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Aglaonema
Aglaonema
Aglaonema

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I'm a variety of Chinese evergreen and I'll light up your space. My dark green, lance-shaped leaves show off red edges and veins as they grow from pink stems. With good light, I can bloom. I'm also a great air purifier. I love warmth and humidity. Mist me frequently or keep me in a bathroom or kitchen with bright indirect light. Wipe my leaves occasionally to keep me looking my best.


Aimee Bush/Standard

Aimee Bush/Standard
Gardenia jasminoides aimee

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Originally from the subtropics, I'm known for my fragrant ivory blooms. I'll grow large and bushy if you let me, with beautiful dark-green leaves. I love consistently moist, acidic soil, and high humidity. At the same time, I don't like to be waterlogged. Mist me frequently or keep me in a bathroom or kitchen with bright indirect light. Wipe my leaves occasionally to keep me looking my best.


Alocasia Wentii
Alocasia Wentii
Alocasia wentii

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People also call me an elephant ear plant, because of my oversize green leaves growing on tall, slender stems. The underside of my leaves also carries a subtle purple hue. I'm from tropical Asia and bring an exotic jungle vibe to any room. I love warmth and humidity, as well as lightly moist soil. Please be careful—too much water and I risk root rot. Rotate my pot every few weeks to help me grow evenly. To keep me at my shiniest, gently dust my glossy leaves with a damp cloth.

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Areca Palm
Areca Palm
Dypsis lutescens

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Transport yourself to the tropics with me. Originally from Madagascar, interior designers and houseplant parents find my feathery arching fronds positively fetching. If you're looking to make a statement—here I am. And like other palms, I'm a great air purifier. Lots of bright light is best, but keep me out of direct sunlight or I'll turn yellow. I'm super sensitive to overwatering, so let the top few inches of soil dry before watering me.

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Boston Fern
Boston Fern
Nephrolepis exaltata 'Bostoniensis'

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I've been a fixture on American porches forever. An original hipster, I was the star of 1970s and 80s fern bars. No wonder they're making a comeback. Put me on a pedestal. Hang me as a focal point. My graceful fronds cascade up to 3' long in a spectacular burst of air-purifying green. Warmth and humidity make me happiest, and misting is greatly appreciated. So is consistent care—I don't like my routine upset. If you put me in a window or corner, rotate my pot by a quarter-turn each week so I get even light exposure to stay full and fluffy.


Boston Fern Jumbo
Boston Fern Jumbo
Nephrolepis exaltata 'Bostoniensis'

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I've been a fixture on American porches forever. An original hipster, I was the star of 1970s and 80s fern bars. No wonder they're making a comeback. Put me on a pedestal. Hang me as a focal point. My graceful fronds cascade up to 3' long in a spectacular burst of air-purifying green. Warmth and humidity make me happiest, and misting is greatly appreciated. So is consistent care—I don't like my routine upset. If you put me in a window or corner, rotate my pot by a quarter-turn each week so I get even light exposure to stay full and fluffy.


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Calathea
Calathea
Calathea

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Contrary to my name, I'm friendly and outgoing. My strappy, spotted leaves with deep purple undersides add flair to your home or office. At night, I fold up my leaves until morning, when I'm ready to show off again. I like humidity, and during my spring and summer growing season I like generous amounts of water as long as I don't sit in water. I also prefer a bit of shade so that my leaves don't burn.


Calathea Rattlesnake
Calathea Rattlesnake
Calathea lancifolia

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Contrary to my name, I'm friendly and outgoing. My strappy, spotted leaves with deep purple undersides add flair to your home or office. At night, I fold up my leaves until morning, when I'm ready to show off again. I like humidity, and during my spring and summer growing season I like generous amounts of water as long as I don't sit in water. I also prefer a bit of shade so that my leaves don't burn.

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Cataractarum Palm
Cataractarum Palm
Chamaedorea cataractarum

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I'm originally from tropical southeastern Mexico, and sometimes called a Mexican Hat palm. Because of my fluffy appearance, I'm often used as an accent or a short dense screen. I'm also great at cleaning the air. I like humidity and prefer to stay lightly moist all the time. Wipe off my fronds regularly to keep my appearance looking great.

