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TOP INDOOR PLANTS IN DUBAI 2023


Best Indoor Plants choice to select and decorate your favorite space through our plants.

Houseplants have become a huge trend in United Araba Emirates. Even the government encourages people to separate a section at least for plants. It brings an awareness and people love and care for plants.


We provides you a variety of different plants to bring colors to your life and people around you. There are different Varities of Plants i.e. Soil Plants, Hydro/Aquatic Plants, Hanging Plants, Creeping Plants.

These varieties are available in both Indoor Plants & Outdoor Plants.

A. INDOOR PLANTS

a). Aglaonema Crete – Chinese Evergreen

Aglaonema Crete – Chinese Evergreen

Aglaonema Crete

Aglaonema Crete has superb variegated foliage. The leaves are a lush green with burgundy red splashes and borders on top of delicate pale pink stems. A truly pretty, compact Chinese evergreen to brighten your space.

Light: Aglaonema will thrive in low to bright light levels. The lighter the leaf colour the higher the required light levels. Plain, dark green varieties will thrive in near shade, whereas the lighter, variegated types need well lit, bright conditions. Avoid direct sunlight as this will scorch the leaves.

Water: Keep the soil moist at all times, do not allow it to dry out. Do not overwater as this may encourage root rot. Moderation is the key.

Temperature: Normal room temperature 18-24°C, however avoid cold draughts.

Humidity: Chinese Evergreens can tolerate less humidity than some other plants, yet it will still appreciate your efforts to improve surrounding humidity levels, either via regular misting or using a pebble tray.

Feed: Slow release fertiliser once a month during the growing season.

Air Purifying: Cleans and improves air quality by filtering toxins from the surrounding environment.


b). Aglaonema First Diamond

Aglaonema First Diamond

Aglaonema First Diamond

The Chinese Evergreen will make you wonder, “Are the leaves green with white spots, or white with green spots?”  This indoor plant is incredibly interesting, showing off a unique monochromatic pattern on each leaf.  As this plant grows, it will become denser and taller over time, turning into the perfect floor plant for your home or office.  It is highly adaptable to most interior lighting, even fluorescent light.  Aglaonema are high on the list of easy-care and low-light houseplants, and they are excellent air purifiers!

Light: Aglaonema will thrive in low to bright light levels.  Avoid direct sunlight as this will scorch the leaves.

Water: Keep the soil moist at all times, do not allow it to dry out. Do not overwater as this may encourage root rot. Moderation is the key.

Temperature: Normal room temperature 18-24°C, however avoid cold draughts.

Humidity: Chinese Evergreens can tolerate less humidity than some other plants, yet it will still appreciate your efforts to improve surrounding humidity levels, either via regular misting or using a pebble tray.

Feed: Slow release fertiliser once a month during the growing season.

Air Purifying: Cleans and improves air quality by filtering toxins from the surrounding environment.


c). Aglaonema Maria – Black Beauty

Aglaonema Maria Black Beauty

Aglaonema Maria – Black Beauty

A wonderful ‘no-fuss’ option for your Aglaonema house plant collection. Glossy, dark green leaves are strikingly marbled with silvery green chevrons.Chinese Evergreen Maria has a retro-chic quality having been an interior design staple since the 1970’s. It will tolerate more shade and cooler temperatures than other varieties, making it a useful, decorative addition across homes and offices.

Light: Aglaonema will thrive in low to bright light levels. The lighter the leaf colour the higher the required light levels. Plain, dark green varieties will thrive in near shade, whereas the lighter, variegated types need well lit, bright conditions. Avoid direct sunlight as this will scorch the leaves.

Water: Keep the soil moist at all times, do not allow it to dry out. Do not overwater as this may encourage root rot. Moderation is the key.

Temperature: Normal room temperature 18-24°C, however avoid cold draughts.

Humidity: Chinese Evergreens can tolerate less humidity than some other plants, yet it will still appreciate your efforts to improve surrounding humidity levels, either via regular misting or using a pebble tray.

Feed: Slow release fertiliser once a month during the growing season.

