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We carry a full line of houseplants from the most common to the hard to find. Check out our front window! We regularly stock: African Violets, Begonias, Bromeliads, Cactus and succulents, Dracaena, Cyclamen, Bulb plants, Calla lily, Floor plants, Peace plant/Spathiphyllum, Gerbera and much more. We have terrarium plants and supplies.

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Aglaonema-Chinese Evergreen
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Aglaonema CHINESE EVERGREEN Large variegated leaves, bush form. Most commonly used as an interior plant. Color: Green, silver, or white variegated leaves
Agapanthus- Lily of the Nile
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Agapanthus LILY OF THE NILE Globes of tubular flowers grow on tall stalks over shiny lance leaves. Color: Purple, blue, or white
African Violet
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Keep the soil lightly moist and use room temperature water. Leaves are susceptible to rot if kept in high humidity, so water African violets from the bottom to avoid getting excess water on the leaves. Dust dirt off the leaves with a small, soft brush. Fertilize every 2 weeks with a high phosphorous plant food, but only during the spring and summer growing season. Only start to fertilize when the plant appears to need an extra boost. Over-fertilizing is a more common problem than under-fertilizing. Many varieties prefer warm conditions (65°F / 18°C or warmer) though some can tolerate cooler conditions. Keep away from drafty windows in winter. Thin, dark green leaves and leggy stems tell you that the plant is getting too little light; light green or bleached leaves indicate too much light. Plants should be shifted to larger pots as they grow, but keeping African violets slightly root-bound can encourage them to bloom. The optimal time for repotting is after some leaves have wilted a bit.
Aloe Vera
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The first step in aloe vera plant care is to realize that this plant is a succulent. Like cacti, succulents do best in dry conditions. When growing aloe vera plants, plant them in a cactus potting soil mix or a regular potting soil that has been amended with additional perlite or building sand. Also, make sure that the pot has plenty of drainage holes. Aloe vera plants cannot tolerate standing water. One important thing in the care of aloe vera houseplants is that they have proper light. Aloe vera plants need bright light, so they do best in south- or west-facing windows. Read more at Gardening Know How: Aloe Vera Plant Care – How To Grow An Aloe Plant https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/aloe-vera/aloe-vera-plant-care.htm
Anterium
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Anthurium Waxy, colored, lance or heart shaped spathes with protruding anthers bearing flowers then berries, rise gracefully above dark green leather foliage. Color: Red, pink, or white spathe
Begonia
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Fill your desired containers with well-draining potting soil. The container should be at least twice the size as the diameter of the tuber. Insert the tuber partially in the soil with the indented side facing up; the top of the tuber should be about level with the surrounding soil. Spacing tubers 3 to 5 inches apart for container gardening. Water-in the soil around the tuber until the soil slightly settles. Avoid adding water directly to the top of the tuber; if the indentation holds water it could rot. Start the container indoors in cooler locations, and then move outside once temperatures are warmer
Burros Tail
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Sedum burrito is a perennial, evergreen, pendent succulent with many long, hanging stems up to 3.3 feet (1 m) long and fleshy, blue-green leaves. It is related to Sedum morganianum, but has smaller and more compact, spherical and shorter leaves.
Cyclamen-assorted colors and sizes.
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Cyclamen are actually a type of bulb or more specifically a Corm (a short, thickened vertical stem). Their native habitat is the Mediterranean and Southern Europe. In your home, Cyclamen like to be a little on the cooler side with temperatures around 61˚F and in direct light or bright indirect light.

While in bloom, keep the root ball moist and feed the plant every two weeks. Cyclamen should be kept moist by watering in a tray and allowing the roots to take up the water rather than watering from above the plant which can lead to rotting. Remove yellow leaves and spent flowers.

When cyclamen are done blooming they can be discarded or the corm can be saved. After the foliage dies back, the plant should be left to dry. The corm should then be dug and repotted in midsummer and placed in a warm place so it can establish roots before returning it to a cool 55 - 60˚ F. to encourage flowerin


