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  • King of the Bromeliads

    $50.00$75.00

     (Vriesea hieroglyphica)

    While some Bromeliads bloom for a few months and then die back, the King of the Bromeliads lives on and makes for a great house plant. It's zebra like stripes add interest and is for sure a conversation starter.

  • Green Snake Plant

    $45.00$70.00

    (Sansevieria Zeylanica)

    Also known as Mother In-law’s Tongue, the Snake Plant is a vertical growing plant that is perfect for tight corners. With its architectural overall shape, it adds a modernism feel to most spaces. It’s a drought tolerant plant that can be neglected for a few weeks at a time while one is away on vacation.

  • Varigated Snake Plant

    $45.00$70.00

    (Sansevieria Laurentii)

    Also known as Mother In-law’s Tongue, the Snake Plant is a vertical growing plant that is perfect for tight corners. With its architectural overall shape, it adds a modernism feel to most spaces. It’s a drought tolerant plant that can be neglected for a few weeks at a time while one is away on vacation.

  • Jade Plant

    $45.00$70.00

     (Crassula Ovuta)

    One of the easiest succulent plants to grow indoors, the Jade plant is believed to bring good luck. It’s also known as the Friendship plant and the Money Plant. Like most succulents, the Jade plant requires bright light and little water to thrive.

  • Lemon-Lime

    $45.00$70.00

    (Dracaena deremensis Lemon-Lime)

    When needing a little more color than just your typical dark green leafed plant, the Lemon-Lime is the perfect candidate. It’s an easy, low maintenance, low water plant that can survive in lower lighting to bright indirect sunlight. It does tend to loss its bright green when placed in lower light though.

  • Dragon Tree

    $45.00$70.00

    (Dracaena Marginata Tricolor)

    An easy to care for and drought tolerant plant; the Dragon Tree is an attractive plant with its “spike like” stiff leaves. The Dragon Tree is also one of the best indoor plants for purifying the air.

  • Money Tree

    $45.00$70.00

    (Pachira Aquatica)

    An in high demand tree and for good reason; the Money Tree is believed to bring good luck and prosperity. It also makes for an attractive indoor plant with its braided trunk and umbrella-like leaf structure.

  • Parlor Palm

    $45.00$70.00

    (Chamaedorea Neanthe Bella)

    Gaining popularity in the US during the Victorian era, the Parlor Palm is still one of the most popular indoor plants today. It’s slow growing habit and compact size makes it ideal for smaller spaces while working harder than most other house plants on purifying the air.

  • Peace Lily

    $45.00$70.00

    (Spatheiphyllum)

    When it comes to finding good indoor plants with flowers, it can be tough. Luckily, there’s the Peace Lily! When given a good amount of indirect sunlight, the Peace Lily will be in continuous bloom for the most part. Although we don’t always recommend it, this plant will even let you know when it’s really thirsty by drooping it leaves and flowers.

  • Ponytail Palm

    $45.00$70.00

    (Beaucarnea Recurvata)

    Also known as Elephant’s Foot, the Ponytail Palm has been gaining popularity for its unique look. With its swollen like trunk that reserves water, the Ponytail Palm is a drought tolerant plant that only needs to be watered about every two weeks or so. When placed in a bright space such as near a window, this plant is one of our easiest to care for. Just be careful touching those leaves which can cut hands easily and are not ideal to be around children.

  • Golden Pothos

    $45.00$70.00

    (Epipremnum aureum Golden)

    A very popular houseplant that is loved by many, the pothos can be found in homes and offices across America. It’s an easy to care for plant that grows as a vine. When the vines get too long, you can easily trim the vine back to the center of the plant to keep a bush look and put the cuttings in water to root and grow as a whole new plant.

  • Song of India

    $45.00$70.00

    (Dracaena Pleomele Reflexa)

    The Song of India hits the mark when looking for indoors plants that have colored foliage. It’s a slow growing plant that drinks little water but does need a good amount of indirect sunlight to flourish.