Ficus lyrata is a species of fig tree, native to western Africa. It grows in lowland tropical rainforest.
Aglaonema Black Lance has been around for quite awhile. It is used quite often in the interior landscape industry. I have found it to be an average performer.
The Barrel Cactus is a member of the Cactaceae, or cactus family. Barrel cacti grow into a squat tubular shape, giving it the appearance of a very spiky ribbed barrel.
Spathiphyllum ‘Figaro‘. This variety falls in between the “mauna loa” and the “
The Schefflera arboricola can adapt to a wide variety of light levels but prefers higher light if possible especially the variegated varieties – ‘Gold Capella’
One of the most awe-striking palms in the world is known as the Triangle Palm. The Triangle Palm is a palm that will make you look twice. The Triangle Palm can make any area or landscape become a centerpiece of attention.
Rhapis, known as Lady Palms, can be found in homes and gardens throughout the world. The widespread popularity of these multi-cane fan palms can be attributed to their adaptability to a wide range of soils, climates, and environments.
The Chinese fan palm, also called the fountain palm, is a landscape and garden favorite due to its versatility and ease to grow.
Chamaedorea palms are a large genus of Central and South American palms that include some of the most commonly grown and attractive species in the whole world.
Midnight Beauty is a stunning Ficus cultivar with its stunning dark leaves and dense growth has been sculptured to form a ‘standard’ plant.
The Lemon Lime Madagascar Dragon Tree is a wonderful hybrid form of D. deremensis. Its attractive foliage is variegated, with a lime green central stripe bordered by a very small white stripe with lemon yellow edges.
Dracaena Janet Craig is an interior workhorse, popular for decades, used frequently as a floor plant in interior situations or mass planted in beds. Survive low light levels, grows best in filtered light.
Dracaena ‘Dorado’ is a newer cultivar of the Dracaena deremensis species and is a member of the Dragon series dracaenas.
Dieffenbachia ‘Panther’ features leaves that are dark green with wide silver streaks etched down them mid-rib. In addition, random flecks of lighter green decorate the leaf blade.
A native of arid South Africa, this striking succulent is an ideal specimen plant for containers. Multiple fire-red stems, resembling small pencils or sticks, grow from the base of the plant.