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Clusia
Clusia
Clusia rosea

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I'm from the tropics, beginning life high in other trees and sending out aerial roots that eventually reach the ground. My family is also the only plant genus that can absorb carbon dioxide at night, so I'm a great air purifier. I like warmth, moisture, and humidity. Bright light and even some direct sunlight is great for keeping me green. And wow, can I grow. Outdoors I can grow up to 25 feet tall. I'll try not to do that in your living room, but help me keep my figure by pruning me regularly.


Cordyline
Cordyline
Cordyline terminalis

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Call me Ti—I'm rumored to bring good luck and lasting love to my humans. My leathery, spikey leaves come in a variety of colors, brightening any spot where I'm placed. Since I originate in the Pacific Islands and southeast Asia, I like warmth and humidity.


Croton Mammy
Croton Mammy
Codiaeum variegatum

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Bright, bold, and beautiful, I add color wherever I grow. I'm originally from Australia and the South Pacific but now am a favorite plant for both indoor and outdoor gardens. With pink, yellow, orange, purple, and green—I'm a standout. I like warmth, humidity, and a bright sunny spot. Avoid direct hot sun, or my leaves will bleach. I'm not picky about soil, as long as it drains well and stays consistently moist.


Croton Petra
Croton Petra
Codiaeum variegatum

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Need a little color in your life? I'll bring vivid pink, red, yellow, orange, bronze, and green shades to any setting. Originally from southern Asia and the western Pacific islands, I'm a true tropical native. Warmth and humidity are my best friends. Indoors, I like being misted daily. I also like to stay in the same place. Once I'm acclimated, I hate to move. Lots of bright, indirect light will also keep me colorful.

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Date Palm Roebelenii
Date Palm Roebelenii
Phoenix roebelenii

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Quite stunning as an indoor plant, I'm a great accent. My graceful fronds grow 3-5 feet long. I am either a male or female plant, so to produce fruit you'll need at least one of each. I like warm, humid conditions and prefer regular watering. My soil should be well drained.


Dieffenbachia
Dieffenbachia
Dieffenbachia spp

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Beautiful and easy to grow, I come from a large family of Central and South American tropical plants. When you're looking for a happy, exotic vibe, make me the center of attention. Regularity works best for me. Regular moisture keeps me from drying out, and regular feeding keeps me healthy. Dust my leaves occasionally keeps me looking my best.

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Dieffenbachia Camille
Dieffenbachia Camille
Dieffenbachia maculata 'Camille'

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With my ivory-yellow leaves edged in dark green, I'm beautiful and easy to grow. When you're looking for a happy, exotic vibe, make me the center of attention. Regularity works best for me. Regular moisture keeps me from drying out, and regular feeding keeps me healthy. Dust my leaves occasionally keeps me looking my best.

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Dipladenia Bush
Dipladenia Bush
Dipladenia sanderi

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I'll brighten up your space with fragrant flowers on deep green, glossy leaves. At first, my branches reach up, but then begin to cascade down, making me a great choice for hanging baskets or planters. I like warmth! Although you can set me outside in the summer, be sure to bring me in before temperatures fall below 65°.


Dracaena
Dracaena
Dracaena

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I'm drama in a small footprint, with spiky, sword-like leaves. I can be dark green. My leaves can be banded with green and yellow, edged in bordeaux red. Or I can have leaves infused with magenta. Either way, I'm super easy to grow. My colors are brighter and my leaves are stronger with bright indirect light, but I'll do fine even with less. I'm not fussy about water or humidity either, so I'm a great office plant.

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Dracaena Janet Craig
Dracaena Janet Craig
Dracaena deremensis ‘Janet Craig’

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Deep green, arching leaves and a bushy presence make me an attractive house resident. I like bright, indirect light but I also can handle low light. I'm not fussy about water or humidity either, so I'm a great office plant.


Dracaena Marginata Bicolor
Dracaena Marginata Bicolor
Dracaena marginata bicolor

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I'm drama in a small footprint, with spiky, sword-like leaves and three color variations. I can be dark green. My leaves can be banded with green and yellow, edged in bordeaux red. Or I can have leaves infused with magenta. I'm super easy to grow. My colors are brighter and my leaves are stronger with bright indirect light, but I'll do fine even with less. I'm not fussy about water or humidity either, so I'm a great office plant.


