Flowers Edmonton » Indoor Plants
6″ Bromeliad. The center of a bromeliad is called a tank or cup. Bromeliads hold water in their tanks! Fill the tank in the center and don’t allow it to get empty (in addition to watering the soil).
6″ Hydrangea. Requires full or partial sun and a deep watering once a week.
A mini tropical plant in a magnetic potholder. Multiple colours and shapes available!
4″ Croton plant in yellow cube. Member of the family Euphorbiaceae. The common name “Croton” name comes from the green κρότος (krótos) which means “tick” referring to the shapes of the seeds of certain varieties.
Hawarthias are small succulent plants which are part of the subfamily Asphodeloideae (along with the Aloes). These cuties are paired with a unique and size matched Talavera pot.
Peace Lily in green 9″ Talavera pot. Peace Lilies live best in shade and need little light to survive. These plants are known for their air cleaning abilities.
Aloe Vera plant in green tapered pot. Stemless and with thick and fleshy leaves these plants are grown in tropical regions and are used both for decorative and medicinal purposes.
Norfolk Pine with a black potcover. Aka Araucaria Heterophylla, the heterophilla means “different leaves” which comes from the different leaves in young and adult Norfolk Pines.
4″ Mini Myrtle tree in Terracotta rose pot.
Myrtles are known to be a sign of divine generosity. Live and give generously!
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