Aglaonemas are commonly known as “Chinese Evergreens” due to their cultivation in China for centuries prior to being introduced to Europe and the Americas. They are one of the most recognizable and widely used indoor plants. Their most appealing features are their longevity and lush, attractive foliage. They are very good for low light interior applications. Grown in 6", 8", 10" 14" containers. Tip: Aglaonemas are truly a tropical plant and cannot tolerate cold weather.
Mary Ann | Jubilee | Silver Bay
Also called the “Cast Iron Plant” because of its durability, Aspidistra is tried and true and has been around for years. It is a durable, cold hardy plant that can be grown in low light conditions and is considered the toughest plant there is. Grown in 8", 10" and 14" containers. Tip: If you are looking for a high-traffic office plant that can withstand neglect and tolerate low-light, Aspidistra is the perfect specimen.
Dracaenas are very popular indoor plants noted for their versatility and tolerance for low light. They make for a great focal point and can be used to create both uniformity and staggered looks. They are also touted for their compact footprint without sacrificing height. Grown in 10" (3PPP) and 14" (4PPP) containers.
Art (Carmen) | Gold Star (Lemon Lime) | Janet Craig | Limelight
Dipldenias and Mandevillas
Dipladenias and Mandevillas can be grown as a bush, a vine or in a hanging basket. In warmer tropical regions, they can live outdoors all year round, but in colder regions they have to be brought indoors during winter. They come in many different varieties that bloom prolific, showy flowers from spring to fall. Grown in an assortment of Hoops, Trellises, Tepees and Hanging Baskets. Tip: If you are looking for a gift that is sure to please, you can’t go wrong with a Dipladenia or Mandevilla.
Alice DuPont | White Brides Cascade | Sun Parasol Red Emperor & Giant Dark Pink
Sun Parasol Original Crimson & Pink | Bella, Mandinia & Sundenia, assorted colors
Ficus Lyrata, more commonly called Fiddle Leaf Fig, are known for their wide, oval-shaped leathery leaves. With a small footprint yet voluminous canopy, they make for stunning statement pieces. Ficus Lyratas maintain a neat, well-groomed appearance and thrive indoors but prefer high, indirect / filtered sunlight. Grown in 10", 14" and 17" containers as single columns, bushes and standards. Tip: With its unique shape and strategic placement, they can be considered living pieces of art.
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Sometimes called "Butterfly Palms", Areca Palms are easily recognized by their feathery, fine fronds. They are an industry staple for their versatile applications as accents, backdrops and privacy walls. Their distinct tropical look adds texture and warmth to any space. Grown in 10" and 14" containers. Tip: Our Areca Palms are grown under shade for interior and/or lower-light applications. However, they can be transitioned to full-sun / outdoor applications if done gradually.
The Schefflera Amate was named after its developer Archie Amate, a California horticulturalist. Sometimes referred to as the Umbrella Plant for its splayed canopy of leaves resembling the spokes of an umbrella, the Schefflera Amate has a naturally lush, glossy look. They are generally easy to care for and have a relatively high tolerance to insects. Grown in 10" (3PPP) and 14" (4PPP) containers. Tip: Native to the rain forests of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, these plants prefer more humid conditions.
Spathiphyllum, or Peace Lily, is one of the most recognizable plants due to its distinct white sail-like bloom. As one of the most hybridized plants, there are many cultivars to chose from all with varying dimensions, leaf sizes and growth habits. According to a study conducted by NASA, they are one of the most effective houseplants at cleaning air pollution by neutralizing toxic gases such as benzene, formaldehyde and carbon monoxide. Grown in 8" and 10" containers. Tip: Plants will droop when in need of water. However, be careful not to over water, as they are susceptible to root rot.
Knockout | Maracay | Sweet Pablo
White Bird of Paradise
With its towering fan-shaped leaves, the White Bird of Paradise is a stunning plant with exotic flair. White Bird of Paradise are commonly used to create a lush, tropical feel as accents, dramatic showpieces or in arrangements. When mature, this plant produces a spectacular white crane-shaped bloom with blue and purple highlights. They do well in medium light but can be transitioned to full light if done gradually. Grown in 10", 14" and 17 containers, all 4 plants per pot. Tip: White Bird of Paradise take several years to mature and will rarely ever bloom indoors.
ZZs have long stems with waxy, glossy leaves arranged in a herringbone pattern. Noted for their trendy, stylized look, they do well indoors given their low-light tolerance insect-resistance. These plants have underground bulb-like reservoirs, so they can withstand drought. Grown in 6", 8" and 10" containers. Tip: When pruning be careful with the plant's sap-like substance, as it can irritate the skin and eyes.