Mahoney’s greenhouse features unique and interesting foliage plants to enhance your interior living space all year long. Our buyer scours the globe seeking the best quality and newest tropical houseplant varieties for all types of light conditions to fit any space in your home or office. Our knowledgeable staff will help match your needs with the perfect plant. 

SOME OF OUR FAVORITES from the GREENHOUSE

Please note supplies and selection will vary depending on availability.

RUBBER PLANT

Ficus elastica
An easy care alternative to the popular fiddle leaf fig. Loves bright, but not direct sunlight. Be careful not to over-water.

FICUS DANIELLA

Ficus Moclame
Thick, waxy, oval shaped leaves. Loves bright, filtered light. Water when dry.

ZZ PLANT

Zamioculcas zamiifolia
Easy to care for! Place in bright light, out of direct sun. Will tolerate lower light levels too.

KENTIA PALM

Howea fosteriana
Low maintenance and elegant. Prefers bright, indirect light. Allow plant to dry slightly between waterings.

CALATHEA

Calathea sp.
Also known as the peacock plant, calathea are highly-decorative houseplants with colorful, variegated foliage. Prefers low to medium light.

DIFFENBACHIA

Diffenbachia spp.
Easy care! Grows upright, making it a great plant for room corners. Prefers bright light but will tolerate lower light levels too.

FICUS AUDREY

Ficus benghalensis 
Striking, minimalist aesthetic. Care is on the easier side for ficuses: it appreciates bright, indirect light and regular waterings with a dry-out period in between, Available in tree-form or tabletop sized.

LADY PALM

Rhapsis excelsa
Tolerates low light and is a slow grower, making it a great  indoor palm.

FIDDLE LEAF FIG

Ficus lyrata
Place in bright light, but indirect as too much sun can scorch the leaves. Once the soil is dry a few inches in, thoroughly drench to the point where water flows out of the planter’s drainage holes.

SNAKE PLANT

Sansevieria trifasciata 
Virtually indestructible! Prefers bright, indirect light but tolerates low light levels well. Water moderately.

SPLIT LEAF PHILODENDRON

Monstera deliciosa
The perfect houseplant for you if you’re looking to create a big, bold, tropical feel in your home. It features big (2-foot-wide) leaves that look like they have holes or cuts in them, giving rise to two of its other common names: Swiss cheese plant and split-leaf philodendron (while monstera is not a type of philodendron, it is closely related to them).

CHINESE EVERGREEN

Aglaonema sp.
Great for beginners as it tolerates just about every indoor condition. fluorescent lighting too! Available in an assortment of beautiful foliage – greens, whites, and even pink!