Caladium-Elephant Ear
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Caladium ELEPHANT EAR Heart shaped leaves on compact plants. Color: Pink, white, green and red, often variegated leaves
Calathea-Prayer Plant-Rattlesnake Plant
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Calathea PRAYER PLANT/ RATTLESNAKE PLANT Boldly marked upright oblong leaves with a wide variety of coloration and pattern. Color: Green, dark green, cream and red leaves
Chlorophytum comosum-Spider Plant
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Chlorophytum comosum SPIDER PLANT Linear leafed plant with a graceful form. Plantlets are formed at the base of the cascading flower stems. Color: Green or white and green variegated leaves
Colocasia_Taro
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Colocasia TARO Heart-shaped, downward arching leaves on tall stems. Color: Green or black leaves
Codiaeum variegated-Croton
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Codiaeum variegatum CROTON Vibrant coloration and patterns, on bushy plants with a variety of leaf forms. Color: Red, green, gold, orange, yellow and rose leaves
Citrus
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Citrus Large glossy leaved shrubs or small trees producing sweet or tart fruits. Fragrant blooms. latifolia ’Bearss’ Lime reticulata Clementine sinensis ’Washington’ Orange sinensis ’Valencia’ Orange limon ’Meyer’ Lemon Fortunella ’Nagami’ Kumquat Color: Green leaves, White to blush bloom
Cordyline-assorted
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Cordyline Thin straplike or wide leaf varieties, in a range of brilliant red, green, or multi-hued tones. Color: Red, green, orange, purple, and striped leaves
Dracena-assorted
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Dracaena Strap shaped leaves can be straight green or colorfully striped. Different species are grown as a small bush or more upright tree. Color: Green, gold, lime, red or variegated leaves Dracaena d. ’Janet Craig’ Dracaena d. Warneckii Dracaena f. ’Massangeana’ Dracaena marginata Dracaena reflexa
Ferns assorted
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Ferns ‘Tropical Ferns’ encompasses an immense group of genus, species and cultivars. Listed are just a few that are excellent interior plants, that perform equally in the landscape or containers and in a variety of conditions. Color: Green, white, or lime leaves Asparagus - Foxtail, Plumosa, Sprengeri Adiantum - Maidenhair Asplenium - Bird’s Nest Cyathea - Tree Fern Nephrolepis - Boston, Kimberly Platycerium - Staghorn Pteris - Brake
Ficas-assorted
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Ficus FIG A large genus which ranges from tall upright trees, to vines and shrubs. Color: Green or red leaves benjamina - Weeping Fig carica - Common Fruit Bearing Fig elastica - Rubber Plant lyrata - Fiddle Leaf Fig pumila - Creeping Fig
Gardena-Cape Jasmine
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Gardenia CAPE JASMINE Highly fragrant waxy white flowers on bushy plants with glossy oval leaves. Color: White
Gloxina
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Gloxinia flower care is not too difficult. Place gloxinias in a bright area, out of direct sunlight. A location near a sunny window just outside the reach of the sun’s rays is ideal. Growing gloxinia houseplants thrive in average room temperatures of between 60-75 F. (16-24 C.). Water gloxinias often enough to keep the soil moist. The leaves develop brown spots if they get wet, so apply the water directly to the soil under the leaves. If allowed to dry out, gloxinias go dormant. Use a high-phosphorus liquid plant food every two weeks on your flowering gloxinia houseplant. When growing gloxinia houseplants as annuals, they don’t need repotting. If you pot up the plant in a decorative container or need to replace some of the soil because of accidental spillage, use an African violet potting soil. Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Gloxinia Houseplants: Learn About The Care Of Gloxinia Plant https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/gloxinia/growing-gloxinia-houseplants.htm
Hedra-Ivy-assorted
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Hedera IVY A tropical variety vine for climbing, creeping, or hanging. Color: Green, variegated gold or variegated white leaves
Hibiscus
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Hibiscus Large open faced blossoms in a variety of brilliant colors. Bush form can be shaped into standard. Color: Orange, red, pink, salmon, yellow, white, bi-color
Heather
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Mediterranean Pink Heather, Erica x darleyensis 'Mediterranean Pink', will likely be the first perennial to adorn your garden with a vast array of blooms. Rosy, pendulous flowers garnish the needle-like foliage in late winter and early spring! As a low growing spreading shrub, Mediterranean Pink Heather works well as a mounding ground cover or informal edging. Its cascading habit delightfully covers sunny hillsides and retaining walls. This plant requires little maintenance other than a simple cut back every few years after blooming to keep it fresh and full
Jade
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Learning about the care and maintenance of jade plants (Crassula ovata) is easy. The most important factors to consider when growing jade houseplants is water, light, temperature, and fertilizer. Watering a Jade Plant One of the most important things when you care for jade plants is to make sure that they are watered properly. Never let a jade plant dry out completely. But also, do not water a jade plant too often, as this can cause root rot. Don’t water your jade plant on a schedule. Rather, water your jade plant when the top of soil is just dry to the touch. Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Jade Houseplants – Tips For The Care And Maintenance Of Jade Plants https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/jade-plant/jade-plant-care.htm
