Houseplants & Tropical Plants

Easy Care, Air Purifying, Big, Little, Low-Light, Cute & Cool House & Tropical Plants

Houseplants are amazing and resilient plants that can spruce up a room, a house or an office. Not only are they beautiful, but they have lots of health benefits. They’re known to purify indoor air. Some can be finicky, others are very easy to keep going and going. Stop in to our greenhouse and see our large selection of beautiful tropicals and houseplants.

Boston Fern

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Rubbery stems with tiny chubby leaves are this plants trademarks.  Sometimes seen in a plain green but equally as engaging in the variegated form, these are often grown as houseplants for warm and bright areas.

Butterfly Syngonium

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Also know as the Arrowhead plant, the Syngonium is an excellent houseplant for low light conditions.  They are bushy and full making them very attractive indoor plant choices.  As they grow and mature, the syngonium develops a climbing habit, making them fun to grow on trellises.

Calathea Lancifolia

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Known as the Rattlesnake Plant, this Calathea has long green leaves with decorative dark spots.  The underside of the leaves are a deep purple.  This particular Calathea is very resistant to browning.  Keep in evenly moist soil in a well-drained potting mix.

Lemon Tree

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A small fruit-bearing evergreen, the lemon tree has a spreading, upright growth habit with few large branches and stiff thorns.  The leaves themselves are oblong, light green leaves that produce purple-white flowers in clusters.

Lime Tree

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Similar to the lemon tree, the lime tree is a deciduous tree with heart-shaped leaves and clusters of fragrant, yellowish flowers that appear in early July.  The lime tree typically grows to about 25 meters in height.

Mangave Catcha Wave

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A second generation Mangave, the “catcha wave” has thick, silvery blue leaves covered in dark spotting.  These rare hybrids combine a fast growth rate with the refinement of the Agave plant.  Suitable to grow in full and partial sun.

Mangave Lavender Lady

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Resembling an Echeveria with its rosette habit and smoky purple colors, the “Lavender Lady” is a stunning plant.  As it ages, the Mangave leaves will lighten to green, creating a two-tone effect.  Grows exceptionally well in full sun.

Mangave Silver Fox

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The “Silver Fox” is a truly stunning succulent, it almost glows white at a first glance.  Light blue spotting may appear under the white waxy coating on the leaves.  The leaves themselves are thick and arching with defined marginal teeth.

Orange Tree

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The orange tree is a citrus evergreen tree with a lifespan of about 55 years, with some living up to 100 years old.  It will generally reach a height between 16 and 50 feet.  Grown mainly for its fruits, it can also be grown for its flowers and ornamentation.

Peperomia Ferrayrea

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A simple to grow plant, the Peperomia are relatively small in size with delicate leaves, making them perfect for desktops or other small spaces or arrangements.  They enjoy steadily moist soil but can be sensitive to overwatering.

Persian Shield

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A fabulous ornamental plant, the Persian Shield is an evergreen perennial with humble beginnings in Myanmar.  It’s foliage shines brightly in neon shades of purple, veined with green.  They thrive best in very partial shade and if the temperature is just right, they may bloom in fall or winter.

Pineapple Plant

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An herbaceous bienniel or perennial plant known for its delicious fruit, the Pineapple Plant has a short stem with sword-shaped leaves.  When the plant flowers, the stem produces small purple or red flowers from which the fruit will develop.

Pothos Marble Queen

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The Marble Queen Pothos is a popular and hardy plant.  It has glossy, heart-shaped leaves in green and white.  The Marble Queen has long cascading vines making it a fabulous hanging plant.

Prayer Plant

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Native to new-world tropics, the Prayer Plant has spreading leaves that turn upward in the evening.  Ornamental varieties have developed a red venation with purple-green leaf sheaths.  It grows well in partial shade and is fairly low maintenance.

Sansevieria Black Coral

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Commonly called the Snake plant or Mother-in-Law’s Tongue, the Sanseveria is a very robust and hardy plant.  It is extremely hard to kill and will grow in dim light, it also only needs to be watered when the soil is completely dry.  The black coral version of this features dark leaves with lighter green striations.

Sansevieria Laurentii

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Commonly called the Snake plant or Mother-in-Law’s Tongue, the Sanseveria is a very robust and hardy plant.  It is extremely hard to kill and will grow in dim light, it also only needs to be watered when the soil is completely dry.  The Laurentii version of this features light green leaves with tapered yellow edges.

Sansevieria Moonshine

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Commonly called the Snake plant or Mother-in-Law’s Tongue, the Sanseveria is a very robust and hardy plant.  It is extremely hard to kill and will grow in dim light, it also only needs to be watered when the soil is completely dry.  The Moonshine version of this features light green, sword-shaped leaves.

Sansevieria Robusta

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Commonly called the Snake plant or Mother-in-Law’s Tongue, the Sanseveria is a very robust and hardy plant.  It is extremely hard to kill and will grow in dim light, it also only needs to be watered when the soil is completely dry.  The Robusta has waxy, overlapping leaves.

Small Tillandsia

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A member of the Bromeliad family, the Tillandsia are also known as air plants.  They come in many different shapes and forms and have adapted to grow in hot arid climates.  They generally only need to be watered once or twice a week.

Xerographica Air Plant

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A truly stunning air plant, the Xerographica has light green coloring with flocked leaves.  As the plant grows, its arms curl and wrap around itself with the leaves wider at the base.  It enjoys being submerged at least once month in water for about 15 minutes.

Tillandsia Cyanea

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Commonly referred to as a Pink Quill, due to the pink bracts that grow from the center of the plant.  It is also capable of nourishing itself through rain and airborne dew, rather than a root system. It only needs to be watered sparingly as it is used to a dry climate.

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