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A Guide to Indoor Tropical Plants – Part 2

Coconut Palm

This is a thirsty houseplant that requires well drained soil. Fertilizer is important. This sun-lover can be grown outdoors in summer and brought inside for the winter.

Croton Mammey

This little beauty is best kept inside as it thrives in a warm, humid environment. It features colorful leaves that twist & curl as they grow adding to the drama. Low maintenance.

Croton Petra

A brightly colored green, gold, yellow rust & red foliage. When grown indoors it can remain a small compact plant. This tough plant will flourish with a little love and patience.

Dracaena Giganta

A most unique species of Dracaena with thick firm leaves that stay upright similar to a Yucca leaf. Leaves can grow to a metre long with intense coloration & very easy to care for.

Dracaena Janet Craig

Few are as easy to grow and welcome in the home as this attractive plant which thrives on neglect. Its dramatic form makes this a very striking floor plant for that special spot.

Dracaena Janet Craig Compacta (3/2/1)

A superb mini version of the Janet Craig with it’s pointed, short 2-4” lance shaped leaves and thick stem. It can be 3-6’ tall indoors with 1, 2 or 3 heads.

Dracaena Lemon Lime Wareneckii

Beautifully, bright green leaves with yellow stripes grow from 1-2’ and need a little more light than most other Dracaenas. You must find a spot for this one!

Dracaena Limelight

Like most Dracaenas, it is easy to care for & grown indoors reaches 4-6’ tall. Bright green leaves grow about 2’ long. This stunning houseplant adds interesting colour.

Dracaena Lisa Cane (4/3/2)

Easy care tree with dark glossy leaves spilling out the top of its slim, tubular trunks. With its narrow growth and tufty foliage, it's ideal for bringing some life into a corner.

Dracaena Marginata Braid

Known also as a Dragon Tree - the Dracaena Marginata is grown as single-stemmed plants and they are braided together in the same pot. This plant is simply dramatic!

Dracaena Marginata Burgundy

Red Edged Dracaena has spectacular thin tapered leaves with red edges giving the plant a spiky appearance. Upright with only the longest leaves spilling over.

Dracaena Marginata Staggered

An excellent plant for removing harmful chemicals from the air. Slender gray attractive stems are topped with shiny, sword like green leaves with reddish edges.

Dracaena Mass Cane (4/3/2)

This 5’ tall Dracaena has stalky stems and outstanding long green leaves with light-yellow to light-green stripes running through them. An easy plant for beginners.

Ficus - Benjamina STD

Benjamin Fig is a small, attractive plant grown in a tree form here. It is a dense, rapidly growing, highly decorative indoor tree with elegant glossy, green foliage.

Ficus - Benji

This stunning, easy to grow ficus enjoys bright, indirect sunlight. Water when the top layer of soil is dry but take care not to overwater as this will yellow the leaves.

Ficus - Lyrata Bush

Commonly called a Fiddle Leaf Fig plant, has large, green, hard, leathery leaves that look like a fiddle or violin. Leaves can be over a foot long and grow on woody stems.

Ficus Lyrata Column

Also known as the Fiddle Leaf Fig, makes an architectural impact with its large waxy dark green broad shiny leaves in the shape of a violin. A fast growing plant that gets more incredible the taller it grows.

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