Dracaena Warneckii Lemon Lime
Dracaena Warneckii Lemon Lime
Dracaena deremensis 'warneckii'

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Call me a little flashy—my bright green leaves with yellow and white stripes form a rosette in the center at my cane. My leaves can grow to an impressive 2 feet long, so I'm great for introducing a tropical vibe to almost anywhere. I'm fine with medium light, water, and humidity. When you water me, soak me well and let the water drain from the bottom of my pot. Let the soil in the pot completely dry before the next watering. To keep me at my prettiest, dust my leaves with a damp cloth.


Duranta Braid/Standard
Duranta Braid/Standard
Duranta erecta

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My common name is golden dewdrops because of my attractive leaves. I'm a tropical evergreen that will flower with pale blue, white, or violet blossoms in ideal conditions. I like it hot—even 100+ temperatures won't slow me down. As a container plant, keep me indoors when temperatures drop to 40 or below. I'm good with dry or humid conditions and don't even mind salty air in beach climates.


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Eugenia Topiary
Eugenia Topiary
Eugenia myrtifolia

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I'm an Australian evergreen with small, glossy green leaves. My branches are easily trained into more formal shapes, like a ball. That's why you'll often see me paired with a buddy flanking a front door or as accents on a patio. But in spite of my formal appearance, I'm really easy to live with. I can be outdoors enjoying 4-5 hours of sunlight a day, unless temperatures drop below 32°. Indoors, I like lots of bright light. Keep my soil moist. Regular trimming keeps me neat and tidy, and giving me plenty of space makes sure I have room to breathe.


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Fan Palm
Fan Palm
Livistona chinensis

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Call me chill—not much gets me down. I prefer tropical conditions, but I can also handle cold, drought, direct sun, or part shade if necessary. With my fronds growing in circular, segmented patterns, I'll add a spiky pop of green gladness to your home. I like lots of bright indirect light, and if you turn my pot a quarter-turn every week, I'll grow more evenly. I also like to eat. Feed me monthly with a good palm fertilizer that includes potassium.

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Ficus Alii Braid/Standard
Ficus Alii Braid/Standard
Ficus alii

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I'm also called a "banana leaf ficus" and am one of the tougher ficus plants. I'm a hard-working produce of clean air as well. Use me alone as a statement tree, or group me with other indoor plants. Humidity is my friend. In dry environments, mist me and to keep me at my prettiest, dust my leaves regularly with a damp cloth.


Ficus Audrey/Standard
Ficus Audrey/Standard
Ficus benghalensis

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Native to southeast Asia, I'm a sacred tree in India and known commonly as a banyan tree. Outdoors, I also grow to become colossal in size. I resemble my cousin, the fiddle-leaf fig, but I'm a little more forgiving about my conditions. Humidity and consistently moist soil are my best friends. I also appreciate natural fertilizers during spring and summer. To keep me at my prettiest, dust my leaves regularly with a damp cloth.


Ficus Elastica
Ficus Elastica
Ficus elastica

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I'm a favorite for being easy to care for and for my beautiful white and green or burgundy leaves. In my native Southeast Asia, I can grow up to 40 feet tall—people even use me to create living bridges. Choose me for my abilities to purify the air and make a statement. Bright indirect light keeps me at my most colorful. I don't need much water—let my soil drain well and dry out between waterings. I love having my leaves dusted. A damp cloth restores my shine and health good looks.

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Ficus Lyrata/1 Stem/2 Stem/Standard
Ficus Lyrata/1 Stem/2 Stem/Standard
Ficus lyrata

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Native to western Africa, I come from the banyan fig family. I can grow into a stunning architectural statement in any home or office, reaching 6 to 10 feet tall and showing off my large shiny leathery leaves. I flourish staying in one place. I don't like being moved and I hate drafts. I love light—lots of it. You can turn my pot slightly once a week to make sure my leaves receive equal light. Dust my leaves with a damp cloth to keep me looking great.

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Foxtail Fern
Foxtail Fern
Asparagus densiflorus

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Here's a little secret—I'm not really a fern. I'm from the asparagus family. And although I look soft and fluffy, I'm actually quite robust. You can plant me in a regular pot, hanging pot, or even take me outside in the summer or in warmer climates. I don't need anything special. I love living indoors, although I can also live outside in warmer climates. Bright indirect light and well-draining soil make me happiest. Moist—but not wet— soil and occasional misting help me stay looking fresh.

