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Thanksgiving Cactus

Thanksgiving Cactus (Schlumbergera truncata)

Thanksgiving cactus get their common name because they bloom in November. Plants are often confused with another popular holiday succulent, the Christmas cactus, that blooms in December. These two species are related, but their foliage and flowering times are different, and neither…

Traveller's Palm Indoors

Traveller's Palm Indoors (Ravenala madagascariensis)

Traveller’s Palm is not a true palm, in fact it’s fanned branching structure and foliage are distinctively different from the typical palm. The common name comes from the plant’s unique, somewhat two-dimensional fan of foliage that tends to align in an east-west direction when…

Triangle Palm

Triangle Palm (Dypsis decaryi)

This is known as the “Triangle Palm” because the fronds grow from three distinct sides surrounding the trunk forming a triangular trunk. It originates in Madagascar but has become increasingly popular throughout the world. Perfect for bringing a feel of trees and tropics to any…

True Cinnamon Indoors

True Cinnamon Indoors (Cinnamomum verum)

Cinnamon trees are native to Sri Lanka but, as a result of the demand for cinnamon as a seasoning, trees are now cultivated commercially throughout parts of Asia. Cinnamon’s use as a flavoring for cooking has been known for thousands of years and references can be found in the most…

Tulip Indoors

Tulip Indoors (Tulipa Hybrid)

Break up the dreary days of winter, or simply add a cheerful touch to a room anytime, with the spring-like feel of potted tulips. Growing tulips indoors adds color and freshness to any décor. The long-lasting blooms will hold up best if kept away from heat sources and dry air. When…

Umbrella Plant, Octopus Tree

Umbrella Plant, Octopus Tree (Schefflera actinophylla)

A shrubby or tree-like houseplant often called Umbrella Tree for the way the leaves are clustered in umbrella-like arrangement. Schefflera may initially drop leaves as they adjust to a new setting, but really are vigorous and easy care plants. They may be pruned to control height or…

Variegated Ivy Indoors

Variegated Ivy Indoors Variegata (Hedera helix)

A trailing houseplant popular for its beauty, toughness and adaptability. Variegated forms are available in green blended with white or gold, perfect for brightening corners and shelves. Easily trimmed to contain size and can be trained to grow on an upright support.

Variegated Rubber Plant

Variegated Rubber Plant 'Variegata' (Ficus elastica)

Variegated Rubber Plant has red midribs and bright, creamy yellow margins on each leaf. Perfect for bringing color and life to entry areas, empty corners and mixed plant groupings! Rubber Plants are a popular houseplant choice due to their ease of care, attractive foliage and…

Venus Fly Trap

Venus Fly Trap (Dionaea muscipula)

One of the most familiar carnivorous plants. This plant traps its prey, mainly insects and spiders, between a double-lobed structure at the end of the leaves. Fine hairs trigger the plant to close its “trap” and snare its prey. Nutrients from the insect are absorbed over a period…

Weeping Fig

Weeping Fig (Ficus benjamina)

The tree like form of the benjamina species makes it a perfect choice for bringing a bit of forest into the house! A crown of glossy, deep green foliage and a smooth, tan trunk make it striking enough to be displayed on its own, but also well-suited to mixing with other houseplants.…