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Blue Elf Aloe

Summary : Blue Elf Aloe are quite uncommon finds. These aloes are a hybrid species, bred between two other types of aloes. Blue elf aloe are characterized by their tight, blue/green leaves with teeth along the edges. They are suitable for temperatures as low as 30 degrees, but prefer to be in a hot, partial sunny area.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright, indirect/filtered sun.

Water Requirement : A general rule to follow is to wait until the soil is completely dry before watering. These plants are drought tolerant.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide and improves mental health.

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Opuntia Microdasys (Bunny Ear Cactus)

Summary : Bunny Ear Cactus takes on quite an interesting shape. These cacti are characterized by their flat, elliptical shaped pads, resembling rabbit ears. Interestingly, bunny ear cacti do not have spines. Rather, they have reddish brown glochids (prickles). Be careful when handling this cacti, they may get stuck in your skin if brushed upon.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright direct sun. 

Water Requirement : A general rule to follow is to wait until the soil is completely dry before waterings. These plants are drought tolerant. During winter months, water once every 2-4 weeks.

Health Benefits : Absorption of carbon dioxide.

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Euphorbia Tirucalli (Fire Sticks)

Summary : Fire Sticks (aka pencil cactus) are a large, bushy succulent that can grow to substantial heights with proper care and maintenance. Fire sticks are mostly green, although they will turn yellow and bright red with proper light. Please be very careful when handling, as they are toxic. When cut, they leak a white sap-like liquid that should not be touched or ingested.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright, direct light. Place anywhere that receives generous sunlight would be best.

Water Requirement : Depending on the size, waterings should occur once every 1-2 weeks. It would be best to wait until the soil is completely dry before watering.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon in the air. The bright colors add a stunning addition to any space.

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Crassula Ovata “Gollum” (Gollum Jade)

Summary : A Gollum Jade is certainly among the best for beginners. These plants are easy to care for and require little to no maintenance, which make them great for gifts. Gollum Jades are characterized by their green, tubular leaves. With proper light and care, the tips will light up with a red ring on the tip of the leaves.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright, direct light.

Water Requirement : A general rule to follow is to wait until the soil is completely dry before watering. A Gollum Jade is very susceptible to overwatering.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide and can improve mental health.

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Sansevieria Trifasciata (Snake Plant)

Summary : Snake Plants are one of the most popular plants around. Many variations of the snake plant have been developed, such as the rare Sansevieria whitney and the popular Sansevieria laurentii. All snake plants are characterized by tall, hard, upward growing spears.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright, direct light, but can tolerate low light.

Water Requirement : Depending on the size, waterings should occur once every 2-3 weeks. A general rule to follow is to wait until the soil is completely dry before waterings.

Health Benefits : Absorption of carbon dioxide and other pollutants.

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Portulacaria Afra (Elephant Bush)

Summary : Elephant Bush is a large, bushy succulent that can grow to substantial heights with proper care and maintenance. Elephant bushes come in bonsai and variegated forms. Though elephant bush generally grows upward, it could grow horizontally if placed into hanging planters.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright, indirect light. Sunny window sills will allow for excellent conditions.

Water Requirement : Depending on the size, waterings should occur once every 1-2 weeks. It would be best to wait until the soil is completely dry before watering. During the winter when there is less light, decrease the frequency of watering to 2-3 weeks.

Health Benefits : Absorbs high levels of carbon in the air. In the region where elephant bush originates (South Africa), elephant bush is used to feed elephants, goats, and tortoises.

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Haworthiopsis Fasciata (Zebra Plant)

Summary : Zebra Plants are certainly among the best for beginners. These plants are easy to care for and require little to no maintenance, which make them great for gifts. Zebra plants grow in rosette clusters, which is how they propagate. These plants are often confused with Aloe, which can also grow with short, green leaves.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright, partial or indirect light, but can tolerate lower levels of light.

Water Requirement : A general rule to follow is to wait until the soil is completely dry before waterings. Overwatering will kill the plant quickly.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide and can improve mental health.

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Echeveria Lola

Summary : Echeveria Lolas are popular succulents that are characterized by the rosettes of pale grey/blue leaves with a delicate blush of pinkish violet. It produces rounded, bell shaped flowers in the spring, which take on a yellow or rosy pink color. This succulent grows up to 6 inches in diameter. As the plant grows, it requires the removal of dead leaves in order to prevent pests.