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Gardenia/Braid/Standard
Gardenia/Braid/Standard
Gardenia jasminoides

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Originally from the subtropics, I'm known for my fragrant ivory blooms. I'll grow large and bushy if you let me, with beautiful dark-green leaves. I love consistently moist, acidic soil, and high humidity. At the same time, I don't like to be waterlogged. Mist me frequently or keep me in a bathroom or kitchen with bright indirect light. Wipe my leaves occasionally to keep me looking my best.


Golden Pothos/Totem
Golden Pothos/Totem
Epipremnum aureum

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Adventuresome and happy-go-lucky, I grow quickly and trail beautiful vines everywhere I go. Give me room to climb and I'll gladly drape over shelves or hanging baskets with waxy leaves between 4" and 8" long. If you're longing for an urban jungle vibe, I'm your guy. I'm not demanding. To keep me shiny, dust my leaves with a damp cloth. I prefer plenty of indirect light, but I can also thrive with low light.

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Hibiscus Braid/Bush/Standard
Hibiscus Braid/Bush/Standard
Hibiscus spp

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Give me bright light and keep my soil moist and I'll reward you with stunning, large flowers. I'll thrive in sunlight outdoors, but avoid intense heat to keep me from becoming sunburned. During summer, I like lots of water and humidity, as long as my pot drains well.


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Ixora Standard
Ixora Standard
Ixora coccinea

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I'm from the same family as coffee and gardenia plants. My glossy leathery leaves are oval-shaped and stiff, and my flowers are so beautiful that I'm the national flower of Sri Lanka. I love humidity—in my native habitat I grow in rainforests and near waterfalls. I'm colorful and easy to care for.


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Jasmine Sambac
Jasmine Sambac
Jasminum sambac

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Known as Arabian Jasmine, my fragrant flowers are used to flavor jasmine tea and to make Hawaiian leis, in addition to uses in traditional medicine, aromatherapy, and cosmetics. I'm also the national flower of the Philippines. I love warmth, humidity, and lots of light to bloom well. I also prefer to be established in one place and not move. Do not over-water—too much can cause root rot.


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Kimberly Queen Fern
Kimberly Queen Fern
Nephrolepis obliterata

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If you like your ferns bold and lush, I'm yours. Originally from Australia, I can make quite a statement in a dramatic planter or urn. I can live on a porch when it's warm, but indoors, I'll do well almost anywhere. I stay fairly compact. I'll thrive in medium to low light, away from direct sunlight. I need water and consistent moisture to keep my fronds nice and green. Let the top few inches of soil dry between waterings but never let me dry out completely.


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Macho Fern
Macho Fern
Nephrolepis biserrata

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I live up to my name, as a big burly fern with stout fronds. I grow wild in Florida, Louisiana, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, where I'm also known as a broad sword fern. Tough and durable, I do well indoors and also outdoors on shady patios or outdoor living spaces away from direct sunlight. I like moist—not soggy—soil. I'm happy in a large urn, planter, or hanging basket with plenty of room around me to flex my fronds. Just remove any dead fronds to keep me looking fabulous.


Majesty Palm
Majesty Palm
Ravenea rivularis

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I'm a bit exotic—coming from isolated swamps of Madagascar. I'm also considered to be one of the most beautiful indoor palms, resembling a Royal Palm when mature. Slow-growing, I sport long arching green fronds on multiple stems. I like a precise balance of heat, light, and fertilizer. Too much fertilizer and too little light make me stretch. Too much light without more fertilizer or water will scorch me. I also like Epsom salts as a supplement to have enough magnesium and avoid yellow or dying leaves.

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Mandevilla Bush/HB/Hoop/Trellis/(pink, red, white)
Mandevilla Bush/HB/Hoop/Trellis/(pink, red, white)
Mandevilla

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I'm a climber. Give me soil and a trellis or hanging basket and I'll reward you with twining evergreen vines and showy, fragrant flowers. Like any tropical native, I love light, warmth, and moisture or humidity. With support, I'll happily climb into a show-stopping display of color.


Mass Cane 1ppp/2ppp
Mass Cane 1ppp/2ppp
Dracaena massangeana

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People also know me as a corn plant, although I couldn't tell you why. My woody trunk is topped with a spray of shiny, sword-shaped, arching leaves with golden-yellow stripes running down the center. In my native Africa, I can grow to more than 50 feet tall. I'm pretty low maintenance. Whether in your home or office, I can tolerate low light although I look best with moderate bright light. My soil needs good drainage, because I don't like to sit in water. Misting me and dusting my leaves makes me happy.

