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Plant Care

Enter the realm where we strive to decode the cryptic messages plants send, like "too much sun" or "not enough water." Join us as we embark on a journey to convince greenery that we're not incompetent caretakers, despite all evidence to the contrary.

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Succulent

Succulent

Succulents are plants known for their thick, fleshy tissues that store water, making them incredibly drought-resistant. They come in diverse shapes, sizes, and colors, and are popular in gardening and home decor for their low maintenance needs and striking appearance. Ideal for sunny, dry environments, succulents thrive with minimal care.
Birds of Paradise

Birds of Paradise

Overview Birds of Paradise (BOP) are regal, stunning plants known for their gorgeous, orange crane-like flowers that look like they’re about to take flight. A very popular indoor plant, you’ve...
Fittonia

Fittonia

Overview Fittonias, also known as the Nerve Plant, Mosaic Plant or Net Plant, are a genus of flowering plants in the Acanthaceae family native to the tropical rainforests of South...
Philodendron

Philodendron

Philodendrons, globe-trotting members of the Araceae family. Easy-care air purifiers with glossy foliage, they'll thrive with a little love and encouragement.
Monstera

Monstera

Monstera the Swiss Cheese plant, a nature marvel. Native to Central America, it's resilient, with large leaves and natural leaf-holes.
Peperomia

Peperomia

Peperomias, cute and innocent, but not for snacking! With 1000+ species, they offer a variety of leaf shapes and colors. Perfect for low-maintenance greenery.
Sansevieria

Sansevieria

Sansevieria, the resilient bathroom buddy from African deserts. Also known as "mother-in-law's tongue," they're forgiving and oxygen-emitting nightstand companions.
Tradescantia

Tradescantia

Overview Tradescantia, named after John Tradescant, a famous 17th century plant-hunter who’s job would make any Millennial green with envy, is also known by its many other names: Spiderwort, Spider-Lily, Cradle-Lily,...
Croton

Croton

Croton plants, tropical stunners with vibrant foliage. Despite their fussy reputation, they're easy to maintain, adding flair to any space.
Calathea

Calathea

Calathea, the artistic cousin of the Prayer Plant. With vibrant colors and patterns, they're stunning foliage wonders from Central/South America.
Dracaena

Dracaena

Dracaenas, popular indoor stunners from Madagascar. With air-purifying qualities and dramatic foliage, they're simple and striking focal points.
ZZ Plants

ZZ Plants

The ZZ plant, a stalwart warrior from Eastern Africa. With glossy leaves and resilience to neglect, it's a must-have for any brown-thumbed gardener.

Beyond Ordinary

Why settle for garden-variety when you can have Chive Flower pots? We don't follow trends; we set them! Our pots are so out-of-the-box that the box itself gets jealous. Join the cool kids' club of unconventional plant lovers and let your greens rock the runway.