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Sago Palm - Cycas Revoluta - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sago Palm

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Medium - Bright

They will thrive in bright light, but also can tolerate medium light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed anywhere between the middle of the room and the window. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When mostly dry

They like the soil to be relatively dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 2 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. droopy, floppy, or soft leaves). Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

Humidity: Any

They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.

Care Tips

Sago palms are extremely slow-growing and often put out only one new frond each year. It can easily take a sago palm five or six years to achieve its full pot size of 2 feet. Also, they are poisonous, so keep them out of reach of inquisitive children and pets.

Pet Hazard

This plant is extremely toxic to pets and should not be kept around any animals that have a tendency to eat houseplants as it will lead to severe reactions..

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Sansevieria Bantel's Sensation - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Bantel's Sensation

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Black Coral - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Black Coral

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Black Gold - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Black Gold

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Cylindrica - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Cylindrica

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of and able to handle all kinds of light levels, just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants and they are actually known for their air-purifying capabilities.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Cylindrica Braid - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Cylindrica Braid

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

The braided variety will have to be maintained and rebraided together as the plant grows. New growth that comes up from the soil will not be braided but it can either be removed or allowed to grow a little wild. Snake Plants are super easy to take care of and able to handle all kinds of light levels, just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal!

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Cylindrica Spaghetti - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Cylindrica Spaghetti

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Dwarf Starfish - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Dwarf Starfish

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Ehrenbergii Samurai - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Ehrenbergii Samurai

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Fernwood Mikado - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Fernwood Mikado

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Francisii Spiky - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Francisii Spiky

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves)

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of and known for their air purifying capabilities. Just make sure you do not overwater them and try not to get water on their leaves.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Futura Robusta - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Futura Robusta

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, incredibly hardy, and known for their air-purifying capabilities. The more light a plant gets the more water it needs, but make sure you do not overwater them and try not to get water in between their leaves.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Futura Superba - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Futura Superba

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, incredibly hardy, and known for their air-purifying capabilities. The more light a plant gets the more water it needs, but make sure you do not overwater them and try not to get water on their leaves.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Golden Hahnii - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Golden Hahnii

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of and able to handle all kinds of light levels, just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants and they are actually known for their air-purifying capabilities

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Hahnii Black Jade - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Hahnii Black Jade

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of and able to handle all kinds of light levels, just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants and they are actually known for their air-purifying capabilities.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Hahnii Black Star - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Hahnii Black Star

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of and able to handle all kinds of light levels, just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants and they are actually known for their air-purifying capabilities.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria La Rubia - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria La Rubia

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, incredibly hardy, and known for their air-purifying capabilities. The more light a plant gets the more water it needs, but make sure you do not overwater them and try not to let water sit in between or on their leaves for extended periods of time.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Laurentii - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Laurentii

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Masoniana Whale Fin - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Masoniana Whale Fin

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of and known for their air purifying capabilities. Just make sure you do not overwater them and try not to get water on their leaves.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Masoniana Whale Fin Variegata - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Masoniana Whale Fin Variegata

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Moonshine - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Moonshine

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Night Owl - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Night Owl

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Sayuri - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Sayuri

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Silver Laurentii - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Silver Laurentii

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, since they are able to handle all kinds of light levels, and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Starfish - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Starfish

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Tigressa Shark Fin - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Tigressa Shark Fin

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Wintergreen - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Wintergreen

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Yellow Stone - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Yellow Stone

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Zeylanica - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Zeylanica

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sansevieria Zeylanica Fan - Snake Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sansevieria Zeylanica Fan

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Low

They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, being able to handle all kinds of light levels and are known for their air-purifying capabilities. Just make sure to not overwater them and try not to let water sit between their leaves. Some dry tips are completely normal on Snake Plants.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sarracenia Pitcher Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sarracenia Pitcher Plant

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: Keep evenly moist

They like the soil to stay consistently moist, but not soaking wet. Give them water whenever just the surface of the soil is starting to get dry. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

Humidity: Any

They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy unless you have a very dry home or place your plant in excessively dry air such as above a radiator.

Care Tips

Keep your plant in a warm room and water it with distilled or rain water. Chemicals in our tap water can often burn the pitchers. If you are growing the plant where it cannot catch insects for long periods, you can add an occasional small insect such as a fruit fly or fungus gnat.

