Emerald palm looks like a palm, but it’s more like a succulent! The botanical name is Zamioculcas zamiifolia. Its lush, green growth and incredible resistance make it a favorite household plant. Emerald palm facts Name – Zamioculcas zamiifolia Family – Araceae Type – succulent houseplant Height – 1 ½ to 3 ft (0.5 to 1 m) indoors Exposure – well-lit, […]
With its amazing colorful bloom girdled with a crown of deep green leaves, Bromelia does every thing it can to catch your eye. This exotic beauty comes in many shapes and varieties, and is often the most original indoor plant of our homes.
Many cactus plants are considered extremely appealing to decorate the inside of our apartments and homes. It may be unexpected, but these growing conditions offer great potential for cactus flowers to appear.
Poinsettia gets all the votes at Christmas for its red bracts and ruby foliage match the colors of the party: red and green. But once the season is over, how can you get it to bloom again? Is it doomed?
Native to Central and South America, amaryllis counts over 80 hybrid species with flowers simple or double, large or average-sized, with varied colors. Planting depends on the season and whether you’re going for pot or ground-growing.
Key Mammillaria facts: Botanical name – Mammillaria spp. Common name – Mammillaria, pillow cactus, cushion cactus, and more depending on the species Family – Cactaceae Type – Cactus Height – 16 inches (40 cm) Use – pot Exposure – light, but without direct light Soil – sandy, gravely, well-drained, dry Planting – spring Flowering – […]
Do you tend to forget watering your plants? Succulents and Cactus are the solution! These plants are virtually care-free. Their many shapes and sizes lend a touch of exotic graphic shapes to your home.