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There are currently 7 names in this directory beginning with the letter P.
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Panama Rose
Panama Rose
Rondeletia splendens

Get to Know Me
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.

Get to Know Me
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.

Philondedron Sellum:
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Ponytail Palm/Stump
Ponytail Palm/Stump
Beaucarnea recurvata

Get to Know Me
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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