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Schefflera, Arboricola, Hawaiian Umbrella Tree

Schefflera, Arboricola, Hawaiian Umbrella Tree 'Gold Capella' (Schefflera arboricola)

This selection has a nice pop of yellow color on its dark green leaves. Perfect for brightening a room solo or enlivening a mix of green-leaved plants. Schefflera may initially drop leaves as they adjust to a new setting, but really are vigorous and easy-care plants. They may be…

Sedum, Stonecrop Indoors

Sedum, Stonecrop Indoors (Sedum species)

Sedums are some of the easiest plants to grow indoors. Put them near a warm, bright window, check for water once a week, and they should be perfectly content. Plants growing in optimum conditions can eventually bloom. An excellent choice for anyone new to houseplants, or who wants…

Senecio Indoors

Senecio Indoors (Senecio species)

Most of the popular succulent species of Senecio are native to South Africa. There is such a wide range of foliage types it’s hard to believe these plants could all be related! Leaves may be long and needle-like, round like pearls, thick and plump like peapods, and everything in…

Shamrock Indoors

Shamrock Indoors (Oxalis regnelii)

A charming and cheerful plant with its familiar tri-lobed foliage and dainty white flowers that appear sporadically throughout the year. This is a great gift plant because of its association with “good luck”. In fact it is often called “Lucky Shamrock”.

Shooting Star Indoors

Shooting Star Indoors (Dodecatheon meadia)

This plant’s common name says it all, the flowers look like shooting stars held on tall stems above the foliage. Very unique-looking and makes a fun conversation-piece. Plant in the shade or woodland garden to enjoy seasons of bloom for years to come. Shooting Star goes dormant in…

Shrimp Plant Indoors

Shrimp Plant Indoors (Justicia brandegeana)

The name “Shrimp Plant” comes from layers of colorful, salmon-pink bracts that surround the tiny flowers. The bracts and blooms combined resemble the shape of shrimp. Adds an exotic touch to any décor. Fun and easy to grow in a sunny location.

Siam Tulip Indoors

Siam Tulip Indoors (Curcuma alismatifolia)

Siam Tulip is not a true tulip; it is actually a relative to tropical species such as ginger and shell flowers and is a native plant in Thailand. This is a gorgeous plant for indoors or grown as an annual plant for the garden or in containers. The blooms are long-lasting and make…

Small Leaf Virginia Creeper

Small Leaf Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus stricta)

A charming miniature version of the Virginia Creeper plant. Produces a cascade of compound leaves, each with five leaflets. This is a vining plant that can be trained to a fiber totem or small trellis. An easy, low-maintenance selection!

Somona, Crown of Thorns

Somona, Crown of Thorns (Euphorbia x lomi)

Incredibly easy to care for, Somona is a succulent plant that can take some neglect and still look beautiful. Produces small clusters of bright flower s and bracts nearly year-round. Exceptionally heat and drought tolerant, Somona can handle full summer sun. Perfect in a container on…

Song of India, Dragon Tree

Song of India, Dragon Tree (Dracaena reflexa variegata)

A very decorative plant perfect for growing in containers as an indoor accent or outdoor patio plant. Great for filling space and making rooms with minimal furniture look complete. Scientific studies prove that Dracaena plants are among the best for absorbing a variety of air…