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Gardenia Indoors

Gardenia Indoors (Gardenia jasminoides)

Dark green foliage and fragrant white blooms make this selection a highly desirable houseplant. Gardenia thrive with bright light and added humidity, such as found in a bathroom or achieved with misting. Watering should be reduced in winter. Pairs beautifully with plants of lighter…

Gerbera Daisy Indoors

Gerbera Daisy Indoors (Gerbera jamesonii)

Cheerful daisy-like blooms, in a wide range of colors, are perfect for perking up any room! Use one as a centerpiece or line up several on a sunny windowsill. Gerberas' attractive foliage earns them points when not in bloom and they mix pleasingly with plants having more lacy or…

Ginseng Ficus

Ginseng Ficus (Ficus microcarpa)

Ginseng Ficus gets its name from its thick trunk and roots that resemble the eastern herb, ginseng. This is a terrific plant for those new to the world of bonsai. It's easy to care for and the fascinating root structure has a wonderful sculptural appeal. Adds an intriguing decorator…

Gold Dust Dracaena

Gold Dust Dracaena (Dracaena godseffiana)

Houseplant lovers familiar with other Dracaena species will enjoy this twist on an old favorite. Instead of long striped foliage, Gold Dust Dracaena has smaller leaves and beautiful speckled foliage. Each leaf is dusted in shades of gold to creamy white. Just as easy to care for as…

Golden Pothos, Devil's Ivy

Golden Pothos, Devil's Ivy (Epipremnum aureum)

Truly one of the toughest, most popular and easy care houseplants! Golden Pothos sends out trailing stems of green leaves, variegated with white or gold. The variegation is more pronounced when they are grown in bright light, but they do adapt to lower light levels. Place where the…


Haworthia (Haworthia species)

A fascinating plant native to South Africa. The foliage forms a beautiful rosette of thick stiff leaves covering succulent, gel-like flesh. Available in an array of sizes, colors and leaf textures. Occasionally produces small clusters of tiny bell-shaped blooms on long stems that…

Heart-Leaf Philodendron

Heart-Leaf Philodendron 'Brasil' (Philodendron hederaceum)

‘Brasil’ offers a colorful twist on a plant that has been a houseplant favorite for generations. That’s because heart-Leaf Philodendrons are some of the easiest tropical plants to grow indoors. They tolerate all kinds of neglect including low light, poor soil and inconsistent…

Heart Leaf Philodendron Totem

Heart Leaf Philodendron Totem (Philodendron cordatum)

Glossy, heart-shaped leaves on vining stems make this tough houseplant truly beautiful as well. Tolerant of light levels from low to high, it can be grown in most any indoor location with great success. Moist soil and a bit of feed every two months will keep the foliage lush and…

Heather Indoors

Heather Indoors (Erica species)

Spikes of tiny lavender blooms bring a relaxing garden feeling to the indoors. Erica can be grown in containers outdoors or planted in the garden also, to enjoy seasons of bloom for years to come.

Hibiscus Indoors

Hibiscus Indoors (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis)

Big, bold blooms and lush, glossy foliage make Hibiscus a tropical knock-out in the patio and houseplant category. Wonderful used as an entry way focal point or brightening a sunny corner. Exotic flowers in an array of bright colors create a relaxed tropical feeling in any room.