Planting Guides

Indoor Plants

Indoor plants beautify your space, enhance your mood, and purify the air.


Aloe is a durable little plant with minimal needs, and the distinct reputation of being a “wonder plant” for its healing properties. The sap within the leaves offers relief to a long list of ailments from acne and burns to indigestion.

Monsteras make a striking addition to your home due to their signature large, “Swiss cheese” leaves. They are easily grown in just about any condition, but will get large very quickly in bright light without regular pruning.

Bamboo palms

Bamboo Palms, with their larger size and stunning green foliage, are perfect for making a big statement and adding a touch of tropical. They are durable, shade tolerant, and remove formaldehyde, benzene, and carbon monoxide from the air. A simplistic container like our mid-century modern plant pot does a great job of letting the greenery speak for itself.

Fiddle Leaf Figs are an attractive plant that grows several feet tall and have big violin shaped leaves. They help eliminate dust from the air, preventing such problems as coughs, colds, sore throats, and fatigue.

Fiddle Leaf Figs

Ferns are an easy way to add lush, elegant greenery to your space. They require some maintenance to keep the soil moist and some pruning to keep them looking their best. Use our Artstone self-watering planters to ensure your ferns receive adequate moisture.

Outdoor Plants

Outdoor plants bring life, inspiration, and beauty to an everyday space.

Hens and chicks

Hens & Chicks easy-going plants that look beautiful tucked into small containers will grow well even with minimal watering. The common name comes from the growth form, where little clones grow around the initial plant. They work nicely with our bowl planters, tray planters, and cache pots.

Elephant Ears are grown for their recognizably large, heart-shaped leaves that come in various textures and shades of green. They are interesting enough to be planted on their own, but also do well as a centerpiece when planted with companion plants.

Elephant ears

Coleus plants are an excellent choice for container gardens due to the large variety of patterns and foliage colors, ranging from greens and yellows to reds and purples. These plants can overwinter indoors, and will remain full and bushy with regular pruning.

Culinary Herbs like Basil, Rosemary, Parsley, and Thyme are compact, attractive, and easy to fit in among ornamental plantings or vegetables. Plant them in railing planters or flower box planters, so they’re within easy reach to add fresh flavor to any dish.

Culinary Herbs

Roses have an extensive symbolic history and have been a long-lived favorite because of their beauty and wonderful scent. They require more care with regular watering, feeding, and pruning, but the payoff is well worth it. Make sure you use a larger pot for growth, like our classic urn planters or tub planters.

Keeping your plants thriving is a must. We carefully craft and design our planters to give you the best chance to successfully grow indoor and outdoor plants. Let our planters do most of the work and let’s grow together in harmony.

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