FOR YOUR HOME

INDOOR PLANTS

Indoor plants bring the good vibes, and they are scientifically proven to provide multiple health benefits – cleaning the air and boosting mental health. Here are some of our faves.

Orchids are usually a fickle species, but the moth orchid needs little care. With direct light this type of orchid will flower multiple times a year, even in the winter months.

Moth Orchid

CYCLAMEN

Put them in a light, airy location to see them really thrive, as minimal light will lead to smaller leaves and less vibrant flowers.

JADE PLANT

This symbol of luck is pretty low maintenance. They prefer a relaxed watering schedule, and they require full sun to reach their full potential!

FIDDLE LEAF FIG

The fiddle leaf fig is a bit temperamental, but it is well worth the effort. Be prepared to meet its demands. If you get the recipe right, your plant could grow into a glorious tree.

SNAKE PLANT

The opposite of the fiddle leaf fig, you would have to try very hard to kill a snake plant, as they flourish in very low light, with minimal watering.

RUBBER TREE

From the same family as the fiddle leaf fig, these are much easier to care for and when happy, can reach similar heights. They like bright indirect light and can survive with little water.