Houseplants and Tropicals

Greenhouse Plants

Houseplants and tropical plants are beloved by many for their beauty, versatility, and ability to bring a touch of nature into our indoor spaces. Whether you’re looking to add a splash of color to your living room, purify the air in your bedroom, or simply enjoy the relaxing presence of greenery, there are countless types of houseplants and tropical plants to choose from at Martin Garden Center. We have one of the largest indoor Greenhouses in the upstate. We carry a vast selection of houseplants and tropicals. Some of our most popular items are listed below:

Fern Table
  • Bromeliad
  • Diffenbachia
  • Meyer Lemon
  • Ferns
    • Asparagus
    • Boston
    • Button/Lemon Button
    • Crocodile
    • Dallas
    • Elkhorn
    • Florida Ruffles
    • Kimberly
    • Maiden hair
    • Mother
    • Pteris
    • Rabbits foot

More About Houseplants and Tropicals

Houseplants are a broad category of plants that are suited to indoor growing conditions. They can range from small, easy-to-care-for succulents and cacti to large, leafy trees such as ficus or rubber plants. One of the main benefits of houseplants is that they can improve air quality by removing toxins and pollutants from the air. In addition, houseplants can also help reduce stress and promote relaxation by providing a calming presence in our homes.

Tropicals are a type of houseplant that typically originates from tropical or subtropical regions of the world. These plants are known for their lush foliage, bright colors, and exotic appearance. Some popular tropical plants include monstera, bird of paradise, hibiscus, and orchids. Tropical plants require specific growing conditions to thrive, such as warm temperatures, high humidity, and plenty of sunlight. If you live in a cooler or drier climate, you may need to create a more humid environment for your tropical plants by misting them regularly or using a humidifier.

One of the benefits of tropical plants is that they can add a bold and dramatic touch to your home decor. For example, the large, glossy leaves of a monstera plant can make a statement in any room, while the vibrant blooms of a hibiscus can bring a pop of color to a sunny patio or balcony. In addition to their aesthetic appeal, tropical plants are also associated with various health benefits. For example, the leaves of the aloe vera plant contain a gel that is known for its soothing and healing properties, while the scent of lavender can help promote relaxation and improve sleep quality.