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Plant Catalog

To assure outstanding appearances, we maintain a reliable access to a large inventory of acclimatized plants and trees—plants specifically grown to live in interior habitats. Our primary suppliers guarantee all our plants “to be well rooted, pest free, and grown in an interior acclimated environment.” We also have access to a large variety of pots and containers to meet almost any aesthetic. In choosing decorative pots, we look at your space and suggest a variety of shapes and colors that best suit your interior decor. Depending on the style and budget, we aim to provide the best solution that money can buy. Our inventory includes, but is not limited to the selection below. Special requests are welcomed and can almost always be accommodated.

Low Light Plants

While all plants need some light to live, these are some of our favorite plants that are most adaptable to low light conditions:

Aglaonema Maria

Description: Commonly called the “Chinese Evergreen”, the Aglaonema is native to the tropical forest floors of Asia. It has large, semi-glossy oval shaped leaves on short stems, and flowers (on older plants) that bloom in the spring or summer. This variety has dark speckled leaves of forest and light green.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Office spaces that receive indirect light as direct sunlight can scorch its leaves.

Aglaonema Silver Bay

Aglaonema Silver Bay

Description:  Like the Maria, the Aglaonema Silver Bay is a popular choice for indoor spaces because of its full appearance. It has beautiful gray-green leaves and is a popular accent to modern interiors. As one of the easiest indoor plants to own, the Silver Bay has a high tolerance to low light conditions and infrequent watering’s.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Locations that receive medium to low indirect light typically found in the home or office.


Description: Native to eastern and southeastern Asia, the Aspidistra is commonly known as the “Cast-Iron plant”. Its nickname comes from its high tolerance of drought and neglect. They have beautiful dark green foliage and are slow growing, making them perfect for the indoors!
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Offices, living rooms, bedrooms, or other indoor cool spaces of any light level as long as it is indirect.

Dracaena Carmen

Description: The Dracaena Carmen has long, dark green leaves with a vibrant yellow border. The Carmen grows upward from a central stalk and looks great as a single specimen in offices and homes. This plant can also add a dramatic focal point to groupings or mass plantings.
Light Tolerance: Low Light -Dracaena prefers bright, indirect light; it tolerates dimmer light, but growth slows as a result.
Ideal for: Office spaces, and home interiors with indirect sources of light. The plant grows well average house temps and humidity.

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Dracaena Compacta

Description: The Dracaena Compacta is a slow growing member of the Dracaena family, and is native to South East Africa. The Dracaena Compacta has a thick green stem and several clumps of short dark green leaves 2″-4″ in length. It’s a beautiful addition to homes or offices.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Offices and homes with medium to low light sources.

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Dracaena Lisa

Description: The Dracaena Lisa is a low maintenance plant with dark glossy leaves spilling out the top of its slim, tubular trunks. With its narrow growth and tufty foliage, it’s ideal for bringing some life into a corner of your space.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Indoor spaces like living rooms and office spaces that receive medium indirect light and avoid extended periods of direct sun. It can tolerate the lower end of moderate light spaces, but watering will need to be reduced.

Dracaena Rikki

Description: The beautiful Dracaena Rikki Cane features lively lime green leaves with deep green borders, which radiate from tall canes. As a part of the Dracaena family, the Rikki Cane is an undemanding plant that tolerates low light, low humidity, and forgives the occasional missed watering.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: A favorite office plant due to its hardiness, the Rikki does well in rooms with windows, but can tolerate dim offices if cared for appropriately.

Peace Lily

Description: Peace Lilies are not true lilies, but a member of the Araceae family. A favorite among flowering houseplants, they’re striking when used in mass display. They bloom in the spring and have glossy oval leaves with points that emerge from the soil.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, and office spaces with indirect light. Peace Lilies are shade-loving plants in their native habitats, but when grown indoors they need plenty of filtered light, though not direct sunlight.



Description: Pothos, also known as “Devil’s Ivy”, is a tropical vine plant that has adapted well as a durable houseplant. It has shiny, heart-shaped leaves and comes in several natural and cultivated varieties that are known for their hardiness.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Office spaces, living rooms, and bedrooms with indirect light. Pothos can either grow as a trailing plant, or on a moss pole.

