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35 Dog-Friendly Plants: Popular Indoor Plants That Are Safe For Dogs And Non-Toxic To Dogs

An estimated 33.1 million households (27%) in the United States participate in indoor houseplant gardening, 66% of Americans have indoor plants and 7 in 10 millennials considered themselves plant parents, according to data from 2019. That number has likely only gone up, as it was already following an upward trend and houseplant demand rose 18% during the height of the pandemic, according to the same data.

If you're both a dog parent and a plant parent, you're not alone. Plants are not only great for home decor, they've also shown to be air purifiers, mood lifters, productivity boosters and overall beneficial for mental health. But many are toxic to our canine companions, so we put together a list of dog-friendly plants and popular indoor houseplants that are actually safe for and non-toxic to dogs. There's 35 options, so you can find some to match pretty much any interior design style!

Here's a list of popular houseplants that are toxic to dogs.

1. African Violet

African Violet characteristics and care instructions

African Violet Characteristics:

  • Low-maintenance plant with flowers.
  • Blooms come in purple and pink hues.
  • Under 12 inches tall, making them suitable for small spaces.

African Violet Care:

  • Light: Bright light (though not direct sunlight) is preferred but can thrive without bright light and can be grown under fluorescent lights.
  • Soil: Well-drained potting mix is crucial to prevent root rot.
  • Water: Keep soil moist but avoid overwatering and under watering. Standing water should be avoided and water under the leaves to prevent contact. Try using warm water to maintain high humidity.
  • Temperature & Humidity: Warm and humid conditions (around 70°F) are preferred and drafts should be avoided.
  • Fertilizer: Use African violet fertilizer every other week in spring and summer.
  • Other care tips: Regularly remove dead flowers and leaves.


JM BAMBOO African Violet Plants (3 Pack, Assorted Colors)

JM BAMBOO Miniature African Violet Plants (5 Pack, 2 Inch Pots)

Optiflora African Violet Variety Pack (4 Assorted Plants, 4 inch Pots)

2. Aluminum Plant

Aluminum Plant characteristics and care instructions

Aluminum Plant Characteristics:

  • Features variegated gray-and-green leaves.
  • Under 12 inches tall, making them suitable for small spaces.
  • Relatively easy to care for, despite its pickiness regarding growing conditions.
  • Roots can grow quickly, so regularly repotting into larger planters can prevent issues of crowding and becoming root bound.

Aluminum Plant Care:

  • Light: Thrives in medium to low light - with at least four hours of bright, indirect light daily - but adaptable to low light conditions.
  • Soil: Well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter and drainage is essential.
  • Water: Water when top quarter inch is dry (watering is necessary when the top inch of soil is dry). Maintain evenly moist soil during spring and summer (growing season) and reduce watering in winter but mist occasionally.
  • Temperature & Humidity: Likes humidity, benefits from misting, and should be kept away from moisture-wicking heat sources.
  • Fertilizer: Use a 5-5-5 water-soluble plant food monthly during the growing season. No fertilizer is needed during winter.


Thirsty Leaves Live Indoor Aluminum Plant

3. Areca Palm

Areca palm characteristics and care instructions

Areca Palm Characteristics:

  • Also known as the butterfly palm, Dypsis lutescens, the areca palm brings a tropical feel to interiors.
  • Sensitive to fluoride in water, so benefits from distilled water or rainwater.

Areca Palm Care:

  • Light: Thrives with bright light, ideally near a south- or west-facing window.
  • Soil: Well-draining, peat-based potting mix to prevent root rot.
  • Water: Likes moist soil but is sensitive to overwatering. Allow to slightly dry out between waterings. Use distilled or rainwater due to fluoride sensitivity.
  • Temperature & Humidity: Thrives in average temperatures of 65 °F-75°F and high humidity (crucial for optimal growth). Can tolerate normal indoor humidity but may develop brown leaf tips in dry conditions. Keep away from cold windows, air conditioners, and heat sources.
  • Fertilizer: Requires frequent fertilization from spring to early fall using liquid fertilizer. Avoid feeding during late fall and winter when dormant.
  • Other Care Tips:
    • Pruning: Remove dying, mostly brown fronds, as they still contribute to photosynthesis.


American Plant Exchange Areca Palm (10 inch Pot)

House Plant Shop Areca Palm Areca (4 inch Pot)

    4. Banana Palm

    Banana palm characteristics and care instructions

    Banana Palm Characteristics:

    • Banana trees bring a tropical vibe and can even be used in tropical cuisine.
    • Can grow to 6 feet tall or more. Dwarf varieties range from 2-4 feet.
    • Replicating their natural habitat is essential for growth, though indoor trees rarely produce fruit.

    Banana Palm Care:

    • Light: Bright, indirect sunlight is necessary. Place near a south- or west-facing window. Use grow lights if natural light is insufficient.
    • Soil: Well-draining potting mix with moisture retention capacity.
    • Water: Keep soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Water when the top inch of soil is dry.
    • Temperature & Humidity: Thrives in warm temperatures and high humidity - around 75 °F-85°F during the day and above 60°F at night. Misting, humidity trays, or humidifiers can help achieve proper humidity levels in (maintain humidity during dry conditions, such as winter).
    • Fertilizer: Apply balanced, water-soluble fertilizer every 2-4 weeks during the growing season. Reduce in fall and winter.
    • Other Care Tips:
      • Pruning: Remove dead leaves to encourage growth and maintain appearance.
      • Repotting: Repot every 2-3 years into a larger pot, preferably in spring.
      • Pests & Diseases: Watch for spider mites, mealybugs, and aphids. Treat promptly with suitable solutions.
      • Space Management: Banana palms can grow tall indoors; ensure sufficient ceiling clearance or prune to manage size.


    Brighter Blooms Banana Plant (1-2 Feet Tall)

    American Plant Exchange Dwarf Banana Plant (6 Inch Pot)

    9Greenbox Dwarf Banana Plant (4 inch Pot)

    5. Basil

    Basil plant characteristics and care instructions

    Basil Characteristics:

    • Basil Non-toxic to pets but intended for human consumption.
    • Grows well in pots on patios or sunny windowsills.
    • Plant basil seeds or young plants at the recommended spacing, about 1/4 inch deep.