Light Requirement : Requires partial sunlight.

Water Requirement : Make sure the soil is dry before watering again. With too much water, fungal diseases could form and kill the plant.

Health Benefits : Absorption of carbon dioxide.

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Copper King Cactus

Summary : Copper King Cacti are characterized by tall and cylindrical spurts that are covered in reddish-copper colored spines. This cactus grows up to 6 inches. Copper Kings produce sweet smelling, miniature flowers that are either white, pink, or cream in color.

Light Requirement : Requires plenty of sunlight.

Water Requirement : A general rule is to wait until soil is dry before watering again.

Health Benefits : Can help improve mental health, and absorbs carbon dioxide.

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Kalanchoe Tomentosa (Panda Plant)

Summary : Panda plants are characterized by their velvety whitish-green coat and their brown tipped leaves. Although native to Madagascar, these plants are among the very best for beginners and will do well in any indoor space. Panda plants can reach heights of about 2 feet if properly cared for and maintained.

Light Requirement : Thrives in any spot that receives generous, bright sunlight.

Water Requirement : A general rule to follow is to wait until the soil is completely dry before waterings.

Health Benefits : Absorption of carbon dioxide.

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Echeveria Pulido

Summary :This succulent is founded in Puebla, Mexico and in other parts of Central America. Pulidos echeveria can reach up to 8 inches in height and 6 inches wide. This echeveria is characterized by their curved stemless rosettes which, with proper care, will produce a distinct red tip and red edge. Can tolerate temperatures as low as 50 degrees. Too much sunlight will prevent the development of the red accents.

Light Requirement : Does best in full sunlight with partial shade.

Water Requirement : A general rule is to wait for the soil to dry out before watering the plant again. This plant is drought tolerant and with too much water, it will get damaged.

Health Benefits : Absorption of carbon dioxide.

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Haworthia Pumila

Summary : The Haworthia Pumila is native to South Africa. This slow growing succulent grows rosettes of triangular leaves. These leaves are olive green and are covered in white tubercles. They can grow up to 6 inches in diameter and 10 inches tall.

Light Requirement : Could tolerate full sun, but partial sun locations are ideal.

Water Requirement : A general rule to follow is to wait until the soil is completely dry before waterings. During winter, reduce waterings to once a month.

Health Benefits : Reduces carbon dioxide, and can improve mental health.

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Sedum Adolphii (Golden Glow Sedum)

Summary : Golden Glow Sedums are native to rocky outcrops in Mexico. They are characterized by their football shaped leaves. These succulents grow in miniature rosettes, and will have red accents with enough sunlight. They may grow up to 1 foot tall and 2 feet wide.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright indirect sunlight.

Water Requirement : A general rule to follow is to wait until the soil is completely dry before waterings.

Health Benefits : Absorption of carbon dioxide.

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Haworthiopsis Attenuata (Haworthia Enon)

Summary : Haworthia enon are extremely easy to care for, which makes them best for beginners and gifts. They are characterized by their lime green leaves and raised white specks. Haworthia enon will also develop ruby red tips on their leaves, depending on the amount of light they receive. They are able to tolerate low light very well. They are also pet and child safe.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright, indirect light and can tolerate lower light conditions.

Water Requirement : A general rule to follow is to wait until the soil is completely dry before waterings.

Health Benefits : Absorption of carbon dioxide.

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Acanthocereus Tetragonus (Fairy Castle Cactus)

Summary : Fairy Castle Cacti are native to North, South, and Central America. They are able to grow up to an impressive 6 feet tall. Fairy Castle cacti get their name from the manner in which they grow; clumped together similarly to towers of a castle. They are also characterized by golden spines along the entire cactus.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright indirect sunlight.

Water Requirement : A general rule to follow is to wait until the soil is completely dry before waterings.

Health Benefits : Absorption of carbon dioxide.They also release oxygen at night which may help improve sleep.

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String of Pearls

Summary : String of Pearls are native to Southwest Africa. This succulent consists of spherical, pea shaped leaves. The leaves grow on trailing stems that gracefully spill over the sides of planters and hanging baskets. String of pearls grow as long as 1-2 feet.