Pothos Marble Queen

Pothos Marble Queen

Description: The Marble Queen is a popular plant in the hardy Pothos family. Known for its variegated green and white leaves, the Pothos Marble Queen has long cascading vines, making it a beautiful table or hanging plant. All Pothos plants are considered to be “clean air plants” and are efficient at cleaning the air of harmful toxins.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Indoorscapes like bedrooms and offices with the right amount of indirect light.

Pothos N’Joy

Pothos N’Joy

Description: The N’Joy is one of many beautiful Pothos varieties and is known for its green and white variegation and compact growth. It has a unique wavy leaf structure, and its variegation is less speckled than its cousin, the Marble Queen. Like the rest of its family, the N’Joy is hardy and easy to grow in extremely low light levels.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Very dim workspaces or bedrooms. Pothos grow well under fluorescent light, making them an excellent choice for offices.

Philodendron Congo Rojo

Description: Native to South America, the Philodendron Congo Rojo is an attractive warm weather plant that is sensitive extreme temperatures. Instead, it thrives indoors, making it the perfect houseplant! It gets the name “rojo” from its new leaves, which unfurl in a deep, shiny red. As the leaves mature, they fade to a burgundy, green color.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Philodendron Congo is a low-humidity tolerant hybrid variety and grows well inside homes and offices.

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Sansevieria Zeylanica

Description: Also known as the “Snake plant” or “Mother-in-laws tongue”, this hardy stemless evergreen will add years of beauty and elegance to any decor. This variety has sword-shaped leaves that are deep green with light gray-green horizontal stripes. Its upright character makes it a popular choice for any modern home or office setting.
Light Tolerance: Low Light to Medium Light
Ideal for: Living rooms or office spaces with low levels of light. With appropriate care, the Sansevieria will thrive in bright light to almost dark corners of the house/office.

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Sanseveria Laurentii

Description: Like the rest of the Sansevieria family, the Laurentii is a strong and near-indestructible houseplant that will grow almost anywhere and can withstand neglect like no other indoor plant. The Sansevieria Laurentii can be recognized by its iconic golden-edged leaves and is a popular choice for modern interiors.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Office spaces, living rooms, bedrooms, restaurants, and any other indoor space with indirect light. It also grows well outdoors in shady areas.

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Description: The Zamioculcas is a tropical perennial plant native to eastern Africa that is known for its drought tolerance. Commonly named the “Zanzibar Gem” or “ZZ plant”, the Zamioculcas is popular for its unique glossy leaves and easy to care for qualities. Slow growing, this plant is a great air purifier, and tolerates extremely low light levels.
Light Tolerance: Low Light
Ideal for: Windowless offices, bedrooms, or bathrooms where it will only receive small amounts of fluorescent light

Medium-High Light Plants

Medium and high light plants grow best when placed in an environment that provides them with a sufficient amount of light. These are our first picks when it comes to rooms with a bright light source:

Bamboo Palm

Description: Called a Bamboo Palm for its likeness to bamboo – the Bamboo Palm is rather a part of the palm family and has a nice, soft touch with deep green leaves that arch from the stem. It is one of the few palms that can tolerate lower light levels, but still needs moderate to high light to thrive.
Light needs: Med-High Light
Ideal for: Living rooms, bedrooms, and office spaces with sources of bright sunlight.

Bird of Paradise

Description: The Bird of Paradise or Strelitzia Nicolai, boasts a stunning display of tropical leaves that is native to southern Africa. They can stand anywhere from 3’- 8’ tall indoors, but grow up to 20’ tall in the wild. The Bird of Paradise ranks among the most favorite houseplants due to their fast-growing abilities and large, beautiful leaves.
Light Tolerance: Med-High Light
Ideal for: Sunny indoor spaces like living rooms, bedrooms, and office spaces. This plant is adaptable to medium light areas, but needs bright light to thrive!

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Dracaena Massangeana

Description: The Dracaena Massangeana plant, also known as the “Corn plant”, is made up of shiny green leaves that have a bright, yellow streak running down the center. It is an upright, evergreen shrub that does well in containers and is a relatively low-maintenance plant.
Light Tolerance: Med-High Light
Ideal for: Offices, bedrooms, and living rooms with a med-high level of light. Avoid direct sunlight.