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Monstera
Monstera
Monstera
Difficulty: Easy

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I look like my cousin, the Swiss Cheese Plant, but I'm a bit more compact and my leaves always have their full edges, with true holes. I'm easy to grow and grow quickly. I'm a great choice for hanging baskets, or with a little support from a stake or trellis, I'll climb. When you water me, drain water from the bottom of the pot and let the top of my soil dry before watering me again. To keep me shiny, dust my leaves with a damp cloth.

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Monstera Adansonii/Totem
Monstera Adansonii/Totem
Monstera adansonii

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I look like my cousin, the Swiss Cheese Plant, but I'm a bit more compact and my leaves always have their full edges, with true holes. I'm a great choice for hanging baskets, or with a little support from a stake or trellis, I'll climb. When you water me, drain water from the bottom of the pot and let the top of my soil dry before watering me again. To keep me shiny, dust my leaves with a damp cloth.

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Monstera Deliciosa
Monstera Deliciosa
Monstera deliciosa

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Originally from Central America, I'm also known as Philodendron or Cut Leaf Philodendron. Eye-catching (if I do say so myself) with a distinctive presence, I'm an Instagram favorite. My glossy, heart-shaped leaves start out solid, but as I grow, they split from the edge to the center giving me even more personality. With a little support from a stake, I can climb and grow quite large. When you water me, drain water from the bottom of the pot—the thought of root rot scares me. To keep me shiny, dust my leaves with a damp cloth.

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Muhly Grass
Muhly Grass
Muhlenbergia capillaris

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As an ornamental grass, I can make a statement! I'm native to the United states and commonly found across the south and southeast. I produce fluffy pink-to-purple flower stalks on large clumps of semi-evergreen grass blades. I'm not picky and will grow even in rocky soil. I like warm, dry climates and am tough and drought resistant. I don't like wet feet!


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Neanthe Bella Palm
Neanthe Bella Palm
Chamaedorea elegans

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I'm also known as a Parlor Palm, and like many of my cousins, am a great indoor air purifier. My stems remind people of bamboo, while my fronds are about 6 inches long. I like high humidity but not wet soil. Rotate me regularly so that I don't become lopsided. Dust my fronds occasionally to keep me looking bright.


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Oleander Standard
Oleander Standard
Nerium oleander

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With plenty of sun, I'm a prolific bloomer and easy to grow. Native to the Mediterranean, my flowers come in white, pink, coral, yellow, red, or purple. I love sun and heat. That's why you'll see me commonly planted along highways and in public plantings in California, Texas, and Florida.


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Panama Rose
Panama Rose
Rondeletia splendens

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I'll bloom with deep pink flowers almost year-round with the right environment. Butterflies love me, and I have a light scent that grows stronger in the evenings. You can grow me in a pot or hanging basket. I like hot, sunny spots outdoors, but when I'm indoors, lots of bright indirect light works well too. I like humidity, but not wet or soggy soil.


Peace Lily
Peace Lily
Spathiphyllum spp.

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I look good anywhere—table, floor, stool, in a corner. I'm also one of the best plants to remove indoor air pollution, so put me where people live the most. When I'm happy, I can bloom twice a year. Mist me frequently in the summer because I thrive on humidity. I also like rich potting soil with lots of organic material. Keep me moist and don't allow the soil to dry out. To keep me shiny, dust my leaves occasionally with a damp cloth.

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Peperomia Watermelon
Peperomia Watermelon
Peperomia argyreia

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I grow natively in the South American rainforests, with watermelon-patterned leaves, maroon stems, and a shimmery appearance when I catch the light. I'm easygoing. Warm, slightly humid conditions are a bonus, but I'm happy in any household.


Philodendron Selloum
Philodendron Selloum
Philodendron bipinnatifidum

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One look at my large, lobed leaves and people call me a horsehead or fiddle philodendron. Whatever you call me, I have showstopping presence. Put me in a hanging basket or give me a pole to climb, and I'll go from there. I love warmth and I appreciate misting or a pebble tray for humidity. Dust my leaves occasionally to keep me smiling.

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Philodendron Shangri La
Philodendron Shangri La
Philodendron bipinnatifidum 'Shangri La'

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I'm also called a split-leaf philodendron, and unlike my vining cousins, I maintain an elegant compact form. My deeply divided leaves are showstoppers. Place me in your office—or even on your desk. I like being involved. Since I'm a tropical native, I'm pretty easy-going. I like good light and enough water to keep my soil moist but not soggy. Dust my leaves occasionally to keep me smiling.

