Indoor Plants

Indoor plants, also called houseplants, are plants grown indoors for decorative, psychological or air purification purposes. Commonly used in homes and offices, indoor plants require special consideration of lighting, temperature, humidity, soil, and pot sizes in order to match the right plant for your space. Indoor plants are typically chosen to be sturdy and low-maintenance so that even the most forgetful or on-the-go owners can maintain the health of their plants. With a variety of plant shapes, heights, sizes, and custom pots designs to use, indoor plants are often a great addition to any interior space.

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Paddle Plants

Paddle Plants, scientifically known as Kalanchoe luciae, is a stocky succulent with round paddle shaped leaves. Found naturally in Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa, and Swaziland, the edges of the paddle plant become tinged with pink when stressed with direct sunlight and cool temperatures. Paddle plants are easy to maintain in indoor environments due to their drought resistant properties and preference for bright light, average humidity levels, and dry (or medium moist) well-drained soils. Paddle plants should only be watered when the soil has completely dried out.

Paddle plants grow to heights between 1’-2’ (30.5-61 cm) with spring blooming stalks of 2’-3’ (61-91.4 cm).

Multiple drawings of Paddle Plants in elevation with dimensions for average heights of plant growth
Paddle Plants, scientifically known as Kalanchoe luciae, is a stocky succulent with round paddle shaped leaves. Paddle plants are easy to maintain in indoor environments due to their drought resistant properties and preference for bright light, average humidity levels, and dry well-drained soils.

Paddle plants grow to heights between 1’-2’ (30.5-61 cm) with spring blooming stalks of 2’-3’ (61-91.4 cm).

Multiple drawings of Paddle Plants in elevation with dimensions for average heights of plant growth
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Height (Typical): 1’-2’ | 30-60 cm
Height (Maximum): 2’-3’ | 60-90 cm stalk (spring bloom)
Leaf Width: 6”-8” | 15-20 cm
Leaf Length: 8” | 20 cm
Appearance: Thick, stocky, fleshy, round/paddle shaped leaves
Climate: Desert (Succulent)
Care: Bright light, average humidity, dry to medium moisture well-drained soil
Scientific Name: Kalanchoe luciae

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Paddle Plants front elevation (multiple)

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Fiddle-Leaf Figs

Fiddle-Leaf Figs, scientifically known as Ficus lyrata, are tall upright tropical ficus plants with variable large and broad violin-shaped leaves. Often grown indoors as houseplants, fiddle-leaf figs should be potted in containers and repotted yearly as their roots grow.

Fiddle-leaf figs grow up to 40’-50’ (12-15 m) outdoors, but commonly have heights between 3’-5’ (.9-1.5 m) when maintained as houseplants.

Collection of dimensioned Potted Fiddle-Leaf Fig Plants with varied heights and widths
Fiddle-Leaf Figs, scientifically known as Ficus lyrata, are tall upright tropical ficus plants with variable large and broad violin-shaped leaves. Often grown indoors as houseplants, fiddle-leaf figs should be potted in containers and repotted yearly as their roots grow.

Fiddle-leaf figs grow up to 40’-50’ (12-15 m) outdoors, but commonly have heights between 3’-5’ (.9-1.5 m) when maintained as houseplants.

Collection of dimensioned Potted Fiddle-Leaf Fig Plants with varied heights and widths
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Height (Typical): 3’-5’ | .9-1.5 m; up to 10’ | 3 m (indoor)
Height (Maximum): 40’-50’ | 12-15 m
Leaf Width: 10”-12” | 25-30 cm
Leaf Length: 15”-18” | 37-45 cm
Appearance: Tall upright plant, large and broad violin-shaped leaves
Climate: Tropical, subtropical, temperate
Care: Bright filtered light, moist soil, warm environment
Scientific Name: Ficus lyrata

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Fiddle-Leaf Fig front elevations (multiple)

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Split-Leaf Philodendron

The Split-Leaf Philodendron, also known as the ‘Swiss cheese’ plant and Monstera deliciosa, is a popular and captivating tropical plant known for its large heart-shaped leaves and rapid widespread growth. Preferring high humidity and moderate to bright light, the split-leaf philodendron is a dependable and sturdy indoor plant cultivated in tropical, subtropical, and temperate environments. Philodendron leaves spread out with age to a width that may double the height.