Light Requirement : Prefers bright indirect light. If they're outdoors, they like a shaded area. If they're planted indoors, they prefer to be near the window with strong natural light. Direct sunlight will burn them easily.

Water Requirement : String of Pearls are very sensitive to overwatering, so make sure that you give them just enough water. Recommended amount is once every two weeks.

Health Benefits : May help improve mental health.

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Graptosedum California Sunset

Summary : Graptosedum California Sunsets are characterized by thick, ruby red and green leaves. These succulents may grow up to 1 foot tall and 9 inches wide. Graptosedum California Sunsets are generally not toxic, which makes them child and pet safe. They actively grow in the spring and fall.

Light Requirement : Does well in full to partial sun. They need around 6 hours of sunlight per day.

Water Requirement : Soak soil and do not water until soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits : Will release oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide.

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Cotyledon Tomentosa (Bear Paw)

Summary : Bear Paws are characterized by thick, fuzzy leaves that come to several points at the tip. Under the right conditions, the tips of the leaves turn deep red. This plant could grow up to 12 inches tall. Bear Paws are certainly one of the most unusual looking succulents.

Light Requirement : Minimum six hours of indirect light per day.

Water Requirement : It is only necessary to water them when the soil has completely dried.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon and may improve mental health.

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Echeveria Perle Von Nurnberg

Summary : Echeveria Perle Von Nurnberg are among the most popular succulents and are quite stunning. They are characterized by broad, purple toned leaves. Echeveria PVN can grow up to 5 inches in height and 6 inches in width. They are native to Mexico, and are a hybrid species developed around 1930.

Light Requirement : Prefers full to partial sun.

Water Requirement : Allow soil to dry out completely between watering.

Health Benefits : Purifies the air around the plant.

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Threaded Agave

Summary : The Threaded Agave is native to Central Mexico, Queretaro and Mexico state. This plant forms rosettes which are dark green leaves with ornamental white bud imprints. It can produce flowers which are yellowish green to dark purple. This plant can grow up to 2 feet. The Threaded Agave is not child and pet friendly as the sap they release can cause irritation.

Light Requirement : Prefers bright, direct or indirect light.

Water Requirement : Water once the soil is completely dried out before watering again.

Health Benefits : Purifies the air around the plant .

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Aeonium Kiwi

Summary : Aeonium Kiwi are characterized by rosettes that are green and yellow. With proper care, they will develop a touch of pink along the edges. During the summer, yellow flowers may blossom. This succulent can grow up to 3 feet tall.

Light Requirement : Thrives in full sun with partial shade.

Water Requirement : Water the plant when soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide.

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Aloe Nobilis (Golden Tooth Aloe)

Summary : Golden tooth aloe are characterized by their broad shaped leaves with teeth running along the edges of the plant. With enough sunlight, the leaves will begin to turn a golden-orange color, hence its name “golden tooth”. This aloe is native to South Africa.

Light Requirement : Place in light shade. It needs shade from the afternoon sun when grown in hot environments. Growing in full sun, the leaves of these succulents may become orange, and with too much sunlight, it may develop burn marks.

Water Requirement : Water moderately during the warmer months and sparingly during the winter, focusing on the soil instead of the plant.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide.

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Sedeveria Super Donkey Tail

Summary : Super Donkey Tails are characterized by their mint green stems that cascade with banana shaped leaves. They will continue to grow in tight rosettes, and bloom with clusters of pale, white-yellow flowers. Placement in bright indirect sunlight will encourage blooming.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright indirect light. They are quite sensitive to direct sunlight and can burn.

Water Requirement : May require more water for leaves to stay plump. Follow the standard guideline of waiting for the top 1 inch of soil to dry before watering.

Health Benefits : Absorption of carbon dioxide. 

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Grafted Moon Cactus

Summary : The Grafted Moon Cactus is native to South America. The lower part of this cactus is green, with scarce spines. The top, however, is spherical and comes in various colors. They may be red, orange, yellow, pink, purple, or contain multiple shades (orange/yellow, etc). Moon cacti are able to grow up to 12 inches.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright, indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight may cause burns to form.

Water Requirement : Minimal watering required, water when soil is dry but minimally.

Health Benefits : May improve mood.

