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There are currently 8 names in this directory beginning with the letter M.
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Macho Fern
Macho Fern
Nephrolepis biserrata

Get to Know Me
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

Get to Know Me
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

Get to Know Me
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!