Discover beautiful houseplants to love and learn its care

Find plants by they look and learn its care. Plants for beginners, plants safe for pets, air purifier plants and more!

51 plants
  • Alocasia Stingray

    Alocasia Stingray is an exotic and rare plant that is easy to keep alive. This Elephant Ear is getting popular and its famous by it's unique leaf shape with a long tail pointing upwards that reminds us a stingray. Like some other alocasias it needs bright indirect light (south- or west-facing windows are best) and loves moist well-draining soil mixed with organic matter.

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  • Cast Iron Plant Milky Way

    Aspidistra Elatior Milky Way is an easy, low maintenance and drought tolerant plant that is recommended for beginners and travelers, as it can survive without water for a time. Aspidistra grows in the dark undergrowth of the forest from Asia, that's why this plant grows so well in low-light conditions and it's for being one of the best office plants. Cast iron plants are safe for cats, dogs, and children because they are non-toxic and its leaves have a dark green color and can grow slowly up to 90 cm.

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  • Cast Iron Plant

    Aspidistra Elatior is a hardy plant easy for beginners due to its low maintenance. Aspidistra is originally from Asia and is a recommended plant for travelers because it is a drought-tolerant plant. It has dark green leaves and can slowly grow up to 90cm. It's common to use Aspidistra Elatior as an office plant because it tolerates all ranges of light conditions. Cast Iron plants are safe for cats, dogs, and children because it's not toxic.

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  • String of Hearts Variegata

    The Ceropegia Woodii Variegata is a trailing plant native to South Africa. The delicate heart-shaped foliage and slender vines can reach up to 12' long in its natural environment and have earned this plant many nicknames, including Rosary Vine and Sweetheart Vine.

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  • String of Hearts

    The Ceropegia Woodii is a trailing plant native to South Africa. The delicate heart-shaped foliage and slender vines can reach up to 12' long in its natural environment, and has earned this plant many nicknames, including Rosary Vine and Sweetheart Vine.

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  • Green Prayer Plant

    Maranta Leuconeura Kerchoveana is a low but spreading plant most often potted in hanging baskets. It can also be seen growing horizontally over flat surfaces. Its growth is fairly slow, so you don't have to worry about it growing more than you'd want.

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  • Monstera Adansonii Variegata

    Monstera Adansonii is famous because of the unique variegated foliage and leaves with holes that need more light than the ones without variegation and loves bright light. All plants with variegations (yellow or white parts)need a little more sunlight to survive since they have less chlorophyll than regular green monsteras. It's mildly toxic if ingested so you better keep an eye on your pets or children and thanks to its aerial roots it climbs trees, totems, wood or whatever it has nearby.

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  • Monstera Adansonii

    Monstera Adansonii is famous because of the unique foliage, survives in low-light spots and its easy care which makes it a perfect plant for beginners. Monstera Adansonii is often confused with Monstera Obliqua due to both have holes in their leaves. It's mildly toxic if ingested so you better keep an eye on your pets or children and thanks to its aerial roots it climbs trees, totems, wood or whatever it has nearby.

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  • Monstera Deliciosa

    Monstera Deliciosa Variegata is recognizable by its large, glossy green and white leaves with deep splits and holes. Like most houseplants, it’s native to the tropics.

  • Monstera Deliciosa

    Monstera Deliciosa is recognizable by its large, glossy unique green leaves with deep splits and holes called fenestrations that appear when the plant matures. Monsteras are climbing plants native to southern Mexico and Central America that use its aerial roots to cling to large trees, so you should provide it with moss-covered support sticks or a trellis. If its aerial roots get unruly you can trim them, but it’s best to just tuck them back into the pot. Monsteras are toxic if ingested, so think it twice before getting one if you have cats, dogs or children.

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  • Monstera Peru

    Monstera Peru commonly known as Karstenianum is a very rare fast-growing plant. It has spectacularly puckered leaves that are thick and unusually rigid. When grown on a totem, a larger and healthier growth can be expected. Keep it seriously away from pets and children because it's highly toxic if ingested.

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  • Monstera Pinnatipartita

    Monstera Pinnatipartita is an evergreen climbing plant with big leaves originally from South America. It has divided leaves when it matures and produces white waxy flowers. Monstera Pinnatipartita must be placed away from the direct sun because it will burn its leaves, and far from pets and children because it's mildly toxic if ingested. It is so recommended to use totems or to place it in a spot where it can trail to maximize its growth.

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  • White Sansevieria

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Bantels Sensation is a snake plant variety that is drought-tolerant so it's recommended for travelers. It has white vertical striping in the thin but tall leaves and it's commonly mistaken with Sansevieria Metallica because they look similar, but this one has more yellowish and narrow leaves. As other sansevierias, this species can bloom in summer with sweetly fragrant greenish-white flowers but this cultivar rarely seems to do so. Take into account that sansevierias are toxic to cats, dogs, and people if ingested, so keep them in a safe spot.

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  • Sansevieria Black Coral

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Coral is a snake plant variety with narrow leaves with vertically wide gray-green wavy horizontal bands over a dark green background. The leaves are so dark when they first emerge they almost appear black and these younger leaves lack any of the bandings that show up as the leaves age. Sansevieria Trifasciata are poisonous to dogs and cats (they can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea) and are considered air purifiers because they filter some toxins from the air. This cultivar plant is sometimes confused in the trade or claimed to be synonymous with an older Sansevieria Trifasciata variety called 'Black Gold', which should have a yellow margin that this one lacks.