Kalanchoe
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Kalanchoes are pretty low-maintenance plants, thriving in the low humidity of winter households. Choose Kalanchoe plants that have plenty of unopened flower buds, rather than ones in full bloom, and be sure to give them: Sunlight Soil Water Temperature Fertilizer They prefer bright, sunny locations, especially in the summer growing season. An ordinary potting soil mix is fine. Water moderately throughout the summer and reduce watering in the winter. Let the soil surkface dry out between waterings, and in the winter, the plant can almost dry out. Watch the fleshy leaves for signs of water distress. They prefer warmth. Do not let fall below 55ºF. Feed bi-weekly in the summer with a liquid fertilizer, or use slow-release pellets.
Cestrum-Day Jasmine
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Cestrum DAY JASMINE Bright tubular flowers give way to colorful berries on shrubby plants. Color: Rose, orange, yellow, white
Jasminum sambac-Arabian Jasmine
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Jasminum sambac ARABIAN JASMINE A vine with clusters of highly fragrant star faced funnel flowers. Color: White
Justicia-Shrimp Plant-Brazilian Pine
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Justicia SHRIMP PLANT/ BRAZILIAN PLUME Upright or cascading showy bracts with white flowers protruding at tips of each branch. Color: Salmon, coral, red, or pink bracts. White blooms
Manihot esculenta-Tapicoa
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Manihot esculenta TAPIOCA ’Variegata’ Deeply lobed green leaves with creamy yellow centers, on bright red stems. Color: Cream, yellow and green variegated leaves
Palms-assorted
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Palm Popular in warmer climates, palms make great landscape accents in the New England garden. Many species also thrive indoors. Available in a vast array of genus, species and cultivars providing many forms and sizes. Color: Green, silver or blue fronds
Passion Flower
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Passiflora PASSION FLOWER/ PASSION VINE Complex unique inflorescence on tendril climbing vine. Color: Blue, white, purple, scarlet
Peperomia caperata
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Peperomia caperata Low growing mounding plant with fleshy oval or heart shaped leaves. May be rippled or smooth. Color: Green, red, grey, marbled or variegated leaves
Philodendron-assorted
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Philodendron Vine and bush varieties in a range of colors, shapes and variegation. Color: Green, red, lime, or variegated leaves
Phormium-New Zealand Flax
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Phormium NEW ZEALAND FLAX Upright plant with spiky sword-like foliage in a variety of dramatic color combinations. Color: Green, red, lime, orange, olive, pink, yellow striped or solid leaves
Pothos-assorted
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Pothos A popular easy care vine with heart shaped leaves. Primarily in interior settings. Color: Green, silver or lime often variegated leaves
Plumbago auriculata-Leadswort
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Plumbago auriculata PLUMBAGO/ CAPE LEADWORT A tropical shrub bearing phlox-like blooms along each stem. Consistently blooms throughout the season. Color: Blue or white
Sanchezia nobilis-Zebra Plant
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Sanchezia nobilis ZEBRA PLANT Bushy plant with yellow veins on green leaves can produce orangey flowers, Used primarily as a foliage plant in New England. Color: Yellow and green leaves
Sansevieria-Snake Plant-Mother In Laws Tongue
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Sanseveria SNAKE PLANT/ MOTHER IN LAWS TONGUE Broad upright sword-like leaves. Carefree as interior plant. Color: Dark green, yellow or cream variegated leaves
Schefflera-Umbrella Tree-False Aralia
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Schefflera UMBRELLA TREE/ FALSE ARALIA Large variation in leaf form dependant on species. Shiny oval leaves, to slender narrow, jagged toothed leaves. Color: Green, dark purple green, or creamy white variegated leaves
Spathiphylum-Peace Lily-Many sizes
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Spathiphyllum PEACE LILY Bushy plant with large, glossy, pointed oval leaves. Produces multiple showy hood-shaped inflorescences. Color: Dark green leaves, white bracts
Strelitzia-Bird Of Paradise
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Strelitzia BIRD OF PARADISE Large upright plant with broad oval leaves. The inflorescence emerges from a horizontal beak-like bract and resembles a bird’s plumed head. Color: Orange and blue or white and blue
Syngonium-Arrowhead Vine
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Syngonium ARROWHEAD VINE Oval heart to arrow shaped leaves. Color: Green, silver, white or pink leaves
Zamioculcas zamifolia-ZZ
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Zamioculcas zamifolia ZZ PLANT Glossy pinnate leaves on upright stems. Prized for being an easy care interior plant. Color: Green leaves
Grow All Purp. Houseplant/Espoma Organic 24 Oz. Liquid
$13.99
  • All natural & organic
  • Mix with water ~ Feed instantly
  • Beneficial microbes ensure superior results

