Plant Monstera Thai Constellation in an airy, well-draining substrate. Place in bright indirect light, aiming for 8+ hours of bright light. Keep temperatures between 55-85F. Allow the top inch or two of soil to dry between waterings.
Plant Anthurium Andraeanum in airy, fast-draining soil. Place in bright to medium indirect light, avoiding harsh direct sun, and provide temperatures between 65-90F. Allow the plants’ top two inches of soil to dry out between waterings.
Provide Lepismium Houlletianum with airy, well-draining soil. Place in bright to medium indirect light, avoiding harsh, direct sun. Keep temperatures between 55-85F and allow the plant to completely dry out between waterings.
Plant Syngonium Podophyllum in well-draining soil using a pot with ample drainage holes. Place in bright to medium indirect light, avoiding harsh direct sun. Provide temperatures between 60-85F. Allow your Syngonium to partially dry out between waterings.
Plant Lepismium Bolivianum in airy, fast draining soil. Place in bright to medium indirect light, avoiding direct sun, and provide temperatures between 50-75F. Allow the plants’ soil to completely dry out between waterings.
Pot Ctenanthe in an airy soil that contains enough peat moss to ensure consistently moist soil. Place in bright indirect light and provide temperatures between 60-85F. Make sure humidity levels are at or above 50% to promote a full, robust Never Never Plant.
Begonia Maculata requires a spot receiving bright indirect light (the brighter the better), a well-draining substrate providing aeration, and temperatures between 65 F and 85 F. They also prefer higher humidity levels and benefit from occasional pruning which promotes robust, full growth.
Plant bulbs 1 inch deein well-draining soil. Water when top inch of soil is dry. Place Oxalis in bright indirect light & keep temperatures between 55 F - 75 F.
The Holiday Cactus loves plenty of bright indirect light. It can handle some direct morning or evening sun but will burn easily if exposed to direct strong afternoon sun. Taking this into consideration the best place for a Christmas Cactus is an east or north-facing window.