Aglaonema Snow White is hardy, drought-tolerant, low maintenance, air purifier and good luck bringer houseplant,
it does not require to be fed or watered frequently and does exceedingly well at indoors environment.
Aglaonemas are an outstanding shade plants, one of the most cultivated in ornamental plants horticulture.
Common name(s): Bird Nest FernScientific name: Asplenium NidusDescription Asplenium nidus forms large simple fronds visually similar to banana leaves, with the fronds growing to 50–150 centimeters (20–59 in) long and 10–20 centimeters (3.9–7.9 in) broad. They are light green, often crinkled, with a black midrib, and exhibit circinate vernation. Spores develop in sori on the underside of the fronds. These sori form long rows extending out from the midrib on the back of the outer part of the lamina (frond). The fronds roll back as they brown and create a massive leaf nest in the branches and trunks of trees.
Common Name - Janet Craig, Corn PlantScientific Name -Dracaena deremensisDescriptionCorn plants (Dracaena deremensis) are quite popular as houseplants thanks to their attractive foliage and hardy nature. They’re easy to grow in containers or in the garden in the right climate. These plants can grow quite tall in the wild, but they stay at a manageable size when kept indoors. They feature rosettes of sword-shaped green leaves that can grow to around 2 feet long. Tiny yellow flowers will bloom periodically, but flowers on indoor plants are rather rare. Spring is the best time for planting, though you can typically pot a nursery plant indoors at any time of year. These plants are fairly slow growers and will naturally lose their lower leaves over time while they send up new ones on top.
Common name - flaming KatyScientific name - kalanchoe blossfeldiana egg DescriptionKalanchoe blossfeldiana, commonly called kalanchoe, is a dark green, succulent perennial with scallop-edged leaves and large umbels of flower clusters held above the foliage. It has an upright, multi-branched growth habit. ... These bright red, pink or yellow flower clusters last for weeks.
Common name - flaming KatyScientific name – kalanchoe blossfeldiana Description Kalanchoe blossfeldiana (orange bloom): An easy to grow houseplant with phenomenal flowers. It grows large, robust foliage with a waxy feel and scalloped edges. This variety has showy, prolific flowers of bright orange that can last for many weeks and re-bloom throughout the year.
Common name -flaming KatyScientific name - kalanchoe blossfeldiana pink Description Kalanchoe blossfeldiana (pink bloom): An easy to grow houseplant with phenomenal flowers. It grows large, robust foliage with a waxy feel and scalloped edges. This variety has showy, prolific flowers of bright pink that can last for many weeks and re-bloom throughout the year.
Common name -Prayer Plant
Scientific name -Maranta leuconeura
Maranta leuconeura, also known as prayer plant, is a species of flowering plant in the family Marantaceae, native to the Brazilian tropical forests.
Common name(s): Glacier PothosScientific name:Epipremnum aureum
Description Epipremnum Aureum Glacier is a small pothos variety in the market and it has a nice green and white contrast on its small leaves. Pothos is a plant that can grow in not so bright places or even artificial conditions (even though it requires a little bit more light than other pothos because of the variegations).
Common name(s): Money Plant ‘Jessenia Pothos’Scientific name: Epipremnum ‘Jessenia’Description Jessenia pothos (Epipremnum ‘Jessenia’) displays green, heart-shaped leaves abundantly marked with chartreuse. Like Marble Queen (to which Jessenia is quite similar), every leaf will be different. It’s usually not too hard to tell the difference between Marble Queen and Jessenia when they’re next to each other. The variegation of Marble Queen is much lighter than the limey-green variegation of Jessenia. Jessenia tends to grow more slowly than golden pothos.
Common name(s): Pothos, golden pothos, devils ivyScientific name: Epipremnum aureumDescription Money plant golden is best to fill the house with greenery and bring in good luck, happiness, and prosperity. The botanical name of the Money Plant is Epipremnum aureum. Golden Money Plant has large, glossy, golden heart-shaped leaves that can brighten any indoor space. Money plant is the ideal plant for offices, shopping centers, hotels, and other public areas as they are easy to maintain in low light and are efficient at removing indoor pollutants.NASA places this plant among the top 3 houseplants which are great for removing formaldehyde and carbon monoxide and increasing general indoor air quality.
Common Name: Peace Lily
Botanical Name: Spathiphyllum
Bloom Time: Flowers freely
Bloom Description: White
Sun: Part shade to full shade
Soil: Well-Drained, Average
Tolerate: Heavy Shade
Common name -Variegated Snake Plant
Scientific name -Dracaena trifasciata 'Laurentii'
Sansevieria leaves are generally stiff, very thick and spearlike with a glossy texture, often mottled with white, and clustered flowers on slender stalks. Water: Allow the top inch (2.5 cm) of soil to dry out between waterings during the growing season. In winter, water just enough to prevent the soil from drying out.
Common name - twist plantScientific name -Sansevieria trifasciataDescription
Sansevieria trifasciata 'Twisted Sister' is a dwarf Sansevieria up to about 15 inches (37.5 cm) tall. Bright gold and green, variegated foliage twists as it emerges from the base providing an almost bird's nest effect.
Common Name -Scindapsus pictus 'Silver Splash'Scientific Name -Scindapsus pictusDescriptionScindapsus pictus 'Silver Splash' has some of the most beautifully variegated leaves we've ever come across. It's as if someone dipped a paintbrush in silver and added delicate, feathery brushstrokes on a background of bright bluish green. This Scindapsus pictus cultivar has similarly-sized leaves to its close relative, 'Exotica', and indeed, some of its leaves are likewise marked by more silver than others – it's possible to find a stem of 'Exotica' tucked in among the 'Silver Splash'. Eventually growing long, cascading vines, this plant is simple enough for the beginner, and rare enough for the collector.
Height or Length: 3′ – 6′ feet tall
Spread: 1′ – 2′ feet wide
Colors: Leaves are usually heavily variegated when young. The variegation tends to fade as the arrowhead plant leaves mature. Leaves come in attractive shades of green and white, silver, cream, pink, and even purple.
Common Name: Blechnum, Pygmy Tree Fern
Botanical Name: Blechnum gibbum
Bloom Time: Seasonal bloomer
Bloom Description: Bright red
Sun: Full to Part Shade
Soil: Well-Drained, Rich, Average