Dracaena Don't confuse this plant with the vegetable of the same name. This beautiful houseplant offers variegated leaves and a single upright stem -- so it resembles a decorative corn stalk without the ears. Plant several together in a large container for a fuller appearance.
Crown of Thorns - attractive houseplant with gray-green stems punctuated with small sharp thorns. Flowers appear throughout the winter, making it an ideal plant for holiday decorating. As long as it gets enough light, this plant can take a lot of neglect. Bright light; 60-75 degrees F.; cooler temps near 55 degrees F during the winter will promote increased flowering.
Hoya, or wax plant, has waxy green leaves and waxy fragrant pink flowers. You can let the plant climb, train the stems onto a topiary, or allow them to trail in a hanging basket. Wax plant offers beautiful flowers (that are often powerfully fragrant). It's also a low-water plant, so it doesn't mind if you forget to water it from time to time. Medium to bright light; 55-75 degrees F.; allow the soil surface to dry between waterings Can climb or trail to 4 feet or more
Cast-Iron Plant - One of the toughest you can grow, withstands neglect, low light, low humidity, and a wide range of temps. It grows quite slowly. Several varieties have white or yellow variegation on their leaves. Why We Love It: This plant really lives up to its name: It's nearly indestructible. Name: Aspidistra elatior Growing Conditions: Low light; 45-85 degrees; keep evenly moist during active growth, barely moist in fall & winter Size: To 2 feet tall and wide
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