    Basil Care:

    • Light: Bright, indirect sunlight, preferably near a south or west-facing window. Requires 6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily.
    • Soil: Well-draining pot with drainage holes and a quality potting mix with organic matter.
    • Water: Maintain consistent soil moisture without overwatering. Allow the top inch of soil to dry before watering.
    • Temperature & Humidity: Thrives in warm temperatures (around 70°F or higher) and a fair amount of humidity. Avoid chilly places, such as windows in winter or in front of air conditioning. Misting pr placing container on wet river rocks may be necessary, particularly in dry homes, to increase humidity.
    • Fertilizer: Apply balanced liquid fertilizer every 4-6 weeks or half-strength fertilizer every 2-3 weeks to prevent over-fertilization.
    • Other Care Tips:
      • Pruning: Regularly trim tops and top two leaves of stems to encourage bushier growth. Remove flowers to prevent bitterness and maintain leaf production.
      • Repotting: Repot into a larger container as the plant grows.
      • Pests & Diseases: Watch for aphids and spider mites. Address prompt with damp cloth, insecticidal soap or other suitable solutions.


    Sweet Basil Seeds for Planting (150 Seeds)

    Large Leaf Italian Basil Seeds for Planting

    Sweet Basil Seed for Planting (3 pack)

    Pesto Basil Seed Pod Kit (6 Pods)

    6. Bird's Nest Fern

    Bird's nest fern characteristics and care instructions

    Bird's Nest Fern Characteristics:

    • Simple yet beautiful with bright green color and textured leaves.
    • Air-purifying plants.
    • May boost creativity and happiness, making them great for home offices.

    Bird's Nest Fern Care:

    • Light: Medium to bright, indirect light or partial shade. Avoid harsh direct sunlight, especially in the afternoon. East- or north-facing windows work well.
    • Soil: Peat-based potting mix with good drainage and rich in organic matter.
    • Watering: Keep soil evenly moist but not soggy. Water when the top inch of soil is dry. Avoid watering the center of the plant to prevent mold and rot.
    • Temperature & Humidity: Thrives in temperatures 60 °F-80°F as well as high humidity and moist environments, like bathrooms or with the use of a humidifier. Protect from drafts and extreme cold.
    • Fertilizing: Feed with a balanced houseplant fertilizer diluted to half strength once a month during the growing season (spring through early fall). Avoid direct contact with fronds to prevent burning.


    American Plant Exchange Bird's Nest Fern (6 Inch Pot)

    Costa Farms Bird's Nest Fern Plant (15-Inches Tall)

    Rooted Bird's Nest Fern (4 Inch Pot)

    7. Boston Fern

    Boston fern characteristics and care instructions

    Boston Fern Characteristics:

    • Beautiful and low-maintenance.
    • Need a stable environment to avoid damage but adapting to the plant's needs will ensure healthy growth.
    • Pests and diseases are less likely indoors than outdoors.

    Boston Fern Care:

    • Light: Bright, indirect light, such as filtered morning sun and afternoon shade.
    • Soil: Organically rich, well-draining, loamy soil such as peat-based mix with added perlite.
    • Watering: Keep soil lightly moist during active growth (spring and summer). by watering weekly. Reduce watering to every other week in fall and winter.
    • Temperature & Humidity: Maintain temperatures between 65 °F-75°F (avoid extremes above 95°F or below 35°F). Thrives in humidity above 80%. Use trays of water and pebbles as well as misting to raise humidity.
    • Fertilizer: Feed monthly with a 20-10-20 liquid houseplant fertilizer at half strength during spring and summer. No fertilization in late fall and winter. requiring feeding every two months


    Costa Farms Boston Fern

    Costa Farms Boston Fern (2 Pack)

    Boston Fern (6 Inch Pot)

        8. Bromeliad

        Bromeliad characteristics and care instructions

        Bromeliad Characteristics:

        • Vibrant tropical plants with long-lasting blooms.
        • They thrive in open areas with indirect sunlight.
        • High humidity is beneficial for their growth.

        Bromeliad Care:

        • Light: Bright, indirect light, adjusting to specific genus preferences.
        • Soil: Fast-draining potting soil or orchid mix with good moisture retention and drainage.
        • Watering: Keep soil moist but not soggy. Consider watering the plant's natural cup formed by leaves at the base, but avoid standing water to prevent root rot.
        • Temperature & Humidity: Prefer temperatures between 60 °F-85°F and 40-50% humidity. Tolerates temperature variations but protect from cold. Consider mimicking tropical, humid, shady conditions as high humidity is beneficial for growth.
        • Fertilizer: Use diluted liquid fertilizer at half strength during the growing season. Avoid fertilizing mature plants in winter or when flowering.


        Costa Farms Bromeliad Live Plant (12 Inches Tall)

        American Plant Exchange Bromeliad (6 Inch Pot)

        California Tropicals Red Bromeliad (4 Inch)

        9. Burro's Tail (Donkey's Tail)

        Burro's tail Donkey's tail succulent plant characteristics and care instructions

        Burro's Tail (Donkey's Tail) Characteristics:

        • Trailing succulent suitable for hanging baskets.
        • Resilient and drought-resistant once established.

        Burro's Tail (Donkey's Tail) Care:

        • Light: Full to partial sun. Thrives in warm sunlight, but can tolerate partial shade. Ensure daily light exposure indoors, such as on a sunny windowsill.
        • Soil: Well-draining, sandy soil such as cacti or succulent-specific soil mix. Use a container with drainage holes to prevent water retention.
        • Watering: Less frequent watering is ideal, as over-watering can be harmful. Soil should dry out completely between waterings. Water more during spring and summer, reduce in fall and winter and choose a pot with drainage for better moisture control.
        • Temperature & Humidity: Prefers temperatures between 65-75°F and average humidity (excessive humidity can lead to rot). Tolerates cooler temperatures (down to 40°F briefly) but avoid frost and drafty conditions.
        • Fertilizer: Fertilizing isn't necessary but can be beneficial. Use a balanced 20-20-20 fertilizer at the beginning of the growing season (spring). Adjust strength for mature and younger plants.


        Donkey's Tail Burro's Tail (4 Inch)

        Donkey Tails (4 inch)

        Donkey Tail Cluster (4 Inch Pot)

        10. Button Fern

        Button fern characteristics and care instructions

        Button Fern Characteristics:

        • Originates from New Zealand and Australia.
        • Hardy and easy to grow, so suitable for novice gardeners.
        • Smaller, typically grows to approximately 9-14 inches.
        • Has a fine root structure that reduces how often it needs repotting.

