The Spider Plant is a popular indoor hanging plant needing just windowsill light to flourish. The leaves come in a variety of patterns, from green and yellow to green and white and solid green. For November 2019 we have two varieties, white/green and solid green.
Compact easy to grow indoor plant requires minimal windowsill light to grow. Keep soil moist.
“Mini Hope Philodendron” – This is an easy to grow indoor plant requiring just minimal windowsill light to thrive.
Giant Ruellia is a hardy plant which will grown in full sun as well as shade. It can be propagated by division, seed or cuttings. Stems are purple-hued and short-lived purple flowers bloom regularly. Makes an excellent border plant or hedge which reaches a height of about 3 feet tall. […]
Also known as “Moses in the Cradle,” the oyster plant is hardy and can grow in shade, including indoor lighting. Popular due to its green foliage and purple underside, the plant reproduces through roots and can be divided easily. Good for weed control or shaded areas where other plants may […]
Hawaiian baby woodrose is an ornamental plant that is related to the morning glory plant. The climbing vine can be found in Florida, California, and Hawaii as well as other warm weather climates. The flowers dry naturally and are often used in crafts such as wreaths.
Sansevieria trifasciata, commonly known as Mother-in-law’s tongue in Hawaii, it is also known by other names such as Saint George’s sword or snake plant. It is used predominantly as an ornamental plant, outdoors in warmer climates, and indoors as a houseplant in cooler climates. It is popular as a houseplant because it is […]
Caladium, Buck Also known as Angel Wings or Heart of Jesus, Caladiums enjoy well-drained soil and partial shade. Many varieties of this ornamental plant exist, with colors ranging from white to green, to deep red. The Buck variety has a red center surrounded by a deep green border around the […]
Garlic, Society Garlic (like chives) This plant is often confused with chives because it looks similar and can be used in the place of it. Originating from South Africa, the plant is often used in Chinese or Malay cooking. The flavor and scent is reminiscent of garlic and the flavor […]
Oregano (Cuban) Cuban oregano, a succulent herb, is native to India and not a “true oregano.” However, it can be used in place of oregano in cooking and is a hardy plant requiring not much more than sunlight, scant water and an occasional treat of fertilizer. The plant grows upward […]