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Here at Andy's Garden, we love houseplants. We carry a diverse selection of varieties with new shipments arriving frequently. Whether you're just starting or you are an old pro, we've got the perfect houseplant for you!


We all could use some pointers from time to time, especially with houseplant how-to's and TLC to get your plant to thrive. Check out our downloadable PDF guide for some tips.

Can you ever really have too many plants?

Calathea has striking foliage patterns that make them a proper houseplant. 

Light: Bright, indirect light

Soil: Gritty, sandy soil that can go completely dry between waterings. 

Watering: Allow top layer of soil to dry. Calatheas like moist, but not wet soil which is why good drainage is essential.  


Ferns make beautiful houseplants that come in a variety of textures, shapes and sizes. There are great options for both a beginner and an expert planter.

Light: Medium, indirect light

Soil:  Moist, well-draining soil

Watering: Most ferns like moist soil. Water when soil begins to feel dry to the touch.


With a wide array of Philodendrons, you're bound to find one you love. Their leaves are typically large, green, and glossy and add a great tropical flair to your home. 

Light: Bright, indirect light

Soil:  Light, well-draining soil; moist but not wet

Watering: When the top inch of soil is dry to the touch.


Peperomia come in many colors and interesting leaf shapes and textures. They are relatively easy houseplants.

Light: Bright, indirect light; some can tolerate medium to lower light levels. 

Soil: Light and well-draining soil

Watering: Allow the soil to go dry between waterings.


Tradescantia encompasses a diverse plant genus that includes Wandering Jews, Nanouk, Oyster Plant (Moses-In-The-Cradle), and Spiderwort.

Light: Most varieties prefer bright, indirect light

Soil: Rich, moist, well-draining soil

Watering: Most tradescantia prefer for the soil to be 50-75% dry before watering.

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