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Amy decided to give up the glam life of being a celebrity publicist after 'finding herself' during a meditation retreat in Northern California. She's really turned a new leaf (heh) and is now all about that organic, non-gmo gluten free vegan life these days. At night, you'll find her staring at the sky, spiritually, as she closes her leaves to appreciate yet another day. Ahhhh... Namaste!
Were you praying for more prayer plants? We got you fam! Amy here is a gorgeous prayer plant native to Brazil. This Maranta Kerchoveana features a light green foliage with dark green patches on the front and a silvery green tone on the undersides—its really fifty shades of green with Amy! Coming from the rainforest, make sure to water and mist Amy regularly. As to her preferences for lighting, she prefers bright, indirect sun but can tolerate a bit of shade every once in a while.
Our app will tell you exactly when and how much to feed and water your plants. Are you already a pro in taking care of your plant? Great! The App is completely optional of course.
You might have some questions about ordering plants online. Makes total sense! We've combined the most common questions (and answers) below.
We are experts at packaging plants for a safe plant delivery. Our boxes have a clever design that ensures plants stay snuggly in one place throughout their journey to your home.
We make every effort to ensure the plant you receive matches very closely to the plant you see on our site. Always remember that these green amigo's are living creatures, each with their unique style. Height differences between 5-10cm may apply. Let's just say we don't always look like our profile picture either!
If you're new to plant parenthood, you should definitely try our Plantsome App. The app makes light work of plant care by sending water and fertilizer alerts to your phone exactly when your plants need it. #Easy!
Are your beloved green amigo's not in good shape? Worry not, Plantsome provides a 3-month happy plant guarantee on all of its plants. Read more about it here.