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Trending Tropical Plants

Houseplant popularity changes from year to year and Farm Life tries hard to keep up with the trends. From split leaves to fiddle figs we have them. When you need a trending plant for your interior-scape, garden center or online plant store these plants are all the rage.

Monstera deliciosa
Monstera deliciosa, or the Swiss Cheese Plant will add some very interesting tropical foliage to your house or interiorscape. This trendy houseplant developes more splits and holes as it matures. Even with all of the missing pieces, you'll get your money out of this one. Grown in 10-14 inch pots with heights of 34-46 inches.
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Ficus lyrata
The lyrata goes by the common name fiddle leaf fig and is one of the most popular tropical foliage plants for indoor use on the market today. For a houseplant, the fiddle leaf fig requires a well lit environment, but uses very little water. See Ficus lyrata care information below. We grow the Ficus lyrata in a variety of shapes and sizes from small bushes to 14 feet standards with large caliper trunks.
Ficus benghalensis 'Audrey'
The Ficus Audrey is a new arrival in the houseplant market. These beautiful Ficus trees make great indoor plants for high light areas. Our 17 and 21 inch trees are field grown to create a large caliper trunk. The Audrey is sold in a 14, 17 and 21 inch pot with heights ranging from 5.5 - 10 feet tall.
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Monstera adansonii
Imagine your favorite hanging basket houseplant. Now imagine the neighbors ten-year-old uses it for target practice to test out a new 500 count box of copper coated bb's. It's a work of art. Sometimes called the Swiss cheese plant the Monstera is a very trendy interior foliage plant. We sell this plant in an 8 inch hanging basket, with runners covering the pot.
Pilea peperomioides
The Pilea has flat round tropical foliage that are all the craze these days. The Pass It On plant or Chinese Money Plant is a small tabletop houseplant that produces pups that can be separated and planted in their own pot. Farm Life grows the Pilea in a 6 inch azalea pot with a plant height of around 10 inches.
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Sansevieria Sayuri
When all else fails try a Snake plant. With its grey-green tropical foliage the Sayuri is the perfect houseplant for a low light environment where most other plants can't survive. Our Sayuris are grown in a 10 inch pot with a height around 32 inches when finished.
Sansevieria Wintergreen
Sansevierias are perfect low light survivors. This version of the Snake plant has tall thin leaves with a horizontal pattern of white and dark green. As a bonus, it needs very little water. Our Wintergreens are grown in a 10 inch pot with a height around 36 inches when finished.
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Strelitzia nicolai 'White Bird'
Not all Bird of Paradise are the same. Our larger size white birds are planted with more advanced plants for height and younger plants for fullness. The giant green tropical foliage makes the White Bird a houseplant with style. We grow White Birds in 10 to 21 inch pots with a height range of 36 inches to 11 feet.
Fatsia japonica 'Spiders Web'
The spider's web Fatsia is a striking white and green variegated Fatsia japonica that will really stand out on a patio or bright interior space. We grow this new houseplant in a 10 inch pot.
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Ficus microcarpa 'Moclame'
Emerald green tropical foliage in abundance make the Ficus Moclame a must try houseplant. This fig plant maintains a compact spherical shape and handles interiorscape conditions better than some other types of Ficus. Farm Life grows the Moclame as a standard in 14, 17 and 21 inch pots. Heights are from 5.5 - 9.5 feet tall.
Ficus elastica 'Abidjan'
Ficus Abidjan is a dark burgundy elastica with bright pink new leaf sheaths. This trending tropical foliage plant is yet another outstanding Ficus for indoor use. While the elastica is normally sold as a small houseplant, we produce large specimen trees in a 17 inch pot to a height of about 8 feet. Even larger versions are in production now!
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Rhaphidophora tetrasperma
R. tetrasperma is also called Mini Monstera. While not part of the genus Monstera, this smaller houseplant has leaves that resemble Monstera leaves. The Mini Monstera is a vine and is usually grown on a trellis or pole. These plants are in 10 inch pots with a center pole that stands 3 feet tall. See Mini Monstera care information below.
Alocasia 'Hilo Beauty'
The Hilo Beauty is a uniquely patterned Alocasia. The delicate leaves have a camouflage pattern of light green and dark green that will really stand out as a patio or interior plant. We sell the Hilo Beauty houseplant in a 10 inch 3 gallon pot.
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Dracaena Lime Light
The Lime Light can really brighten up an interior space. The bright yellow colored foliage will fade to a lime green in lower light situations, but still provides a great contrast to other dark green tropical foliage plants. Farm Life grows the Lime Light in a 10 inch pot with a height of about 30-36 inch.
Ficus altissima 'Yellow Gem'
The Ficus 'Yellow Gem' is tropical foliage at its best. This stunning interior plant has bright yellow / green leaves that will be a gem in any interiorscape. We grow this plant as a standard in a 17 inch pot and they stand about 9 feet tall.
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Ficus umbellata
The Ficus umbellata has very large leaves. This houseplant beats even the Ficus lyrata in the size of the foliage. We are growing the umbellata in a 10 inch / 3 gallon pot as a standard that finishes at about 5 feet tall.
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