Houseplants

Ficus lyrata “Little Fiddle”

Smaller leaves, but grows just as tall and broad as the species. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, low to moderate water.

Ficus lyrata “Suncoast”

Ovate leaves, wider at the ends. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, low to moderate water.

Ficus triangularis “Variegata”

Stunning individually variegated triangular leaves. Can be grown indoor as a tropical houseplant, can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, low to moderate water, some humidity.

Ficus umbellata

Caudiciform tree, will slowly develop a 2ft swollen base and makes a beautiful houseplant bonsai specimen. Drought deciduous. Large, glossy heart-shaped green leaves.

Fittonia argyroneura

Comes in a White, Red and Pink. Tropical plant can handle a variety of indoor lower light conditions, indirect is best. Regular water. Some humidity preferred.

Homalomena rubescens

Large arrow-shaped leaves, red stems. Likes warm and humid. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate water, some humidity.

Howea forsteriana

Palm Tree

Tall, thin trunk with bright green, slightly drooping feather-shaped leaves. Slow-growing. A great indoor palm to make a statement.

Humata tyermannii

Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water.

Impatiens “Congo Cockatoo”

Impatiens niamniamensis
Tropical Houseplant

Tall vertical stems with broad green leaves, stunning long-lasting displays of unusual red and yellow flowers. Can be grown outside in Bay Area, but best as a tropical houseplant.

Impatiens “Hare’s Hybrid”

Impatiens niamniamensis
Tropical Houseplant

Tall vertical stems with broad green leaves, stunning long-lasting displays of unusual red and yellow flowers. Can be grown outside in Bay Area, but best as a tropical houseplant.

Ludisia discolor

Haemaria discolor

Terrestrial orchid, small white flowers, dark striped leaves. Shade-tolerant

Macodes petola

Terrestrial orchid with small white flowers, sparkling variegated leaves, shade-tolerant

Maranta leuconeura

Typically found in red or green varieties. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water. Occasionally mist the leaves.

Medinilla cummingii

Large leaves, sprawling form. Pendant pink flowers. Forms Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor lower light conditions, indirect is best. Keep moist. Some humidity preferred.

Mimosa pudica

Tropical herb to 5ft.; lightly spiny stems, leaves close to touch. Keep moist, grows well as a houseplant.

Monolena primuliflora

Large-leafed rare tropical epiphyte. Grown as a Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate water, high humidity. Occasionally mist the leaves. Will form a caudex, very slow growing. Red begonia-like flowers.

Monstera “Peru”

Monstera karstenianum

Vining to 8ft with glossy green leaves. Slow growing, can handle low watering. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil.

Monstera siltepecana

Vining plant with silvery leaves, will develop holes as the plant matures. Can be grown outside with some protection.

Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, very bright light is best, some direct light is OK. Fast draining soil, moderate water, some humidity.

Nephrolepsis “Duffii”

Dwarf variety with small fishbone fronds. Tropical Fern can handle a variety of indoor lower light conditions, indirect is best. Moderate water but prefers not to sit in water. Some humidity preferred.

Oxalis triangularis “Ebony”

Small bulb with stunning dark nearly black triangular leaves and lots of small white to pink flowers. Flowers in summer, winter dormant. Great as a houseplant.

Oxalis triangularis “Myke”

Small bulb with stunning purple triangular leaves and lots of small white to pink flowers. Flowers in summer, winter dormant. Great as a houseplant.

Peperomia “Frost”

P. caperata “Frost”

Green leaves with a dusting of frosty white. Compact growth. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water.

Peperomia “Piccolo Banda”

Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water.

Peperomia “Rosso”

Beautiful patterned leaves with red undersides. Epiphytic in habitat. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water.

Peperomia argyreia

Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water.

Peperomia ferreyrae

Semi-epyphitic mounds of green rosettes. Succulent Peperomia, keep warm, provide occasional misting. Grows well as a houseplant.

Peperomia metallica

Beautiful dark green-black leaves with red undersides. Vining. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water.