Indoor Plants & Tropicals

Indoor plants at your home or workplace:​

  • can help improve your mood, increase your productivity, boost your concentration and  enhance your creativity

  • can reduce stress levels, lessen fatigue, and reduce the severity of sore throats and colds

  • will clean the air you breath by absorbing toxins, increasing humidity and producing oxygen

  • give life to a sterile office, give privacy and reduce noise levels

  • are therapeutic

  • can help children learn responsibility by teaching them how to care for another living thing

Low Light Plants

Interior locations, no direct sunlight, 50–250 Foot-Candles or 550–2,700 Lux

Plants in this category include Sansevieria, most Dracaena varieties, Zamiaculca Zamifolia, Aglaonema, most Fern varieties, Spathiphyllum, Bromeliad, African Violet, Hoya, Pothos, Ivy, Liriope, Dieffenbachia, Carnivorous, Bamboo, Tillandsia, and Aspidistra.

Moderate Light Plants

Indirect sunlight, near windows, 250 to 1,000 Foot-Candles or 2,700-10,750 Lux

Plants in this category include most varieties of Palms, some varieties of Ficus, Arboricola or Schefflera, variegated varieties of Dracaena and Pothos, Spiders, Nephthytis, Swedish Ivy, Wandering Jew, Anthurium, Philodendron, some succulent varieties, Calathea, Maranta, and some Ferns.

High Light Plants

Direct sunlight for a minimum of four hours/day, at least 1,000 Foot-Candles or 10,750 Lux

Plants in this category include cactus, most succulent varieties, most Ficus varieties, Yucca, Bird of Paradise, Jade, Euphorbia, Crotons, Beaucarnea, Podocarpus, Hibiscus, Oleander, Jasmine, and Citrus.