Transforming your office into a thriving green oasis isn't just a trend; it's a productivity-boosting, stress-reducing, and mood-enhancing game-changer. Meet this cast of characters sure to help your workflow.
At Ed's Plant Shop, we've got a crush – a four-leafed crush, if you will. Meet our Oxalis houseplants, the leafy charmers that turn heads faster than a double take at a magic show. With leaves resembling lucky shamrocks, they're the botanical version of a lucky rabbit's foot, minus the fur. Plus, Oxalis are the ultimate conversation starters, proving that our shop isn't just about plants; it's a hub of leafy gossip and greener-than-life adventures!
So, don't let the absence of direct sunlight deter you from having a thriving indoor garden. These houseplants that don't need sun to thrive, you can create a green oasis in any corner of your home. Stay tuned for our upcoming blog post, where we will dive deeper into the care tips and benefits of each of these low-light champions. Your dream of having a green haven is just a few low-light houseplants away! We deliver plants in Brooklyn and ship throughout the US!
Very few plants tie a room together like a Scindapsus can! With unique foliage, vining habit, and ease of care; it has a trifecta of awesomeness. Unlike the wildly popular Philodendron, Scindapsus houseplants are not as common and have subtleties that make them oh-so desirable. Scindapsus will happily allow the vines to amble along in just about any room and purify the air!
With over 200 species, there is a Philodendron for every taste and home style. When browsing our selection of Philodendrons for sale online, it may be overwhelming to choose just one (or two) to adopt, so we thought we'd help by putting together a list of our top five favorite Philodendrons.
Ferns are beautiful indoor plants known for their delicate, lacy leaves and ability to thrive in indirect light. In the home, ferns are an excellent choice. Their lush greenery will amplify the aesthetic appeal of your house. They can be grown everywhere as they don't require full sun to thrive.
One of our most asked questions, especially being a New York City based shop, is “what plants do well in low light”? While plants can only truly thrive in fairly bright conditions, there are a few varieties known to be able to survive under low or artificial lighting conditions.