Your cart is empty!
Make spending time at home more enjoyable by introducing a few indoor plants to green up your space! New shipments arrive regularly, so if you don’t see what you’re looking for, give us a call at (206) 729-7388 and we’ll help you find just the right plant for your conditions.
Lemon Lime Maranta, aka Lemon Lime Prayer Plant will stop you in your tracks with its bold, deeply veined leaves that look almost hand painted. Leaves close 'in prayer' at night and unfurl with the morning light. Maranta are trailing plants, and non-toxic to pets. Follow care instructions carefully, as Maranta are sensitive to temperature, humidity and watering, but amply rewarding for those who treat them right. Mature size approx 1'h x 14"w. ...
Amazing, colorful tropical foliage with white, pink, red and green leaves.Light: Bright, indirect lightTemperatures above 60 degreesWatering: Let top 1-2" of soil dry between waterings*Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
Bright, indirect lightPrefers temperatures above 60 degrees and extra humidityRequires consistently moist soil (not soggy) in summer; in winter, let the top of the soil dry between waterings.
A nearly black-leaved version of one of the easiest and most popular houseplants. New leaves emerge an electric lime-green color, but as they mature, each leaflet slowly becomes a rich purple-black shade. Makes an amazing contrast to light green, fine foliage plants like asparagus fern. Possibly the most undemanding indoor plant. Native to East Africa, this sculptural plant is happy in bright, indirect light, but is also one of the most tolerant of low light conditions. As a bonus,...
Native to South Africa, succulent Jade plants are easy care houseplants that enjoy a bit of neglect. For the healthiest plant, give it brightest spot possible, preferably with at least four hours of direct sun or bright indirect light. Let Jade dry out between deep waterings - water every couple of weeks in the summer, once a month in winter. Jade likes to be rootbound, so no need to repot for several years.
One of the most popular houseplants in the world, probably because it’s easy care and always attractive. One of the top 10 plants for purifying the air. Bright, indirect lightLet soil dry slightly between watering.
The Swiss Cheese plant gets its name from the holes, or fenestrations, in the leaves. These holes develop and enlarge as each leaf grows to maturity. This trailing plant can also be grown on a support for larger, vertical growth.Bright, indirect light; water when surface of soil becomes dry.
Philodendron Birkin is an outstanding new upright hybrid with pure white pinstripe variegation on its leaves as it matures. Highly sought after by collectors and lovers of outstanding variegation.Bright, indirect lightAllow surface of soil to dry out between waterings.
Pilea peperomioides is a Chinese native, and is sometimes called the pancake plant or UFO plant because of its round leaves. Mature plants produce ‘pups’, or baby plants which surround the mother plant. Leave them be for a fuller plant, or detach and plant up to share. Weirdly wonderful! Bright, indirect light Water when the top of the soil dries, usually every 1-2 weeks.
Easy care, trailing plant that is adaptable to to many conditions and tolerant of irregular watering. NJoy has variegated leaves splashed with white for a nice counterpoint when paired with all-green foliage plants. Bright, medium or low lightAllow soil to dry out completely between wateringsNot humidity sensitive
Sanseveria are succulent plants that thrive in a wide range of conditions and with little care. If benign neglect is your specialty, this plant is for you.Light: Tolerant of most lighting conditions- bright, medium or low lightWatering: Water deeply only when they are quite dry.
One of the easiest care ferns for indoors, featuring long, glossy fronds with a wavy edge. Fronds emerging from the center of the rosette resemble bird's eggs. Prefer bright, indirect light, though will tolerate lower lightWater when about half the soil is dry; water the edges of the pot and not the center of the 'nest'.Not as humidity-craving as many other ferns
Possibly the most undemanding indoor plant. Native to East Africa, this sculptural plant is happy in bright, indirect light, but is also one of the most tolerant of low light conditions. As a bonus, you only need water approximately once a month; underground rhizomes and fleshy stems store water like a camel. And as a bonus, a great plant for cleaning the air.