1. Calamondin Orange
    Calamondin Orange
    The Calamondin orange tree, ranging from 6 ft to 25 ft high, is erect, slender, often quite cylindrical, densely branched beginning close to the ground, slightly thorny, and develops an extraordinarily deep taproot. Calamondin halves or quarters may be served with iced tea, seafood and meats, to be squeezed for their acidic juice. They were common before limes became plentiful. Some people boil the sliced fruits with cranberries to make a tart sauce. Calamondin are also preserved whole in sugar sirop, or made into sweet pickles, or marmalade. A superior marmalade is made by using equal quantities of calamondin and kumquats. Calamondin-papaya marmalade is popular. The juice is primarily valued for making acidic beverages. In some cases, the extracted juice is pasteurized and bottled commercially. This product must be stored at low temperatures to keep well. Pectin is created from the peel as a by-product of juice production.
  2. Chinese Evergreen 'Commutatum'
    Chinese Evergreen 'Commutatum'
    The Chinese evergreen is one of the best houseplants for the beginner. This plant is very tolerant of a range of light and water conditions. A native of Asia, Chinese evergreens have beautiful long green leaves. Different varieties are available with different variation of the leaves.
  3. Bamboo Palm
    Bamboo Palm
    There are many indoor palms to choose from, but most need bright indirect light in order to thrive. Bamboo palm is an exception to this rule and will grow in low light conditions, although they will grow taller under higher light conditions. Mature height varies from 4 to 12 feet with a span of 3 to 5 feet.
  4. Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree
    Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree
    The plant features very large, heavily veined and violin-shaped leaves that grow upright on a tall plant. equire bright, filtered light. They can even tolerate some full sun, especially if placed in an eastern-facing window. Plants that are kept too dark will fail to grow rapidly. Keep soil steadily moist, but don't allow it to sit in water or it will drop leaves and suffer from root rot.
  5. Umbrella Tree
    Umbrella Tree
    There are two very important parts to proper schefflera care. The first is correct sunlight and the second is proper watering. Schefflera plants are medium light plants, which means that they need bright but indirect light. A common complaint about these plants plants is that they get leggy and floppy. This problem is caused by too little light. Making sure that you are growing them in the right kind of light will help prevent leggy growth. On the other side, you do not want to place a them in direct, bright light, as this will burn the leaves. To water correctly, wait until the soil in the pot dries out and then thoroughly soak the soil when you water.
  6. Rubber Tree
    Rubber Tree
    A rubber tree is also known as a Ficus elastica. These large trees can grow up to 50 feet tall. A rubber tree houseplant needs bright light but prefers indirect light. Some people recommend putting it near a window that has sheer curtains. The rubber plant also needs the right balance of water. During the growing season, it needs to be kept moist. It is also a good idea to wipe off the leaves of your rubber tree houseplant with a damp cloth or spritz it with water. If you water the rubber tree plant too often, the leaves will turn yellow and fall off.
  7. Jade Plant
    Jade Plant
    This South African native is an easy to grow houseplant. Jades feature thick, round, green leaves on thick trunks. This plant is tolerant of a wide range of conditions, but as a succulent, it prefers to be dry. Usually Jade plants are killed by overwatering.
  8. Croton 'Petra'
    Croton 'Petra'
    Croton plants are tropicals, meaning that they thrive in warm and humid conditions. If your croton’s leaves fall off, it could be due to temperature changes, such as open doors or air ducts. A humidifier or a regular misting with water will also help your croton feel at home. Light – Croton leaf drop and a lack of fiery color can be caused by insufficient sunlight. There are more than 750 varieties of croton plant, some needing more light than others. In general, the more variegated the plant, the more light it craves. Water – The watering schedule for your other houseplants may not be suitable for your croton. Overwatering can damage the roots and cause croton leaf drop.
  9. Snake Plant
    Snake Plant
    Snake plants are probably the easiest of houseplants to take care of. These plants can be neglected for weeks at a time; yet, with their strappy leaves and architectural shape, they still look fresh. Additionally, they can survive low light levels, drought and have few insect problems. Snake plants are able to help keep the air inside your home clean, removing toxins such as formaldehyde and benzene. In short, they are the perfect houseplants.
