Welcome to the Tula House Plant Library! Learn best plant care tips to keep your plants alive and beautiful. Once you are full of new care information, explore our rare plant selection in our shop section. 

Tula’s Plant Library 

Welcome to the Tula House Plant Library. Learn about different plant species, what each plant needs, and plant care tips to keep your plants alive and beautiful. Once you are full of new care information, explore our rare plant collection.

  1. Image coming soon from Tula Plants & Design.

    Trichodiadema bulbosum

    This South African native is true to its bonsai nickname with a distinct, trunk-like caudex and many leafy branches. The wiry, dense branches of this plant will form a low shrub structure and blossom with brilliant pink-petaled flowers during a long growing period from spring to autumn. The root foot, or caudex, of this plant is typically given many years to establish before it is repotted to be partially exposed above the soil. This doesn’t harm mature plants, and gives the specimen a particularly architectural look. Traditionally, the roots of Trichodiadema species have been used to speed the fermentation of bread and beer. They are said to contain either yeast or sugars that boost fermentation processes. 
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  2. A flowering Sulcorebutia arenacea for sale at Tula Plants & Design.

    Sulcorebutia arenacea

    Sulcorebutia arenacea is a hardy native of Bolivia with less than a 20sq km habitat range. This small cactus thrives in high deserts, regularly higher than 5,000 feet above sea level. If given the proper conditions in winter, its spherical crown will give way to brilliant large yellow blossoms in the late winter or spring.
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  3. Rhipsalis cereuscula, or coral plant, photographed at Tula Plants & Design.

    Rhipsalis cereuscula

    Rhipsalis cereuscula is native to tropical rainforests in Uruguay and Brazil. It is a shrubby jungle cactus that is an epiphyte that grows on tree trunks and rocks (lithophytic). Its common name refers to the clusters of tiny, cylindrical “rice” shaped joints that are formed at the ends of long, slender branches.
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  4. Image of Rebutia heliosa coming soon from Tula Plants & Design.

    Rebutia heliosa

    Rebutia heliosa is a hardy native of Bolivia. This small clustered cactus thrives in high deserts, regularly as high as 10,000 feet above sea level. If given the proper conditions in winter, its cylindrical 1mm long spikes and curved heads give way to brilliant orange blossoms in the springtime. 
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  5. Image of Plerandra elegantissima, or False Aralia, coming soon from Tula Plants & Design.

    Plerandra elegantissima

    Plerandra elegantissima is a flowering plant with distinct dark, finger-like leaves that is native to New Caledonia, a French territory off the coast of Australia. In the wild, this plant can become a full blown tree up to 50 feet tall. As a popular houseplant for color contrast, its slender toothed leaves remind one of a darker marijuana plant. For better or worse, there is very little relation. Keep an eye out for clusters of pale green flowers come fall, followed by inedible black fruit. 
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  6. Image of Matucana madisoniorum coming soon from Tula Plants & Design.

    Matucana madisoniorum

    Matucana madisoniorum is a small, globular cactus that grows natively in a tiny region of Peru. Due to collecting and grazing goats in the area, it is now highly endangered. Some specimens have long spines while others are completely naked. Naked plants are often mistaken for Lophophora williamsii, or peyote. Look out for sunbursts of flowers whenever conditions are right. 
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  • Explore Beautiful Plants

    Choose from our selection of healthy and extraordinary plant species at Tula House. We help you curate your own stunning plant collection while educating you on the best way to care for your plants and keep them looking their best for a long time. Explore a range of plants and personalized plant services at Tula House. 

  • Where Plants Meet Design

    At Tula House, we’re designers as much as plant lovers. In our store, you can find a range of plant-themed products, including apparel, decor, illustrations, and educational materials. We aim to use our creativity to inspire people to develop a greater interest in plants and a love for the natural world.

  • Expertly Designed Gardens

    Tula House Gardens brings you our expert plantscaping services to infuse some natural energy into your home, office, or commercial enterprise. Our professional designers and horticulturists will help you transform your space with plant life and care for it with regular maintenance so that you can enjoy your garden for years to come.