Patuxent Nursery has many different types of house plants for sale that can add balance and extravagant colors to your home or office. We offer many different sizes of house plants that can accommodate any space that needs texture and color. Choose from house plants, palm trees, tropical plants, orchids, clean air plant, low light plants, succulents and cacti.
Give your sunroom a purpose. Or just help yourself beat the extreme weather conditions the seasons bring. Our selection of tropicals will liven up your living room and provide attractive seasonal color to your patio or poolside.
Houseplants are one of the easiest ways to bring the great outdoors inside all year long, but especially during the colder months. From the current ‘it’ houseplant, the Fiddle Leaf Fig, to the elegant orchids to clean air plants to the easiest of them all, cacti, Patuxent Nursery has them all for sale.We’re also pleased to offer a wide range of tropical plants, including palms. We have assembled a wide variety of interesting tropical foliage plants, trees and flowering tropicals to choose from.
Stop by and check out our selection for yourself and bring the beauty of nature inside your home today. Want to ship to someone special? House plants are also available for sale at our online store, Garden Goods Direct.
Fiddle Leaf Fig
The Fiddle Leaf Fig is total eye candy! This houseplant is lush, tall, columnar and sculptural and it’s the ‘it’ plant right now. This tough plant adapts easily to conditions and once acclimated it can grow to 6 feet or taller. You know you want one! Stop by today and get yours.
Colder weather doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy the beauty of live, flowering plants. Orchids have become one of the most popular houseplants of all time. Despite looking beautiful, elegant and complicated to maintain, orchids can be surprisingly easy to take care of.
Orchids are the largest family of flowering plants. They have also been around the longest as they are one of the oldest flowers in existence. Since varieties of orchids are found all over the world, it’s accepted that orchids were in existence prior to the separation of the continents. There are more than 25,000 documented species of orchid, and scientists are finding more every day.
Succulents & Cacti
Succulents and cacti are in stock at Patuxent Nursery and ready for your home! These little plants require little maintenance and are a great addition to a home or apartment. Cacti thrive in warm, arid climates. You should place your indoor cacti in a window or other location where they will receive plenty of sunlight.
Are you unsure if a cactus in the right plant for you? Check out our selection to find cacti that range from soothing, deep greens or bright, warm golds like our Golden Barrel Cactus. We have a variety for any aesthetic!
Maybe you’re searching for an indoor plant that can withstand tough conditions, but has a softer appearance? Try out a succulent! Succulents are so named because they store water in their thick fleshy leaves. The majority do well indoors, but they can also can be kept on patios, green roofs and in rock gardens during the warmer months. Many succulents can produce new plants or “pups” using only a single leaf from the original plant, and they require little feeding or watering to thrive. These low-maintenance plants are perfect for gardening beginners!
Clean Air Plants
Bringing houseplants into your home isn’t just for looks. Some species of houseplants can actually clean the air in your home! NASA has been studying houseplants and created a list of clean air plants. Patuxent Nursery has plenty of these plants in stock, like our personal favorites, Croton and Peace Lily.
Clean-air plants can help purify your air of common contaminants such as formaldehyde, which can spark asthmatic reactions. Some will even remove other volatile organic compounds. Of course, these plants also look gorgeous and add a subtle decorative touch to your interior.
Clean air plants have different needs for sunlight and water depending on the plant choice. As nursery experts, our team is ready to answer any questions you might have about caring for your new clean air plant.
Your favorite beach plant can also thrive indoors as a fun element of your décor and bring the vibe of the islands to your daily life. They require a good deal of sunlight and a healthy dose of water when the potting soil begins getting dry.
Their leaves may turn brown at the tip when they get too dry or receive too much fertilizer. You can use multiple palms as a room divider or even an art-like installation to draw your guests’ eyes across a room. We the perfect palm variety for bringing some tropical flair to your home. Our plant experts can help you find the best palm for your home.
Tropicals may sound exotic, but they’re actually quite easy to grow. Snake Plants, White Bird of Paradise, Desert Roses thrive in your home when you put them in a location that receives bright sunlight and water them just enough to keep them moist but not so much that the roots begin to rot.
Pump up the humidity surrounding your tropicals by occasionally misting them with water and wiping off dust that accumulates on the leaves. With many bright colors, including vibrant greens and reds that complement any color scheme and flowering plants with colors ranging from warm burgundies to soft lilacs, tropicals will quickly become a focal point in your home.
Flowering House Plants
Not all house plants are just green. There are some beautiful blooming house plants out there to add a pop of color to your home or office. African Violets, tropical Hibiscus, Peace Lily and Anthurium are just a few to choose from.