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The Schefflera is good if you need a
bushy plant from top to bottom. It stays straight up and down. The
Schefflera likes moderate to bright light. Watering should go from
wet to the low end of moist on your moisture meter. If it gets too
dry, the leaves will yellow. If it gets too wet, it will drop green
leaves. Major pest concerns would be mealy bugs or spider mites.
The Bird of Paradise is a good
tall, slender, up and down plant. It is a top grow only plant. The
new leaves unroll out of new spikes. They don?t always open evenly.
That is what creates the tear look in the leaves. The White Bird of
Paradise likes medium to high light. Major pests for this plant is
the spider mite and scale.
The Spath Sensation is a very
attractive floor plant commonly known as a peace lily as it
frequently has a white bloom. This variety is known as a sensation
because of its large wide leaves. It grows to a height of about 3
feet and will do well in a low light to high light areas. The plant
likes a lot of moisture so keep in the wet down to the moist range
constantly. In low light keep it in the moist range. If it runs too
dry, the leaves will sag but will recover a few hours after
watering. The variety shown here has been grown in a 14" growing
The Yucca plant is a member of
the dracaena family of cane plants. It can handle direct sun as well
as very hot areas. This is a very desert-like looking plant that is
almost impervious to plant disease. They may have mealy bug or
spider mite, but the biggest killer of this plant is keeping it too
The Aboracolla is a member of
the tubadentus family and is a small leaf version of the Shefflera.
It can handle medium to high light and should be kept in the moist
range. When it is too wet, this plant will drop green leaves and if
it is too dry the leaves will turn yellow. The 2 pests that seem to
bother this plant are mealy bug and spider mite.
The Rubber Plant is a member of
the ficus family. As a result it likes to be kept in the moderate to
high light range. It should to be kept in the moist range not wet !
The mealy bug is the most common pest to attack this plant. It is
available with a green, dark green and variegated leaves.
The Spiral Dwarf Alberta Spruce
makes a great plant for the front porch, lawn or patio plant. It is
a full sun plant...not an indoor plant. This spruce is a dense slow
growing, perfectly cone shaped evergreen shrub which has been
trained into a topiary landscape plant. New growth emerges bright
green turning gray green with aging. To maintain its form, prune
lightly in late summer and winter. Water thoroughly and allow to dry
between waterings. Use all purpose fertilizer in spring before new
The Privet is another great
entry way or patio plant. It is usually done as a 2 or 3 tiered
topiary and is a full sun type plant that has a white flower in late
spring and early summer. New growth emerges as a light green and
darkens with age. Water the Privet until wet and allow to dry. If it
is too dry, the leaves will begin to shrivel and yellow. It can be
trimmed at anytime of the year to keep its shape, but it is
preferable to trim it after it is finished blooming.
Arilia makes a nice floor plant if you have a
high light area. The soil likes to range from wet to moist.
Its leaves are slender and mature growth is a very dark green.
It grows pretty much up and down and keeps a
compact format. In a 14" grower pot the plant will reach
7' to 8' in height. The pest to be on the alert for
would be mealy bug or spider mite.