Zamioculcas is a genus of flowering plants in the family Araceae, containing the single species Zamioculcas zamiifolia
The large family of cacti encompasses more than 2000 plants, all of which are succulents.
Hoya is an evergreen vine with shoots 3.2 ft. (1m) long and slightly succulent, dark green leaves.
Hardly any plant group reveals so many varied, sometimes bizarre, types of plant structure, leaves, and flowers as the succulents.
Phalaenopsis orchid (Moth Orchid)
Orchids are among the most treasured plants, but they also make up the most numerous plant family.
There are more than 200 widely varied species in the Pilea genus.
Sansevieria (Snake Plant)
One of the hardiest of all indoor plants is Sansevieria. Erect, dark green, lance shaped leaves emerge from a central rosette.
No other group of plants is as widely used indoors as philodendrons.
Peperomia is an extremely varied genus. It offers an astonishing variety of leaf forms, colors, and growth habits.
Cupressus macrocarpa ‘Wilma’ (Lemon Cypress Tree)
The brilliant chartreuse green color of the Lemon Cypress is primarily due to two factors.
SCHLUMBERGERA HYBRIDS (Holiday cactus)
(Holiday cactus, Christmas cactus, Thanksgiving cactus)
Schlumbergeras are native to the tropical forests of South America, where they grow on trees.
EUPHORBIA PULCHERRIMA - POINSETTIA
The poinsettia was first found in Mexico in the 1800s, growing as a wildflower. It has since become the most popular living Christmas gift in the United States.
Columnea (Goldfish Plant)
There are 150 different species of columnea. They come fromCentral America, South America, and the West Indies; their natural habitat is the dambdamp tropical forest.
The most distinctive feature or bromeliads is the cup shaped rosette of leaves, which holds the water that nourishes the plant.
ALOCASIA - African Mask
The striking foliage of the alocasia is arrow-shaped, often with lobed or wavy edges.
Found in many homes, Monstera delisiosa climbs and sends out aerial roots that attach to supports or grow into the ground.
EPIPREMNUM AUREUM (Pothos)
Epipremnum (also known as Scindapsus) is commonly used in commercial interiors as a vining ground cover or as a cascading accent plant, often in a hanging basket.
This handsome evergreen features a single, thick trunk when young, as it matures it can be potted with multiple trunks together to form a palmlike appearance.
Anthuriums are among the best-known tropical flowers.
Aglaonema or Chinese Evergreen