Filling your environment with indoor plants, flowers, and succulent gardens is an easy way to invigorate and inspire your home or office decor – but for someone who doesn’t possess a green thumb, that notion may seem impossible. However, you don’t have to worry about that when you bring home indoor plants from Rose Hill Flowers. Not only will we guarantee that you get a high-quality product, but our professionals are willing to educate you as to their care. After all, we have been helping people in Nashville to transform their space with plants and flowers for decades!
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The Arboricola plant offers dark green leaves and a professional demeanor.
Required Lighting: Medium diffused light (as through a sheer curtain.) Too-bright or direct light will burn its leaves; however if your plant begins to droop, it likely needs more light.
Watering Requirements: Refrain from watering until the soil in the pot is dry, and then soak the soil thoroughly. What to Watch For: The most common way to kill an Arboricola is overwatering. If you see yellow leaves beginning to appear, your plant is getting too much water.
Succulents add interest to any environment and are sure to spark a conversation.
Required Lighting: Not surprisingly, succulents are tolerant of bright, direct sunlight.
Watering Requirements: Let the soil dry in between waterings, as the roots will rot if they are too wet.
What to Look For: Many succulents are dormant during the winter season, so if your spring succulent looks to be a bit dull, place it in sunlight until it gets its vitality back.
Tropical bromeliads look high maintenance but are casual and easy to care for.
Watering Requirements: Fill the cup at the base of the flower with water as needed. If water becomes stagnant or dirty, replenish with new water.
Climate Requirements: Bromeliads need humidity to flourish. Place the bromeliad’s container in a tray of gravel filled partially with water to create damp air; misting the bromeliad will work as well.
Feeding Requirements: Give a half-strength fertilizer once a month during the spring and summer.
Succulent, green plant, or tropical bloom – these are just a few of the popular indoor plants available at Rose Hill Flowers. No matter your personal style or preference, we’ll make sure that your plants will thrive for months to come! Call us today, or stop into our Nashville shop to speak with the professionals.