What is @PlantSomeLove30A?

What We Do

We hide small potted plants around Santa Rosa Beach, FL (in the 30A area). You find it, you keep it! It's FREE. Take it home and enjoy. Follow us on Facebook & Instagram to see when and where the next plant will be hidden.

Why We Do It

Giving a plant is a traditional way of showing people you care. We hope that each plant we give away brings a little joy to someone's life. 

Spread The Love

Be sure and post a photo of you and your new plant on our social media @plantsomelove30a and encourage others to spread the joy of plants with someone!

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Why plants are awesome

Houseplants are good for your health — and not just for their visual beauty. Why? They essentially do the opposite of what we do when we breathe: release oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide. This not only freshens up the air, but also eliminates harmful toxins. Extensive research by NASA has revealed that houseplants can remove up to 87 percent of air toxin in 24 hours. Studies have also proven that indoor plants improve concentration and productivity (by up to 15 percent!), reduce stress levels and boost your mood — making them perfect for not just your home but your work space, too.

Plant Care

Aloe Vera

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An Aloe Vera plant is an easy to grow, drought resistant succulent that can be grown indoors or outdoors. It's nicknamed Medicine Plant because the sap from its leaves soothes minor skin irritations and burns; this makes it a  great plant for a sunny kitchen. It can be used as a table plant when small or a floor plant as it matures. For more info on how to care for your new plant, go to:

https://www.houseplantsexpert.com/aloe-vera-house-plant.html

Coffee Arabica

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Coffee plants (Coffee arabica) prefer dappled sunlight and make good indoor plants. They love to be watered often. You can repot your coffee plant every spring, gradually stepping up the pot size, but you want to slightly restrict its pot size to keep it manageable. In other words, coffee doesn't mind a small pot. For more info on how to care for your new plant, go to:

https://www.houseplant411.com/houseplant/coffee-plant-how-to-grow-care-for-a-coffee-plant


Jade

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A jade plant, sometimes called a Friendship plant, Lucky plant, or Money Tree plant, is a green friend that just won’t die! It’s a perfect table plant or short bushy floor plant for a sunny hot location. Jade plants are one of the easiest houseplants to propagate either by stem cuttings or by stray leaves that fall into the soil. For more info on how to care for your new plant, go to:

https://www.houseplantsexpert.com/jade-plant.html

"ZZ" Plant

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ZZ plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia) tolerates neglect, is drought tolerant, and accepts low-light conditions without throwing a fit. Its waxy, smooth leaves reflect sunlight and brighten rooms. ZZ plant also is an air purifier and in a NASA study, researchers found it is specifically adept at removing copious amounts of toxins such as xylene, toluene, and benzene from the air. For more info on how to care for your new plant, go to:

https://www.gardenista.com/posts/everything-you-need-to-know-about-zz-plants-zamioculcas-zamiifolia/


Cactus

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All cactus plants are members of the Cactaceae family, and there are thousands of species of cactus. Most cacti can thrive indoors with relatively little maintenance. They do however like a lot of light. 

For more info on how to care for your new plant, go to:

https://www.thespruce.com/how-to-grow-cactus-1902954

Snake Plant

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If a prize were available for the most tolerant plant, snake plant (Sansevieria) would certainly be one of the frontrunners. Snake plant care is very straightforward.  Additionally, they can survive low light levels, drought and have few insect problems. NASA research has even shown that snake plants are able to help keep the air inside your home clean, removing toxins such as formaldehyde and benzene. In short, they are the perfect houseplants.
For more info on how to care for your new plant, go to:

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/snake-plant/snake-plant-care.htm

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