        Button Fern Care Instructions:

        • Light: Bright filtered light. Tolerates medium to low light with some natural light. Avoid direct sunlight.
        • Soil: Well-draining, water-retentive potting mix but adaptable to various soil conditions.
        • Watering: Maintain slightly moist potting. Consistency required, avoid waterlogging or prolonged dryness.
        • Temperature & Humidity: Ideal temperature range is 65°F-75°F and thrives in high humidity, so often benefits from added moisture in dry environments.
        • Fertilizer: Use quarter-strength well-balanced organic fertilizer monthly from spring through summer.
        • Other Care Tips:
          • Repotting: Rarely needed due to fine root structure. Repot into slightly larger pot when rootbound, typically every 2 years.
          • Propagation: Easily propagated by splitting and repotting sections, ensuring bright filtered light and moisture.


          House Plant Shop 'Lemon Button' Fern (4 inch Pot)

          California Tropicals Button Fern (4 Inch)

            11. Calathea

            Calathea plant characteristics and care instructions

            Calathea Characteristics:

            • Also known as zebra plants or peacock plants.
            • Large tropical leaves with unique stripes or stippling.
            • Requires specific conditions and not the most low-maintenance plant.

            Calathea Care:

            • Light: Filtered light or shade to mimic natural habitat. Avoid direct sun that can burn leaves, as they are sensitive to too much light.
            • Soil: Prefers loamy, humusy soil with organic matter, slightly acidic to neutral pH and proper drainage.
            • Watering: Keep soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.
            • Temperature & Humidity: Thrives at temperatures between 70°F-85°F (but can tolerate down to 60°F) and high humidity. Maintain humidity levels of 50% or higher, can use humidifier or tray of water and pebbles to help.
            • Fertilizer: Apply liquid balanced fertilizer at half strength once a month in spring, summer, and fall. Avoid fertilizing in winter.


            Costa Farms Calathea Dottie Plant (12 Inch Tall)

            American Plant Exchange Calathea Rattlesnake Lancifolia Plant (6 Inch Pot)

            California Tropicals Calathea Peacock Makoyana (2 Inch Pot)

            Hirt's Gardens Store Rattlesnake Calathea (4 Inch Pot)

            Rooted Rattlesnake Calathea Lancifolia (4 Inch Pot)

            Rooted Calathea Orbifolia (4 Inch Pot)

            Plants For Pets Calathea Variety Pack (4 Pack)

              12. Cast Iron Plant

                Cast iron plant characteristics and care instructions

                Cast Iron Plant Characteristics:

                • Low-maintenance.
                • Suitable for indoor and outdoor growth.
                • Occasionally produce cream and purple flowers indoors.
                • Grows two to three feet tall.

                Cast Iron Plant Care:

                • Light: Thrives in indirect light but can tolerate low light levels. Avoid direct sunlight. North-facing windows are ideal indoors. 
                • Soil: Tolerant of various soils with good drainage; prefers organically rich soil with slightly acidic to neutral pH.
                • Watering: Water when soil dries out. Can maintain moderate soil moisture but avoid overwatering to prevent root rot.
                • Temperature & Humidity: Prefers temperatures between 60 °F-75 °F and moderate humidity (though not essential for growth). Protect from temperatures below 50 °F.
                • Fertilizer: Feed with all-purpose liquid fertilizer monthly during spring and summer (avoid fertilizing in fall and winter). Apply after watering to prevent root damage.


                American Plant Exchange Cast Iron (6 inch Pot)

                American Plant Exchange Cast Iron Plant (6 Inch Pot)

                California Tropicals Cast Iron Aspidistra Elatior 'Milky Way' Plant (4 Inch)

                    13. Chinese Money Plant

                    Chinese money plant characteristics and care instructions

                    Chinese Money Plant Characteristics:

                    • Also called coin or pancake plant and known for uniquely shaped leaves.
                    • Originates from Southwest China and associated with good luck.

                    Chinese Money Plant Care:

                    • Light: Medium to bright indirect light. Avoid harsh, direct sunlight and rotate regularly for symmetry.
                    • Soil: Well-draining, rich soil such as peat-based or coir-based organic potting mix with added perlite. pH of 6.0-7.0 is best.
                    • Water: Allow soil to almost dry between waterings but water well when dry. Drooping leaves indicate the need for watering.
                    • Temperature & Humidity: Average temperature and humidity are suitable. Avoid excessive dryness from heating sources and protect from temperatures below 50°F (though brief cold exposure in winter can encourage blooming).
                    • Fertilizer: Monthly in spring and summer with balanced all-purpose fertilizer (follow instructions for amount). Avoid fertilizing during fall and winter.


                    Rooted Chinese Money Plant (4 Inch Pot)

                    California Tropicals Rare Chinese Money Plant Pilea Peperomioides - Live House Plant - 4 Inch Pot for Easy Care Perfect for Office Home And Feng Shui Decor Real Plants for Gardening

                    Optiflora Set of 2 Pilea peperomioides Plants 2 inch Pot - Chinese Money Plant Pancake Plant UFO Plant

                    Hirt's Gardens Chinese Money Plan (2.5 Inch Pot)

                      14. Cilantro

                      Cilantro characteristics and care instructions

                      Cilantro Characteristics:

                      • Cilantro is a short-lived plant with fast growth.
                      • Seeds are used as coriander.
                      • Flowering cilantro can reach 24 inches in height.
                      • Pruning helps extend the plant's life for culinary use.

                      Cilantro Care:

                      • Light: Bright indirect light, such as morning sun in an east-facing window. Avoid intense direct sunlight.
                      • Soil: Airy, fast-draining soil or premium potting mix with perlite or sharp sand for drainage.
                      • Watering: Keep soil regularly moist but not soaked. Aim for about 1 inch of water per week.
                      • Temperature & Humidity: Keep on the cooler side and higher temperatures will rush the plant to flower then seed (or bolt). Maintain 65-75°F and average humidity (around 40%).
                      • Fertilizer: Use liquid fertilizer or controlled-release pellets (organic cilantro can use organic fertilizer or compost) once a month.
                      • Other Care Tips:
                        • Pruning: Prune young plants by about 1 inch for fuller growth and snip soft stems for extended harvest. Also, rotate plant when harvesting.
                        • Repotting: Dislikes repotting. Repot garden-center cilantro once but seed-grown cilantro can transition to a larger pot. Mature plants don't need repotting.
                        • Container & Size: Use a deep pot (12 inches deep, 18 inches wide). Plastic pots help maintain humidity.


