This is our selection of plants that can live in your home, as "indoor plants". These hard-to-find species are all very different but they can all be grown in your home. Some can take very low light and some others might need to receive some sun from a window. Palms, bromeliads, cordylines and aspidistras should never dry out. On the other hand, Sansevierias, Hoyas and Rhipsalis need less water and can even take drought.
LARGE, 80-100 cm tall - Tree with edible chestnut-like fruits, native to Tropical America in swampy areas. The swollen trunk helps it to resist seasonal droughts. It can be kept low and grown as a houseplant, just as its relative Pachira glabra, which is often sold with a braided trunk.
Nice succulent peperomia native in the dry Andes of Ecuador, at 2000-2500 m with red and dark-green leaves. Leaves are interestingly scented when rubbed or crashed. It grows well in medium shade or with morning sun. It is also suitable as an indoor plant.
Variegated selection of "heartleaf philodendron", a popular climbing tropical aroid. Suitable as an indoor plant, in baskets or poles. The wild, green form is widespread in tropical America and it was formerly called Philodendron scandens.
"Elkhorn ferns" or "staghorn ferns" naturally grow on tree trunks as epiphytes. This species is native to Oceania and tolerates almost-freezing temperatures, so it can be grown outdoors in sheltered areas of the Mediterranean. We offer a large multi-headed plant grown in a hanging basket. If you divide it, you can make 2 or 3 large plants and a few more...
One mature rosette, 5-8 cm diameter. A miniature creeping Sansevieria, with spiky tight rosettes on stolons. This "Bally 12681" from Kenya is surely the smallest and the cutest of all the species! Easy and fast growing. Good for terrariums and for hanging baskets.
30-40 cm wide. This is a form with green long leaves, originating from Ethiopia or Eritrea. There are some similar plants in Somalia with shorter grayer leaves. Fan-shaped succulent with distichously arrangedthick leaves, of a bright blue-green. Slow growing and still very uncommon in the trade.
Giant Plant: Perfect 60-70 cm wide fan - Form with green long leaves, probably originating from Ethiopia or Eritrea of this spectacular fan-succulent with thick blue-green leaves. Seldomoffered for sale. Slow growing.,
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