FOLIAGE PLANTS

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Pilea Aluminum Plant
Striking variegated foliage with silver deep green leaves, medium light and easy to grow. This easy to care for houseplant thrives in bright, indirect light and works hard to remove the air of harmful pollutants like formaldehyde and benzene
Babys Tears
Baby Tears is an old-fashioned moss-like creeping plant with tiny, round, leaves. It prefers bright, indirect light. It grows about 4" tall and can spread as far as it has room to spread. Great houseplant!
Bromeliad
Bromeliad - Bromeliad plants provide an exotic touch to the home and bring a sense of the tropics and sun kissed climates. Growing a Bromeliad as a houseplant is easy and brings interesting texture and color to the interior garden. Water needs are easily achieved by filling the cup at the base of the leaves. Set the pot in a saucer of gravel filled partially with water to increase humidity and help provide a moist atmosphere. This plant care is low maintenance.
China Doll
China doll is a common houseplant with abundant glossy-green leaves. This low maintenance plant loves bright indirect sun.
Croton
Croton- Crotons are houseplants that normally have variegated leaves with shades of yellow, red, and green. They are a fairly easy plant to grow indoors. They like very brightly lit locations so they can keep their bright colors. They like temperatures of 60 degrees at night and around 70 degrees during the daytime. Moist soil at all times for them is a must, as well as a high humidity.
Dieffenbachia
Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane)-This plant is one of the more common houseplants and is very easy to grow. Dieffenbachia requires moist soil, so water frequently. You may also place a tray under the pot with water in it to help in keeping the plants soil moist at all times. This houseplant prefers to be within 5 to 8 feet of a window, but will survive lower light levels.
Dracaena
Dracena- There is a wide variety of plants available from this family and they are easy to maintain; tolerating low light, low humidity and infrequent watering. They are tolerant of low light but will do their best with bright, indirect light. Dracaenas do well with a weekly soaking. Do not allow them to stand with water in the saucer for more than an hour or two. They may need a little more water in the warmer months. Avoid allowing Dracaenas to dry out completely.

Helps Improve Air Quality
English Ivy
English Ivy - Alternate, dark green, waxy, somewhat leathery leaf forms. Some may have whitish veins. English ivy is excellent for removing harmful chemicals found in the home.
Heartleaf Philodendron
The Heartleaf Philodendron has dark green, shiny, heart-shaped leaves and looks great as a table or hanging plant. Very popular plant, they thrive on neglect and are almost impossible to kill. They also remove air-born toxins such as formaldehyde from the air.
Prayer Plant
Although prayer plant houseplant is somewhat tolerant of low light conditions, it does best in bright, indirect sunlight. The prayer plant prefers well-drained soil and requires high humidity to thrive. Prayer plant houseplants should be kept moist, but not soggy. Use warm water and feed prayer plant houseplants every two weeks, from spring through fall, with an all-purpose fertilizer.
Polka Dot Plant
This brightly colored, adorable plant looks great tucked in a planter with other foliage plants. Indirect bright light is best for this plant when growing indoors.
Anthurium
Anthurium plants can tolerate all levels of indirect light, but anthuriums growing in low light will have fewer flowers and will grow slower. These plants cannot tolerate direct light however, as this can burn the leaves. It grows best in bright, indirect light. Long lasting flowers.
African Violet
Small, compact African Violets have soft, furry, dark green leaves, and beautiful delicate flowers. They come in assorted colors and love bright in-direct light.
Pothos-Golden
Pothos-Another very popular and easy to grow plant that can be grown as a climber(on a totem) or trailer(in a pot or hanging basket). The key to growing these plants is in the watering. It is easy to over water in the winter which will result in yellowing leaves and rotten stems while the opposite is the case for spring and summer; its easy to underwater which will cause brown spots and brown edges. Three popular varieties of pothos: GOLDEN, MARBLE QUEEN & JADE.

Helps improve air quality!
Rubber Plant
Rubber plants like bright light, but never hot sun. They don't like drafts nor heat sources to be close to them. Moist soil during the spring and summer growing cycles is wise. The rest of the year, they love to be dry. Fertilize them in the spring and again in early summer.
Sansevieria (Snake Plant or Mother-in-Law's Tongue)- This is a tough little plant. It will grow in bright sunshine or shade, withstand dry air, and will rarely need repotting. It's erect sword-like leaves, cross-banded with distinct golden edges are popular sight everywhere.

Helps improve air quality!
Wandering Jew
Tradescantia (Wandering Jew)- The trailing varieties make for awesome hanging baskets and their colors are very vibrant. Bright light is crucial for these plants but direct sun will cause them to burn. Water liberally in spring and summer and sparingly in winter.
Weeping Fig
Ficus (Weeping Fig)- There are tree types of ficus and there are also low creepers like the creeping fig. Two of the most popular ficus we carry are the Benjamina (or Weeping fig) and the Decora (or Rubber plant). Watering is critical here and you must water with care where the tree types must be able to dry out to some extent between watering while the trailing types require more frequent watering.

Helps improve air quality!
Peace Lily
Spathiphyllum Plants (Peace Lily) - Dark green leaves that can grow to be more than a foot long. They are uniform and full. They produce hood-shaped white blooms, or spathes, which surround a creamy-white spadix. They can grow to be 1 1/2 to 4 feet tall, depending on the cultivar. Keep the soil moist. Provide good drainage and empty excess water from saucers and sleeves. Provide bright, indirect light and temperatures from 65 to 90 degrees.

Helps Improve Air Quality!
Staghorn Fern
Growing staghorn ferns is easy. If they get low to medium light and moderate moisture, they will thrive.
Spider Plant
The spider plant is named because of its spider-like plants, or spiderettes, which dangle down from the mother plant like spiders on a web. Available in green or variegated varieties, these spiderettes often start out as small white flowers. This easy to care for houseplant thrives in bright, indirect light and works hard to remove the air of harmful pollutants like formaldehyde and benzene.
Neanthe Bella Palm
Parlor Palms can grow in low light, but prefer medium indirect light. Parlor Palms are considered Clean Air Plants and remove harmful chemicals from the air.
Schefflera
Schefflera plants, are often called Umbrella trees because of their large, shiny, dark green leaves that drape down like the spokes of an umbrella. Schefflera plants usually have multiple trunks. Medium to bright indirect light.
Norfolk Island Pine
Norfolk Island Pines require very bright light, even some direct sun. You'll need to turn the plant weekly so all parts of the plant get good light.These plants are slow growers and only need larger containers every 2-3 years. Keep soil moist.
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Dracaena

Dracena- There is a wide variety of plants available from this family and they are easy to maintain; tolerating low light, low humidity and infrequent watering. They are tolerant of low light but will do their best with bright, indirect light. Dracaenas do well with a weekly soaking. Do not allow them to stand with water in the saucer for more than an hour or two. They may need a little more water in the warmer months. Avoid allowing Dracaenas to dry out completely. Helps Improve Air Quality