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We really do have one of the best selections of houseplants around plus... we have an incredibly knowledgeable team to help you select the right houseplant or houseplants for your home.


Low Light HouseplantsHouseplants that love bright light

These plants do well with light from a North facing window, or in rooms that have windows that let in very little light. We all have rooms in our homes that meet these requirements. Check out these plants that do well in low light:
Low Light

Indirect Light HouseplantsHouseplants for Indirect or Filterd Light

It is much easier to find areas of your home that offer indirect or filtered light as indirect light can be found in areas of the home with east-facing windows.  Here is a list of plants that do well in indirect light:
Indirect Light

Bright Light HouseplantsHouseplants for Bright Light

Plants that prefer bright Light – usually means a sunny, southern or western facing window that receives direct light. They require a minimum of five to six hours of sunlight every day. How about these houseplants for your home:
Bright Light


Gardening Essentials & Accessories

Syndicate home & garden 

Bella Moss

The Bella Moss Collection features all-natural, sustainably-sourced, dried and preserved mosses that add a lush, natural accent to any creative project.

Moss Animal Planters

Bella Moss
  • 12-inch Moss Elephant Planter
  • 11-inch Moss Snail Planter
  • 11-inch Moss Turtle Planter

Bella Moss Square Ivy Post

Moss Ivy Post

32-inch Square Ivy Post, perfect for crawling plants. It has a sturdy metal stake to hold securely in the soil.

Moss Trellis

Moss Trellis

Beautiful 18-inch Moss Trellis by Syndicate home garden. Ideal for vining plants.


Don't Forget The Pottery

Terracotta animal planters Ceramic animal planters

Miniature Animal Planters

These fun and whimsical indoor planters are available in Terracotta and in Ceramic assortments. Ideal for succulents, tropicals and herbs. Selection may vary by location.

    Terracotta
  • Turtle
  • Llama
  • Hedgehog
  • Elephant
    Ceramic
  • Turtle
  • Hedgehog
  • Elephant
  • Snail
Indoor Pottery

Pacific Home & Garden Indoor Pottery

Choose from a wide selection of Pacific Home and Garden Indoor Pottery of all shapes, sizes and colors.


Foxfarm Potting Soil

Foxfarm Ocean Forest Potting Soil

Good Things From the Earth and Sea! This is their most popular potting soil, Ocean Forest® is a powerhouse blend of aged forest products, sphagnum peat moss, earthworm castings, bat guano, fish emulsion, and crab meal. Aged forest products, sandy loam, and sphagnum peat moss give Ocean Forest® its light, aerated texture. Start with Ocean Forest® and watch your plants come alive!


Scheurich Bordy

Bordy Water Plant Reserve

Helps to get the water where it's needed when it's needed - plus they are really cute!

 

VF11 Plant Food

Eleanor's VF-11 Plant Food

All-purpose plant food feeds indoor and outdoor plants. Is great when used during transplanting or cutting to help stimulate plant growth. This non-burning formula feeds safely through the leaves or roots. One of our favorites and highly recommended by many of our knowledgeable associates.

 

Moisture Meter

Soil Moisture Sensor Meter - Soil Water Monitor

Indoor or outdoor use. Take the guess work out of the watering needs of your plants with this handy little tool. Insert the probe int the soil approximately 3 to 4 inches to receive your reading.


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