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Ponytail Palm/Stump
Ponytail Palm/Stump
Beaucarnea recurvata

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I'm a desert dweller from Mexico by nature. Even though many people call me a Ponytail Palm, I'm actually a succulent—related to agave plants—and not a palm. In the wild, I can grow up to 30 feet tall, but I mind my manners indoors. The more sun I get, the better I grow. Although I'm a desert plant, I do get thirsty. Soak me well and let the water drain from the bottom of my pot. Let the soil in the pot completely dry before the next watering.

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Pothos HB/Totem
Pothos HB/Totem
Epipremnum aureum

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Adventuresome and happy-go-lucky, I grow quickly and trail beautiful vines everywhere I go. Give me room to climb and I'll gladly drape over shelves or hanging baskets with waxy leaves between 4" and 8" long. If you're longing for an urban jungle vibe, I'm your guy. I'm not demanding. I prefer plenty of indirect light, but I can also thrive with low light. To keep me shiny, dust my leaves with a damp cloth.

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Red Fountain Grass
Red Fountain Grass
Pennisetum setaceum ‘Rubrum’

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You'll know me by my showy, green-to-purple red-to red grass plumes. I grow in a large clump and can be planted in the ground or in a large container where I make a beautiful show. Once I'm established, I'm drought tolerant. However, I'm not cold-hardy, so I need to be brought indoors when temperatures head towards freezing.


Ruelia
Ruelia
Ruellia makoyana

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Native to the Brazilian rainforest, I sport velvety oval leaves with silver veins and lavender or pink flowers. People also know me as a Trailing Velvet Plant, because my 2-ft long stems will droop, making me a great candidate for hanging baskets. Keep conditions warm, moist and humid and I'll reward you with a floral show. Mist me or keep me on a pebble tray indoors to ensure enough humidity. Dust my leaves regularly to keep me happiest.


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Sansevieria Jaboa
Sansevieria Jaboa
Sansevieria Jaboa

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My sword-shaped leaves have distinctive, irregular spots dappled across the surface of both sides. A native of tropical West Africa, I'm resilient, so you don't have to fuss over me. I'm great for narrow spaces or confined areas where you want a focal point. I can tolerate low light and need watering only once in a while. Let my soil dry out between waterings. Dusting my leaves occasionally makes me happy.

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Sansevieria Laurentii
Sansevieria Laurentii
Sansevieria laurentii

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My sword-shaped leaves are edged with bright yellow, which frames my distinctive, irregular spots. A native of tropical West Africa, I'm resilient, so you don't have to fuss over me. I'm great for narrow spaces or confined areas where you want a focal point. I can tolerate low light and need watering only once in a while. Let my soil dry out between waterings. Dust my leaves occasionally to keep my natural luster.

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Sansevieria Robusta
Sansevieria Robusta
Sansevieria robusta

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A native of tropical West Africa, my dark green sword-shaped leaves are peppered with irregular spots. I'm resilient, so you don't have to fuss over me. I'm great for narrow spaces or confined areas where you want a focal point. I can tolerate low light and need watering only once in a while. Let my soil dry out between waterings. Dust my leaves occasionally to keep my natural luster.


Sansevieria Zeylanica
Sansevieria Zeylanica
Sansevieria zeylanica

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My distinctive sword-shaped leaves flaunt creamy, wave-like stripes dappled across the surface. I'm tough, so you don't have to fuss over me. I'm great for narrow spaces or confined areas where you want a focal point. I can tolerate low light and need watering only once in a while. Let my soil dry out between waterings. Dusting my leaves occasionally makes me happy. With great care, I might even bloom in late winter or early spring.

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Schefflera Gold Capella/Standard
Schefflera Gold Capella/Standard
Schefflera arboricola

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Think of me as a Hawaiian shirt for a room—I'll light it up. My leaves are splashed and marbled with creamy yellow. I can be outdoors in warm weather and brought inside or happily live indoors. I'm fine with medium light and water. Soak me well and let the water drain from the bottom of my pot. Let the soil in the pot completely dry before the next watering. To keep me at my prettiest, give me a shower or dust my leaves with a damp cloth.