Air Purifying: Cleans and improves air quality by filtering toxins from the surrounding environment.


d). Aglaonema Red – Hydro:

Aglaonema Red – Hydro Pot

Aglaonema Red are exceptional air purifiers.

Aglaonemas are often vibrant and colorful, with strikingly patterned leaves. Because they’re so easy-going, Aglaonemas are perfectly suited for a modern living room or office, dim bedroom, or cozy study. Because of their tolerance for both moist and dry conditions, and the fact that they will thrive with low light, they are a perfect choice for less than ideal light conditions or forgetful plant owners.

  1. Light: Water your Aglaonema when 50% of the soil volume is dry. Water until liquid flows through the drainage hole at the bottom of the pot and discard any water that has accumulated in the saucer.
  2. Humidity: Your Aglaonema enjoys extra humidity. Mist the leaves regularly using a Mister (a device | pot used as a sprayer for humidity of plants leaves), place a humidifier nearby, or use a pebble tray to raise the humidity.
  3. Temperature: Your Aglaonema prefers temperatures between 65–75°F | 19 – 25°C. Avoid drafty areas and temperatures below 60°F | 17°C in the winter.
  4. Food: Feed your Aglaonema monthly during the spring and summer months with a general-purpose houseplant fertilizer diluted to half strength . No fertilizer is needed during the winter months when growth naturally slows.
  5. Toxicity: Your Aglaonema is mildly toxic to pets and humans. Typically, ingestion will cause mouth and stomach irritation and possible vomiting.
  6. Aglaonema prefer to be slightly root-bound and will not need to be repotted more than once every 2-3 years. Choose a pot only about 1” bigger in diameter when repotting. If your Aglaonema is in need of a trim, clean up your plant using clean, sharp Plant snips | Gardening Tool.

e). Aglaonema Pink

Aglaonema Pink

f). Aglaonema Red Siam Aura

Aglaonema Red Siam Aura

Aglaonema Red Siam Aura

Aglaonemas are exceptional air purifiers.

Aglaonemas are often vibrant and colorful, with strikingly patterned leaves. Because they’re so easy-going, Aglaonemas are perfectly suited for a modern living room or office, dim bedroom, or cozy study. Because of their tolerance for both moist and dry conditions, and the fact that they will thrive with low light, they are a perfect choice for less than ideal light conditions or forgetful plant owners.


g). Alocasia Anthurium

Alocasia Anthurium Crystallinum

Alocasia Anthurium Crystallinum

Commonly known as Anthurium Crystallinum or Alocasia Crystallinum. This is a specie or class used for indoor activities most commonly in Living rooms, Kitchens and bathrooms where fresh air is flowing constantly.

Anthurium Crystallinum is native to Central and South America, loved by many for its heart-shaped leaves. The Crystallinum species is a tropical evergreen with foliage that is velvety to the touch. Its leaves can differ in colors, and they usually come in different shades of green or dark purple. What makes its leaves stand out from many other plants are the white veins that just pop out on its dark foliage.

Even though this is a plant native to tropical surroundings, with a little bit of proper care, it can grow beautifully in your home garden, living room, or kitchen. But only if you follow these pieces of advice.

