Use the branches of this soft and supple plant in holiday decor.
If you’re looking for the one-size-fits-all holiday gift, think Norfolk Island pine.
Use Norfolk Island pines in these surprising (and cost-effective!) ways.
11 reasons to use this plucky little tree in your holiday decor.
Offer a sunny day (everyday!) to your indoor plants using grow lights.
Add color and texture to your porches and patios this winter.
Crotons offer unexpected holiday decor options with a tropical twist.
Bromeliads are stunning tropicals that are ideal for holiday decorating; they offer bold colors, fanciful foliage, and a tough constitution.
Is it even possible to decorate for Christmas without poinsettias? For more than 100 years, these colorful plants have embodied the holid...
Christmas cactus are the true gems of the holiday season. Blooming in jewel-like colors, these charming little beauties add exotic cheer ...
This holiday, upgrade your decor with an environmentally appealing holiday tree. It doesn't drop needles and you can love it all year.
Most succulents and cacti can't handle frost and should be moved to a protected spot for winter.
Discover five ways plants can help keep you from getting sick.
Winter's low light levels and dry air can be hard on succulents. See how to keep these plants happy.
Red-and-green leafed houseplants make holiday decor easy.
If Santa had a garden, what plants would he grow? (Hint: cool-weather, festive ones...)
Ivy is a classic plant for the holidays. Its trailing habit, heart-shape leaves, and adaptable personality makes it ideal for centerpiece...
Poinsettias are a classic holiday plant, but there's a lot of misinformation about these beauties. Get the straight scoop.
Discover how having houseplants can help your skin stay healthy and beautiful.
Tropical plants won’t survive winter outdoors where temperatures freeze. But you can save them. Here’s how.
Meet the cacti of the winter holidays. Oh, and they come bearing gifts.
Indoor plants make beautiful (and easy!) gifts for the holiday.
Norfolk Island Pines are cute, little, and they don't drop needles.
These five Florida perennials bloom and bloom and bloom.