                      David's Garden Seeds - Cilantro

                      Sow Right Seeds - Cilantro (2 Pack)

                      Home Grown Cilantro Seeds

                      Gaea's Blessing Seeds - Cilantro

                      Survival Garden Seeds - Cilantro

                        15. Copper Rose Succulent

                        Copper rose succulent plant characteristics and care instructions

                        Copper Rose Succulent Characteristics:

                        • Rosette-shaped leaves ranging from green to coppery-red.
                        • Forgiving and adaptable, but proper care with attention to watering and light is crucial for health and vibrancy.

                        Copper Rose Succulent Care:

                        • Light: Bright, indirect sunlight. Tolerates some direct sun in morning or early afternoon but avoid intense afternoon sun.
                        • Soil: Well-draining succulent/cacti potting mix or create mix with regular soil, perlite, or coarse sand for drainage improvement.
                        • Watering: Allow soil to dry between waterings (check moisture 1 inch deep). Water thoroughly when dry and more often in growing season, less in dormant period.
                        • Temperature & Humidity: Prefers 60°F-75°F daytime temperatures and tolerates cooler nights, but protect from frost. Doesn't require high humidity and is adaptable to normal household humidity.
                        • Fertilizer: Use diluted balanced liquid succulent fertilizer once a month during active growing season and avoid fertilizing during dormancy.
                        • Other Care Tips:
                          • Pruning: Remove dead/dried-out leaves at base for neat appearance and pest/disease prevention.
                          • Repotting: Repot into slightly larger container if outgrowing or root-bound, typically every 2-3 years.
                          • Propagation: Propagate through leaf/stem cuttings. Let cuttings dry/callous before planting in well-draining soil then water sparingly until new growth.
                          • Pests & Diseases: Watch for mealybugs, aphids and scale. Treat with insecticidal soap, neem oil or other suitable solution. Ensure good air circulation to prevent fungal issues.


                        Copper Rose Succulent Plant (2 inch Pot)

                        16. Echeveria

                        Echeveria succulent plant characteristics and care instructions

                        Echeveria Characteristics:

                        • Succulent with plump rosettes, varying in colors from greenish-silver to blue-green or lilac-hued.
                        • Can grow up to 11 inches.
                        • Can move outdoors during summer for better growth.
                        Echeveria Care:
                        • Light: Needs 4-6 hours of bright, direct sunlight daily. Avoid intense afternoon sun and provide some shade during strong sun. 
                        • Soil: Well-draining, porous mix that prevents excess moisture, like standard cactus potting mix or a homemade mix with regular soil, sand, and perlite.
                        • Watering: Water when soil is completely dry, every 1-2 weeks and more often in summer. Avoid overwatering and don't let water sit in rosettes. Under-watering is better than overwatering. Soak soil through drainage holes.
                        • Temperature & Humidity: Thrives in hot, dry conditions and dislikes cold temperatures or drafts. Average household temperature is sufficient but avoid high humidity locations.
                        • Fertilizer: Occasional fertilizing in spring and summer using cactus/succulent fertilizer or balanced 20-20-20 liquid fertilizer diluted and low-nitrogen for young plants. Avoid over-fertilizing.
                        • Other Care Tips:
                          • Pruning: Remove dead leaves from bottom to prevent pests.
                          • Propagation: Can be propagated from leaf or stem cuttings. Allow cuttings to dry before planting in well-draining soil.
                          • Pests & Diseases: Prone to aphids, fungus gnats, spider mites, or succulent mealybugs.


                        Costa Farms Echeveria Succulents (4 Pack, 2.5 Inch)

                        Shop Succulents Mini Succulents Variety Pack (12 Pack)

                        Sprout N Green Succulent Plants (5 Pack)

                          17. Friendship Plant

                          Friendship plant characteristics and care instructions

                          Friendship Plant Characteristics:

                          • Tropical plant with distinctive velvety crinkly leaves.
                          • Pale pink flowers can bloom under the right conditions.

                          Friendship Plant Care:

                          • Light: 6-8 hours of bright, indirect light daily. Avoid direct sunlight.
                          • Soil: Nutrient-rich, loose, well-draining soil such as blend of compost, perlite, and coco coir.
                          • Watering: Enjoys consistent moisture, so water regularly when top inch or two of soil is dry. Avoid overwatering to prevent soggy soil and root rot.
                          • Temperature & Humidity: Prefers temperature range of 60-80°F ( but protect from temperatures below 60°F) and moderate to high humidity (around 60%).
                          • Fertilizer: Use well-balanced, half-strength liquid fertilizer monthly during growing season and withhold fertilizer in winter.
                          • Other Care Tips:
                            • Propagation: Easily propagated through cuttings and roots quickly.

                            18. Haworthia (or Zebra Plant)

                            Haworthia zebra plant characteristics and care instructions

                            Haworthia Characteristics:

                            • Slow-growing succulent with rosettes of fleshy green leaves spotted with white warts or bands.
                            • Also has soft spines, with a slightly similar look to Aloe.

                            Haworthia Care:

                            • Light: Bright light with some shade, but can tolerate moderate-to-low light conditions. Avoid intense direct sunlight.
                            • Soil: Sandy, well-draining, neutral soil with good drainage such as a mix with perlite, gravel, or pumice for better drainage.
                            • Watering: Water when top inch of soil dries out but don't let it completely dry out. Avoid overwatering and collection of water in rosettes to prevent rot.
                            • Temperature & Humidity: Likes warm temperatures (70°F-95°F) in summer and cooler temperatures (down to 50°F) in winter (but sensitive to cold below 40°F). Humidity isn't critical, but needs good ventilation.
                            • Fertilizer: Use cactus fertilizer in spring and summer, avoid in fall and winter.
                            • Other Care Tips:
                              • Repotting: Needs repotting every 2-3 years.
                              • Propagation: Easily propagated by separating offsets and clusters can be separated to multiply plants.


