Pathos Marble Queen
Native to French Polynesia, Marble Queen Pothos is now a very common ornamental plant both in the tropical and temperate regions, widely grown for its creamy white and green variegated foliage according to the University of Florida. The botanical name is Epipremnum aureum but popularly known as Devil’s Ivy or Money Plant.
This plant has an excellent ability to stay indoors as it can survive under low light or even in fluorescent light and requires minimum care. After adding this to your indoors, you would inhale a series of fresh air because Ginny Peperomia has the ability to remove all the dangerous pollutants from the air. This plant is such a charmer that if you prefer placing it on a shelf or a table, it will enhance the atmosphere more.
Tradescantia Albovittata Albiflora
Tradescantia is commonly referred to as the inch plant. It is native from Brazil to northern Argentina. It is an evergreen trailing plant that will root at the nodes as it goes along the ground forming an attractive, albeit somewhat invasive, ground cover. It is a rapid grower. It is easily grown indoors in pots or baskets.
Pepperomia Tri Colour
The variegated peperomia leaves can have marbling patterns or brightly-colored edges. Peperomia prostrata (string of turtles peperomia) is a type of hanging peperomia plant with cascading foliage of oval leaves. The delicate peperomia leaves have light-green veins that look like a turtle’s shell.
Senecio 'Hippogriff' Commonly Referred To As The Dolphin Plant Or Dolphin Succulent
Dolphin plants are hybrids that bring extra charm to a sea-themed planter. Their unusual leaf form has typical succulent plumpness with low maintenance and few growing issues. The main thing to remember is that the plant is a succulent and requires well-draining soil to thrive.
Hindu Rope Hoya Carnosa
Its draping vines resemble thick ropes with their crowded, contorted leaves. These fleshy, curled leaves, which may be either solid dark green in color or variegated green and white, have an attractive glossy or waxy appearance. The clusters of small star-shaped flowers are also often waxy. And they are so delightfully perfect, they appear to be made of porcelain.
Hoya carnosa compacta is a popular variety of the Hoya genus to grow as a houseplant – with good reason. This plant is great for hanging pots and ledges that will show off its verdant trailing vines.
With minimal effort, you can enjoy the Hindu rope plant’s remarkable foliage for many, many years – even decades! And with just a little patience and added attention, you will be treated to its exquisite flower clusters. So here’s everything you need to know to take good care of a Hindu rope plant and encourage it to produce eye-catching, long-lasting blooms.
Its common name is Trailing Watermelon Begonia, but it is not a watermellon or a begonia at all. It is an herbaceous perennial native to Southeast Asia. It is a small, 6-inch plant that can spread to 2 feet wide by means of stems that root where they touch the ground. It is most often used as a houseplant, in terrariums, hanging baskets or, in agreeable climates, as a groundcover. Although it is a flowering plant, the blossoms rarely appear on indoor plants, are green, blend with the foliage, and not very showy. It is typically grown for its lush and attractive foliage, which is also its only association with Begonias.
This is a tropical plant that grows easily in bright indirect light and a humid atmosphere. Keep soil consistently moist during the growing season, but reduce watering somewhat from fall to late winter. This plant needs very good soil drainage. Pinch stems to shape as needed. Propagate it easily through stem cuttings.
Tradescantia Fluminensis Rainbow
Rainbow Tradescantia may have difficulty thriving and will drop leaves 🍃, without ample sunlight.
Place it less than 3 feet from a south-facing window to maximize the potential for growth.
Tri-Color Bolivian Jew - Callisia Pepens Variegated
Makes for a beautiful hanging basket cascading down all the way around the hanging basket or to use as a ground cover under large plants in containers. This plant does require a lot of moisture to thrive. Grows very fast. To root all you have to do is place a small amount of the plant in moist soil and cover it up and it will root within days. Anytime the plant touches soil it will root at that joint.
This plant comes in two species, solid green and variegated with green/pink/purple solids and strips.
I would highly recommend this plant to anyone for hanging baskets or ground covers for larger plants.
Purple Variegated Setcreasea Plant, Better Known As The Wandering Jew
The setcreasea plant, commonly known as purple heart or wanderingJew (Setcreasea pallida), bears vivid purple foliage and pale purple tri-petaled flowers. Break apart the plant's root ball and place it in the container so it sits at the same depth as it did in its plastic container.
Spotted Wandering Jew - Tinantia Pringlei
Spotted Wandering Jew features dainty lavender cup-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems from early summer to early fall. Its attractive pointy leaves remain grayish green in color with distinctive deep purple spots and tinges of silver throughout the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.
Tradescantaia Fluminensis 'Lavender' - Inch Plant / Lavender
Tradescantia fluminensis, also known as inch plant or wandering Jew, is a spiderwort appreciated for its easy care and propagation.
Although its quick growth has earned this species a status as pest plant in many countries, it’s perfect for anyone looking to add a little green to their home without too much of a hassle. And if you love a splash of color, there are variegated cultivars with pale pink coloration as well!
Keep reading for everything you need to know about Tradescantia fluminensis care and growing Tradescantia fluminensis in your own home.