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The weeping fig is part of the Ficus plant genus (scientific name: F. benjamina) and tree like, in looks. With large arching branches and long pointed leaves, it looks attractive indoors (apart from leaves dropping).
The kentia palm (Howeia) is one of the world’s most popular indoor palms. In fact, it’s sometimes called the sentry palm, presumably because of the entryways it guards. The kentia palm is perhaps not the most beautiful or graceful of all palm trees, but it has everything you could ask for in an indoor palm. It’s shade tolerant, cold tolerant and doesn’t grow too alarmingly large. Under the right conditions, a kentia palm will eventually grow into a magnificent specimen plant, up to 10 feet tall.
Variegated Bleeding Heart Vine
A tropical vine that can grow to 10’ but usually more compact with a showy cream variegation in the broad green foliage. The leaves are thin, unlike some clerodendrons. which have thick fuzzy leaves. The inflorescence form as short racemes of white flowers with little red hearts that come in the spring and summer.