Air Plants

easy care, cute, and perfect for those small spaces

Air Plants are very popular because of how easy they are to take care of.
Care: Every two weeks, place the plant in room temperature water for 5-10 minutes, gently shake, and set it out to dry. As easy as that!


There are still SO many more pots coming in store soon, but here’s what we have so far:

  • Smaller pottery for those smaller plants.
  • Light weight pottery!
  • Home Decor

    because everyone needs a gold bar cart in their home, right?

    Shipments are STILL rolling in and we can’t wait to show you guys what we picked out for the spring season!


    Hyacinth – Tulip – Daffodil – Iris

    Pansies & Primroses

    Cure the winter yard blues with some fresh

    These bright beauties are only $1.99 EACH and they are the perfect plants to spruce up those dull looking pots until spring product arrives.

    If you’re looking for something you can simply set on your front porch and give instant color, these mixed bowls are perfect, ranging from $14.99 to $19.99.
    They also make an excellent gift.


    Terracotta pottery is always a customer favorite. Every year we carry the classic and the chocolate terracotta. The newest addition for 2019 is "Granite" and we are sold.


    New houseplants are still coming in & making our tropical area look so fresh.

    Kids Gardening Tools

    Small tools for small humans.

    What better way to get your kids to help in the garden than by buying them some fancy new garden tools of their own?


    New air plants 😍 So many unique varieties! ... See MoreSee Less

    New air plants 😍 So many unique varieties!


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    Want your Kalanchoe to reflower? Simply cut off the flowering head, let the plant rest with reduced water, and resume its normal care. It should flower naturally in Spring.

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