Patio Plants

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Patio plants

Elevate your homescape with color and greenery.

The promise of year-round color, exotic blooms, and fresh fruit.  With our Indoor & Patio Trees, you'll have the perfect selection for good looks, harvests and more, all without any hassle on your part.

Where to Buy Indoor Plants?

If you're looking to buy, you've come to the right place!

  • Our wide array of plants means you find the perfect pick for your needs.
  • We’ve hand-selected each plant type for top benefits, like pest and disease resistance and drought tolerance, so there's little upkeep involved.
  • Each plant is a proven performer and has been grown with care at our nursery before shipping.

Planting and Growing Indoor & Patio Plants

How Often to Water and More

Specific guidelines for planting will depend on the type you've bought but do determine your sunlight and watering requirements. Several of our Indoor & Patio Plants enjoy partial sun (4 to 8 hours of sunshine) and well-drained soil. Here are some of our tried-and-true tips for keeping your plants going and growing strong:

  • Preparation: Any season is a good season to plant since they can move indoors when it’s too cold. Sun and soil requirements depend on your variety, but full sun plants should be placed in front of a sunny window.
  • Planting: Use a container with space for your plant to grow – typically a container that’s two to three times the width of your plant’s shipped container. Drainage holes are also a must for your container.
  • Pollination: Some of our indoor fruit varieties may require a pollinator, but if they are self-fertile, hand pollination will work fine. Use a clean paintbrush to transfer pollen to each leaf for blooms, and later fruit, to appear.
  • Pruning: Remove any suckers near the base of your plant, and prune indoor fruit varieties after the last harvest in fall.
  • Ongoing Care: Depending on your plant, you may feed with fertilizer during spring or fall and spray with an organic solution to eliminate any pest or disease issues.
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