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Leather Petal

Summary : The Leather Petal is native to Mexico and Arizona. This plant is characterized by thick, fleshy green leaves. The flower of this succulent can be pink, white, or yellow. The leather petal may grow up to 20 inches.

Light Requirement : Prefers bright, partial sun or full sunlight.

Water Requirement : Water only when the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs carbon dioxide. 

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Eve’s Pin Cactus

Summary : The Eve’s Pin Cactus is a tree like cactus with green cylindrical sprouts that contain spines. With proper sunlight, the spines will turn from green to a reddish-orange color. This cactus could reach heights of an incredible 13 feet. They are native to the Peruvian Andes.

Light Requirement : Will thrive with full sun, but it can do well in partial shade.

Water Requirement : Water only when soil is completely dry. They are drought tolerant.

Health Benefits : Absorbs mild radiation and carbon dioxide.

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Joseph’s Coat Cacti

Summary : Joseph’s Coat cacti are native to South America. This cactus is characterized by thin, green flesh with golden spines. With an adequate level of stress, these cacti can turn a pinkish-white color. They can grow to be well over a foot in height.

Light Requirement : Thrives in full sun.

Water Requirement : Water only when completely dry as they are drought tolerant.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs mild radiation and carbon dioxide. 

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Echeveria Tippy

Summary : Echeveria Tippy are characterized by beautiful rosettes which are bluish green with pink tips. Additionally, this succulent produces a flower which is bell shaped and orange in color. Echeveria tippy can grow up to 6 inches in height.

Light Requirement : Thrives in a bright area with partial sunlight.

Water Requirement :  Only water when the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide.

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Haworthia Cymbiformis (Cathedral Window)

Summary : Cathedral Windows are native to South Africa. They are a stemless succulent with rosettes. They are pale green in color with dark stripes and transparent tips. The flowers are tubular and are white to very pale pink with brownish green veins. The Cathedral Window grows up to 3 inches tall.

Light Requirement : They will thrive with partial sunlight, or in a bright area in shade.

Water Requirement : Water when the top soil is dry, as they are drought tolerant.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs carbon dioxide. 

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Echeveria Purpusorum

Summary : Echeveria Purpusorum are succulents characterized by their dark green color and accompanying reddish-purple undertones. The leaf colors can vary between more green, red, or brown depending on the amount of sunlight it receives. Although it is a very slow grower, the plant can reach sizes up to 6 inches in both height and width. Due to its slow growing nature, it will rarely bloom.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright light.

Water Requirement :  Allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide.

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Aloe Coarctata

Summary : Haworthia coarctata are characterized by green, fleshy leaves with white raised lines. They grow vertically, with their tight rosettes growing in the form of a tower. Although a slow grower, they are able to reach a height of around 8 inches.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright light, but not direct sunlight.

Water Requirement : Allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs carbon dioxide. 

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Othonna Capensis (Ruby Necklace)

Summary : The Ruby Necklace is a trailing succulent that is characterized by multiple purple stems and long, narrow banana-shaped leaves. The leaves have beautiful vibrant colors of green, purple, or deep red. The more light they receive, the more red they become. The delicate shape and red colors of these leaves are similar to precious gem pendants on necklaces, giving it the name 'Ruby Necklace'. They are able to bloom yellow flowers that are daisy-like in appearance.

Light Requirement : Thrives in some direct light to indirect light. The more direct sun the brighter purple and red their color becomes. In lower light conditions they maintain a greenish hue with purple stems.

Water Requirement :  Allow for the soil to be completely dry before watering.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide.

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String of Beans

Summary : String of beans are characterized by green, banana-shaped leaves. These leaves cascade over the sides of the pot, and pair well with hanging planters. These plants grow up to 90 centimeters.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright, indirect light. Partial sunlight will be tolerable, however, they can become burned if left in direct sunlight for too long.

Water Requirement : They are drought tolerant, so water when soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs carbon dioxide. 

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African Milk Tree (Euphorbia Red)

Summary : The African Milk Tree is native to West Africa. It is a tall, green rugged plant that is covered with thorns on the sides. Next to the thorns are leaves. This plant contains a sap that may cause eye irritation if it comes in contact. The African Milk Tree can grow up to 9 feet in height.