                            Costa Farms Haworthia Succulent (4-Inches Tall)

                            Costa Farms Haworthia Succulents (4 Pack, 2.5 Inches)

                            California Tropicals Haworthia Zebra Succulent (4 Inch)

                            19. Hoya

                            Hoya plant characteristics and care instructions

                            Hoya Plant Characteristics:

                            • Tropical plants with waxy foliage and cascading growth, so ideal of changing baskets to provide a vertical accent.
                            • Comes in a variety of species, but most are generally easy to maintain.
                            • Can bloom

                            Hoya Plant Care:

                            • Light: Bright, indirect light. Some require morning or evening sunlight for 2-6 hours per day, but avoid too much sun as that can scorch or discolor leaves and halt blooming. Also avoid too low of light, which can cause brown leaves and stunted plant growth.
                            • Soil: Well-draining, lightweight, balanced soil with slightly acidic to neutral pH (6.1-7.5). Generally, not particular about the type of soil as long as there's good drainage and air circulation. Dense or wet mixes can cause rot. You can add perlite to ensure drainage.
                            • Watering: Water every one to two weeks, but allow soil to dry completely between waterings to prevent root rot. Water less often in dormant periods.
                            • Temperature & Humidity: Prefers warm temperatures of 68 °F-75°F and high humidity (between 60-70%, though some varieties prefer 50-60%). Hoyas will become dormant and won't flower below 68°F, and will yellow or drop leaves above 75°F. They can tolerate lower humidity but may have stunted growth.
                            • Fertilizer: Don't need much fertilization but a balanced, slow-release fertilizer with nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium can be applied monthly.
                            • Other Care Tips:
                              • Repotting: Repot every three years or so to replace the soil and give roots room to grow. Use only a slightly larger pot than the current one.


                            American Plant Exchange Assorted Hoya Plants (2 Pack, 6 Inch Pots)

                            American Plant Exchange Hindu Rope Hoya Carnosa Krinkle Wax Plant (4 inch Pot)

                            California Tropicals Hoya Carnosa Krinkle Wax Plant

                            JM BAMBOO Hindu Indian Rope Plant (2 Pack, 4 Inch Pots)

                            Nature's Way Farms Hoya Carnosa Variegated (7-11 Inch Tall)

                                20. Majesty Palm

                                Majesty palm characteristics and care instructions

                                Majesty Palm Characteristics:

                                • Elegant arching fronds with rich green foliage.
                                • Grows up to five feet tall.
                                • Can stretch and lose leaves if not provided with the right balance of light, water, and fertilization

                                Majesty Palm Care:

                                • Light: Bright indirect light. Provide as much light as possible indoors without exposing to full sunlight.
                                • Soil: Well-draining, slightly acidic potting mix with added peat for good drainage.
                                • Watering: Keep soil evenly moist but not waterlogged. Avoid letting soil get too dry between waterings.
                                • Temperature & Humidity: Grows well in temperatures between 65-85°F and prefers high humidity (but can tolerate average household levels). In cold climates, use a humidifier to maintain humidity or mist the plant daily.
                                • Fertilizer: Weak liquid fertilizer once or twice during the growing season and avoid in winter. Consider cacti fertilizer and Epsom salts for magnesium. Supplemental iron may be needed to prevent yellowing leaves.


                                Costa Farms Majesty Palm (3-4 Feet Tall, 8 Pounds)

                                Costa Farms Majesty Palm (3-4 Feet Tall, 10 Pounds)

                                American Plant Exchange Majesty Palm (10 inch Pot)

                                    21. Money Tree

                                    Money tree characteristics and care instructions

                                    Money Tree Characteristics:

                                    • Money trees have braided trunks.
                                    • Can grow to 6 feet indoors and taller outdoors.
                                    • Can be pruned for braiding, bonsai training, or size control.
                                    • Believed to bring luck and fortune to their owners

                                    Money Tree Care:

                                    • Light: Bright to medium indirect sunlight for at least 6 hours a day indoors. Money trees can thrive under fluorescent light if natural light is insufficient.
                                    • Soil: Sandy, peat-moss-based soil with good drainage to avoid root rot.
                                    • Watering: Water regularly when the top inch of soil is dry. Ensure proper drainage, avoid overwatering and adjust frequency according to seasons.
                                    • Temperature & Humidity: Prefer temperatures between 65-75°F and high humidity. Increase humidity using pebble trays, misting, or a humidifier. Avoid placing near drafts.
                                    • Fertilizer: Monthly fertilization in spring and summer, bi-monthly in fall and winter. Use a diluted half-strength basic fertilizer blend.


                                    Costa Farms Money Tree (3-4 Feet Tall)

                                    Costa Farms Money Tree (16 Inches Tall)

                                    Costa Farms Money Tree (10-Inches Tall)

                                    Plants for Pets Money Tree

                                    JM BAMBOO Money Tree Plants (4 Inch Clay Pot, 10-12 inches Tall)

                                      22. Olive Tree 

                                      Olive tree characteristics and care instructions

                                      Olive Tree Characteristics:

                                      • Brings Mediterranean beauty to indoor spaces.
                                      • Outdoor care: suitable for warm and sunny climates, may need protection in winter.
                                      • May not produce olives but remains attractive.

                                      Olive Tree Care:

                                      • Light: Direct sunlight for 6 hours daily, preferably from a south-facing window.
                                      • Soil and Drainage: Well-draining potting mix or cactus mix. Avoid compost or mulch and consider adding gravel to bottom for stability.
                                      • Watering: Keep soil slightly moist, but avoid overwatering. Water when top inch is dry.
                                      • Temperature & Humidity: Prefers temperatures between 65-80°F and average humidity. Can tolerate low humidity and even drier climates.
                                      • Fertilizer: Feed with balanced slow-release houseplant fertilizer monthly during spring and summer; stop in fall and winter.
                                      • Other Care Tips:
                                        • Pruning: Prune in spring for bushier growth, cut above leaf node at 45-degree angle.
                                        • Container & Size: 16-20 inch deep container with large drainage holes. Use ceramic, terracotta or wood as plastic containers heat up. Elevate container for better drainage.


                                        American Plant Exchange Olive Tree (6 Inch Pot)

                                        American Plant Exchange Olive Tree (5 Inch Pot)

                                        Perfect Plants Olive Tree (27 Pounds)

                                        Brighter Blooms Olive Tree (3-4 Feet Tall)

                                        23. Orchid

                                        Orchid flower plant characteristics and care instructions

                                        Orchid Characteristics:

                                        • Elegant flowering plants that can bloom for up to four months with proper care.

                                        Orchid Care:

                                        • Light: Partial, bright, indirect light from south- or east-facing windows. Avoid direct sunlight to prevent burning.
                                        • Soil: Require special well-draining, lightweight orchid-growing mix. Common mixes include bark, sphagnum moss, perlite, and peat.
                                        • Watering: Allow soil to dry between waterings to prevent rot. Water when mix feels dry or roots are shriveled, typically twice a week in warmer months and once a week in colder months.
                                        • Temperature & Humidity: Prefer the 50-90°F temperature range and humidity levels of 40-70%. Avoid cold drafts, direct sunlight, and dry air from heaters.
                                        • Fertilizer: Use orchid-specific fertilizer during growing season, following label instructions. Avoid fertilizing in winter months.


