Aglaonema & Alocasia

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    Alocasia 02

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    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Alocasia 01

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    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Alocasia

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    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Swiss cheese plant

    349.00 Aglaonema
    Swiss cheese plant Height: 5.5 ft to 6 ft with splits and holes to leaves as per production. Pot size: Grown in 24 inch inch plastic Pot. Watering: Only after Soil dries completely.(Water once a week) Placement:Indoor in medium to low light with Good natural Air Circulation and Ventilation. Toxixity:Toxic to pets Sunlight: No direct Sunlight Needs bright indirect sunlight Place your plants on window sills where it can get the brightest possible indirect light. Bright indirect light is when the plant is within a couple of feet of a natural source of light. Needs Gardening experience
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    Houselife

    399.00 Aglaonema

    Homalomena Rubescens Red Stem

    Origin:

    • Assam
    • Bangladesh
    • East Himalaya
    • Myanmar
      Sun/shade: Partial shade to deep shade
      Watering: Frequent watering
      Hardiness: min 10 degree (5F)
      Height: 1-1.2m

     

    Dieffenbachia ‘ Camille ’

    Family: Araceae
    Origin: South America
    Zones: USDA Zones 10b-11(35-40° F)
    Size: 3-10 feet tall
    Light: Light to full shade
    Soil: Well-drained potting soil
    Water: Water regularly during the growing season.
    CAUTION: All parts are poison.

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    Aglaonema Spring Snow white

    369.00 Aglaonema

    Common Name: 'Spring Snow Aglaonema' , Aglaonema snow white care , White Dalmation Scientific Name: Aglaonema Easy to Care: This tropical native prefers indirect bright light, but it can adapt to low light conditions with slower growth. Direct morning sunlight is acceptable, but avoid afternoon sunlight to prevent leaf burn. Consider using a Grow Light if the ideal location is not available for the plant. Water: Water when 50% of the soil volume is dry.  Avoid overwatering to prevent issues like leaf tipping. Soil : Ensure proper drainage and discard any excess water in the saucer. Humidity:While it can survive in low humidity, it thrives with higher humidity levels. Regularly mist the leaves, use a humidifier nearby, or place a pebble tray to increase humidity. Temperature:Keep Between 65–75°F. Avoid drafty areas and keep it away from temperatures below 60°F during the winter. Fertilizer (FOOD): Feed during the spring and summer with a diluted general-purpose houseplant fertilizer. No fertilizer is needed in winter when growth slows naturally. Toxicity: Moderately toxic to pets and humans. Ingestion can cause mouth and stomach irritation and potential vomiting. Additional notes: 'Leaf tipping,' where the tips of the leaves dry out and turn brown, can be caused by various factors like overwatering, excessive fertilizer, or the use of tap water containing salts, chlorine, and fluoride. Consider using filtered or open-container water for watering. To trim the plant, use clean, sharp Plant Snips.
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    Alocasia 02

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    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Alocasia 01

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    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Alocasia

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    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Swiss cheese plant

    349.00 Aglaonema
    Swiss cheese plant Height: 5.5 ft to 6 ft with splits and holes to leaves as per production. Pot size: Grown in 24 inch inch plastic Pot. Watering: Only after Soil dries completely.(Water once a week) Placement:Indoor in medium to low light with Good natural Air Circulation and Ventilation. Toxixity:Toxic to pets Sunlight: No direct Sunlight Needs bright indirect sunlight Place your plants on window sills where it can get the brightest possible indirect light. Bright indirect light is when the plant is within a couple of feet of a natural source of light. Needs Gardening experience
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    Houselife

    399.00 Aglaonema

    Homalomena Rubescens Red Stem

    Origin:

    • Assam
    • Bangladesh
    • East Himalaya
    • Myanmar
      Sun/shade: Partial shade to deep shade
      Watering: Frequent watering
      Hardiness: min 10 degree (5F)
      Height: 1-1.2m

     

    Dieffenbachia ‘ Camille ’

    Family: Araceae
    Origin: South America
    Zones: USDA Zones 10b-11(35-40° F)
    Size: 3-10 feet tall
    Light: Light to full shade
    Soil: Well-drained potting soil
    Water: Water regularly during the growing season.
    CAUTION: All parts are poison.

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    Aglaonema Spring Snow white

    369.00 Aglaonema

    Common Name: 'Spring Snow Aglaonema' , Aglaonema snow white care , White Dalmation Scientific Name: Aglaonema Easy to Care: This tropical native prefers indirect bright light, but it can adapt to low light conditions with slower growth. Direct morning sunlight is acceptable, but avoid afternoon sunlight to prevent leaf burn. Consider using a Grow Light if the ideal location is not available for the plant. Water: Water when 50% of the soil volume is dry.  Avoid overwatering to prevent issues like leaf tipping. Soil : Ensure proper drainage and discard any excess water in the saucer. Humidity:While it can survive in low humidity, it thrives with higher humidity levels. Regularly mist the leaves, use a humidifier nearby, or place a pebble tray to increase humidity. Temperature:Keep Between 65–75°F. Avoid drafty areas and keep it away from temperatures below 60°F during the winter. Fertilizer (FOOD): Feed during the spring and summer with a diluted general-purpose houseplant fertilizer. No fertilizer is needed in winter when growth slows naturally. Toxicity: Moderately toxic to pets and humans. Ingestion can cause mouth and stomach irritation and potential vomiting. Additional notes: 'Leaf tipping,' where the tips of the leaves dry out and turn brown, can be caused by various factors like overwatering, excessive fertilizer, or the use of tap water containing salts, chlorine, and fluoride. Consider using filtered or open-container water for watering. To trim the plant, use clean, sharp Plant Snips.