 


Indoor Food/8 oz. Espoma Organic Liquid
$7.99
Promotes growth and greening Mix with water Feeds instantly No measure - no mess
Houseplant Liqid Food/12 oz. Bonide
$5.29
A balanced 10-10-10 fertilizer ideally formulated for houseplants. Just 7 drops per quart of water for lush, healthy plants.
Bloom/Super Blossom Booster/24 oz. Espoma Organic Liquid
$13.99
  • Stimulates abundant fruit and flowers
  • Promotes and prolongs flowering
  • Easy dose auto fill cap

 


START/Starter Food/24 oz./Espoma Organic
$13.99
  • Helps plants establish fast
  • Promotes rapid root growth
  • Easy dose auto fill cap

 


Plant Starter/Qt./Bonide
$9.49
3-10-3 Fertilizer For use on fruit, vegetables, flowers, trees, bedding, plants, etc., to stimulate early and strong root development. Promotes green, more vigorous growth.
Citrus/Espoma Organic 8 oz/concentrate
$7.99
For organic gardening, promotes big and juicy fruit Mix with water Feeds instantly No measure No mess
African Violet Food/8 oz. Espoma Organic
$7.99
  • Promotes flowering
  • Mix with water
  • Feeds instantly
  • No measure - no mess

Fish/24 oz. liquid food/Espoma Organic
$10.99
Starter plant food Promotes roots and growth Helps plants establish fast No measure/no mess easy dose cap For organic gardening
African Violet Liquid Food/8 oz. Boinde
$5.29
African Violet Food With a 2-7-7 N-P-K ratio, this tropical plant food has been specifically formulated to meet the unique needs of cacti and succulents.
Fish Fert./Conc. pint/Atlantic Boinde
$8.49
Made by a unique cold process that protects the vitamins, amino acids and enzymes The micro and macro nutrients required by plants No unpleasant odor Can be used on all plants, will not burn when used as directed Made in the usa
Cactus Liqide Food/8 oz. Boinde
$5.29
Cactus Food Just a small amount with each watering brings forth beautiful blooms, lush foliage and excellent plant vigor of all flowering plants. Formula 7-10-7 AVF.
Cactus/Succulent/8 oz. Espoma Organic liquid
$7.99
Promotes growth and greening Mix with water Feeds instantly No measure - no mess
Orchid Bloom Booster/8 oz. Espoma Organic Liquid
$7.99
Promotes flowering, growth and greening Mix with water Feeds instantly No measure - no mess
Orchid Food/9-7-9 conc./8 oz. liquid
$5.29
Liquid Orchid Food This 9-7-9 formula designed specifically for orchids provides moisture and nutrients for healthy and robust bulbs and blooms. Approximately 10 drops per quart of water.
Insect/Houseplant Spray/Bonide Eight 12 oz.
$6.29
No odor, non-staining, all purpose insecticide. Kills insect and disease pests on over 60 varieties of ornamentals and houseplants. Great for container gardens too.
Mite-X Houseplant Spray/12 oz. Boinde
$6.29

A broad spectrum, effective indoor/outdoor mite control on vegetables, fruit, nuts, vine crops, shrubs, berries, herbs, spices, ornamentals, evergreens, greenhouse plants and interior plants. Made from botanical cottonseed, clove and garlic extracts. Also kills aphids and thrips.

 


Insecticidal Soap/Insect Spray/12 z. Bonide

Potassium Salts of Fatty Acids From Plants Kills insects on contact. Ideal for houseplants, vegetables, flowers, fruits...Patented formula does not persist in the environment and may be used up to day of harvest. Suitable for organic gardening.

 


  Insecticidal Soap/Insect Spray/12 z. Bonide  $6.29
  Insecticidal Soap/Qt./Ready to use Boinde  $9.99
Neem Oil Insecticide/ OT/Ready to use Bonide
An all purpose insecticide, miticide, fungicide for organic gardening. Derived from the Neem seed. Use on roses, flowers, vegetables, herbs, spices, houseplants, trees, turf and shrubs. Kills all stages of insects - eggs, larvae and adults. Makes a great dormant spray.
  Neem Oil Insecticide/Natural/32 oz. ready to use/Bonide  $11.99
  Neem Oil/Insecticide/Pint Concentrate/Boinde  $19.99
Deadbug/Capt. Jack Insect Spray/Qt. Ready to use
Contains Spinosad "spin-OH-sid". Deadbug Brew® kills bagworms, borers, beetles, caterpillars, codling moth, gypsy moth, loopers, leaf miners, spider mites, tent caterpillars, thrips and more!
  Capt.Jack's Deadbug Brew Insecticide/Natural/32 oz. ready to use/Boinde  $8.99
  Capt.Jacks's deadbug Brew Insecticide/Natural/Pint Concentrate/Boinde  $19.99
Truck Delivery/20 bags or more
$45.00
"Truck.delivery" for more than 20 bags. NOT choosing one of these deliveries will just hold product in store for "Instant Pick Up". (Seee delivery policy for all details)
Van Delivery/Under 20 bags
$27.50

VAN DELIVERY "Van.delivery" for less than 20 bags or "Truck.delivery" for more than 20 bags.  NOT choosing one of these deliveries will just hold product in store for "Instant Pick Up". (See delivery policy for all details)