Philodendron Imperial Red

The Philodendron Imperial Red is a hybrid. It, along with other philodendrons like congo, rojo congo, and prince of orange, were bred to be houseplants. They’re tropical plants native to the rainforests of Central & South America and the Caribbean. It stays short but grows wide, adding body to gaps in the living space. It … Continue reading Philodendron Imperial Red

Croton Plant

Crotons have some of the boldest and brightest foliage around. With vivid yellow, orange, red, and pink leaves, these exotic plants have a reputation for being high-maintenance. But they’re actually pretty easy to care for! Native to Southeast Asia and Australia, they can grow quickly in good conditions (lots of light and damp soil). Without … Continue reading Croton Plant

How to Grow a Mini Citrus Tree Indoors

With sweet-smelling flowers, glossy foliage and tart, tasty fruit, an indoor lemon tree rewards your attention year-round. Regardless of your climate, you can grow a container lemon tree indoors and enjoy your own homegrown lemons. Growing indoor lemons isn't hard as long as you choose the right tree and meet its special needs. While growing … Continue reading How to Grow a Mini Citrus Tree Indoors

Aphelandra Squarrosa aka Zebra Plant

The Aphelandra Squarrosa, AKA "zebra plant” is a large Brazilian rain forest plant, which can grow into large, upright shrubs that bloom profusely in the moist, tropical heat. This zebra houseplant is known for its large, dark green leaves deeply veined in white or yellow, hence the zebra name. Their brightly colored flowers and bracts … Continue reading Aphelandra Squarrosa aka Zebra Plant

Aglaonema “Lady Valentine”

Aglaonema are tropical plants with striking, multicolored leaves and are often used in interior plant design. There are over 150 hybrid varieties of different shapes, shades and colors. The "Lady Valentine" is a stand out with bright, hot pink & green leaves that are freakin' gorgeous! Individual plants' leaves can range from dark pink to … Continue reading Aglaonema “Lady Valentine”