The holiday chaos is over, the decorations are put away, and out of town guests and family members are gone. But now your house looks bare and boring. On January 10, we celebrate Houseplant Appreciation Day. It’s not an official holiday or observance; it’s merely an opportunity to encourage people to warm up their homes with houseplants.Houseplant Appreciation Day. It’s not an official holiday or celebration; it’s merely an opportunity to help people to warm up their homes with houseplants.
If you’re already a houseplant collector or grower, consider this a gentle reminder that you need to take care of your plants. If you’re new to houseplants or haven’t ever considered using them as a way to bring some fresh life, color and interest to your home, now is your chance.
Split Leaf Philodendron
If you’re looking for something exotic and dramatic, you won’t find anything that fits that description better than our Split Leaf Philodendron. This unusual variation on the familiar heart-shaped philodendron is super easy to maintain. It is a plant that adapts to most light conditions and only requires water. You and your family will always be impressed by the unique shape and size of the leaves.
Our lush Bromeliad will fill your home with rich earthy colors and the feeling of an exotic tropical garden. Bromeliads need medium to bright light and grow best out of a shallow pot. You can bring the plant outside and continue to grow it as an air plant. This beautifully colorful plant will warm your home up and enliven the moods of your family members.
Another showy plant that doesn’t require any care is our Chinese Evergreen. It is one of the most durable houseplants. You can ignore this plant and it will continue to thrive – even if you forget to water it for lengthy time periods. It prefers to grow in low light conditions, with warm temperatures and humidity.
You can always count on the knowledgeable team at Billy Heroman’s to turn your drab house into a warm, peaceful, welcoming environment.