Indoor Plant Guide
Green Thumb or Brown, There’s a Plant for You

These plants are great for beginner and intermediate houseplant owners, and no matter which you choose, you can enjoy the mental health benefits!

  1. Sansevieria 

  • Known for releasing oxygen at night, which helps sleep
  • Happy with any light level—brighter light = faster growth
  • Prefers a dry environment
  • Water only when soil is completely dry
  • Feed with fertilizer every 6 months or so

  1. ZZ (Zamioculcas Zamiifolia) 

  • Needs adequate light
  • Water every few weeks
  • Not picky about soil, as long as it is well-draining 
  • Dust leaves regularly with a damp cloth
  • Does not require fertilizing

  1. Dracaena

  • Needs 2-4 hours of bright, indirect light daily
  • Keep temperature around 60-70 degrees
  • Water thoroughly when the soil feels dry
  • Feed with a fertilizer once a month during the spring and summer 

  1. Pothos

  • Happy with bright, indirect or low light
  • Water every 7 to 14 days
  • Fertilize once every few months
  • Will climb and hang

  1. Begonia

  • Keep soil moist but don’t overwater
  • Don’t get the leaves wet when watering
  • Needs bright, indirect light
  • Remove dead or fading flowers
  • Fertilize during spring and summer

  1. Philodendron 

  • Prefers medium to bright, indirect light
  • Like a light, loamy, well-draining soil.
  • Water about once per week
  • Fertilize during spring and summer ::

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