• Peachy floral print anniversary card (blank inside)
  • Happy Anniversary card with white envelope and is blank inside
  • This plant comes in a 4.5" sundae pot with hole in the bottom for drainage and a tray. Pilea peperomioides or also known as the Chinese Money plant are a rare plant that can be hard to find but very easy to care for. Pileas like bright indirect sunlight and to dry out between waterings. Rotate your plant occasionally if it receives light from only one side so that it keeps a nice even shape. The most common reason for a pilea to die is from over watering. The leaves will indicate the plant needs to be watered by drooping a little. Pileas do best when they are watered from the bottom.

    Also, Pileas like it warm! Keep your plant between 60 and 80 °F (15-30 °C). Make sure the temperature doesn't go below 55° F (13° C) and avoid large fluctuations. Pileas will suffer exposure to over 100° F (35° C): the best solution is to place your plant in a warm room with big windows, but out of the way of direct sunlight.

  • This gift set includes:
    • 5x7 Plant Lady notebook (lined paper)
    • Plants sticker
    • 3" Spider plant potted in a locally made pot
     
  • This set includes:
    • 3" potted fern plant in ceramic pot
    • 7" wide, 9" tall brass and glass terrarium
    • Small bed off moss with pinecones and bark for woodsy look
  • 4" assorted cactus in terracotta sonro pot (Cactus varieties will vary, no special requests please)  Cacti are one of the easiest plants to take care of because you can literally forget about them! They are perfect for plant beginners. Cacti love a warm window and plenty of sunlight. Keep in bright indirect light (yes, even cacti don't like direct sun light). Cacti will thrive here in Minnesota in the summer months but might struggle a little in the winter. Make sure in the cold months to move your cacti away from cold areas, such as doorways and windows. If you want to keep your cacti thriving through the winter, we recommend keeping it in the warmest room in your house or a grow light. Cacti must dry out between waterings. This plant is potted in a sandy, rocky soil that drains well. Cacti can go about 3-5 weeks without water in the summer and about 6-8 weeks without water in the winter. The best way to indicate that your cactus needs water is by feeling the soil. If you still feel some moisture, wait a little longer.  If you're noticing wrinkles on your cactus, particularly towards the base of your plant, your plant is very dry and a soak-watering is in order.    
  • The Prince of Orange Philodendron potted in a 4.5"wide 6" tall cream and black confetti pot with a hole in the bottom for drainage and a tray. The Philodendron Prince of Orange gets its name from its uniquely hued leaves, which change color over time. New growth starts a starburst yellow when it first emerges, transitioning first to copper tones, and ultimately settling into darker shades of green. This plant likes bright indirect light. Make sure to keep away from bright direct sunlight, direct sunlight can cause the leaves to burn and become brown and crispy. Rotate the plant about once a week to keep it full from all sides and wipe off any dust or dirt on the leaves. Prince of Orange Philodendrons like to dry out between waterings, so let the top 75% of the soil dry out before adding more water.
  • This arrangement includes a mix of purple flowers and greens designed in a recycled glass vase. It stands about 12" high and about 10" wide. The flower types can vary depending on availability. This arrangement is named Recovery is Real because 20% of the proceeds from this arrangement in the month of September will be donated to Recovery Alliance Duluth. Recovery Alliance Duluth is built to help individuals seeking recovery, family members that need support, and the community-at-large reduce the shame and stigma around substance use disorder. They accomplish this through peer-to-peer recovery support, community education, and advocacy. Recovery Alliance Duluth was formed when a small group of community members came together, joining their collective experience and knowledge, to address the need for peer-based recovery support throughout the continuum for individuals and families experiencing substance use disorder. For more information on this organization or more ways to help you can check out their website, recoveryallianceduluth.org/about/
  • Rose Pot

    $45.00
    The rose pot is a popular classic! Designed in a ceramic pot, this arrangement features 3 premium roses, berries, and seasonal greenery. Please let us know if you have a color preference. The rose pot is about 7" tall x 5" wide Each of our arrangements is custom designed. Final product will vary from photograph.
  • This card reads: Sometimes I wonder how you put up with me. Then I remember I put up with you. So we're even. Comes with a white envelope and is blank inside
  • The Sweet Sunset is designed in a clear glass square tapered vase, and filled with peach, pink, and coral tones with textural greenery. Approximate dimensions are 16" wide x 14" tall Each of our arrangements is custom designed. Final product will vary from photograph.
  • This gift set includes:
    • Small stoneware mug
    • Gold tea steeper
    • Little gold spoon
    • Tropical greens woven tea towel

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