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Easy Houseplants You Will Love

If you are new to houseplants, use this guide as a quick reference while you shop.

Snake Plant – Sansevieria

Indirect sunlight is best. Use succulent or cactus potting soil. Allow soil to dry completely between watering.

Aloe – Aloe vera

Place in bright light. Plant in cactus potting soil mix. Allow soil to completely dry out then drench and allow water to drain freely.

ZZ Plant – Zamioculcas zamiifolia

Tolerates low light conditions, but grows fastest with indirect light. Use loose potting soil in a container with drainage holes. Water and fertilize monthly.

Spider Plant Chlorophytum comosum

Needs bright, indirect sunlight. Can grow in plain potting soil, but will appreciate some sand and perlite. Water generously weekly in growing months and once every 2-3 weeks in winter. Easy to propagate.

Philodendron Philodendron

Needs bright indirect sunlight. A fast-growing and forgiving plant. Let top of soil dry out between watering. Use pot with drainage holes. Fertilize monthly.

Pothos Epipremnum aureum

Prefer medium to bright indirect light. Water thoroughly when soil is  almost completely dry. Use weak liquid fertilizer solution every two weeks. Do not fertilize in winter.

Jade Plant Crassula ovata

Place in full sun. Water when top of soil is dry to touch. Fertilize once every six months when watering.

Chinese EvergreenAglaonema 

Needs medium to low light or indirect sunlight. Use regular potting soil. Thrives in moist but not water-logged soil. Fertilize twice annually.

Calathea Calathea 

Likes medium to bright indirect sunlight. Water every 1-2 weeks.

Peperomia Peperomia 

Prefers bright, indirect sunlight, but also tolerates lower light levels. Allow soil to dry between watering every 10-14 days. Water thoroughly and empty drainage trays immediately. Fertilize each watering in spring/summer and monthly in fall/winter.

Hoya / Wax Plant Hoya

Best in or near a window with very bright, indirect light. More likely to flower in a small pot. Water when it dries out. Water weekly in summer. Water every other week in winter.

Bamboo Palm Chamaedorea seifrizii

Best in partial sunlight. Plant should be watered to maintain soil moisture. Grows well in soil rich in organics and well-drained. Use slow-release or diluted liquid fertilizer once monthly.

Ponytail Palm Beaucarnea recurvata

Prefers bright light indoors. As long as you keep outdoors in summer, it will tolerate any indoor light in winter. Let soil dry out significantly between watering. Fertilize 2-3 times annually.

Rubber Plant Ficus elastica

Prefers bright, indirect sunlight. Allow soil to dry out completely between watering.

Dracena Dracaena

Thrive in filtered, bright, indirect light. Soak thoroughly when soil dries out. Fertilize with liquid fertilizer monthly.