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#ExoticTropicals: Cynthia considers a Phalaenopsis orchid for her home, surrounded by an oasis of options including Variegated Dracaena, Sansevieria, Splitleaf Philodendron. 

Today’s savvy 20-somethings solve that dilemma at North Haven Gardens, which makes indoor plant care the hot new thing. 

Filling apartments with succulents and low-maintenance plant collections in vintage containers is no passing fad; plant care provides physical and mental benefits in addition to beautifying one’s residence.

“Over the last couple of years, mid-century genera such as fiddle leaf fig, dragon tree and the elusive variegated monstera have seen a resurgence in popularity,” says Cynthia Koogler, owner of neighborhood Flower Child Plants and caretaker of North Haven Gardens’ ornamental beds.

#NorthHavenGardensHouseplants: James chooses Kalanchoe, a blooming succulent perfect for even a small space. Variegated Dracaena, Sansevieria, Splitleaf Philodendron offer options for larger living spaces.

#BoysWithPlants: Aechmea bromeliad is perfect for a sunny room in any home.

At North Haven Gardens, enthusiasts can find unusual collectible varieties, attend classes such as Chic Home Plant Care, How Not to Kill Your Indoor Houseplant and “Swap and Sips” – opportunities for interested parties to trade cuttings and seeds with others.

Houseplants offer a healthy alternative to empty screen time, a sense of fulfillment and purpose, and an opportunity to network with like-minded aficionados.

“North Haven Gardens is the destination for the younger generation to become knowledgeable in plant design and care in small spaces,” Koogler says. “We propagate plants on-site and specialize in sourcing plants from exotic areas – ones not available at plant supercenters.”

Find faves and new friends at North Haven Gardens, 7700 Northaven Road in Dallas or call 214-363-5316. 


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