Aglaonema & Alocasia

Fern

649- 35-40 H | 60-70 Foliage
449 – 45 H | 50 Foliage
249 – 30-35 H |  30-35 folliage

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    Alocasia 02

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    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Alocasia 01

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    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Alocasia

    Rated 0 out of 5
    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Swiss cheese plant

    349.00 Aglaonema
    Swiss cheese plant Height: 5.5 ft to 6 ft with splits and holes to leaves as per production. Pot size: Grown in 24 inch inch plastic Pot. Watering: Only after Soil dries completely.(Water once a week) Placement:Indoor in medium to low light with Good natural Air Circulation and Ventilation. Toxixity:Toxic to pets Sunlight: No direct Sunlight Needs bright indirect sunlight Place your plants on window sills where it can get the brightest possible indirect light. Bright indirect light is when the plant is within a couple of feet of a natural source of light. Needs Gardening experience
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    Houselife

    399.00 Aglaonema

    Homalomena Rubescens Red Stem

    Origin:

    • Assam
    • Bangladesh
    • East Himalaya
    • Myanmar
      Sun/shade: Partial shade to deep shade
      Watering: Frequent watering
      Hardiness: min 10 degree (5F)
      Height: 1-1.2m

     

    Dieffenbachia ‘ Camille ’

    Family: Araceae
    Origin: South America
    Zones: USDA Zones 10b-11(35-40° F)
    Size: 3-10 feet tall
    Light: Light to full shade
    Soil: Well-drained potting soil
    Water: Water regularly during the growing season.
    CAUTION: All parts are poison.

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    Aglaonema Spring Snow white

    369.00 Aglaonema

    Common Name: 'Spring Snow Aglaonema' , Aglaonema snow white care , White Dalmation Scientific Name: Aglaonema Easy to Care: This tropical native prefers indirect bright light, but it can adapt to low light conditions with slower growth. Direct morning sunlight is acceptable, but avoid afternoon sunlight to prevent leaf burn. Consider using a Grow Light if the ideal location is not available for the plant. Water: Water when 50% of the soil volume is dry.  Avoid overwatering to prevent issues like leaf tipping. Soil : Ensure proper drainage and discard any excess water in the saucer. Humidity:While it can survive in low humidity, it thrives with higher humidity levels. Regularly mist the leaves, use a humidifier nearby, or place a pebble tray to increase humidity. Temperature:Keep Between 65–75°F. Avoid drafty areas and keep it away from temperatures below 60°F during the winter. Fertilizer (FOOD): Feed during the spring and summer with a diluted general-purpose houseplant fertilizer. No fertilizer is needed in winter when growth slows naturally. Toxicity: Moderately toxic to pets and humans. Ingestion can cause mouth and stomach irritation and potential vomiting. Additional notes: 'Leaf tipping,' where the tips of the leaves dry out and turn brown, can be caused by various factors like overwatering, excessive fertilizer, or the use of tap water containing salts, chlorine, and fluoride. Consider using filtered or open-container water for watering. To trim the plant, use clean, sharp Plant Snips.
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    Alocasia 02

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    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Alocasia 01

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    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Alocasia

    Rated 0 out of 5
    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Swiss cheese plant

    349.00 Aglaonema
    Swiss cheese plant Height: 5.5 ft to 6 ft with splits and holes to leaves as per production. Pot size: Grown in 24 inch inch plastic Pot. Watering: Only after Soil dries completely.(Water once a week) Placement:Indoor in medium to low light with Good natural Air Circulation and Ventilation. Toxixity:Toxic to pets Sunlight: No direct Sunlight Needs bright indirect sunlight Place your plants on window sills where it can get the brightest possible indirect light. Bright indirect light is when the plant is within a couple of feet of a natural source of light. Needs Gardening experience
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    Houselife

    399.00 Aglaonema

    Homalomena Rubescens Red Stem

    Origin:

    • Assam
    • Bangladesh
    • East Himalaya
    • Myanmar
      Sun/shade: Partial shade to deep shade
      Watering: Frequent watering
      Hardiness: min 10 degree (5F)
      Height: 1-1.2m

     

    Dieffenbachia ‘ Camille ’

    Family: Araceae
    Origin: South America
    Zones: USDA Zones 10b-11(35-40° F)
    Size: 3-10 feet tall
    Light: Light to full shade
    Soil: Well-drained potting soil
    Water: Water regularly during the growing season.
    CAUTION: All parts are poison.

