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Dracaena, Spikes

Dracaena, Spikes (Dracaena species)

Popular as `Spikes' in mixed annual plantings, Dracaena also make a satisfying, easy care houseplant. Depending on variety, the growth habit may resemble cornstalks, a large rosette of spikes, or a tufted tree. All forms have narrow, often striped foliage and mix well with…

Dracaena Spikes Indoors

Dracaena Spikes Indoors (Dracaena indivisa)

Most commonly utilized as an annual for adding vertical interest to mixed plantings, or as an attractive houseplant. Varieties commonly available offer striped foliage in mixes of reds, greens, and white. Also known as Cordyline indivisa.


Dracaena 'Warneckii' (Dracaena deremensis)

The crisp striping and upright habit of this plant bring a touch of nature's fresh liveliness indoors. White striped ' Warneckii' can thrive in lower light than other Dracaena and looks great arranged with houseplants having finer texture or broad green foliage.

Dragon Tree

Dragon Tree 'Anita' (Dracaena reflexa)

‘Anita’ is an elegant form of Dracaena with narrow, gracefully arching leaf-blades and a narrow, tree-like form. 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…

Dumb Cane

Dumb Cane 'Camille' (Dieffenbachia maculata)

An elegant variation on the popular Dumb Cane. The green and glowing white foliage of ‘Camille’ blends seamlessly with any color décor. Brings a relaxing, natural feel to any room and can also be used outdoors in warm weather. Dumb Canes rank high on a list of plants studied by…

Dumb Cane

Dumb Cane (Dieffenbachia species)

A humidity loving selection well-suited to bathrooms, but adaptable to less humid rooms. Depending on variety, the broad leaves are splashed or striped with white to yellow variegation and sure to brighten any space.

Dwarf Chenille Plant, Firetail Indoors

Dwarf Chenille Plant, Firetail Indoors (Acalypha pendula)

A charming plant that just begs to be touched! The flowers look more like big pink fuzzy caterpillars than blooms. It’s an irresistible combination of fun and the exotic all wrapped into one.

Dwarf Date Palm, Feather Palm, Pygmy Palm Indoors

Dwarf Date Palm, Feather Palm, Pygmy Palm Indoors (Phoenix roebelenii)

The feathery fronds and textured bark of a real palm in a more compact plant. Perfect for filling empty corners, accenting entryways or bringing height to mixed houseplant arrangements. A place outdoors in the summer, away from air conditioning, is highly recommended.

Dwarf Tree Fern

Dwarf Tree Fern Silver Lady® (Blechnum gibbum)

The bright green fronds of Silver Lady® are beautifully symetrical with a palm-tree like appearance to them. Good air circulation and reduced watering in winter will help this fern thrive. Excellent as a centerpiece or fronting an arrangement of taller houseplants.

Easter Cactus, Spring Cactus

Easter Cactus, Spring Cactus (Rhipsalidopsis species)

Celebrate Spring with beautiful flowers and enjoy as an attractive foliage plant when the blooms finish. Cacti are always an easy care choice that can provide years of enjoyment in the home. Also well-suited to spending warmer months on a sunny patio or deck.