  10. Slit Leaf Philodendron
    Slit Leaf Philodendron
    The split leaf philodendron is sometimes also known as the "Swiss Cheese plant". The Monstera deliciosa is the most well known member of the Monstera genus. It is a lovely large-leaved climbing plant that uses aerial roots as vertical supports. However, it has no suckers or adhering roots, like ivy, to pull itself up. In its native habitat, it has plenty of other flora to grow upon to help support it. As a houseplant, however, it needs the help of a pole to train it upward. Using a moss pole plant support helps enhance the tropical appearance and camouflage the woody stake. You will need a stout stake a little bit taller than the plant. Use wire snips and cut a piece of fine mesh wire just large enough to go around the stake. Staples work well to attach the hoop of wire mesh around the wooden stake. To finish this support for cheese plant, use soaked sphagnum moss. Fill in around the stake with the moss, by pushing it into the mesh.
  11. ZZ Plant
    ZZ Plant
    ZZ plants do best in bright to moderate, indirect light but will do fine in extremely low levels of light. This plant makes an ideal plant for a windowless office or bathroom where it will only receive small amounts of natural light. While ZZ plants can take direct light, you may see some scalding on the leaves if it is left in direct light. When you notice curling taking place, it typically means the plant is trying to move away from the light source. Move the plant to a shadier location or farther away from the light source. ZZ plants will do better if you leave them alone. Much like cacti, they prefer less, rather than more, water.
  12. Money Tree Plant
    Money Tree Plant
    The money tree (Pachira aquatica) is also known as Malabar chestnut or Saba nut. Money tree plants often have their slender trunks braided together and are a low maintenance option for artificially lit areas. Money tree plants are native from Mexico to northern South America. The trees can get up to 60 feet in their native habitats. In its native region, money tree plants produce fruit that are oval green pods which produce roasted nuts which taste a bit like chestnuts and can be used ground into flour. The plants get their name from Feng Shui practice which believes it will bring good luck to the owner of this attractive, interesting plant.
  13. Honey Mandarin Orange
    Honey Mandarin Orange
    The one thing that mandarin oranges have in common is that their peel or skin easily pulls away from their flesh and their segments are easily separated. Mandarins—the majority of which are smaller and squatter than most oranges–have less acid than oranges, and generally contain more water and less sugar than oranges. Mandarins vary in color from orange to deep, nearly reddish orange. Those with the deepest red-orange peels are often called tangerines. The earliest ripening mandarin oranges and their hybrids are ready in early winter. The mandarin season extends from early winter into summer—with the harvest divided into early, mid-season and late. Honey Mandarin or Murcott has a wonderfully sweet tangerine flavor and is very juicy, very small and seedy. Has a yellow-orange rind. Midseason maturing; winter into spring. If you manage to get orange trees to bloom in your house, with the aid of a south-facing window, they produce an outstanding fragrance!
  14. Night Blooming Jasmine
    Night Blooming Jasmine
    Night Blooming Jasmine (Cestrum Nocturnum) is one of the most famous and desirable fragrant plants. Flowers are pale yellow to white, open at night and stay extremely fragrant untill sunrise. Aroma is sweet, pleasant and intoxicating. These flowers are widely used in India and other countries of South Asia for perfumery, medicinal applications and in religious ceremonies. Some parts of the plant are poisonous. Growth habit: bushy shrub that can be trimmed as a hedge or forms nice round shape if you let it go. When you plant Night Blooming Jasmine, make sure to water it regularly until established. Best location will be near driveway, window or entrance, where the magic fragrance can be appreciated.
  15. Pothos 'Marble Queen'
    Pothos 'Marble Queen'
    Pothos is probably one of the most common, and easily cared for house plants. A native of Southeast Asia, Pothos is a vine with heart-shaped green leaves featuring different color variations of white and yellow (depending on the variety). Pothos is very tolerant of a wide range of light and watering conditions, making it a good plant for beginners. This vine can grow very long, and makes an attractive hanging plant, and is also a good plant to train to vine around a support.