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    Aglaonema Spring Snow white

    369.00 Aglaonema

    Common Name: 'Spring Snow Aglaonema' , Aglaonema snow white care , White Dalmation Scientific Name: Aglaonema Easy to Care: This tropical native prefers indirect bright light, but it can adapt to low light conditions with slower growth. Direct morning sunlight is acceptable, but avoid afternoon sunlight to prevent leaf burn. Consider using a Grow Light if the ideal location is not available for the plant. Water: Water when 50% of the soil volume is dry.  Avoid overwatering to prevent issues like leaf tipping. Soil : Ensure proper drainage and discard any excess water in the saucer. Humidity:While it can survive in low humidity, it thrives with higher humidity levels. Regularly mist the leaves, use a humidifier nearby, or place a pebble tray to increase humidity. Temperature:Keep Between 65–75°F. Avoid drafty areas and keep it away from temperatures below 60°F during the winter. Fertilizer (FOOD): Feed during the spring and summer with a diluted general-purpose houseplant fertilizer. No fertilizer is needed in winter when growth slows naturally. Toxicity: Moderately toxic to pets and humans. Ingestion can cause mouth and stomach irritation and potential vomiting. Additional notes: 'Leaf tipping,' where the tips of the leaves dry out and turn brown, can be caused by various factors like overwatering, excessive fertilizer, or the use of tap water containing salts, chlorine, and fluoride. Consider using filtered or open-container water for watering. To trim the plant, use clean, sharp Plant Snips.
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    Alocasia 02

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    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Alocasia 01

    Rated 0 out of 5
    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Alocasia

    Rated 0 out of 5
    369.00 Aglaonema
    As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.
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    Swiss cheese plant

    349.00 Aglaonema
    Swiss cheese plant Height: 5.5 ft to 6 ft with splits and holes to leaves as per production. Pot size: Grown in 24 inch inch plastic Pot. Watering: Only after Soil dries completely.(Water once a week) Placement:Indoor in medium to low light with Good natural Air Circulation and Ventilation. Toxixity:Toxic to pets Sunlight: No direct Sunlight Needs bright indirect sunlight Place your plants on window sills where it can get the brightest possible indirect light. Bright indirect light is when the plant is within a couple of feet of a natural source of light. Needs Gardening experience
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    Houselife

    399.00 Aglaonema

    Homalomena Rubescens Red Stem

    Origin:

    • Assam
    • Bangladesh
    • East Himalaya
    • Myanmar
      Sun/shade: Partial shade to deep shade
      Watering: Frequent watering
      Hardiness: min 10 degree (5F)
      Height: 1-1.2m

     

    Dieffenbachia ‘ Camille ’

    Family: Araceae
    Origin: South America
    Zones: USDA Zones 10b-11(35-40° F)
    Size: 3-10 feet tall
    Light: Light to full shade
    Soil: Well-drained potting soil
    Water: Water regularly during the growing season.
    CAUTION: All parts are poison.

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    Aglaonema Spring Snow white

    369.00 Aglaonema

    Common Name: 'Spring Snow Aglaonema' , Aglaonema snow white care , White Dalmation Scientific Name: Aglaonema Easy to Care: This tropical native prefers indirect bright light, but it can adapt to low light conditions with slower growth. Direct morning sunlight is acceptable, but avoid afternoon sunlight to prevent leaf burn. Consider using a Grow Light if the ideal location is not available for the plant. Water: Water when 50% of the soil volume is dry.  Avoid overwatering to prevent issues like leaf tipping. Soil : Ensure proper drainage and discard any excess water in the saucer. Humidity:While it can survive in low humidity, it thrives with higher humidity levels. Regularly mist the leaves, use a humidifier nearby, or place a pebble tray to increase humidity. Temperature:Keep Between 65–75°F. Avoid drafty areas and keep it away from temperatures below 60°F during the winter. Fertilizer (FOOD): Feed during the spring and summer with a diluted general-purpose houseplant fertilizer. No fertilizer is needed in winter when growth slows naturally. Toxicity: Moderately toxic to pets and humans. Ingestion can cause mouth and stomach irritation and potential vomiting. Additional notes: 'Leaf tipping,' where the tips of the leaves dry out and turn brown, can be caused by various factors like overwatering, excessive fertilizer, or the use of tap water containing salts, chlorine, and fluoride. Consider using filtered or open-container water for watering. To trim the plant, use clean, sharp Plant Snips.

Snake

449 – 15-20
259 – 40-45
599 – 80cm

Bonsi

15-20 cm

45-55 cm

Lily

35 – 45 cm

45-55 cm 

Spider

15-20cm height

30-45 cm foliage

Croton

20-25 cm height 

25-30 foliage

Succulent

All succulent HEIGHT Approx. 10-15cm
All succulent DIMENSION Approx. 8-10cm X 8-10cm

Vine

All Vine pot can avrry from10cm to -35cm according to needs.