Light Requirement : Prefers bright, direct to indirect light.

Water Requirement :  Indoor pieces should be watered moderately, approximately once a week. Outdoor pieces require less frequent watering.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide.

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Coppertone Sedum

Summary : The Coppertone Sedum is native to Mexico. The rosettes are initially yellowish green, but with enough sun, it turns into orange rust (copper tone) color. This plant grows up to 8 inches.

Light Requirement : Prefers bright shade or partial sun.

Water Requirement : Water once the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs carbon dioxide. 

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Melon Cactus

Summary : The melon cactus is native to Brazil. This slow growing cactus has a spherical shape. They are laden with reddish brown bristles. The flowers are small and fuchsia pink. The melon cactus grows up to 35 centimeters.

Light Requirement : Thrives in full sun, but can tolerate partial sun. 

Water Requirement :  Water when the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits : Absorbs radiation and carbon dioxide.

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Star Aloe

Summary : The star aloe plant forms in clusters of wedge shaped leaves. They are dark green, dotted with red tubercle points on the upper leaf surface, and decorative reddish teeth along the margins. This plant grows up to 6 inches.

Light Requirement : Prefers direct sunlight, but are able to tolerate bright indirect light.

Water Requirement : Water only when the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs carbon dioxide. 

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Echeveria Orion

Summary : Echeveria orion contains rosettes which are grey green with grey red margins. The leaves are also covered in a waxy, powdery substance called farina which gives it its silvery color. This plant could grow up to 8 inches.

Light Requirement : Prefers bright, partial light.

Water Requirement :  Water when soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide.

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Aloe Tiki

Summary : The Aloe Tiki is native to South Africa. This aloe is characterized by deep green fleshy leaves with crisp white patterned edges. Aloe Tiki grows up to 12 inches.

Light Requirement : Prefers full sun, but will do fine in bright, partial light.

Water Requirement : Water once the soil is dry.

Health Benefits :  Can help improve mental health. 

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Mammillaria gracilis fragilis (Thimble Cactus)

Summary : The thimble cactus is characterized by their small, cylindrical spurts with tightly interwoven white spines. They produce multiple heads, and can reach a height of about 4 inches. With proper care, they will produce cream colored flowers. They are great for beginners.

Light Requirement : Prefers full to partial sun.

Water Requirement :  Water when the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits : Absorbs radiation and carbon dioxide.

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Lawyer’s Tongue

Summary : Lawyers' tongues are characterized by their long, rough green leaves patterned with small white dots. They are native to South Africa where they grow in lightly shaded conditions. They can grow to be about 2 feet in height.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight may burn the plant.

Water Requirement : Allow the soil to dry completely before watering.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs carbon dioxide. 

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Lace Aloe

Summary : Lace Aloe, often confused with Haworthias, has leaves that mimic a haworthias in color and shape. Unlike some Aloes, this one is particularly fast growing. This plant is characterized by dark green leaves that have white bumps on them, and are wide at the bottom. They taper into a sharper point at the top. It can produce pink flowers that attract bees and hummingbirds.

Light Requirement : Prefers partial sun or bright, partial shade.

Water Requirement :  Water only when the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits : Absorbs radiation and carbon dioxide.

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Kleinia petraea (Trailing Jade)

Summary : Trailing Jade is native to the highlands of Tanzania and Kenya. They are characterized by their long “trailing” stems with spoon-shaped leaves. With enough sun or cool temperatures, they will express colors of lavender purple to magenta pink. These plants are excellent choices for hanging planters as they will grow and cascade over the sides of the pot.

Light Requirement : Prefers bright, direct or indirect sunlight.

Water Requirement : Water only when the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs carbon dioxide and can help reduce stress. 

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Hoya Kerrii Heart

Summary : Hoya Hearts are characterized by their heart shaped leaves. There are variegated forms, which have streaks of yellow across the leaves. These make excellent gifts, as they are quite easy to care for and have a unique shape.

Light Requirement : Prefers a few hours of direct sunlight, but can tolerate lesser light conditions.

Water Requirement :  Water only when the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide and can help reduce stress.

