Indoor plants - page 2

Plants for the house! Whether absent-minded or intently caring, you can welcome plants at home for that exotic feeling or to purify the air.

Strelitzia, bird of paradise

Strelitzia is a superb plant that comes from the tropics, boasting simply magnificent flowers and nicely dense leafage.
Two yellow and blue strelitzia blooms against a deep green leaf.

Anthurium, a must-have indoors

Anthurium, also called Flamingo flower, requires special care. This is especially because this plant is native to tropical regions and has some difficulty adapting to living indoors in houses and apartments.
Pink-red anthurium flower blooming.

Cymbidium, a superb orchid

The growing and caring for a Cymbidium orchid is on par with the easiest of all orchids. Deep into winter is generally when its magnificent blooming is appreciated,
An orchid of the cymbidium variety with pink flowers.

Bromelia, a plant with a bang!

With its amazing colorful bloom girdled with a crown of deep green leaves, Bromelia does every thing it can to catch your eye. This exotic beauty comes in many shapes and varieties, and is often the most original indoor plant of our homes.
Bromelia

Howea, a palm that hails from afar

Howea is, decidedly, a curious plant: it’s found in houses all over the world, but grows in the wild only on a single tiny exotic island…
Howea in terra cotta pot

Peperomia, a plant noted for its foliage

Peperomia is a tropical plant used indoors and in apartments. It is very much appreciated for its foliage, which is extremely varied depending to the species and in every case amazingly ornamental.
Peperomia

Adenium, the desert rose

Adenium is a plant used indoors for its appealing blooming and its surprising ornamental qualities.
Two adenium flowers on a stem

Caring for Lucky Bamboo

Lucky bamboo – the bringer of good fortune – has become a very successful indoor plant.
Lucky bamboo in a pot filled with gravel

Growing an avocado tree from seed

Although growing avocado tree in the ground is only possible in tropical regions or in the Mediterranean area, it is easy to sprout an avocado from seed and grow it indoors.
Four foot three-year-old avocado grown from seed in a pot with a white background.

Jade tree, Crassula ovata

The jade tree, which makes a perfect bonsai plant, is a succulent that offers magnificent evergreen leafage. Its ornamental appeal make it one of today’s trendiest plants.
A plastic pot with a small Jade tree growing in it against a hazy background.

Abutilon, an indoor maple

Abutilon, also called room maple, is a very beautiful plant that blooms from spring to fall. Caring for it is easy.
Three abutilon flowers and leaves on black background, with yellow petals and red cuppolas.

Sansevieria, mother-in-law’s tongue!

Sansevieria, also called Mother-in-law’s tongue or snake plant, is a plant native to Africa. Used indoors, it boasts graphic designer leaves and is very ornamental.
Different sansevieria varieties in pots on a designer kitchen counter.

Orchids, daughters of light

The orchid family is a surprising caste, seemingly bred from jewels of pure light. 750 different genuses, 20,000 species and thousands of hybrids!
Orchid, like light on a tree

Succulents, delicious eye-candy!

These fleshy plants with surprising geometric shapes have everything you could wish for in a plant since they’re so beautiful and easy to care for. It’s pretty clear why succulents are so trendy!
Easy to care for succulents in a glass jar

Frangipani, a true marvel!

Frangipani is a shrub used indoors for its appealing blooming and its great ornamental qualities. Outdoors, it only grows well in warm climates.
Frangipani flower tree
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