Our tropical greenhouse is overflowing with beautiful foliage and a great selection of the best low-maintenance and exotic houseplants. There are many options for bright, sunny rooms or low light rooms. Many houseplants are naturally adapted to low light and are ultra-efficient at capturing light. We can help you choose the right plants to make your home more inviting.
Low Light Houseplants
These plants are perfect for offices or places in your home that don’t get a ton of light.
Also known as Mother in Law’s Tongue or Snake Plant will grow anywhere. This plant loves to be ignored so don't over love or over water them!
Tillandsia or Air Plants
Good for hanging fixtures and make good decorations just about anywhere since they don't require soil.
Over-watering is one of the most common reasons a Dracaena will die. Let them dry out and then water deeply, letting the water drain from the bottom of the container. It could take up to 3 weeks to dry out in the winter.
Excellent trailing plant for hanging baskets.
Keep ferns' soil moist. They like humid environments, and do not like to dry out completely.
Leaves will turn red when they are deficient in magnesium. Add a tablespoon of Epsom salt if this happens.
Also known as kitten ears – easy-care houseplant that would grow well in hanging baskets.
Also known as Ponytail Palm – Like Snake Plants, they also love to be ignored, so don’t over water them!
Also known as Spider Plant – Brown tips mean it's over watered. Very easy to propagate.
Trailing varieties are excellent for hanging baskets. Other varieties are upright.
Monstera or Swiss Cheese Plant
Large, unique leaves are part of what make it one of 2019's "It" plants.
Not only do houseplants make your home more beautiful and inviting, they absorb indoor air pollution and keep you healthy! Polluted indoor air is a major cause of headaches, nausea, itchy eyes and other discomforts.
Sources of Indoor Air Pollution Include:
Mold and pollen
Household cleaning products
Gases such as radon and carbon monoxide
Building materials that off-gas chemicals
Toxins that Houseplants Absorb:
Benzene – a common solvent found in oils and paints
Trichloroethylene – used in paints, adhesives, inks and varnishes.
Formaldahyde – used in building materials like particle board and foam insulation. and many, many more!
The 10 Best Houseplants For Detoxifying Air: