We have 25 years experience in purchasing the healthiest plants whether for seasonal flowering plants like Hibiscus, Mandevilla, Bougainvillea and others or indoor plants like Kentia Palm, Dracaena Massangeana, Amate' Schefflera, Spathiphyllum, Bromeliads and so on. We have hundreds of growers from which to choose in locating our plant material. We carry the largest variety in the Midlands. We sell tropical plants retail and wholesale to walk-in customers, florists, garden centers, grocery stores, plantscapers and sometimes other plant growers. We know where to look for the quality-grown material. We can help you in deciding which plants will thrive best for you and where to place them in your home or office. We offer free plant advice on your existing plants that you own or ones you are wanting to purchase. Come by and see us.
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Plants help reduce indoor air pollution like removing carbon monoxide. NASA did a two-year research study on tropical plants and found that there are indoor plants that greatly reduce benzene and formaldehyde pollutants from the air. Benzene is a very commonly used solvent in many items like gasoline, oils, paints, plastics and rubber. Formaldehyde is found in pressed wood and is used in furniture, foam insulation, paper products, water repellents, carpet backings and permanent-press clothes. These pollutants can cause headaches, nausea, blurred vision, loss of appetite, and irritation of eyes, nose and throat, to name just a few. The list of plants that are the most effective in removing these toxins are Bamboo Palm, Chinese Evergreen, English Ivy, Gerbera Daisy, Janet Craig, Marginata, Corn Plant, Snake Plant, Chrysanthemum, Peace Lily, Warneckii, Boston Fern, Swedish Ivy, Spider Plant, Golden Pothos, Ficus and Philodendron. The NASA study has shown that placing plants in your home or office to improve the quality of the air to make it a more pleasant place to live and work will make people feel and perform better.
We guarantee our plants are healthy at the time you purchase them from us. Due to the fact that plants are perishable and prone to damage, once the plants leave Reese's Plants' possession, we are not responsible for the deterioration or death of a plant or plants purchased from us. We will work with you to try to determine the cause of the problem. If you see a problem with your plant, please call us immediately, so we can discuss the situation.