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Ficus Shivereana Tissue Culture

Ficus Shivereana Tissue Culture Ficus shivereana is a hybrid rubber plant known for its colorful, variegated foliage. Its neon green or yellow leaves are splashed with speckles of darker green. Ficus prefers rich, well-draining soil. Water plants when the top 2 inches of soil is dry. Indirect bright light. Temperatures 70-85 will be perfectly adequate. […]

Ficus Altissima Variegata Tissue Culture

Ficus Altissima Variegata Tissue Culture An absolutely stunning indoor or patio plant in the ficus family with brilliant lemon and lime variegation. Ficus prefers rich, well-draining soil. Water plants when the top 2 inches of soil is dry. Indirect bright light. Temperatures 70-85 will be perfectly adequate. REQUEST A QUOTE Description Common Name Ficus Altissima […]

Ficus Tineke Tissue Culture

Ficus Tineke Tissue Culture This rubber plant has narrower leaves and a dramatic variegated pattern. The leaves are green, yellow, white, and grayish-green and have a pink midrib. Ficus prefers rich, well-draining soil. Water plants when the top 2 inches of soil is dry. Indirect bright light. Temperatures 70-85 will be perfectly adequate. REQUEST A […]

Spathiphyllum Tissue Culture

Spathiphyllum Tissue Culture Peace lily, Spathiphyllum wallisii, is a popular, low maintenance house plant with glossy green leaves and white flowers, called spathes. Peace lilies can tolerate short periods of dry soil. Keep the soil lightly moist to the touch but not overly saturated. Indirect but bright sunlight. Best in temperatures between 65°F and 75°F […]

Philodendron Paraiso Verde Tissue Culture

Philodendron ‘Paraiso Verde’ Tissue Culture Philodendron ‘Paraiso Verde’ is rare, beautiful and easy to grow. A fast climber with highly variegated, large leaves, and vines. Plant in moist, well-drained potting soil. Water when the top half of the soil has dried out. Give this plant bright, indirect light. Prefers temperatures between 65 and 85 degrees […]

Philodendron Golden Emerald Tissue Culture

Philodendron Golden Emerald Tissue Culture Philodendron Golden Emerald houseplant is a bright neon yellow vine with paddle-shaped leaves. It’s a hardy, decorative indoor plant. Loose, acidic potting soil that’s rich in organic matter. Water this plant whenever the top inch of soil has dried out. Partial sunlight. Temperatures 65-80 will be perfectly adequate. REQUEST A […]

Philodendron Xanadu Gold Tissue Culture

Philodendron Xanadu Gold Tissue Culture The golden variety of philodendron xanadu gold is a hybrid with Neon Yellow leaves which are multi-lobed and glossy. Loose, acidic potting soil that’s rich in organic matter. Water this plant whenever the top inch of soil has dried out. Partial sunlight. Temperatures 65-80 will be perfectly adequate. REQUEST A […]

Philodendron Warscewiczii Tissue Culture

Philodendron Warscewiczii Tissue Culture Philodendron warscewiczii: This eye-catching neon-yellow and gold houseplant is guaranteed to grab the attention of any visitors. Loose, acidic potting soil that’s rich in organic matter. Water this plant whenever the top inch of soil has dried out. Partial sunlight. Temperatures 65-80 will be perfectly adequate. REQUEST A QUOTE Description Common […]

Dracaena Draco Tissue Culture

Dracaena Draco Tissue Culture The dragon tree (Dracaena draco) is an evergreen succulent tree native to subtropical zones and can be grown outdoors or as a houseplant. Dragon tree prefers a very loose, well-drained potting mix. Allow the plants to dry between waterings, but not completely. Grow in relatively bright light, but it may resent […]

Syngonium ‘Milk Confetti’ Tissue Culture

Syngonium ‘Milk Confetti’ Tissue Culture Syngonium ‘Milk Confetti’ has beautiful leaves in shades of pink, white and mint green, and it makes an attractive and colorful addition to any houseplant collection. Traditional soil-based potting mix. Dry out partially between waterings but never completely. Bright light but no direct sun. Temperatures 60-75 will be perfectly adequate. […]

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