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Cineraria Indoors

Cineraria Indoors (Pericallis x cruentus)

Excellent as a houseplant when provided medium light levels. Cineraria's daisy-like blooms come in a rainbow of brilliant colors to brighten any summer annual planting. In its warmer native zones Cineraria blooms from winter to spring.

Citrosa Geranium Indoors

Citrosa Geranium Indoors (Pelargonium citrosum)

The foliage of Citrosa Geranium has a refreshing lemon-scent that is very similar to the scent of the Citronella plant. This plant’s beautiful, delicately cut foliage disguises its rugged character. Citrosa is very easy to care for, and can tolerate some neglect. A perfect plant…

Club Moss, Spike Moss Indoors

Club Moss, Spike Moss Indoors (Selaginella species)

A charming, low-growing moss native to sub-Saharan Africa. Produces a dense mass of tiny scaled foliage. Varieties are available in a range of color blends from green to gold. Some produce creamy white new growth that gives the plant a “frosted” appearance. Easy to care for and…


Codonanthe (Codonanthe species)

A lovely group of creeping or climbing epiphytes that produce a cascade of tidy, thick foliage. Under ideal conditions white flowers appear throughout the year and may be followed by orange berries.

This plant has a special relationship with ants and it is often found growing on…

Compact Dieffenbachia

Compact Dieffenbachia (Dieffenbachia compacta)

A dense, compact variety of Dumb Cane. The beautiful green foliage flecked with white makes a great specimen on its own, or it can be grouped with other colorful plants such as Crotons and Dracaenas to create a vibrant year-round display. Dumb Canes rank high on a list of plants…

Coral Cactus

Coral Cactus (Euphorbia lactea cristata)

Whorls of fleshy, wavy leaves much like underwater coral, make this cactus an eye-catching houseplant. Arrange it with containers of other low care Cacti, in various shapes, for a fun and stress-free display. Avoid contact with sap from this cacti as it is dangerous to the eyes, skin…

Cordyline, Spikes Indoors

Cordyline, Spikes Indoors (Cordyline species)

This New Zealand native grows to be a palm-like tree in its native habitat. Varieties commonly available offer striped foliage in mixes of reds, greens, and white. Can be grown as a garden perennial in frost-free climates.

Creeping Fig

Creeping Fig (Ficus repens)

A charming member of the Ficus group with small, slightly heart-shaped leaves. Creeping Ficus is usually grown as a houseplant, but it can also be grown outdoors in frost-free climates. Selecting a location outdoors should be done carefully. Creeping Ficus will attach itself very…

Crocus Indoors

Crocus Indoors (Crocus hybrid)

Crocus are easy to grow indoors and are especially refresing in late winter when the anxiousness for spring sets in. A charming centerpiece for a dining or coffee table. Perfect for a sunny window sill or on the patio when spring officially arrives.

Crossandra, Firecracker Plant Indoors

Crossandra, Firecracker Plant Indoors (Crossandra infundibuliformis)

Lush glossy foliage and bunches of vibrant orange flowers are guaranteed to brighten any room. This easy-care plant is native to Sri Lanka and India. It is often used as a bedding plant in tropical climates. The color and interesting flower form adds an exotic touch to any décor.