Philodendrons Pothos Cacti/Succulent Sansevieria Crocodile Fern Lithops Split Rocks Peperomia Anthuriums Air Plants String of Hearts Calethia Aglaonema String of… Bird of Paradise Venus Flytraps Manettia Luteorubra Hoya Tradescantia African Violets Alocasia Selaginella Autumn Fern Heart Fern Syngmonium Ficus Peace Lily Monstera Peru Dioscorea Elephantipes Rhaphidophora Decursiva Epipremnum Shangri La Seasonal Monstera Peru Toxicity: Highly toxic to pets and children Temperature: Keep between 60-80°F with minor fluctuation below/above these temps Light Requirements: These don’t need a ton of light, and will do well in bright indirect light to partial shade. Watering Requirements: Water sparingly – forgetting water is actually good for these plants. Water only when the top half of soil is dry. Fertilizing: Fertilize with a balanced liquid fertilizer (5-2-3) only during growing season (spring-summer) Dioscorea Elephantipes Toxicity: Toxic to humans and pets Temperature: Should be kept at a minimum of 65°F, but prefers warmer temperatures. Light Requirements: Elephants Foot can be kept in partial shade to full sun, though it prefers, and will grow much better in, high sun environments. Watering Requirements: Do not get water on the tuber (round part) Allow soil to almost dry completely between waterings. Fertilizing: Use fertilizer diluted to 50% every few weeks when the vine is growing. Do not fertilize when the vine is not actively growing. Rhaphidophora Decursiva Dragons Tail Toxicity: Toxic to humans and pets Temperature: Keep around 55-85°F, prefers warmer temperatures Light Requirements: Keep in bright, indirect light Watering Requirements: Soak soil in well draining soil, and let the top two inches dry before watering again. Fertilizing: Fertilize monthly only from spring to summer using a 4-0-0 type fertilizer. Epipremnum Shangri La (Pothos) Toxicity: Toxic to humans and pets Temperature: Should be kept between 70-90°F, but can tolerate lower temps for short periods. Light Requirements: Does best in medium to bright light The gold variegation will come out more in brighter light conditions! Watering Requirements: Keep soil moist but not soggy. Watering one to two times a week, depending on conditions, should be sufficient. Fertilizing: Use a 10-10-10 fertilizer once a month during growing season.