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Easiest Houseplants Ever


Are you looking for a “No Fuss/ No Fail” houseplant?  Are you looking for plants that you can leave for three weeks when you go on vacation?  Are you looking for plants that are disease-resistant, mold-proof, allergy- and odor-free?  Are you looking for plants that are self-contained and have no danger of leaking?  I have those plants for you in our greenhouse in Potomac.

EasyGro Hydro plants are the right plants for you. EasyGro Hydro plants are grown in an inner pot holding clay pebbles. The outer pot is leak-free and holds a water gauge and a water reservoir. Reading the gauge will let you know when to water your plant.  The plant with its inner and outer pots can be placed inside any decorative container – you don’t have to worry about the container or your floor or table or desk getting ruined by water, the outer pot is leak free!

EasyGro Hydro has been used in Europe for over 30 years and has taken over 70% of the interior plant market.  Why?  Because EasyGro Hydro plants take the guess work out of plant care.  When you bring a plant home or to your office you must balance the light, water, fertilizer and humidity in its surroundings.  Even with the best of intentions, sometimes plants do not thrive.  EasyGro Hydro plants take the guesswork away and you are left with a beautiful plant.

I am very excited about these plants and I know many of you will be excited too!  I hope with this new line of plants I can offer you a broader array of interior plant options. Visit me in our Potomac greenhouse and I’ll help you pick the perfect plant for you, whether it is our new line of EasyGro Hydro plants or one of our other beautiful plants.

Customers are always looking for plants that are easy care.  EasyGro Hydro can’t be much easier – unless it was plastic!

Posted by Sherri Deck of Behnkes Potomac.

Stephanie Fleming was raised at Behnke’s Nurseries in Beltsville. Her Mom, Sonja, was one of Albert & Rose Behnke’s four children. She was weeding from the moment she could walk and hiding as soon as she was old enough to run, so many weeds, so little time. Although she quickly learned how to pull out a perennial and get taken off of weed pulling duty.

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