Corn plant, also sometimes called mass cane, is exceptionally easy to grow, making it one of the best houseplants for beginners. Corn plant bears a thick woody trunk topped by clusters of strappy dark green leaves highlighted by a lime-green stripe down the center. Corn plant's attractive appearance makes it an excellent choice for a wide range of decor styles, from country and rustic to modern and contemporary.
African Violets are small, easy to grow houseplants with clusters are small flowers over fuzzy leaves. They will bloom with lower light, though medium to bright indirect light is best. Keep soil moist to dry, and allow soil around roots to dry out before watering to encourage blooming.
Fittonias are 8 inch-long creeping plants that require very warm, humid growing conditions, but they are worth the investment because their 2 to 4 inch oval leaves are so curiously and prominently veined; the patterns branch intricately like a nerve network.
The Down Under Plant Caddie allows you to move pots up to 500 lbs with ease on five high-quality, durable nylon and steel wheel casters. One locking caster helps keep the caddie securely in place.
Parlor Palm is a popular house plant and easy to care for. Although the palm family is large, only a few make good house plants. Elegant, green leaflets on arching fronds, giving this palm a feathery canopy shape.
Attracts butterflies and the addition of a 'pop' of color gives your home curb appeal! Say 'welcome' with a bold color at your front door. Midday watering evaporates away; water thoroughly in the morning or late afternoon. Just make sure the plant dries before dark. Plants need vitamins too. Fertilize regularly with a well-balanced formula.
Wave Petunias are the most popular, award-winning series of Petunias ever grown! They have transformed American gardens, hanging baskets and containers with their super fast-growing, luxuriant, easy-care beauty. Plymouth Nursery has a wide range of colors available.