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Ornamental Pepper Indoor

Ornamental Pepper Indoor (Capsicum annuum)

Ornamental peppers are generally grown as decorative elements for their dainty, colorful fruits on compact plants. While they are edible, be cautious; nursery grown selections may have been treated with pesticides commonly used on ornamental plants. Enjoy plants indoors for their…

Oyster Plant, Moses-In-The-Cradle Indoors

Oyster Plant, Moses-In-The-Cradle Indoors (Tradescantia spathacea)

A beautiful rosette of spiky foliage that adds great texture and color to any room. Produces small white flowers at the base of the leaves that are protected by two cup-like bracts. The bracts and blooms resemble oyster shells with little pearls inside! An easy to grow,…

Paddle Plant, Flapjack Plant Indoors

Paddle Plant, Flapjack Plant Indoors (Kalanchoe thyrsiflora)

The Paddle Plant gets its name from it’s fleshy round foliage that looks like a paddle, or as its other common name suggests, a “flapjack” or pancake. The thick succulent foliage adds an interesting accent to any location and the entire plant adds a warm glow of color with its…

Palms Indoors

Palms Indoors

Palms bring height, texture, airiness and tropical appeal with their fine leaved fronds. They work well with most any style of décor and are fairly low maintenance. Group several of differing heights and types together for a truly lush display or arrange them with broader leaved…

Paperwhites  Indoors

Paperwhites Indoors (Narcissus papyraceus)

Paperwhites are a cheerful reminder of warm sunny days. The intensely scented blooms fill a room with intoxicating fragrance and the refreshing feeling of springtime. When flowering is finished the bulbs can be planted outdoors in the garden to enjoy more blooms for years to come.

Parodia Cactus Indoors

Parodia Cactus Indoors (Parodia species)

This durable group of cacti are popular with everyone from beginners to cacti collectors. They’re so easy to grow and they bloom readily when given the right conditions. Parodia are native to grassy highland regions of South America. The typical growth habit for several species is…

Passion Flower Indoor

Passion Flower Indoor (Passiflora caerulea)

The intricate and exotic blooms of the Passion Flower are fascinating as well as beautiful. The fragrant flowers are followed by lovely egg-shaped, orange fruit. The plant climbs by attaching tendrils and spreads rapidly when established.

Peace Lily

Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum hybrid)

Peace Lilies are highly valued as houseplants for their ease of care. The leaves will begin to droop very obviously when the plant is thirsty, then quickly perk back up once it is watered. The smooth glossy leaves compliment any décor and they group well with other houseplants.…

Peacock Plant

Peacock Plant (Calathea makoyana)

This plant’s common name reflects its bold leaf markings that resemble the feathers of a peacock’s tail. Adds a stunning decorator touch indoors in a bright location or outside during warm weather on a shaded patio, porch or deck.


Pellonia (Pellionia pulchra)

A beautiful trailing plant native to regions of South East Asia. Produces a low, flat mass of satiny-textured foliage. The silver and green marbled leaves give the overall plant a soft glow. Occasionally prune back any leggy, older foliage to keep plant lush with new growth.