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We carry a wide variety of houseplants for decorating your home, from African Violets for a small table or a large Palm for that sun room. Tropical houseplants offer a relaxing natural atmosphere and help clean the air. Succulents and Air Plants are fun and easy to care for.
Split leaf Philodendron (Monstera deliciousa) thrive in higher humidity and lower light levels than most. The older leaves can grow to almost a yard in length. As the plants get bigger they also grow attractive aerial roots.
By most accounts, the easiest plant to grow. Also known as Snake plant and Mother-in-Law's Tongue, these Sanseveria are architectural and tough.
Ficus are popular houseplants and vary in leaf shape and habit. The Weeping Ficus (F. bejamina, pictured) has glossy, draping leaves.
Succulents and cacti like well-draining soil and bright light. They come in many hues and charming shapes.
Rubber Plant - Ficus robusta
The resilient Rubber Plant has thick, relatively stiff leaves that can be purple, green, or variegated.
Ficus lyrata has distinctively shaped leaves that can grow quite large. This slow growing plant needs consistent watering and bright light.
Palms add a distinctly tropical ambiance to an indoor setting. The upright Kentia Palm (Howea forsteriana) is one of the best house plants for the Seattle area as it is slow-growing and can handle less light.
Bird's Nest Fern
Tillandsia species are Air Plants that require no soil. These cute and quirky houseplants are fun to display in hanging globes or on a shelf. Just dunk in water once a week.
Ferns make lovely houseplants. Popular varieties include the Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata), Bird's Nest Fern (Asplenium nidus), and the delicate Maidenhair Fern (Adiantum).
Dracaenas include Corn plants and tend to have long pointed leaves and a tall growth habit. Many varieties can handle low light and require very little maintenance. Let dry between waterings. Avoid colder locations, especially when soil is wet. Varieties include 'Song of India' (pictured here) and Jenny Craig'
Pothos are often used as hanging plants. Leaves are green or variegated with yellow or white. You can train them to crawl across a ledge or mantle. Pothos are relatively easy to care for. Let dry between waterings.
The "ZZ Plant" will flourish in any home with proper care or near total neglect. They are happy in bright indirect light or low light, as in a windowless office. Let them go bone dry before watering and they will be perfectly happy.
Adorably prickly. Cacti need full sun and well-draining soil. Enjoy blooms on some varieties.
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