                                        Just Add Ice Orchid (3 Inch Pot, 15 inch Tall)

                                        Hallmark Flowers Orchid (5 Inch)

                                        FLORAL Store Orchid (5 Inch)

                                        DecoBlooms Orchid (5 inch) 

                                        24. Parlor Palm

                                        Parlor palm characteristics and care instructions

                                        Parlor Palm Characteristics:

                                        • Slow growers and light feeders.
                                        • Heavy pruning can prevent growth.
                                        Parlor Palm Care:
                                        • Light: Bright, filtered sunlight or northern exposure but adaptable to low light conditions. Place away from direct sunlight.
                                        • Soil: Use well-drained, peat-based potting mix with neutral pH indoors.
                                        • Watering: Keep soil evenly moist but avoid overwatering. Water when top inch of soil is dry. 
                                        • Temperature & Humidity: Prefer temperatures between 65°F-80°F, but can tolerate down to 50°F (avoid frost though). Maintain average humidity and prevent cold drafts.
                                        • Fertilizer: Feed with weak liquid fertilizer in growing season, avoid in winter.
                                        • Other Care Tips:
                                          • Pruning: Remove dried or discolored fronds but avoid overpruning to prevent growth stoppage.


                                        Costa Farms Parlor Palm (12 Inches Tall)

                                        American Plant Exchange Parlour Palm Live (6 Inch Pot)

                                        House Plant Shop Parlor Palm (4 Inch Pot)

                                        Rooted Parlor Palm (4-inch Pot)

                                        25. Peperomia (also known as Baby Rubber Plant and American Rubber Plant)

                                        Peperomia baby rubber plant American rubber plant characteristics and care instructions

                                        Peperomia Plant Characteristics:

                                        • Also known as Baby Rubber Plant and American Rubber Plant
                                        • Diverse group of plants with several varieties.
                                        • More forgiving of occasional watering lapses than overwatering
                                        • Container-friendly.

                                        Peperomia Plant Care:

                                        • Light: Medium to bright light, but can adapt to low light. Protect from direct sun.
                                        • Soil: Loose, well-draining, slightly acidic soil.
                                        • Water: Allow top two inches of soil to dry between waterings, when the plant is about 50-75% dry. Avoid overwatering and soggy soil to prevent root rot.
                                        • Temperature & Humidity: Prefers warm, humid environment between 65°F-75°F and humidity of 60-70%. Protect from freezing temperatures and increase humidity with pebble trays, misting, or humidifiers.
                                        • Fertilizer: Can survive without supplemental fertilizer. If needed, use diluted liquid fertilizer monthly in growing season and avoid in winter. Less is more.


                                        California Tropicals Peperomia Obtusifolia (4 Inch)

                                        California Tropicals Peperomia Hope (4 Inch)

                                        California Tropicals Watermelon Peperomia (4 Inch)

                                        California Tropicals Variegated Peperomia  (4 Inch)

                                        California Tropicals Owl Eye Peperomia (4 Inch)

                                        Costa Farms Raindrop Peperomia (12 Inches Tall)

                                        Rooted Baby Rubber Plant Peperomia Obtusifolia (4 Inch)

                                        Rooted Hope Peperomia tetraphylla 'Hope' (4 Inch Pot)

                                          26. Polka Dot Plant

                                          Polka dot plant characteristics and care instructions

                                          Polka Dot Characteristics:

                                          • Striking and exotic plant that is native to Madagascar.

                                          • Grows about 10 inches indoors, but up to 3 feet outdoors.

                                          Polka Dot Plant Care:

                                          • Light: Bright, indirect light from east or south-facing windows.

                                          • Soil: Rich, well-drained potting mix with organic content. Improve drainage with pumice or perlite.

                                          • Water: Keep soil evenly moist, water when top half-inch is dry. Okay with moderate soil moisture, but slightly reduce watering in winter.

                                          • Temperature & Humidity: Prefers temperatures over 60°F and at least 50% humidity. Best to maintain temperatures at 70–80°F and avoid frost.

                                          • Fertilizer: Feed organic houseplant fertilizer once a month during the growing season.


                                          California Tropicals Red Polka Dot Plant (3 Inch)

                                          California Tropicals White Polka Dot Plant (3 Inch)

                                          California Tropicals Pink Polka Dot (3 Inch)

                                          27. Ponytail Palm

                                          Ponytail palm characteristics and care instructions

                                          Ponytail Palm Characteristics:
                                          • Also known as Beaucarnea recurvata.
                                          • Unique appearance with draping fronds.
                                          • Low maintenance and slow growing.
                                          Ponytail Palm Care:
                                          • Light: Full sun or bright indirect light. Choose a bright location with direct or indirect sunlight indoors.
                                          • Soil: Sandy, organically rich soil such as cactus/succulent mix with peat.
                                          • Water: Requires dry soil. Water every 7-14 days during growing season and reduce watering in winter. Avoid overwatering.
                                            • Temperature & humidity: Prefers low humidity and warm temperatures above 60°F (can tolerate down to 50°F for short periods).
                                            • Fertilizer: Do not require much fertilization, weekly to monthly liquid fertilizer during growing season, such as a slow-release pellet fertilizer in spring. Reduce feeding in winter.
                                            • Other Care Tips:
                                              • Pruning: Trim damaged leaves and prune secondary shoots to maintain trunk appearance.
                                              • Repotting: Repot as needed in spring (yearly for larger growth). Under-potting in a container can help with root confinement and thriving.
                                              • Propagation: Offsets can be removed and potted but is difficult due to lack of roots on offsets. Use rooting hormone for better rooting.
                                              • Pests & Diseases: Watch for spider mites, mealybugs, and scale. Use horticultural soaps, neem oils or other suitable solutions. Rare disease problems include leaf spots, stem rots, bacterial leaf streak.


