Is there a little something missing from the window above your kitchen sink? Do you need a splash of color on the living room mantle? Do you suffer gardening withdrawals during the long winters?

Not only can indoor plants remedy these issues, but they are generally low-maintenance and forgiving. Our shop features a great selection of indoor plants, trees, cacti, succulents and a few knick-knacks. Please call ahead to ask if a particular plant is in stock.

Air Plants 101

Plants in the genus Tillandsia are commonly referred to as Air Plants and are becoming more popular as indoor plants. They come in a variety of unique shapes and colors, and are incredibly versatile as decorations because they do not require soil. Read our Air Plants 101 blog to learn more.

Xerographica

Our bravest succulents, indoor plants and pottery stole the show on King5's New Day NW alongsideĀ Bellevue Lifestyle Magazine's Caitlin Agnew. Here's the segment from April 23.

 

8 thoughts on “Indoor Plants

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    Cristalle - February 5, 2019

    Hi, I’m driving down from BC next week, and wondering if you have any chinese dunce caps (orostachys boehmeri) in stock? Do you also know if I need any special certificates/permits to bring it back home across the border?

    Thank you!

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      Sam Wigness - February 6, 2019

      Hi Cristalle,

      We are glad you are making the journey to our nursery! Unfortunately, we do not have Orostachys boehmeri currently in stock and are unlikely to have it during your visit. We suggest you check Southland’s Nursery in Vancouver, B.C.

      As far as importing purchases back home, please refer to: this webpage to search your plant request and see the required documentation. Like most retail nurseries in the US, we do not provide any certification for importing or exporting plants.

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    Plantar morangueiros - March 30, 2019

    You can ship to Portugal?

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      Sam Wigness - April 2, 2019

      I’m sorry, we don’t ship any of our products except for gift cards.

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    Fancy Plants Nursery - April 11, 2019

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Fancy Plants Nursery - April 11, 2019

    Good article & excellent way to articulate. Keep it up.

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    anna - April 23, 2019

    just wondering if you had any alocasia in stock, particularly any with pink stems?

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      Sam Wigness - April 23, 2019

      Hi Anna,

      I just went through our indoor plant stock and it doesn’t look like we have any Alocasia plants at the moment. We get new indoor plants about once a month, so check back later in the spring!

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