The brighter the light the more pups it will produce! Place near a window.
Tillandsia want bright, filtered light indoors or outside on a covered porch. Mist thoroughly several times per week.
Another great beginner houseplant. This easy vine will perform best in bright light but will tolerate low light.
Hang your spider plant in a bright window or on a bright covered porch.
Orchids can do very well inside near a bright window or outside on a bright, covered porch.
Rubber tree prefers bright, filtered light. You can tell if your rubber plant needs more light if it becomes leggy, its leaves lose their luster, and lower leaves fall off.
We carry several different types of Dracaena. Dracaena typically require low light, but the brighter the color of the leaf (like a limelight Dracaena) the brighter the light it will need to thrive.
Perfect for a covered front porch that gets bright, filtered light.
Aglaonema: We have traditional and hybrids. This low-maintenance plant can grow in lower light levels and requires little watering.
Venus Fly Trap
The ideal location for this carnivorous plant is full sun outside on a porch or a sunny window sill inside. Distilled or rain is preferred and do your best to not have the soil dry out.
We currently have hanging baskets and various sized pots for $5.99+. Indoors, Maidenhair would like to be in a sunny window, but would also do well on a covered porch. Be sure to not let this fern dry out!
Great beginner houseplant. Much like the Pothos, this plant will grow quicker in bright light, but will tolerate low light. Needs very little water as well.
Cacti want a lot of sun, preferably outside on a sunny porch but they can be grown inside on a bright window sill as well.
This trendy houseplant loves a bright spot for best growth and leaf development.
Fiddle Leaf Fig
This popular tree needs very bright light otherwise it will drop its leaves.
This plant will grow quicker in bright light, but will tolerate low light very well. Needs very little water due to their tuberous roots.
In hanging baskets and pots, these hoyas will benefit from being placed near a bright window.
6” pot, 8” bulb pan, 8” pots, and 10” sizes available! Peace lilies prefer moderate light, especially if they are going to bloom.
Birds Nest Fern
Birds nest ferns would like to be placed in a brightly lit spot.