Floor plants - Low light plants

Aglaonema green lady

Asia and Africa. The scientific name is derived from two Greek words; “aglaos”, meaning “bright” and “nama”, a filament or thread, referring to the striking stamens produced within the flowers. It is a popular plant with the Chinese, to whom it symbolizes long life and hence “Chinese evergreen”. The less romantic name of “Painted droptongue” refers to the leathery, more ovate or tongue-shaped leaves of Aglaonema crispum.

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
  • Evenly Moist
  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid overwatering and cold

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Aglaonema silver bay

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Aspidistra elatior

The archetypal Victorian houseplant enjoying a resurgence in popularity due to its elegant and architectural shape. Almost indestructible. The Aspidistra Elatior is native to the Eastern Himalayas, Taiwan, China, and Japan commonly known as the “cast-iron plant” or “iron plant”. It is one of the few plants that we can say helped inspire or carry the lead in a novel. In 1936, George Orwell wrote his novel “Keep the Aspidistra Flying”.

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
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  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid overwatering and cold

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Dracaena janet craig

Dracaena is a genus of forty species of subtropical, evergreen, woody plants grown for their statuesque form and ornamental foliage. They are sometimes mistakenly identified as palms but are actually more closely related to lilies. The name Dracaena is derived from the Greek word “drakaina”, a female dragon. The link between plant and beast is the resinous red gum produced when the stem is cut which, when thickened, is supposed to resemble dragon’s blood. It is used as a varnish and in photo engraving.

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
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  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid overwatering and cold

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Dracaena lisa - cane

Dracaena is a genus of forty species of subtropical, evergreen, woody plants grown for their statuesque form and ornamental foliage. They are sometimes mistakenly identified as palms but are actually more closely related to lilies.

The name Dracaena is derived from the Greek word “drakaina”, a female dragon. The link between plant and beast is the resinous red gum produced when the stem is cut which, when thickened, is supposed to resemble dragon’s blood. It is used as a varnish and in photo engraving.

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
  • Evenly Moist
  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid overwatering and cold

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We will provide beautiful plants for your space which we will happily change/rotate as their needs dictate.

Dracaena marginata branched

Dracaena is a genus of forty species of subtropical, evergreen, woody plants grown for their statuesque form and ornamental foliage. They are sometimes mistakenly identified as palms but are actually more closely related to lilies.

The name Dracaena is derived from the Greek word “drakaina”, a female dragon. The link between plant and beast is the resinous red gum produced when the stem is cut which, when thickened, is supposed to resemble dragon’s blood. It is used as a varnish and in photo engraving.

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
  • Evenly Moist
  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid overwatering and cold

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We will provide beautiful plants for your space which we will happily change/rotate as their needs dictate.

Dracaena massangeana-cane

Dracaena is a genus of forty species of subtropical, evergreen, woody plants grown for their statuesque form and ornamental foliage. They are sometimes mistakenly identified as palms but are actually more closely related to lilies.

The name Dracaena is derived from the Greek word “drakaina”, a female dragon. The link between plant and beast is the resinous red gum produced when the stem is cut which, when thickened, is supposed to resemble dragon’s blood. It is used as a varnish and in photo engraving.

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
  • Evenly Moist
  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid overwatering and cold

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We will provide beautiful plants for your space which we will happily change/rotate as their needs dictate.

Dracaena massangeana character

Dracaena is a genus of forty species of subtropical, evergreen, woody plants grown for their statuesque form and ornamental foliage. They are sometimes mistakenly identified as palms but are actually more closely related to lilies.

The name Dracaena is derived from the Greek word “drakaina”, a female dragon. The link between plant and beast is the resinous red gum produced when the stem is cut which, when thickened, is supposed to resemble dragon’s blood. It is used as a varnish and in photo engraving.

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
  • Evenly Moist
  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid overwatering and cold

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We will provide beautiful plants for your space which we will happily change/rotate as their needs dictate.

Dracaena michiko - cane

Dracaena is a genus of forty species of subtropical, evergreen, woody plants grown for their statuesque form and ornamental foliage. They are sometimes mistakenly identified as palms but are actually more closely related to lilies.

The name Dracaena is derived from the Greek word “drakaina”, a female dragon. The link between plant and beast is the resinous red gum produced when the stem is cut which, when thickened, is supposed to resemble dragon’s blood. It is used as a varnish and in photo engraving.

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
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  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid overwatering and cold

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We will provide beautiful plants for your space which we will happily change/rotate as their needs dictate.

Dracaena warneckei - cane

Dracaena is a genus of forty species of subtropical, evergreen, woody plants grown for their statuesque form and ornamental foliage. They are sometimes mistakenly identified as palms but are actually more closely related to lilies.

The name Dracaena is derived from the Greek word “drakaina”, a female dragon. The link between plant and beast is the resinous red gum produced when the stem is cut which, when thickened, is supposed to resemble dragon’s blood. It is used as a varnish and in photo engraving.

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
  • Evenly Moist
  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid overwatering and cold

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We will provide beautiful plants for your space which we will happily change/rotate as their needs dictate.

Sanseveria black gold

The upright, spikey nature of the plant suits many minimalistic interiors. Sansevieria is an erect plant with long, leathery, sword-shaped leaves emerging in clumps from underground rhizomes. The Sansevieria Black Gold is one of approximately seventy species of Sansevieria, all of which are evergreen perennials native to the semi-deserts of southern and western Africa. The leaf fibres can be used to make ropes and the bowstrings of musical instruments. Sansevieria is named after an Austrian prince of Sanseriero. It was introduced to Europe in the late seventeenth century.

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
  • Low
  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid cold and overwatering

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Sanseveria zeylanica

Resembling the more common Sansevieria trifasciata and useful in the same way, this species has a different range of leaf patterns. Sansevieria zeylanica is an erect plant with long, leathery, sword-shaped leaves emerging in clumps from underground rhizomes. The leaves are strongly variegated and can be up to 1 m long. Small, simple, fragrant white flowers are produced, but these are seldom noticeable.Sansevieria zeylanica is one of approximately seventy species of Sansevieria, all of which are evergreen perennials native to the semi-deserts of southern and western Africa. The leaf fibres can be used to make ropes and the bowstrings of musical instruments. Sansevieria is named after an Austrian prince of Sanseriero. It was introduced to Europe in the late seventeenth century.

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  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid cold and overwatering

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Spathiphyllum sensation jr.

Hybrid forms of Spathiphyllum species that are often used as stand-alone specimens. A vigorous plant with large, glossy, oblong-lanceolate leaves. Their deep green colour contrasts sharply with the pure white, arum-like flowers that are borne on slender stems. Each flower may grow up to fifteen centimetres long, contains a creamy-white, maize-like spadix and turns green with age.

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
  • High
  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid cold and overwatering

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Zamioculcas zamiifolia

Zamioculcas (Common name "Zanzibar Gem") is a genus of flowering plant in the family Araceae, containing the single species Zamioculcas zamiifolia. It is a tropical perennial plant native to eastern Africa, from Kenya south to northeastern South Africa The botanical name derives from the superficial similarity of its foliage to that of the cycad genus Zamia. Botanical synonyms include Caladium zamiaefolium, Zamioculcas loddigesii and Z. lanceolata. It is sometimes known by the trivial names "ZZ plant", "aroid palm", "fat boy", and "eternity plant".

  • 50 - 150+ ft. Candles
  • Low - medium
  • Warm min temp 65°F
  • Avoid cold and overwatering

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We will provide beautiful plants for your space which we will happily change/rotate as their needs dictate.