requires minimal care. Keep its soil moist throughout the spring and summer months, reducing watering frequency in fall and winter. For best results, place in semi-shade to bright, indirect light, avoiding direct sunlight. The all around perfect houseplant, it's non-toxic to pets and humans.

  • Totem Pothos Care

    A popular houseplant since the 19th century, our Totem Pothos is easy to care for. To keep your plant happy and healthy, let the top few inches of soil dry out before watering. While it can acclimate to low light conditions, it thrives best in bright, indirect sunlight. Word of warning — while not fatal, Pothos can be harmful to pets if eaten.

  • Fabina Aralia Care

    Fabian Aralia is native to the forests of the Polynesian Islands. To replicate this humid, tropical climate, mist your plant regularly and water when the soil is slightly dry at the top, taking care not to over water. While it can acclimate to lower light conditions, it thrives best in moderate to bright light. This plant may be toxic — we recommend staying on the safe side and using caution around pets and children.

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