You can never have too many houseplants.

You don’t need less plants—you need more shelves!

Our indoor plant shops in Tigard and Portland feature an abundance of common and collector houseplants for the avid indoor gardener, along with decorative pots, home décor, and plant-related gifts. Our garden center locations each carry a wonderful selection of indoor plants and products as well! Whether you’re a new plant parent or a houseplant connoisseur, stop by to nurture your green thumb, get expert houseplant advice, or just to say hello.

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Did You Know? We Ship Houseplants!

Save yourself a trip and order a plant via mail! For your convenience, certain indoor plants can now be shipped directly to your home. Plants are shipped Monday through Wednesday for orders placed the previous week. Before being shipped to you, every plant is carefully inspected by our horticultural experts for health and quality standards.  While the plant size, shape, and appearance may vary slightly from plant to plant, we assure you—you’ll receive a beautiful, and healthy plant that is ready to thrive!

Pet-Safe Indoor Plants

Pet-Safe Indoor Plants

With our lives changing so much over the past couple of years, many of us turned to fluffy companions to help our quarantine feel less lonely, and to fill our homes with happiness. But what plants are safe for our new furry friends?

When we find ourselves spending more time indoors, houseplants can add color and life to our homes, but which plants are safe for our pets? Though many houseplants are considered “pet-safe,” ingesting too much of any plant matter can cause complications, plus you want to keep your plants looking their best! For detailed information on plant toxicity, go to www.houseplant411.com or ASPCA Poisonous Plants.

Houseplants for Low Light

When selecting an indoor plant, it’s important to consider the quality of light your space provides. Thankfully, there are gorgeous houseplants that can tolerate even the darker places in your home! It’s best to place low-light plants within:

2–3 feet of a window with northern exposure
3–5 feet of a window with eastern exposure
4–10 feet of a window with western exposure
10–18 feet of a window with southern exposure

See our Light Reading Chart for Indoor Plants for more details.

Low Light Houseplants
rare houseplants display

Collector Plants

What makes a plant a collector plant? Why are they so sought after? Since these “special” plants are so popular among the houseplant community right now, we want to provide you with the knowledge you need to successfully start or continue your collector plant journey.

Variegated plants specifically have plant lovers going crazy—understanding the science behind variegation is key to knowing why some of these plants are considered so unique. Learn from our indoor plant specialist Justin while he discusses some of his favorite rare and unusual plants and how to care for them in this class video. Justin has a houseplant collection consisting of 400+ common and uncommon plant babies!

More Houseplant Resources

There is always more to learn in the world of houseplants. Luckily, we have an endless amount of resources to help you become a prosperous indoor plant parent, including blog articles, printable care sheets, and more!

Calathea Care

Calathea Care

Fiddle Leaf Fig Care

Fiddle Leaf Fig Care

Indoor Fern Care

Indoor Fern Care

Alocasia Care

Alocasia Care

Anthurium Care

Anthurium Care

Hoya Care

Hoya Care

Growing Succulents Indoors & Outside

Succulents come in all shapes and sizes and are generally grouped into two categories: winter hardy and annual (NOT winter hardy). The world of hardy succulents is full of weird and wonderful choices, from Hens and Chicks (Sempervivum) to the...

Growing Cacti & Succulents Indoors

Is there a difference between cacti and succulents? Cacti are fleshy plants that store water—therefore, all cacti are succulents. On the other hand, in order for a succulent plant to be considered a cactus, the plant must have areoles. Areoles are...

Summer Houseplant Care & Vacation Tips

During summer months, our houseplants need specific care and attention to stay lush and healthy. With more intense sunlight, a few plants may need to be relocated to avoid sunburn, while some of them will benefit from being moved outside for the...

How to Repot Your Indoor Plants

Signs of spring are beginning to show here in the Pacific Northwest! Flowers emerging along with lengthening daylight hours finds us spending more time outdoors, but when seasonal showers chase us back inside, we can continue to garden by repotting...

Pet-Safe (Non-Toxic) Indoor Plants

As our lives become more urban, tech-based, and harried, we have come to embrace plants and nature as selfless companions to help us relax and beautify our surroundings. However, some popular houseplants may be toxic to your precious pets. Here are...

Don’t Kill Them with Kindness: Watering Guidelines for Indoor Plants

The most common cause of houseplant demise is root rot brought on by overwatering—not from too much water, but from watering too frequently. Plants need a combination of moisture and oxygen available to the root system to thrive. Watering too often...

Become Enlightened With Indoor Grow Lights

Improve your houseplant success and grow more plants by using indoor supplemental lights. Recent advances in lighting have provided us with increased options for indoor growing and decreased the overall cost and energy usage of grow lights. In...

Indoor Vertical Gardening & Living Walls

Limited on space? Go vertical! Innovative containers are providing us with more ways to incorporate plants into our indoor spaces these days, from wall-mounted planters to various hanging methods, totems, and even moss art.On the Wall Mounted...

All About Air Plants

Air plants are perfect for anyone looking for a very forgiving houseplant that does not need as much attention as others. My ever-growing collection of air plants lives mostly in my north-facing kitchen window. Some hang in decorative tropical seed...

Houseplant Troubleshooting: 7 Common Problems

Tiny gnats in your coffee, yellowing or dropping leaves, crispy or distorted growth… these may all be symptoms of common houseplant problems that are easily addressed if caught early. Read on to learn what to watch for and how to diagnose, treat,...

Recorded Vimeo Classes

Watch all of our past indoor plant classes at your convenience! We offer FREE weekly live stream video classes and workshops to help you succeed in your home and garden throughout the year. We look forward to growing with you!

Virtual Houseplant Consultation

Get one-on-one expert advice tailored to your needs from the comfort of your home! This 30-minute coaching session includes plant identification, selection and placement, maintenance tips, pest/disease control, problem-solving, Q&A, a detailed summary, and unlimited follow-up questions via email, all for $75! To schedule your appointment, please PREPAY HERE and fill out the form below.

Virtual Houseplant Consultation

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