                                            Costa Farms Ponytail Palm (15-20 Inches Tall)

                                            American Plant Exchange (6 Inch Pot)

                                            United Nursery Ponytail Palm (6 Inch)

                                            House Plant Shop Palm 'Ponytail' (6 Inch Pot)

                                            Hirt's Gardens Store Guatemalan Red Ponytail Palm (6 Inch Pot)

                                              28. Prayer Plant

                                              Prayer plant characteristics and care instructions

                                              Prayer Plant Characteristics:

                                              • Named for its leaves, which fold together at night and resemble praying hands.
                                              Prayer Plant Care:
                                              • Light: Indirect sunlight, but tolerates low light. Bright light is needed in winter, but avoid direct sunlight to prevent scorching or blotches.
                                              • Soil: Well-draining acidic soil (pH of 6.0), such as traditional potting mix. DIY mix: 2 parts peat moss, 1 part loamy soil, 1 part perlite.
                                              • Water: Likes evenly moist soil, so keep top layer moist and avoid letting soil dry out completely. Also avoid water on leaves to prevent fungal issues. Yellow leaves and dropping can result from both over and under watering.
                                              • Temperature &is  Humidity: Prefers 60 °F-80°F temperatures and high humidity. Avoid prolonged lower temperatures, which can damage leaves, and add humidity using a humidifier, tray of water and stones, or mist leaves.
                                              • Fertilizer: Fertilize every 2 weeks in spring to fall, reduce to monthly in winter. Use water-soluble houseplant fertilizer diluted to half-strength. Avoid too little (slow growth) and too much (root burn) fertilizer.


                                              Rooted Red Prayer Plant Maranta Leuconeura (4 Inch Pot)

                                              California Tropicals Maranta Lemon Lime Prayer Plant (4 Inch)

                                                    29. Rosemary

                                                    Rosemary characteristics and care instructions

                                                    Rosemary Characteristics:

                                                    • Large, shrubby, aromatic herb.
                                                    Rosemary Care:
                                                    • Light: Direct, full light (6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily) such as bright windowsills or well-lit rooms. Supplement with artificial LED light if necessary.
                                                    • Soil: Well-draining, sandy cactus soil or mix sand into traditional potting soil.
                                                    • Watering: Requires precise watering to maintain well-hydrated soil. Allow soil to dry out completely between waterings. Mist plant occasionally (rosemary likes absorbing moisture from the air).
                                                    • Temperature & Humidity: Tolerates temperatures from 50°F-80°F and average humidity. Prefers good air circulation to prevent fungal diseases, especially in humid climates, and avoid excessive humidity to prevent powdery mildew. Most rosemary varieties can't survive below 30°F.
                                                    • Fertilizer: Feed with liquid fertilizer monthly in growing season (spring to fall).
                                                    • Other Care Tips:
                                                      • Pruning: Prune and harvest often to keep plants bushy and healthy.
                                                      • Repotting: Repot in spring into same-size pot to control size or into larger pot for bigger plants.
                                                      • Container & Size: Pots should be around 12 inches deep to accommodate root growth with adequate drainage holes.


                                                    Click and Grow Smart Garden Rosemary Plant Pods (3 Pack)

                                                    Gaea's Blessing Seeds Rosemary

                                                      30. Spider Plant

                                                      Spider plant characteristics and care instructions

                                                      Spider Plant Characteristics:

                                                      • Spiky, flared or draping leaves.
                                                      • Easy to grow and resilient.
                                                      • Favored by veterinarians.
                                                      • Acts as an air purifier, removing toxins from the home.
                                                      Spider Plant Care:
                                                      • Light: Indirect bright light (avoid direct sunlight), e.g. near a bright window.
                                                      • Soil: Loose, well-draining, slightly acidic to slightly alkaline soil.
                                                      • Watering: Lightly moist, not soggy, soil but avoid overwatering to prevent root rot. Use distilled or rainwater to avoid excess fluoride and chlorine.
                                                      • Temperature & Humidity: Prefers temperatures of 60°F-80°F and humid conditions. Avoid temperatures below 50°F and protect from drafts or air-conditioning vents. Regular misting helps maintain humidity and prevents browning of leaf tips.
                                                      • Fertilizer: Feed monthly during active growing seasons (spring and summer). Use all-purpose granular or water-soluble fertilizer according to instructions. Balance feeding to avoid brown leaf tips from excess or deficiency.


                                                      California Tropicals Bonnie Curly Spider Plant (4 Inch)

                                                      California Tropicals Variegated Spider Plant (4 Inch)

                                                      Rooted Spider Plant Chlorophytum Comosum Bonnie (4 Inch Pot)

                                                      Hirt's Gardens Reverse Variegated Spider Plant (4 Inch Pot)

                                                          31. Staghorn Fern

                                                          Staghorn fern characteristics and care instructions

                                                          Staghorn Fern Characteristics:

                                                          • Originates from Australia
                                                          • Features two types of fronds.
                                                          • Adaptable for potting, wall mounting, or hanging.
                                                          Staghorn Fern Care:
                                                          • Light: Bright, indirect light. Avoid dark rooms and direct sunlight.
                                                          • Soil: Can grow in various soils but favors loose, well-draining, loamy soil.
                                                          • Watering: Keep soil lightly moist, watering every one to three weeks based on humidity (less frequent watering in humid environments or bathroom locations). Avoid overwatering to prevent root rot and use distilled or rainwater, due to the plant's fluoride and chlorine sensitivity.
                                                          • Temperature & Humidity: Keep in warm temperatures of 60 °F-80°F and humid conditions (mist regularly to help with this). Avoid temperatures below 50°F and protect from drafts and air-conditioning.
                                                          • Fertilizer: Feed monthly in growing seasons (spring and summer). Use all-purpose granular or water-soluble fertilizer (balance amount to avoid issues).


                                                          JM BAMBOO Staghorn Fern (6.5 Inch)

                                                          California Tropicals Staghorn Fern (4 Inch) 

                                                          Rooted Staghorn Fern Platycerium Bifurcatum (4 Inch)

                                                          Hirt's Gardens French Staghorn Fern Platycerium Lemoinei (4 Inch)

                                                            32. String Of Hearts

                                                            String of hearts characteristics and care instructions

                                                            String of Hearts Plant Characteristics:

                                                            • Named for its trailing variegated heart-shaped leaves.
                                                            • Deceptively tough, tolerates neglect but dislikes overwatering.
                                                            • Drought-tolerant but needs more water than typical succulents
                                                            String of Hearts Plant Care:
                                                            • Light: Bright, indirect sunlight (which can lead to more variegation). Does not do well in low light or direct light (will scorch the leaves). Large spaces between leaves means there may not be enough light.
                                                            • Soil: Well-draining cacti potting mix with added drainage components.
                                                            • Watering: Let soil dry between waterings and avoid waterlogged conditions. Water once or twice a week during growing seasons (spring and summer) and water every two weeks when dormant (fall and winter). Overwatering can cause yellow leaves and root rot. Under-watering can cause the plant to look wilted and deflated. Drought-tolerant but needs more water than typical succulents.
                                                            • Temperature & Humidity: Prefers  temperatures of 60°F-80°F and average humidity. Avoid extreme heat, cold, humid and dry conditions. Avoid temperatures below 41°F.
                                                            • Fertilizer: Feed infrequently with succulent-specific fertilizer, especially to encourage flowering. Avoid excess nitrogen to prevent softening of the plant.
                                                            • Other Care Tips:
                                                              • Repotting: Repot in spring into container two inches bigger if plant outgrows current pot.
                                                              • Container & Size: Pots should be around 12 inches deep to accommodate root growth with adequate drainage holes.