The split-leaf philodendron commonly grows to a height between 3’-4’ (.91-1.2 m) indoors and can grow up to 30’ (9 m) in the wild.

Collection of silhouette drawings of a Split-Leaf Philodendron with measured dimensions and a cat for scale
The Split-Leaf Philodendron, also known as the ‘Swiss cheese’ plant and Monstera deliciosa, is a popular and captivating tropical plant known for its large heart-shaped leaves and rapid widespread growth. Philodendron leaves spread out with age to a width that may double the height.

The split-leaf philodendron commonly grows to a height between 3’-4’ (.91-1.2 m) indoors and can grow up to 30’ (9 m) in the wild.

Collection of silhouette drawings of a Split-Leaf Philodendron with measured dimensions and a cat for scale
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Height (Typical): 3’-4’ | .91-1.2 m (indoor)
Height (Maximum): 30’ | 9 m (wild)
Spread: 4’ | 1.2 m; 1-2x spread to height ratio on age
Appearance: Large, glossy, perforated evergreen leaves
Climate: Tropical, subtropical, temperate
Care: Moderate to bright light, moist soil, humidity preferred
Scientific Name: Philodendron bipinnatifidum

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Split-Leaf Philodendron front elevation (multiple plants)

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Aloe Vera

Aloe vera plants (Aloe barbadensis) are perennial plants popular for their therapeutic healing and soothing properties when used to create ointments and gums. Characterized by their sword-like pointed leaves, aloe vera plants are found in tropical, sub-tropical, and desert regions and are commonly planted in containers for indoor use—though potting an aloe vera may limit its height capabilities.

Aloe vera plants typically grow between 1’-2’ (30-61 cm) tall, but can grow up to 3’ (91 cm) in the right conditions.

Illustration of various shapes and sizes of potted aloe vera plants for indoor household uses
Aloe vera plants are perennial plants popular for their healing and soothing properties. Characterized by sword-like pointed leaves, aloe vera plants are found in tropical and subtropical regions.

Aloe vera plants typically grow between 1’-2’ (30-61 cm) tall, but can grow up to 3’ (91 cm) in the right conditions.

Illustration of various shapes and sizes of potted aloe vera plants for indoor household uses
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Height (Typical): 1’-2’ | 30-61 cm
Height (Maximum): 3’ | 91 cm
Spread: 1’-3’ | 30-91 cm
Appearance: Thick, short-stemmed, sword-shaped
Climate: Tropical, sub-tropical, desert
Scientific Name: Aloe barbadensis

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Aloe Vera front elevations (multiple)

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Peace Lily

Peace lilies, of the Spathiphyllum genus, are tropical evergreen perennials with white blooms and lance shaped glossy green leaves. Popular as an easy-going houseplant that removes pollutants from the air, the peace lily will bloom in the spring with proper care and light. If you have small children or household animals such as dogs or cats, keep the plant away from reach as the leaves of the peace lily contain calcium oxalate which is poisonous in large amounts. Peace lilies are happy in well-lit areas with non-direct light, semi-humid environments (mist occasionally), and moist well-draining soil.

Peace lilies typically grow to a height of 24”-40” (61-102 cm) with larger variants growing up to 32”-50” (81-127 cm).

Collection of illustrations of Peace Lilies in a row with varying heights
Peace lilies, of the Spathiphyllum genus, are tropical evergreen perennials with white blooms and lance shaped glossy green leaves. Popular as an easy-going houseplant that removes pollutants from the air, the peace lily will bloom in the spring with proper care and light. If you have small children

Peace lilies typically grow to a height of 24”-40” (61-102 cm) with larger variants growing up to 32”-50” (81-127 cm).

Collection of illustrations of Peace Lilies in a row with varying heights
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Height (Typical): 24”-40” | .9-1.5 m
Height (Deluxe): 32”-50” | 81-127 cm
Leaf Width: 3”-10” | 3-25 cm
Leaf Length: 5”-25” | 12-65 cm
Appearance: Glossy lance shaped leaves, white lily flowers
Climate: Tropical
Care: Well-lit non-direct light, humid environments, moist well-drained soil
Scientific Name: Spathiphyllum

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Peace Lily elevation (multiple heights)

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