Our greenhouse fills the winter void by adding loads of new houseplants from California and Florida.  With this massive selection, we have houseplants to fit all your needs.  We have low-water succulents and high-humidity loving ferns.  We have carnivorous plants, indoor trees, and hanging plants. What kind of houseplant are you looking for? We have them all!


You’ll find tiny 2 inch succulents, 10 foot Fiddle Leaf Figs, and every shape and size in between.


Do you have a dark space or room without windows?  Try one of many varieties of Philodendron that thrive in low light.  Do you have a big, bright, sun filled room?  A citrus tree soaks in the sun while providing you with intoxicating fragrance and delicious fruit.


For a more traditional look, go with an Orchid or a Peace Lily.  For something with a little whimsy, check out a Flowering Anthurium with red, heart-shaped spathes and fleshy, flowering spikes.


We have more than 50 shades of green, but if you’re looking for more pop try a Croton with bright yellow, orange, red and green leaves.   The dark green leaves of a Red Chinese Evergreen are flushed with bright red, making it a great accent piece for any home.

Don’t forget to check our great pottery selection to give your new plant a fashionable and functional space to live.


Originally published on January 3, 2017. Updated on Dec. 28, 2018.

4 Responses to “Houseplants”

  1. Nathan says:

    We have a new office lease and we are trying to find an office plant service. Specifically, I’m searching for a service where someone comes out and looks at our office, then brings plants for our looks/taste, then services the plants bi-monthly or monthly to make sure they are doing well.

  2. Crystal says:

    I noticed that the last house plant I purchased at your shop was mislabeled. You had it marked as a Calathea but it is not in the genus Calathea. The plant is actually a Ctenanthe burle-marxii ‘Amagris’.

    I am also wondering if you will ever carry Calathea orbifolia, C. fasciata, or C. rotundifolia.

    • jesse says:

      Sorry about that! Typically when we order Calathea, we simply request assorted varieties. It is likely that, because Ctenanthe is so closely related to Calathea, the grower grouped them all together in the order. As we generally order assortments (not specific varieties), there’s no guarantee that we would for sure have any of the varieties you’ve asked about. We can certainly place a special order for specific varieties if that’s something you’d like to do. Please contact Troy at (970)482-1984 for more information on how to place a special order.

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