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Dracaena Marginata

Description: One of the all-time top indoor performers, the Dracaena Marginata offers a distinctive multi-stem structure with deep green leaves that have a hint of color on the margins. Also known as the “Dragon plant”, its upright habit and pointy, slender leaves contrast nicely in contemporary spaces.
Light Tolerance: Med-High Light
Ideal for: Great for homes and offices with windows. Unlike its family, the Dracaena Marginata grows best in moderate light with an appropriate watering schedule.

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Ficus Lyrata (standard)

Description: The Ficus Lyrata or “Fiddle-Leaf Fig”, is a popular indoor plant specimen featuring very large, violin-shaped leaves. These plants are native to tropical parts of Africa, where they thrive in very warm and wet conditions, making them very tricky to care for. The standard variety is a favorite amongst interior design circles for its tree-like appearance.
Light Tolerance: Med-High Light
Ideal for: Very bright offices, living rooms, and kitchens, ideally near large windows.

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Ficus Lyrata (column)

Description: Ficus Lyrata Column or “bush” variety is a sculptural indoor plant that can effortlessly breathe life and color to big spaces. The Ficus Lyrata is a fast-grower and can easily stand 6’ tall and upwards with correct care and placement.
Light Tolerance: Med-High Light
Ideal for: Indoor spaces with a lot of indirect sunlight.

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Fishtail Palm

Description: The Fishtail Palm was named for its unusual leaves that are shaped like a jagged fish’s tail. The Fishtail Palm can grow to an average height of about 12′-15′ making them the perfect focal point for rooms with high ceilings. They prefer bright light and high humidity.
Light needs: High Light
Ideal for: Large areas like foyers, lobbies and atriums with plenty of bright, indirect light.

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Kentia Palm

Description: The Kentia Palm is an elegant species of palm tree that is prized for its eye-catching trunk and beautiful green fronds. This plant is notorious for its low light tolerance unlike other palm varieties and can grow up to 12’ tall indoors.
Light Tolerance: Med-High Light
Ideal for: Both indoor and outdoor settings, but preferably an area that receives indirect light indoors.

Philodendron Monstera

Description: Philodendron Monstera, commonly called “Swiss-Cheese plant”, is native to Central America. It is a climbing, evergreen perennial vine that is most noted for its huge, waxy, perforated leaves on thick plant stems and  long cord-like aerial roots. It’s dramatic appearance provides an instant “wow” factor to any room.
Light Tolerance: Med-High Light
Ideal for: Home interiors and offices with medium to bright indirect sources of light.

Philodendren Selloum

Description: The Philodendren Selloum is a tropical plant with large, deeply lobed leaves that is grown as a houseplant in temperate climates. Also known as the “Hope plant”, this unique philodendron can give an immediate tropical feel to any room. They can grow can up to 5 ft in width and are ideal for large areas.
Light Tolerance: Med-High Light
Ideal for: Bright office or indoor areas with plenty of space.

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Pony Tail Palm

Description: The Ponytail Palm is neither a palm nor a tree—it’s actually a member of the Agave family, native to the southeastern desert of México. It is drought tolerant, slow-growing, and requires very little care. With its bulbous trunk, cascading ponytail of leaves, this plant is popular for its quirky looks.
Light Tolerance: Med-High Light
Ideal for: Bright indoor interiors like living rooms and offices with low humidity.

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Rhapis Palm

Description: This exceptional palm delivers elegance, beauty, and versatility to any interior setting. The Rhapis Palm, sometimes called the “Lady Palm”, grows dense fan-shaped leaves from multiple woody stems and can take significant vertical space without spreading too wide. This palm is extremely tolerant of low-light conditions and grows extremely well indoors.
Light Tolerance: Med-High Light
Ideal for: Office spaces, restaurants, and homes with a good amount of indirect light.

Best Selling Containers

Here is a collection of our best-selling pots! Not limited to the selection below, our inventory offers an array of styles, shapes, and sizes, allowing you to find the perfect vessel for your greenery. From round pots to square pots, we have many container styles to help you realize the plant aesthetic you’re trying to achieve!






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