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    A beloved classic with hidden talents — meet the Boston Fern.

    You’ll adore the pet-safe Boston fern for its soft, feathery leaves and gentle disposition — but there’s even more to like. According to NASA’s Clean Air Study, this subdued beauty also filters toxins from the air around you. Boston fern will thrive in a cooler area of your home that offers moderate, indirect light and plenty of room to grow in all directions. It also loves high humidity, so we highly recommend regular misting with our Haws Mister to give it the moisture boost it needs to be healthy.

    The Boston fern is non-toxic and safe for pets.

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  • Maranta Tricolor

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    Lovely, colorful, and dynamic — meet the Maranta Tricolor.

    Maranta Tricolor, also known as the prayer plant, gets its name from its nightly ritual of folding its beautifully patterned leaves in an upright position. With a striking design of pink, lime, and rich green, this plant will make a stunning addition to your home jungle. This species originates from the tropical forests of Latin America and requires a warm, high-humidity spot with moderate levels of indirect light. You’ll find that Maranta Tricolor thrives when you locate it next to other high-humidity plants in your collection such as calatheas. We highly recommend regular misting with our Haws Mister to boost humidity levels and prevent drying of its leaves.

    Maranta Tricolor is non-toxic and safe for pets.

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  • Peace Lily

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    A calming breath of fresh air — meet the Peace Lily.

     

    Highlighted by NASA’s Clean Air Study for its ability to filter toxins from the air, the peace lily is as functional as it is beautiful. It features deep emerald leaves and white flowers that will continue to bloom throughout the year. We think the peace lily makes a great plant for beginners because of its ability to thrive in lower-light environments and easy watering requirements. When this plant is overdue for a drink of water, it will communicate to you clearly with a dramatic — but temporary — drooping of its leaves.

     

    Peace Lily is not safe for pets. If you’re looking for a pet-safe air filtering plant, consider our beautiful Boston Fern.

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  • Pilea

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    Playful, quirky, and rewarding — meet Pilea.

    Pilea peperomioides, also known as the Chinese money plant, is a unique and eye-catching gem on the wishlist of plant lovers everywhere. Featuring coin-shaped leaves, Pilea is a vibrant green houseplant that will add a bold geometric element to your space. It appreciates bright, indirect light but is adaptable to lower-light environments. Pilea is nicknamed “the friendship plant” for its prodigious ability to produce small pups, or baby plants, that can be gifted to your friends or left in the pot to grow and thrive.

    Pilea is non-toxic and safe for pets.

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  • Pothos

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    Charming, cheery, and at home anywhere — meet Pothos.

    Pothos is an easy-care classic that features stunning tendrils of heart-shaped leaves, each uniquely marbled in green and gold. If you’re new to houseplants, you’ll find pothos is a fantastic first plant to learn from — it is a fast grower that is perfectly happy in a variety of light levels and requires a relaxed watering schedule. As an added benefit, pothos is able to filter out toxins from the air around you according to NASA’s Clean Air Study.

    Pothos is not safe for pets. If you’re looking for a pet-safe alternative for beginners, consider our lovely succulent.

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  • Snake Plant

    Snake Plant

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    The strong, silent type — say hello to the Snake Plant.

    Possibly the world’s most durable houseplant, the snake plant is immensely popular among both beginners and experts alike. You’ll love its stately, sword-shaped leaves, easy-going personality, and ability to thrive in nearly any lighting condition. We highly recommend adding a snake plant to your bedroom environment to improve air quality — in addition to filtering toxins from the air, the snake plant has been shown to release oxygen at night while you sleep.

    Snake Plant is not safe for pets. If you’re looking for a pet-safe air filtering plant, consider our beautiful Boston Fern.

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  • Succulent

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    Short, sweet and easy to love — meet the Succulent.

    With its stunning rosette of leaves and laid-back charm, the succulent is a fan favorite for a reason. The succulent’s original roots stretch back to the semi-desert climates of Central America, so it appreciates living in a bright spot and a relaxed weekly watering schedule.  If you’re new to the world of indoor plants, you’ll find this is a low-pressure and rewarding first plant for your collection.

    Succulents are non-toxic and safe for pets.

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