Browse The Library
Foliage Plants Indoors

Foliage Plants Indoors

Foliage plants bring the vitality of nature indoors! Choose among a wide assortment of colors, textures, and sizes to find the perfect plant for any décor. Scientific studies prove that plants improve indoor air by removing pollutants from the environment, and they help people feel…

Frosty Fern, Club Moss, Spike Moss Indoors

Frosty Fern, Club Moss, Spike Moss Indoors (Selaginella kraussiana variegatus)

A charming, low-growing moss that produces a dense cushion of lacy, trailing leaves. This plant is prized for its creamy white new growth that gives it a “frosted” appearance. The fine-textured appearance of Frosty Fern is perfect for pairing with big-leaved or boldly colored…

Gardenia Indoors

Gardenia Indoors (Gardenia jasminoides)

Dark green foliage and fragrant white blooms make this selection a highly desirable houseplant. Gardenia thrive with bright light and added humidity, such as found in a bathroom or achieved with misting. Watering should be reduced in winter. Pairs beautifully with plants of lighter…

Gasteria Indoors

Gasteria Indoors (Gasteria species)

Gasterias are a fun group of succulents native to South Africa. Their smooth, strappy leaves come with a variety of spots and speckles and textures, depending on the species. The thick, fleshy leaves create a fan of foliage giving the plant a sculptural quality. This is a slow-grower…

Geranium Indoors

Geranium Indoors (Pelargonium x hortorum)

The same beautiful geranium that is a popular garden plant also makes a splendid houseplant. Plants will bloom continuously if given a bright, sunny location. Bringing potted geraniums indoors for the winter is a great way to save time and money. They will be ready to go back…

Gerbera Daisy Indoors

Gerbera Daisy Indoors (Gerbera jamesonii)

Cheerful daisy-like blooms, in a wide range of colors, are perfect for perking up any room! Use one as a centerpiece or line up several on a sunny windowsill. Gerberas' attractive foliage earns them points when not in bloom and they mix pleasingly with plants having more lacy or…

Ginseng Ficus

Ginseng Ficus (Ficus microcarpa)

Ginseng Ficus gets its name from its thick trunk and roots that resemble the eastern herb, ginseng. This is a terrific plant for those new to the world of bonsai. It's easy to care for and the fascinating root structure has a wonderful sculptural appeal. Adds an intriguing decorator…


Gloxinia (Sinningia speciosa)

Gloxinia is a plant that just begs to be touched. The blooms and foliage have a velvety softness that is irresistible. The flowers are produced in a range of bright colors and make a cheerful accent to any décor. Blooms can last for a month or longer. Native to Brazil.

Gold Dust Dracaena

Gold Dust Dracaena (Dracaena godseffiana)

Houseplant lovers familiar with other Dracaena species will enjoy this twist on an old favorite. Instead of long striped foliage, Gold Dust Dracaena has smaller leaves and beautiful speckled foliage. Each leaf is dusted in shades of gold to creamy white. Just as easy to care for as…

Golden Pothos, Devil's Ivy

Golden Pothos, Devil's Ivy (Epipremnum aureum)

Truly one of the toughest, most popular and easy care houseplants! Golden Pothos sends out trailing stems of green leaves, variegated with white or gold. The variegation is more pronounced when they are grown in bright light, but they do adapt to lower light levels. Place where the…