Cacti and Succulents


They require only modest amounts of water and fertilizer, but do need abundant light. Most cacti and succulents grow in well-drained sandy soil. They are well adapted to living in houses where the relative humidity is low.

When the temperatures rise to 90+ degrees reduce watering to every two weeks. Plants go dormant when the temperature is too high and can survive on the water they have stored. In late fall and winter, reduce watering to once every 3-4 weeks.

Most succulents prefer at least 6 hours of sun per day, so try to place them near a south- or east-facing window. You may notice your succulents becoming spindly or stretching toward the light if they don't get enough sun. Allow the potting mix to dry out between waterings.




                                        ☀️Light: Bright indirect light

                                         💧Water: Every 7 days 

                                         🚫Toxicity: Mildly toxic to cats and dogs


There are more than 850 species, from Africa and Asia. All Ficus produce a milky sap when cut or damaged. Ficus all thrive in warm temperatures and high humidity and bright to moderate light. Prefer being slightly dry. 

To keep growth even, rotate the plant weekly. Ficus trees do best in consistent temperatures. Don’t expose them to drafts or dramatic temperature swings. Ficus trees need well-draining potting soil and pots with adequate draining holes.




                                         ☀️Light: Indirect to Low light

                                         💧Water: Every 3-5  days (High Humidity)

                                         🚫Toxicity: Safe for cats and dogs


Ferns are plants that do not have flowers or seeds. Many ferns make wonderful, low-maintenance houseplants, as long as you provide the right amounts of light and moisture. Keep ferns away from radiators, bright, hot and sunny windows. Occasionally misting the plant or taking it into a warm shower will help keep it clean.




                                    ☀️Light: Indirect to bright direct 

                                     💧Water: Every 7-10 days 

                                     🚫Toxicity: SAFE to cats and dogs 


Native to many tropical and subtropical regions, mainly in central America and Northern South America. They are relatively low maintenance and pest 

resistant. Best in medium to bright indirect light and should be protected from direct sunlight. Prefer warm temperatures and medium to high humidity. Not frost tolerant. Allow the soil to dry slightly between waterings. Be cautious of overwatering. 

The peperomia has succulent-like leaves that indicate that these plants don't need frequent watering to maintain vigor.



                                         ☀️Light: Bright indirect light

                                         💧Water: Every 7-10  days 

                                         🚫Toxicity: Toxic to cats and dogs

Pothos is one of the easiest houseplants to care for and an excellent choice for beginning growers. It's a tropical vine native to Southeast Asia, easily trained to climb a support or trail from a pot or hanging basket. Adaptability and minimum maintenance make it a great plant for any houseplant collection. Allow soil to dry out completely between waterings. Pothos droop when they need water. Don’t wait until the leaves start to shrivel or the plant will lose some leaves. Dry, brown edges mean the plant was kept dry for too long. They grow best in high humidity, but adapt to low-humidity conditions.

You can increase humidity around the plant by keeping it in a typically humid area of the home, such as a bathroom