Pet Friendly

You can feel comfortable having this plant around your home in the potential case where your pet feels like nibbling on it. However, we typically recommend keeping your pets from eating any of your houseplants..

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Schismatoglottis Thailand - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Schismatoglottis Thailand

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Medium

They will do well in medium light but will grow faster with brighter light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When half dry

They need to be watered when the top half of the soil is dry to the touch. That usually takes about 1 week in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but it's always safer to underwater or give the soil a check before you water again. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

Humidity: Medium

They will do well in average humidity environments but will appreciate a little bit of humidity if provided, give them a mist daily or get a humidifier.

Care Tips

It is important to keep them watered during the active growing period, but be sure to water according to the light levels the plant is in and to let the water drain after doing so. Also, cut back on watering during the winter months, allowing the soil to mostly dry out. A well-draining media is key here!

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Schismatoglottis Wallichi - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Schismatoglottis Wallichi

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Medium

They will do well in medium light but will grow faster with brighter light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When half dry

They need to be watered when the top half of the soil is dry to the touch. That usually takes about 1 week in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but it's always safer to underwater or give the soil a check before you water again. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

Humidity: Medium

They will do well in average humidity environments but will appreciate a little bit of humidity if provided, give them a mist daily or get a humidifier.

Care Tips

It is important to keep them watered during the active growing period, but be sure to water according to the light levels the plant is in and to let the water drain after doing so. Also, cut back on watering during the winter months, allowing the soil to mostly dry out. A well-draining media is key here!

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Scilla Leopard Lily - Ledebouria Socialis  - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Scilla Leopard Lily

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When mostly dry

They like the soil to be relatively dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 2 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. droopy, floppy, or soft leaves). Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

Humidity: Any

They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.

Care Tips

If you wish for the foliage of your plant to remain compact and produce lots of bulbs, keep your plant in very bright light. Over time, it may produce tiny flowers on long stems in the summer months. You can even separate the bulbs to propagate and share with your friends!

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Scindapsus Pictus Jade Satin - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Scindapsus Jade Satin

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, as it is too intense for them. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is fine and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Medium - Low

They will thrive in medium to bright light, but also can tolerate low light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed almost anywhere in the room but remember, plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When mostly dry

They like the soil to be relatively dry before the next watering. That usually takes about two weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. droopy, floppy, or soft leaves). Water more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Any

They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of and known for their air purifying capabilities. Just make sure you do not overwater them.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeus - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeus

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Medium - Low

They will thrive in medium to bright light, but also can tolerate low light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed almost anywhere in the room but remember, plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When mostly dry

They like the soil to be relatively dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 2 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. droopy, floppy, or soft leaves). Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

Humidity: Any

They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of and have an amazing payoff, with their large, silvery leaves. Watch that you don't overwater this plant as it would much rather have dry soil than have it too wet for too long. Mist your plant daily if you want to increase the humidity around it, your plant will always thank you for that.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Scindapsus Silver Satin - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Scindapsus Pictus Exotica

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, as it is too intense for them. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is fine and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Medium - Low

They will thrive in medium to bright light, but also can tolerate low light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed almost anywhere in the room but remember, plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When mostly dry

They like the soil to be relatively dry before the next watering. That usually takes about two weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. droopy, floppy, or soft leaves). Water more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Any

They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of and have an amazing payoff, with their large, silvery leaves. Watch that you don't overwater this plant as it would much rather have dry soil than have it too wet for too long. Mist your plant daily if you want to increase the humidity around it, your plant will always thank you for that.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Scindapsus Silver Splash - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Scindapsus Silver Splash

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Medium - Low

They will thrive in medium to bright light, but also can tolerate low light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed almost anywhere in the room but remember, plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When mostly dry

They like the soil to be relatively dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 2 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. droopy, floppy, or soft leaves). Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

Humidity: Any

They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of and have an amazing payoff (especially if they are in bright, indirect light), with their large, silvery leaves. Watch that you don't overwater this plant as it would much rather have dry soil than have it too wet for too long. Mist your plant daily if you want to increase the humidity around it, your plant will always thank you for that.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Scindapsus Silvery Ann - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Scindapsus Silvery Ann