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Graptosedum Blue Giant

Summary : Graptosedum Blue Giants are characterized by their stubby leaves that have an amazing blue tint to them. They are generally nontoxic and are safe to be near children or pets. With enough sunlight, they will develop a peachy-rose color on the tips of the leaves. The foliage has a powdery coating of epicuticular wax (farina). With proper care, it can bloom with small yellow flowers.

Light Requirement : Prefers bright, partial sunlight.

Water Requirement : Water once the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs carbon dioxide. 

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Globe Cactus

Summary : The globe cactus is characterized by a spherical shape with golden-white spines. Although becoming increasingly rare in its native environment, it is very popular as a beginner friendly option for those looking for house plants.

Light Requirement : Prefers full to partial sunlight.

Water Requirement :  Water only when the soil is completely dry, as they are drought tolerant.

Health Benefits : Absorbs radiation and carbon dioxide.

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Aristaloe aristata (Torch Aloe)

Summary : The Torch Aloe is an evergreen aloe with branching stems which hold decorative rosettes. Each rosette consists of a grey green, sword shaped leaves with lightly colored teeth along the edges. This plant produces a flower which is bright red or orange. The Torch Aloe can reach an outstanding 10 feet in height.

Light Requirement : Needs full sun to thrive.

Water Requirement : Water it once the soil has completely dried out.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs carbon dioxide. 

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Mother of Hundred Cactus

Summary : The Mother Of Hundred Cactus is native to Northern and Southern Mexico. This cactus is spherical, and green in color with white spines throughout. This plant produces a bell shaped flower that ranges from purplish pink to a red color. With proper care, it could reach heights around 12 inches.

Light Requirement : Prefers bright, indirect sunlight.

Water Requirement :  Water when soil is dry.

Health Benefits : Absorbs radiation and carbon dioxide.

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Miniature Agave

Summary : The miniature agave is characterized by their short, smooth and greyish green colored leaves. As the plant matures, the rosettes are paler and elongated with white leathery margins. This plant grows up to a height of 18 inches.

Light Requirement : Prefer a spot with full sun, but they can tolerate partial shade.

Water Requirement : Only water when the soil is completely dry as they are drought tolerant.

Health Benefits :  May help improve mental health. 

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Widow’s Thrill

Summary : Widow’s Thrill is native to Madagascar. This plant contains green leaves with flowers on top which are either red, pink, or orange in color. This plant grows up to 17 inches in height.

Light Requirement : Full sun to partial shade, can grow in bright indirect lighting.

Water Requirement :  Water on the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide.

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Echinopsis chamaecereus (Peanut Cactus)

Summary : Peanut Cacti are characterized by their long, finger like stems that are coated in golden-white bristles. They grow quite rapidly, and often curl out and away from their pot. If placed in a hanging pot, they will grow in multiple directions. They are native to Argentina, where they grow in a clumping manner along the ground.

Light Requirement : Thrives in bright light.

Water Requirement : Allow soil to dry completely before watering.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs radiation and carbon dioxide. 

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Tricolor Jade

Summary : Tricolor Jade is characterized by its shiny leaves, which are streaked in green, white, and yellow colors. They are native to South Africa and Mozambique where they grow along rocky outcrops. With proper stress, they can exhibit pinkish hues. They can grow to be over 1 foot tall. Excellent choice for beginners and those with low light conditions.

Light Requirement : Thrives in partial light as well as low light conditions.

Water Requirement :  Only water once the soil has dried as they are drought tolerant.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide. 

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Donkey Tails

Summary : Donkey Tails are a succulent native to Mexico and Honduras. The stem is thick which contains leaves that are woven or plaited. The color of this plant ranges from grey-green, to blue-green. This plant can grow up to 6 feet long. If placed in a hanging planter, they will continue to grow and spill over the sides of the planter.

Light Requirement : Thrives in partial sun or bright shade.

Water Requirement : Allow the soil to dry completely before watering.

Health Benefits :  Absorbs carbon dioxide. 

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Tulista Pumila (Pearl Plant)

Summary : Pearl Plants are characterized by tight rosettes of firm, triangular leaves. They are covered in raised white spots and lines along the leaves. They are able to reach heights of around 10 inches, and a diameter of 6 inches.

Light Requirement : Prefers partial shaded areas.

Water Requirement :  Water once the soil is completely dry.

Health Benefits : Absorbs carbon dioxide.