                                                              The Succulent Cult Store String of Hearts Succulent (4 Inch)

                                                              The Succulent Cult Store Variegated String of Hearts (4 inch)

                                                              Hirt's Gardens Store String of Hearts (2.5 Inch)

                                                                    33. Swedish Ivy

                                                                    Swedish ivy characteristics and care instructions

                                                                    Swedish Ivy Characteristics:

                                                                    • Cascading houseplant suitable for hanging baskets.
                                                                    • Has glossy green leaves with scalloped edges and looks similar to other Ivy 
                                                                    • but is not actually ivy (and thus not toxic to dogs).
                                                                    • Relatively easy to grow and is low to moderate maintenance.
                                                                    Swedish Ivy Care:
                                                                    • Light: Bright, indirect light but can tolerate lower light (drooping leaves indicates too much light).
                                                                    • Soil: Peat moss based potting mix with a soil pH between 5.5 and 6.5.
                                                                    • Water: Keep soil slightly moist, especially in the growing season. Water when  the top inch to several inches of the soil feels dry. Avoid overwatering, especially during winter, and letting it sit in water.
                                                                    • Temperature & humidity: Thrives in average room temperature (60-75°F) and high humidity, though it can tolerate lower humidity. Misting, humidity trays, or humidifiers can help with humidity levels. Susceptible to frost; protect from freezing temperatures.
                                                                    • Fertilizer: Feed with balanced houseplant fertilizer (20-20-20) every few weeks during growing season. Avoid fertilization in winter. Adjust if leaves appear dull or droopy and avoid excess nitrogen, which can hinder blooming.
                                                                    • Other Care Tips:
                                                                      • Pruning: Regular pruning required by cutting off leggy or unruly stems to encourage branching out and prevent it from growing too large.
                                                                      • Repotting: Repot every 2-3 years into a larger pot, preferably in spring.
                                                                      • Pests & Diseases: Watch for spider mites and mealybugs. Treat promptly with suitable solutions.


                                                                    Topiary Art Works Swedish Ivy Plectranthus verticillatus (2 Pack, 6 Inch)

                                                                    Sprig & Stone Plectranthus Australis Swedish Ivy

                                                                        34. Thimble Cactus

                                                                        Thimble cactus succulent characteristics and care instructions

                                                                        Thimble Cactus Characteristics:

                                                                        • Small, globular cactus with spines.
                                                                        • Requires minimal care.
                                                                        • Can produce pink or yellow flowers with the right care
                                                                        Thimble Cactus Care:
                                                                        • Light: Bright, indirect sunlight. Tolerates some direct sunlight, but avoid intense midday sun.
                                                                        • Soil: Well-draining cactus or succulent potting mix.
                                                                        • Watering: Let soil dry between waterings and water sparingly, around every 2-3 weeks in the growing season, once a month in dormant season.
                                                                        • Temperature & humidity: Prefers temperatures between 70°F-80°F and average humidity (but can adapt to arid conditions). Protect from freezing temperatures and cold drafts.
                                                                        • Fertilizer: Feed with diluted, balanced cactus fertilizer in the growing season but avoid over-fertilizing.
                                                                        • Other Care Tips:
                                                                          • Pruning: Remove dead or dried-out spines and debris.
                                                                          • Repotting: Repot every 2-3 years or when root-bound in slightly larger pots with drainage holes.
                                                                          • Propagation: Propagate from offsets around the base of the plant.
                                                                          • Pests and Diseases: Watch for mealybugs and scale. Treat with insecticidal soap or neem oil.


                                                                        SUCCULENTS BOX Thimble Cactus (2 Inch)

                                                                        35. Windmill Palm 

                                                                        Windmill palm characteristics and care instructions

                                                                        Windmill Palm Characteristics:

                                                                        • Named for its fan-shaped leaves. New leaves have pleated leaflets that eventually fan out. The leaves are delicate though and need protection from strong winds when grown outside.
                                                                        • Drought-tolerant once roots are well established (which can take up to three years).
                                                                        • Tolerates salt and coastal environments.
                                                                        • Can grow six to eight feet tall (and more in their natural habitat).
                                                                        Windmill Palm Care:
                                                                        • Light: Partial shade or full sun (prefers partial sun or shade in southern climates, full sun in northern). Will grow slower in partial sun or shade.
                                                                        • Soil: Can grow in various soil types and pH levels (but thrives in acidic to neutral soil) with good drainage. However,  green leaves can turn yellow when planted in overly calcareous soil.
                                                                        • Water: Keep soil consistently moist during growing season (spring through summer) and barely moist in fall and winter. New plants are susceptible to drought stress, while established plants dislike soggy soil. Established trees require watering once or twice weekly, while newly planted trees need more frequent watering until roots are established (after about three years).
                                                                        • Temperature & Humidity: Cold-hardy, can survive temperatures as low as 10°F. Flourishes in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 8a-11. Can withstand colder temperatures briefly with protection.
                                                                        • Fertilizer: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer twice a year (spring and summer or fall). You may be able to find a palm specific fertilizer to use.
                                                                        • Other Care Tips:
                                                                          • Repotting: Repot every 2-3 years as needed or when root-bound in slightly larger pots with drainage holes. Under-potting can crowd roots and help control size. Also use heavy containers, as windmill palms are top-heavy.
                                                                          • Pests and Diseases: Watch for aphids, scale and yellowing disease (lethal palm disease common in Florida). and scale. Treat with insecticidal soap, neem oil or other suitable solutions.


                                                                        American Plant Exchange Windmill Palm Tree (10 Inch Pot)

                                                                        American Plant Exchange Windmill Palm (3 Pack, 4 Inch Pots)

                                                                        Brighter Blooms Windmill Palm Tree (3 Gallon Pot)

                                                                        Perfect Plants Windmill Palm (3 Gallon)


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