Collection: Pick Your Plant

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In this Collection you will find starters for:

  • Pothos
  • Snake
  • Strawberries
  • Raspberry bushes

The above items will be available as I propagate them or as they become available from my garden!

The clay terracotta pot will vary with the paintings.

Snake Plants (sansevieria trifasciata) are native to tropical Africa. They are some of the toughest plants you will find with multi-colored, spear-like leaves. They are easy to care for and tolerate both bright, indirect and low light conditions.

  • Snake plants enjoy being root-bound in small pots with good drainage.
  • Allow soil to become completely dry before watering, and then water deeply until water drips through the drainage hole. Allow water to drain, then discard the water that remains in the saucer.
  •  This plant will rot quickly in excessively wet soil.
  • Fertilize or feed with worm compost once in the Spring and once in the Summer, that’s all.

Pothos (epipremnum aureum) are native to the jungles of Malaysia. They are highly adaptable with glossy, heart-shaped leaves. They are easy to care for and tolerate both bright, indirect light and low light conditions. 

Pothos must be kept up away from children and pets, as they’re known to be toxic if consumed. Reaction is known to cause sickness, not death.

  • Do not repot until roots no longer fit in current container, then only go up one pot size. Roots thrive in tight spaces.
  • Water once soil feels dry knuckle deep. 
  • Fertilize monthly during the Spring & Summer (growing months).

My two favorite house plants are Snake and Pothos due to their non-fussy, simple care and I am so excited to share them with you!

  • Snake Plant
  • Pothos