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Medium - Low

They will thrive in medium to bright light, but also can tolerate low light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed almost anywhere in the room but remember, plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When mostly dry

They like the soil to be relatively dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 2 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. droopy, floppy, or soft leaves). Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

Humidity: Any

They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of and have an amazing payoff, with their large, silvery leaves. Watch that you don't overwater this plant as it would much rather have dry soil than have it too wet for too long. Mist your plant daily if you want to increase the humidity around it, your plant will always thank you for that.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Scindapsus Treubii Moonlight - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Scindapsus Treubii Moonlight

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Medium - Bright

They will thrive in bright light, but also can tolerate medium light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed anywhere between the middle of the room and the window. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When half dry

They need to be watered when the top half of the soil is dry to the touch. That usually takes about 1 week in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but it's always safer to underwater or give the soil a check before you water again. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

Humidity: Medium

They will do well in average humidity environments but will appreciate a little bit of humidity if provided, give them a mist daily or get a humidifier.

Care Tips

They are super easy to take care of, just be mindful that they grow quite slowly and make sure you do not overwater them.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sedum Burrito - Burro’s Tail - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sedum Burrito

Sun: Direct

They love as much sun as possible. The best spot for them is where they can see the sun during the majority of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

Avoid touching the leaves too much as that will wipe off the farina, or wax coating, on them, which helps with water-repelling. Their leaves are also very sensitive and can dislodge with the simplest bump.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sedum Lemon Coral - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sedum Lemon Coral

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When mostly dry

They like the soil to be relatively dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 2 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. droopy, floppy, or soft leaves). Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

Although you should be careful not to overwater your plant, neglecting the watering routine can be harmful to them. To check if your plant needs water, put your finger in the soil up to your knuckle - if the soil sticks to your fingers, the soil is still moist, if the soil doesn’t stick to your finger, you should water your plant. When in doubt, don’t water your plant as they are susceptible to being overwatered.

Pet Friendly

You can feel comfortable having this plant around your home in the potential case where your pet feels like nibbling on it. However, we typically recommend keeping your pets from eating any of your houseplants..

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Sedum Lineare Variegatum - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sedum Lineare Variegatum

Sun: Direct

They love as much sun as possible. The best spot for them is where they can see the sun during the majority of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

They need very little attention and care, as long as they are receiving bright light. To propagate, they will send out roots anywhere the stem is touching, hence the name "Carpet Sedum", so lay the stem on some soil and keep your plant in bright light in order to encourage rooting.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Sedum Morganianum - Burro’s Tail - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Sedum Morganianum

Sun: Direct

They love as much sun as possible. The best spot for them is where they can see the sun during the majority of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

Avoid touching the leaves too much as that will wipe off the farina, or wax coating, on them, which helps with water-repelling. Their leaves are also very sensitive and can dislodge with the simplest bump.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Senecio Crassissimus - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Senecio Crassissimus

Sun: Direct

They love as much sun as possible. The best spot for them is where they can see the sun during the majority of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves).

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

If your Senecio starts to get "leggy" as it grows, where the new growth is stretched out or floppy, and the leaves are not very dense, consider pruning it back to encourage more growth points, and place it in brighter spot than it was before!

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Senecio Mikanoides - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Senecio Mikanoides

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Medium - Bright

They will thrive in bright light, but also can tolerate medium light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed anywhere between the middle of the room and the window. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

It can be propagated via clippings, simply allow the cut end to callous over and insert into the dirt. Keep them in warmer temperatures and avoid letting them sit where there are drafts, as this can cause leaf drop.

Pet Caution

This plant is moderately toxic and can cause some adverse reactions when ingested so it is best to not let your pets eat it, which we advise for all plants in general. The severity of the reaction will depend on how much of the plant is ingested but, if you know your pet typically does not eat your plants, this plant will be suitable for your home..

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Senecio Serpens Blue Dolphin - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Senecio Serpens Blue Dolphin

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

It can be propagated via clippings, simply allow the cut end to callous over and insert into the dirt. They also prefer slightly crowded conditions, so make sure not to give them too much space when repotting. Finally, keep them in warmer temperatures and avoid letting them sit where there are drafts, as this can cause leaf drop.