Plant Species
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ZZ Plant

Known for its wide, dark green leaves, which indicates that they absorb light from a minimum of sources.The flesh of the plants is smooth and shiny. Potato-like roots that stores water. Water when the soil dries out.

Sansevieria Laurentii

Recognized by its sword-shaped leaves that grow upright. Tolerate medium to bright light. Photosynthesis only happens with daylight, the plant stores carbon dioxide acquired at night for use during the day, and releases oxygen.

Rubber Tree Plant

This species is quite an easy plant to take care and can grow well in medium light. It has big, rubbery, dark green and shiny leaves. Requires brighter light conditions to keep the colors strong.

Pilea

They have bright green coin shaped leaves, as it is known as Chinese Money Plant. They can strive under medium to bright sunlight. It is often known as a lucky plant or friendship plant.

Ficus Lyrata

Their leaves vary in shape but are often broad, leathery with vibrant green hue and prominent veining. Happy in a stable environment where it receives at least a few hours of bright direct light a day.

Peace Lilies

They brighten up the area and is excellent in cleaning the air. They are low maintenance and easy to take care. These plants have dark green leaves and white “flowers” which is actually a leaf bract that grows hooded over the flowers.

Monstera

It has glossy, heart-shaped or rounded leathery leaves that develop deep clefts and oblong perforations as they grow older. Indirect sunlight is best to keep the leaves in it’s dark green colour.

Boston Fern

Boston ferns are attractive specimens with long, graceful fronds with tiny leaves.They prefer a cool place with high humidity and indirect light.

Bird's Nest Fern

In it’s natural habitat, they grow on the surface of other plants. They are identified by their flat, wavy or crinkly fronds. They grow in a series of erect, spoon-shaped fronds that rise from a central rosette.

Pothos

This trailing vine has heart-shaped green leaves. They do well in bright indirect light as well as low light and can be grown in soil or in water. Require low maintenance and easy to care for.

Spider Plant

Adaptable and easy to grow houseplant. It is known as spider plant due to it’s small flowers grow dangle down from the mother plant like spiders on a web. They flourished in bright to indirect light.

Peperomia Obtusifolia

They have thick, fleshy leaves that contribute to their drought tolerance. They are slow-growing and low maintenance. Grow in medium to bright light.

Peperomia Watermelon

They have leaves that resemble watermelon skin with fleshy feel that are attached to thin non-woody red stems. Grow in medium light and water when the top 2″ of soil is dry.

Alocasia

They strives in bright, indirect light. They like soil a little dryier, but require high humidity to prosper. Misting them reguarly and allow the top 2″ of soil to dry between watering.

Red Anthurium

They grow best in bright and indirect sunlight. They are easy-care houseplants with red, white, pink, or purple waxy leaves that flare from the base of the fleshy spike where the tiny flowers grow.

Pachira Aquatica

Known as money tree plant. They are easy to grow and is a very durable plant. They loves moist soil and does well in indirect light.

Aglaonema Siam

Aglaonema Siam Aurora has red patterned foliage. They strive in medium light condition and allow the top 2″ of soil to dry between watering.

Dieffenbachia

It strive in indirect sunlight with proper well-draining soil and water lightly. They feature pointed, ovate leaves in a variety of green, cream, and white colors.

Red Aglaonema

Red Aglaonema is one of the most stylish plant with striking red or pink tone foliage. They show the best colour in medium, indirect light. Easy to maintain, only water them when the soil dries out.