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The chart below has specific house plant care information so you can pick the right plant to match your home or office enviroment perfectly.

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Light
Bright
Indirect
Light
Low
Light
African Mask

(Alocasia x amazonica)
 X 
African Violet

(Saintpaulia ionantha)
 X 
Arrowhead Vine

(Syngonium podophyllum)
 XX
Begonia - Fibrous

(Begonia species)
 X 
Begonia - Rhizomatous

(Begonia species)
 X 
Begonia - Tuberous

(Begonia species)
 X 
Bromeliad

(Bromeliad species)
 XX
Cast-Iron Plant

(Aspidistra elatior)
  X
Corn Plant

(Dracaena fragrans)
 XX
Croton

(Codiaeum variegatum var. pictum)
 X 
Dumb Cane

(Dieffenbachia seguine)
 XX
Elephant's Ear

(Caladium bicolor)
 X 
Gardenia

(Gardenia augusta)
XX 
Peace Lily

(Spathiphyllum wallisii)
 XX
Pothos or Devil's Ivy

(Epipremnum aureum)
 XX
Weeping Fig

(Ficus benjamina)
XX 
ZZ Plant

(Zamioculcas zamiifolia)
 XX


More houseplants added regularly, check back often!

 




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Lady Beetles

Commonly known as Lady Bugs, eat aphids, mealybugs and many different types of insect eggs.

If you want to use them as beneficials in your garden, release them at night, or keep them in their wire topped containers for a day or so before release.

Either technique will help keep them in the area, and working on your specific insect problems, instead of just flying away.


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