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Schefflera Green Arboricola/Standard
Schefflera Green Arboricola/Standard
Schefflera arboricola

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Bring a splash of green into any room with me. My graceful, treelike shape is why I’m also known as a dwarf umbrella plant. I can be outdoors in warm weather and brought inside or happily live indoors. I'm fine with medium light and water. Let the water drain from the bottom of my pot and let the soil in the pot dry before the next watering. To keep me at my prettiest, give me a shower or dust my leaves with a damp cloth.

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Schefflera Trinette
Schefflera Trinette
Schefflera arboricola 'trinette'

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Add me to your room and instantly liven up the party. My bright green leaves are lit up with patches of creamy yellow—so I stand out from all the other plain green-leaved plants. I grow quickly, and with the right light and water become a lush, full plant. I'm not demanding, and I'm fine with medium light and water. When you water me, soak me well and let the water drain from the bottom of my pot. To keep me at my prettiest, dust my leaves with a damp cloth.

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Shrimp Plant
Shrimp Plant
Justicia brandegeeana

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In my native Central America, I'm an evergreen shrub that lives in the partial shade of tropical forests. I get my name from my arching flower bracts, which are tipped with pink or rusty red. High humidity and well-drained soil makes me happy. You can keep me outdoors in warm weather as long as I am out of strong direct sunlight.


Syngonium
Syngonium
Syngonium

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My gorgeous green arrowhead-shaped leaves are a knockout. The best thing? I'm easy to grow and will look stunning almost anywhere in your home. I grow best in medium to bright indirect light. I also appreciate consistently moist (not wet) soil and misting for humidity. You can prune me back and keep me as a bushy plant or let me ramble as a vine.

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Syngonium White Butterfly
Syngonium White Butterfly
Syngonium white butterfly

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Originally from South America, I'm a type of "arrowhead" plant, named for the shape of my leaves. Creamy white and green, I'll grow quickly into an exuberant vine that thrives in a hanging basket or climbing up a support pole. I grow best in medium to bright indirect light. I also appreciate consistently moist (not wet) soil and misting for humidity. You can prune me back and keep me as a bushy plant or let me ramble as a vine.


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Thryallis Bush
Thryallis Bush
Galphimia gracilis

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Reliable and low maintenance—that's me. I'll deliver a happy splash of bright green with bright yellow flowers to a garden in year-round warm areas. Hummingbirds and butterflies love me. I do best in full sun and warm temperatures, but otherwise I'm not fussy.


Tibouchina Bush
Tibouchina Bush
Tibouchina

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I'm a native of Brazil, where I grow as an evergreen tropical shrub. As a container plant, I brighten up a patio with showy purple flowers and silvery velvet leaves that bloom throughout the season. I do best when protected from wind, so a spot in indirect light under protection of a tree canopy is great. Humidity makes me happy too.


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White Bird of Paradise
White Bird of Paradise
Strelitzia nicolai

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I'm a showstopper with elegant long arching leaves, perfect for making a statement. Many people confuse me with a banana plant. With the right conditions—and patience—my white bird-like blooms will reward you. I like consistently moist soil, humidity, and lots of light. Dust my leaves regularly to help me absorb all the light I can.


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Yucca Cane/1ppp/2ppp/3-2-1
Yucca Cane/1ppp/2ppp/3-2-1
Yucca guatemalensis

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I grow naturally in dry, sandy desert conditions and can handle extreme swings in temperature. My trunks are topped with long, sword-like green leaves that droop as they get older, making me look rather tree-like. With just a little care, I'm easy to grow, although I grow slowly. I do best in a sunny spot with low humidity. All I ask is for good drainage and dusting my leaves occasionally.

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Yucca Tip
Yucca Tip
Yucca elephantipes

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My sharp, pointed leaves arch slightly, giving me a bold, striking appearance. I can be a standalone specimen plant or be grouped with smaller plants of different heights. I'm fairly easy going. Overwatering is my biggest enemy.


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ZZ Plant
ZZ Plant
Zamioculcas zamiifolia

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People also call me the ZZ plant. I'm native to Eastern Africa and the island of Zanzibar. I have long wand-like stems with wide, waxy dark green leaves. My roots are actually rhizomes that can hold water for extended periods of time. I like high humidity, so daily misting is appreciated. I also like to have my soil flooded and allowed to drain once every few months to remove excess fertilizer or chemicals that might build up. Dust my leaves to keep me at my shiny best.