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  • Sansevieria Black Dragon

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Dragon is a snake plant variety originally from Africa that is almost indestructible because it survives in low light and is drought tolerant. The snake plant is an easy plant that makes it ideal for beginners. Sansevieria Black Dragon is a rare variety with a not variegated thick dark green leaves and compact shape. Snake Plants have become popular because is an air purifier plant that filters toxins.

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  • Sansevieria Black Gold

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Gold is an easy plant that tolerates low light and even artificial and is drought-tolerant which makes it a perfect plant for beginners because it can grow anywhere. Snake plants are air purifier plants so they are famous as a bedroom and office plants. About 1-meter tall green leaves are edged in gold and require no pruning due to its slow growth habit.

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  • Sansevieria Black Robusta

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Robusta, also known as Snake Plant is a hardy drought-tolerant plant with long, broad leaves commonly confused with Sansevieria Black Coral. Because of their adaptability and tolerance, its catalog as a beginner, low light plants that makes it perfect for offices. Their broad leaves soak up toxins and carbon dioxide and produce oxygen to help purify the air in the room. Unfortunately for a lot of people, snake plants are not safe for cats or dogs because they are mildly toxic if ingested. A good practice to keep your pet safe with toxic plants around is to provide him some weed to purge himself. With that, he will not need to eat other plants.

  • Sansevieria Cylindrica

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Cylindrica, also know as the cylindrical snake plant, is a succulent plant native to Africa perfect for beginners because it thrives in bright light, but in low-light conditions as well and it's drought-tolerant. Sansevieria Cylindrica has striped, smooth, greenish-gray subcylindrical leaves that can grow up to 2 meters. The most common reason of a snake plant death is over watering. This plant is mildly toxic if ingested so take action if you have cats, dogs or children.

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  • Sansevieria Futura Superba

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Futura Superba is a resistant, drought-resistant, low maintenance and air purifying indoor plant native to Africa, perfect for beginners. This snake plant can grow up to 1.5 meters, it is slightly toxic if ingested and, since it removes toxins from the air, it is a perfect plant for offices and bedrooms.

  • Golden Hahnii

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Gold Hahnii is a compact snake plant variety perfect for beginners. It grows up to 30cm tall and it has gray-green leaves with dark green cross-bands and broad, creamy-yellow margins. Sansevieria is slightly toxic if ingested so make sure your cat, dog or children don't eat it.

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  • Sansevieria Laurentii

    Sansevieria Laurentii is the most sold variety of Sansevieria, native to Africa, and well-known for being one of the lowest maintenance and easiest plants on earth that makes it a perfect plant for beginners or for people who travels a lot. Sansevieria Trifasciata Laurentii can grow up to 1.2 meters and it's recognizable by its tight clump of dark green leaves with lighter gray-green zig-zag and yellow stripes along the margins. Snake plants are succulents air purifiers, it means they are plants that improve the air quality by removing toxins from the air. Before having a sansevieria, make sure your cat, dog or children don't eat it because it's toxic if ingested.

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  • Sansevieria Moonshine

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Moonshine is a Snake Plant variety originally from Africa that has a very unique pale silver-grey-green foliage with dark green margins that will turn dark in shade. Sansevieria Moonshine is a hard plant perfect for beginners because it survives in low light conditions and is drought-tolerant, meaning you should let the soil dry out between waterings. Sansevieria Trifasciata species contain mildly toxic compounds that cause irritation in the stomach or in the mouth.

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  • Snake Plant Whitney

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Whitney are flowering plants native to Africa and are grown as houseplant in cooler climes. They do love warmth and bright light, but will also tolerate low-light conditions which makes it a perfect plant for beginners. It is important that they are grown in well-draining compost and not over-watered, or they may rot easily. The snake plant Whitney is a compact Sansevieria, with a growth rate of 45-50 cm, and an average of 4 leaves per plant.

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  • String of Pearls

    Senecio rowleyanus is creeping an odd looking plant that many people enjoy adding to their indoor gardens. Though the flowers may seem small and unattractive to some people, if they’re even lucky enough to get them, others find the faint white blooms (which smell a bit like cinnamon) quite welcome.

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  • Peace Lily Domino

    Domino Peace Lily is a variegated form of the common Peace Lily. This tough and easy to grow plant has blotches of white all over each leaf.

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  • Peace Lily Sensation

    This variety of Spathiphyllum Wallisii is a giant among Peace Lilies, growing up to 6 feet tall, with proportionately large blooms.

  • Peace Lily

    The Peace Lily has been around for decades for a good reason: It is one of the easiest houseplants to grow. Spathiphyllums have been proven to be among the best houseplants to help improve indoor air quality. Plus, it happily blooms throughout the year.

  • ZZ Plant Raven

    Zamioculca Zamiifolia raven born the summer of 2017. It has an attractive dark glossy foliage and it's easy to care.

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  • ZZ Plant

    Zamioculca Zamiifolia is an african native plant that doesn't require a lot of water and it's famous mainly for its attractive glossy foliage and easy care.

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