Adding green to your indoor space at any time of year can uplift your mood and provide a sense of well-being. Our selection of tropical foliage plants is kept fresh, all year round. From miniature and table-top sizes to large floor plants, visit our greenhouse for a wide selection.

Ficus Lyrata ^

Commonly called the “Fiddle Leaf Fig”, you’ve probably seen the ficus lyrata in home decor magazines. Featuring very large, dark green, violin-shaped leaves that grow upright on a tall plant. These are native to the tropics, where they thrive in very warm and wet conditions. Fiddle leaf figs like to bask in bright to medium light. If it starts to look a little pale and less vibrant try moving to an area less bright. They’ll grow best if you allow the surface of the soil to dry out slightly between waterings too. Perfect for city-dwellers and suburbanites alike!

Split Leaf Philodendron ^

If you want a large, low maintenance plant- Split Leaf Philodendron houseplants are the perfect choice! They grow rapidly and often have leaves that are up to 3ft long and 2ft wide. Place in a medium to bright location, but out of direct sunlight. Bright, filtered light is best. If it’s placed in lower light, they will tend to produce smaller leaves without splits or holes.

RHAPSIS EXCELSA ^

Also known as “Little Lady Palm”, Rhapsis palms are great for indoors or for your tropical patio in the summertime. They adapt easily to different soils and environments, which makes it very versatile. In a nutshell, Little Lady Palm has a long life span, demands little in the way of care, and is a beautiful addition to any indoor décor!

Spathiphyllum ^

Also known as the Peace Lily, this tropical plant’s easy care, resiliency, and forgiving nature make it such a popular houseplant. One of the advantages of the Peace Lily is that it sags a bit when it needs water—no guessing involved! Peace lilies prefer low-light areas in the home and grow best away from direct sunlight.

SNAKE PLANT ^

Also called “Mother-in-Law’s Tongue” (nicknamed derived from the sharpness of the leaves that grow in an upward fashion), is one of the most recommended plants for improving air quality. This is a slow growing plant that’s super easy to care for because of its low and high tolerance and ease of watering.

Zamioculcas ^

More commonly known as the Zee Zee Plant, these exotic yet easy to grow houseplants are forgiving if you forget to water sometimes! With small glossy leaves on stems, they can grow up to 3ft long indoors. They can survive in low light and rarely needs fertilizing. Despite it drought tolerant nature, the Zee Zee will be healthiest with regular watering, interspersed with periods where soil is allowed to dry out.