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Goldfish Plant, Dancing Dolphins Indoors

Goldfish Plant, Dancing Dolphins Indoors (Columnea species)

Easy to grow, epiphytic plants produce a cascade of foliage splashed with bright orange, tubular flowers that resemble gold fish! Epiphytes are plants that attach to trees, rocks, or other structures instead of growing in the ground. Looks great in hanging baskets or mounted to a…

Goldfish Plant

Goldfish Plant (Nematanthus nervosus)

A fun and easy to grow plant that is sure to be a conversation starter. The bright orange flowers have a fused-petal form that results in the look of puffy little goldfish. The ideal location for this plant is somewhere the foliage can be allowed to cascade, such as in a hanging…


Haworthia (Haworthia species)

A fascinating plant native to South Africa. The foliage forms a beautiful rosette of thick stiff leaves covering succulent, gel-like flesh. Available in an array of sizes, colors and leaf textures. Occasionally produces small clusters of tiny bell-shaped blooms on long stems that…

Heart-Leaf Philodendron

Heart-Leaf Philodendron 'Brasil' (Philodendron hederaceum)

‘Brasil’ offers a colorful twist on a plant that has been a houseplant favorite for generations. That’s because heart-Leaf Philodendrons are some of the easiest tropical plants to grow indoors. They tolerate all kinds of neglect including low light, poor soil and inconsistent…

Heart Leaf Philodendron Totem

Heart Leaf Philodendron Totem (Philodendron cordatum)

Glossy, heart-shaped leaves on vining stems make this tough houseplant truly beautiful as well. Tolerant of light levels from low to high, it can be grown in most any indoor location with great success. Moist soil and a bit of feed every two months will keep the foliage lush and…

Heather Indoors

Heather Indoors (Erica species)

Spikes of tiny lavender blooms bring a relaxing garden feeling to the indoors. Erica can be grown in containers outdoors or planted in the garden also, to enjoy seasons of bloom for years to come.

Hibiscus Indoors

Hibiscus Indoors (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis)

Big, bold blooms and lush, glossy foliage make Hibiscus a tropical knock-out in the patio and houseplant category. Wonderful used as an entry way focal point or brightening a sunny corner. Exotic flowers in an array of bright colors create a relaxed tropical feeling in any room.

Hooker's Orchid Cactus

Hooker's Orchid Cactus (Epiphyllum hookeri)

This epiphytic cactus is fun and easy to grow. The plant produces a loose mass of long, flat, strappy foliage that results in a lovely sculptural effect. Mature plants produce big, fragrant white flowers in summer, however, because this is a night blooming cactus, the flowers open…



Houseplants 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…

Hoya, Wax Plant

Hoya, Wax Plant (Hoya carnosa)

Hoya carnosa is a climbing species often called wax plant for the waxy look and feel of its leaves. It brings both color and fragrance to the home with clusters of dainty blooms over a long period. The blooms are most fragrant in the evening. Some varieties have variegated leaves for…