Indoor Foliage Plants
All year long, you'll find the largest selection of indoor foliage plants. Truckloads arrive monthly, bringing the newest and best varieties on the market. The selection varies from every shipment, so there is ALWAYS something new! Indoor plants not only add warmth and life to your home, they make a great hobby!
Janet Craig, Corn Plant, Marginata, Warnecki, Ribbon Dracaena
to name a few.
They don't require much natural sunlight, but caution should be added when watering. Let the soil become dry, then water. But don't let the water sit too long- they can't stay in a saucer of stagnant water. Used as low light office plants, they are a good easy care plant- as long as you let them dry out, water the rootball totally, then let it get enough air to dry out again.
However, as hard as it is to say it's botanical name, it's easier to take care of this plant. Little care, little light, little effort. It's almost like a fresh green statue that could care less if you look after it - or not.
Cousin Nepthytis (Arrowhead Vine) will do nicely, but trim it to keep it maintained. Let soil dry between waterings.
Benjamina and Rubber tree (it's common name) are very popular in home interiors. Nitida, creeping fig, Fiddle leaf fig, and "autograph" fig are other examples of this vast family. They all have one thing in common. They have to have very bright light inside- in front of a sunny window. Check the soil often for water. Too much water, and the leaves drop off. Not enough water and the leaves wilt and drop off. They are, however, adaptable to their schedule.
Stalks are easily trainable to shape.
Succulents and cactus will tell you when they need water. The leaves will turn a softer grey color- and get rubbery to the touch. Water it- then forget it.