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Boldly edged sword-like leaves purify the air and handle benign neglect with ease. You'd have to work hard to harm this one!
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Love the fiddle-shaped leaves but don't want a 10-foot tall house plant? Try Little Sunshine for a mini version with bright green leaves.
Beautiful variegated leaves and upright profile make White Jewel Dracaena the perfect houseplant for filling those bare corners.
An unusual upright variety of philodendron (not a climber/trailer) that will mature into a broad specimen-sized house plant, 2 -4 feet tall.
This "mini-monstera" may be smaller than a true Monstera, but it can still achieve great heights with support, or trail magnificently!
Due to its mounding habit, this two-toned peperomia does well in hanging baskets, draping itself gracefully over the sides.
Although named 'Monstera' because of its tremendous climbing ability in the wild, it can be contained as an impressive house plant.
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An easy-to-grow house plant that can reach specimen size. Light pruning encourages new growth from the base.
These thimble shaped cacti are perfect in a sunny bright window. If you really love it but your house is dark, grow lights will work!
Unusual club-footed fronds with white stripes that run the length of the leaf make this an exceptional plant, indoors year-round and outdoors in the summer.
This alocasia's leaves almost look embossed, emerging a light green that deepen in color and take on a bluish tinge as they mature.
Not quite the same species as what we normally consider a Snake Plant, but has similar characteristics and is just as easy to grow.
Brighter color variations, slightly furry leaves, and compact growth distinguish this tradescantia from its rangier cousins.
Shorter, broader leaves with intense golden variegation and an overall vase-shape sets this snake plant apart from other varieties.
If there's such a thing as a cheerful looking plant, this one is it. Shiny green leaves edged with cream form a perky mound.
A tidy compact houseplant, well suited to terrariums and indoor planters. Does well in areas with higher humidity with adequate light.
Version 1.0 was all green, then 2.0 came out with a variegated leaf. Version 3.0 is back to all green but with the finest red edge for whole new look.
The bold white and deep green striations accentuate the narrow pointed leaves of this unique calathea.
Shiny heavily lobed leaves look delicate but aren't, as long as you give this beauty enough light, moderate temps, and regular water.
Looks like a pine but isn't. Long-lived but slow growing, possibly reaching 9 - 10 feet tall indoors. Prefers well-lit rooms and lower temps.
Give this tradescantia as much indirect light as possible for the best color and compact growth. A gorgeous indoor trailer!
Consider planting this variety of peperomia with several of its cousins. All the different colors and textures would be spectacular!
Palmate leaves on dramatic black stems, looks more like a maple leaf than a fern frond. Excellent on its own or paired with other houseplants.
This asparagus fern does well in outdoor containers in the summer but needs to come inside when the temperatures drop.