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Tillandsias are not your traditional house plant. Their uniqueness makes them intriguing and easily adds beauty to any home or garden. Bright light, an open terrarium, and occasional watering are all these magnificent air plants need.
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Aglaonema 'Red Siam'
One of the easiest of all houseplants to grow, red aglaonema is also one of the most stylish. A relatively new variety to the houseplant world, this stunner shows off dark green leaves elegantly flushed with bright red or pink. Its colorful foliage makes red aglaonema a perfect home-decor accent. It's gorgeous on desks or tabletops, as well as coffee tables and side tables in dens, living rooms, and bedrooms.
Nephthytis 'White Butterfly'
Arrowhead plant goes by a variety of names, including syngonium and nephthytis, is an excellent houseplant for low light (no matter what you call it!). Popular for more than a hundred years, arrowhead plant has withstood the test of time because it's both attractive and easy to grow.
Philodendron 'Congo Rojo'
A large plant with thick, shiny, smooth-edged leaves. Its new foliage is brown to coppery red, maturing to dark green with a reddish blush, but the fleshy leaf stems remain bright red.
One of the very best indoor ornamental houseplants, Rattlesnake Calathea has long, medium green leaves with dark decorative spots. The undersides of the leaves are deep purple. A beautiful accent plant for the home or patio, Calathea lancifolia grows to 30” tall and creates a magnificent specimen.
Pink Lady Phalaenopsis Orchid
Our most popular and easy to grow orchid, Phalaenopsis are beautiful additions to any home or office. They require minimal care and their flowers last for months! Pink Lady is a new introduction for 2016, prized for its large lower lip.
Black Bat Plant (Tacca chantieri)
A most unusual plant introduced from parts of Malaysia, India, and East Asia, the Bat Plant will make you look twice. The main attraction of the plant is the strange, unique, purple-black flowers. The flowers superficially resemble a bat in flight with long whiskers, and can grow up to 10 inches long.