The Perfect Gift Guide For A Beginner!

The Perfect Gift Guide For A Beginner!

Are you looking to start your plant collection?

Did you know you can have a hassle-free plant collection with our little to no care plants?

Plants offer many creative possibilities in living spaces, and it isn't just about their visual appeal.

The use of plants in indoor spaces has been shown to provide a variety of psychological benefits, including lowering stress levels, boosting mental wellbeing, improving mood, improving productivity, and providing a calming effect. Some plants even help to purify the air by filtering harmful pollutants.

Here at The Fern House, we are going to run through a few of the basic plants you never knew you could have!

1. Peperomia 

Great beginners plant for his effortless good looks and low maintenance, he will even help clean the air, win! He belongs to the peppercorn family and is a cracking succulent plant with thick, round, pedal-like leaves that stay looking good...oh and they trail. So great tumbling from a book shelf. 

He can be stored in any room of your home and only needs to be watered when the soil is dry!

Purchase your first Peperomia HERE


2. Hoya Kerrii

What a cutie, the Hoya Kerrii, also known as the sweetheart or lucky heart plant is one of the easier house plants to look after. Not needing a lot of water, it thrives with a little neglect.  

He can be in any room of your home so the possibilities are endless as well as very little water is needed when watering, in fact once a month or waiting until the soil is dry will be sufficient, as it stores water in its fleshy leaves 

Grab your easy to neglect plant HERE

3. Peace Lily

The ever so popular peace lily is a great choice for homes and offices.

Peace lilies are some of the easiest plants to care for, with their dark green leaves and white flowers they are known as one of the best plants for cleaning the air and promoting sleep  

Like many popular indoor plants, peace lilies enjoy medium to low light, so are great at brightening a dull corner.

Purchase your Peace Lily HERE

The attractiveness and the plant's care needs are not the only factors to consider when selecting plants for indoor cultivation. The plants' toxicity should also be considered if you have children or pets.

We hope you have found this list useful in making an informed decision regarding gifting that perfect fuss-free houseplants. 

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