Design details : This handsome hunk is planted in a long ribbed terracota pot.
Snake Plant (Sansevaria) : This is a very low-maintenance houseplant that is primarily grown for its resplendent leaves. It is a very hardy plant and can tolerate over-watering and under-watering as well as over exposure and under exposure to sun. Mudfingers recommends this for new gardeners. This plant is planted in a round ribbed terracota pot.
Light: Thrives well in full sun as well as partial shade. When kept in full sun, the plant tends to flower (not too eye-catchy) as well as a shine is seen in the leaves.
Soil: Very well drained sandy mixture.
Watering: Very drought tolerant plant. Water once in 3-4 days during summers and once a week in winters.
Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once in 2 months is more than sufficient during the growing months of spring.
Repotting: The snake plant does not enjoy being re-potted very often, so re-pot only when the pot cracks from growth. They’re best potted within a clay pot that can crack once maximum growth space within the pot is used.
Propagation: Very easy to propagate. Divide the plant during re-potting.
Speed of Growth: Slow
Flowers: Well cared plants give forth white colored flowers.
Tips: Air purifitying: While all plants purify air-borne toxins the snake plant is among the top plant’s tested and added to a list by NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) for removing, benzene, formaldehyde and other harmful toxins.
Blushing Bromeliad (Neoregelia Tricolor) : A tropical beauty to behold, these bromeliads are very short statured and make some awesome table plants. This one has been placed in a blue tin pot that can be hanged in your balcony (east or north facing)
Light: Indirect light or moderate shade. Do not expose to direct sunlight.
Water: Keep water in the central cup. Change water frequently with clean water to prevent rot.
Soil: Any kind of soil is suitable. They need soil only for support.
Propagation: Gives forth babies regularly. Cut these and plant them to grow into mature adults.
Repotting: Mature bromeliads should not be repotted. Smaller bromeliads can be potted into small containers until they are established.
Green tips: The two best tips for success are these: make sure the plant is potted adequately so it won’t pull over the container and provide ample warmth and humidity.
Design details : Great indoor plants to add a zing to your living rooms
Dimensions : Width: 9″; Height: 2′-6″
Ficus Green Island: Is a typical ficus plant that can thrive in an eastern sill or window. Excellent indoor plants. These gorgeous beauties are planted in a white terracotta pot to enhance the deep emerald of the leaves.
ZZ Plant in Ceramic Pot (Zamioculcas Zamifolia) : A gracefully colorful plant, this Zamioculcas Zamifoliais good for partial shade and is planted in a brown Indian ceramic pot.
You get 3 plants in this elegant ceramic pot.
Size : 18 Inches (Length) X 5 Inches (Width) X 2 Inches (Depth)
Neon Plant (Scindapsus Aureus) Set of 2 : The neon plant is an easy to grow, hardy indoor plant. It is a very good air purifier and cleanses the surrounding off toxins. Available in creeper version as well as a miniature version that can be placed on workstations. If put on the ground, they make excellent ground covers too. This plant is in a plastic hanging pot.