Did You Know?

Tropical houseplants absorb carbon dioxide and add oxygen and moisture to the air. In addition they can dramatically reduce the amounts of pollutants found in your home, including the chemicals benzene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde.

Bring your tender plants indoors for the winter
Mid September is a great time to bring your plants indoors for the winter. It gives them time to acclimate to their new climate. Before entering the home they should be soil drenched with a systemic insecticide and an insect spray. This leaves the critters behind!

Moving Houseplants Outdoors for the summer >> Read Article

A green plant can dramatically change the look and feel of your home, not to mention it cleans the air! Consider how you can incorporate a plant in your home. With many plants too choose from we can help you make the right selection.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The list is endless! Our selection changes weekly and we can get most anything you request. Contact Shelley or Susan at 388-3847.

Decorating with plants
>> Read Article "Decorating with Plants"

You can effectively use houseplants to provide color and style to highlight your homes best features or cover up the problem areas.

Know your decor. Contemporary, modern styles go better with plants that have clean lines and slender shapes to them. Victorian decor works well with ferns, while cacti are perfect for southwest styles.

Plants are dynamic and they create better effects when they are in contrast with one another. For instance, couple long, trailing plants with ones of small height.