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Fan Palm
Fan Palm
Livistona chinensis

Get to Know Me
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

Get to Know Me
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

Get to Know Me
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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