The Alocasia Polly likes bright, indirect light. West or East facing windows are great for these plants! Maintain a regular watering schedule and keep the soil of your Polly moist but not drenched or saturated. Watering once per week should suffice, depending on the lighting. This is not a drought-tolerant plant but is relatively forgiving if you forget to water it from time to time. Alocasia's also like humidity. Place near a humidifier or mist several times per week to prevent the leaves from getting brittle. Polly's are prone to spider mites, so check the leaves often and remove pests as needed with a soapy water solution.
The Pinstripe Calathea has beautiful coloring and symmetrical leaf markings, making it a great centerpiece plant! For best results, maintain a regular watering schedule and keep the soil moist, but not saturated. This is not a drought-tolerant plant. Extended periods of dryness can cause brown leaf tips or edges. Calatheas love humidity! Keep next to a humidifier or mist several times per week to keep the leaves from getting brittle.
The N'joy has a mix of vibrant white and green variegated leaves! they are easy to care for and propagate. These plants like bright, indirect light and for their soil to be keep moist. Wait until the top in of soil is dry before watering. Keep them away from direct sunlight to prevent sunburn on the leaves. The N'joy likes moderate humidity, so misting a few times per week is sufficient.
Monsteras have become a plant fan favorite! These plants put out bright green leaves with fenestrations, making them magical to look at! Monsteras like to dry out between watering. Water moderately and evenly, about once every couple of weeks. Wait until the soil is fairly dry to water again.
The Philodendron Brule Marx is a great air purifier! Their care is similar to other philodendrons. They need well-draining soil and bright, indirect light. The soil should be kept evenly moist, but not saturated or drenched. These plants have lovely, elongated green leaves and are easy to propagate.
The Chinese Money Plant, also known as the friendship plant is a true gem! It is bright, playful, very pleasing to the eye, and fairly easy to care for. The Pileas likes bright, indirect light and moderately dry soil. Watering once per week should suffice, depending on lighting. The Pilea grows pups like crazy, so you can propagate and share with your friends!
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