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Hawaiian Schefflera arboricola gold capella has masses of small gold and green leaves
Schefflera arboricola
An Arboricola, or Hawaiian Schefflera, originally came from Taiwan and, when grown as an outdoor plant, even flowers. Hawaiian Schefflera plants can be as large as 8ft specimen trees and some have beautiful braided trunks. This pl... Read More
Hawaiian Scheffleras are bushy plants with hundreds of small, shiny, leathery leaves
Schefflera arboricola
An Arboricola, or Hawaiian Schefflera plant, originally came from Taiwan and can be grown as an indoor houseplant or an outdoor plant in moderate climates. Hawaiian Scheffleras can be as large as 8ft specimen trees with beautiful ... Read More
Dark green heart shaped leaves on Heartleaf philodendron vine.
Scandens oxycardium
Philodendron cordatum Sweetheart Philodendron
There are over 200 different varieties of philodendron plants that come in different sizes, colors, and leaf shapes. The heartleaf or sweetheart philodendron has dark green, shiny, heart-shaped leaves and looks great as a table o... Read More
Bright red flowers on Hibiscus plant
Hibiscus trionum
Flower of the Hour Plant
Hibiscus plants are found outdoors in tropical and sub-tropical areas throughout the world. They also do well as indoor plants in warm, temperate climates. There are hundreds of varieties of Hibiscus and all bloom indoors when giv... Read More
Pink waxy flowers, twisted leaves on Hindu Rope Plant
Hoya Carnosa Compacta
Krinkle Curl Hoya Plant
Unique Hindu rope plants, Hoya carnosa compacta, are draping succulent vines that produce clusters of star-shaped waxy flowers. The thick, twisted, curly, cupped leaves of a Hindu rope plant are why it’s often called Krinkle Kur... Read More
Pink Hoya Plant
Hoya carnosa
Wax Plant
There are over 200 species of the easy to grow almost indestructible hoya plant. Hoya plants are often referred to as Wax plants because of the waxy nature of their leaves and flowers. They have long trailing vines that often inte... Read More
White Star shaped flowers on Hoya Shooting Stars
Hoya Multiflora
Wax Plant Porcelain Flower
The Hoya Shooting Stars Plant is native to Thailand and Malaysia. White blooms on the Hoya Shooting Stars plant appear in large clusters, with the waxy petals leaning back behind the center of the flower, like shooting stars. Ther... Read More
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