  1. Light Requirements:Being a tropical species, Anthurium Crystallinum needs a lot of lights in order to survive. But it should not be exposed to direct sunlight since it can harm its foliage.This is a plant that usually grows in the shade of bigger trees or plants. This means that it should be kept somewhere where it gets enough sunlight but is still in partial shade.If you have enough time to take care of your plant, you can place it in the sun in the early morning when the sun is not too bright, hot and harmful. And then move it later in the afternoon to a place where it will be in total or partial shade.
  2. Temperature: The optimal temperatures for steady and balanced growth are anywhere between 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit or 19 to 26 degrees Celsius.
  3. Humidity:Ideal humidity levels for Anthurium Crystallinum range anywhere between 70 and 80 %, so make sure your garden, whether it is indoor or outdoor, can provide your plant with constant humidity.My tip is to grow your Anthurium Crystallinum near the kitchen counter and your cooker, where it will be exposed to humidity all the time.You can also place it in your bathroom, but make sure there is some kind of a window that will provide your plant with enough natural sunlight. And proper airflow.
  4. Watering: Making sure you always provide it with enough water. However, you need to be extremely careful with Anthurium because too much water can be just as bad as dehydration. The roots of Anthurium always need to get enough air in order to dry out successfully.
  5. Soil Requirements:Anthurium Crystallinum often grows on treetops or terrestrially, which means it can be grown in soils of different types and components or may even grow without any soiling present. Anthurium needs well-drained soil that will still retain moisture very well. Especially if you are growing it in a warm place.
  6. Fertilizing:Just like most of the plants you are cultivating in your home garden, Anthurium Crystallinum will also need some fertilizer from time to time. You can add some organic components to your soil or a balanced fertilizer that will improve its growth. However, If you already added many organic components to your soil mixture, We recommend using a fertilizer that is not too strong since that can mess up your plant’s growth.
  7. Potting and Repotting: We always recommend potting your Anthurium in a terracotta pot since it will allow its roots to breathe properly and prevent the plant from rotting. You should layer your terracotta top with organic soil mixture, place the plant in it properly and then layer it with a chunky mixture of charcoal, for example, to stimulate its growth and mimic its natural environment.

h). Alocasia Green – Dragon Scale

Alocasia Green – Dragon Scale

Alocasia Green – Dragon Scale

One of the easiest to grow and most popular Alocasias, the Green Dragon features textured leaves that resemble the scale of dragons. It’s also aptly called “Dragon Scale Alocasia”. It’s a cold-sensitive plant that will not survive in cold weather, so it’s a houseplant that needs the warmth of the indoors to stay alive. The Alocasia Green Dragon is valued greatly as a decorative plant not only for its vibrant veins, but also for its size. Not growing too tall, it’s a perfect houseplant for any space.

Size & Growth

With a size that can vary between 40 and 80 inches, the Green Dragon Alocasia can be easily integrated into the decor of your office or apartment.

Make sure to display this plant somewhere where its velvety leaves with deep green veins can be admired.

Light Requirements

Although the Alocasia doesn’t fare well if exposed to direct light, it still enjoys bright light, if it’s not shining down on it directly.

Indoors, keep this plant a few feet away from a north or east-facing window. In winter, when sunshine is scarce and the rays of the sun are usually gentler, you can move the plant closer to the window to maximize its light exposure.

Watering

When watering tropical plants, there’s a delicate balance that must be maintained. One the one hand, you should water these plants deeply, but only if the top few inches of soil are dried out. Some Alocasia varieties need constantly moist soil, but the Green Dragon Alocasia can go a bit without watering before it starts to show symptoms of dehydration.


i). Alocasia Silver Dragon

Alocasia Silver Dragon

Alocasia Silver Dragon is an extraordinary plant that is considered more difficult to find (and therefore rare) as an indoor plant. With remarkable silvery, textured leaves, this plant is named for the foliage that resembles dragon scales. As a member of the Aroid family, this special plant is beloved for its peculiarity and is part of the “Jewel Alocasia” series of plants.

Taking care of Alocasia Silver Dragon

Sun 

Preferring medium to bright levels of light, Alocasia Silver Dragon will require indirect light, out of reach of the sun’s direct rays. Direct sunlight can (quite quickly) burn the leaves of this more sensitive houseplant. More specifically, a west or east facing window will usually provide the correct amount of sunlight.

As far as temperature goes, make sure to keep the room consistently warm around this plant. Typically any temperature that is comfortable to you indoors will be fine for the plant too (between 65 and 80 degrees). In addition, keep the Alocasia Silver Dragon away from drafty areas or heat sources (like windows, vents, fans, radiators) as this can irritate and stress the plant.

Water

Alocasia Silver Dragon will benefit from staying slightly damp throughout the soil. We recommend watering only once the top layer of soil has started to dry out. There’s a fine line though between saturated and damp, so it’s imperative to make sure that the plant isn’t overly wet as this will cause root issues (and potential death). Too little moisture means that the plant will start to display signs of dryness like brown, crispy leaf tips.

When it comes to humidity, Alocasia Silver Dragon will need higher levels (around 50-80%). Most homes tend to hover around 30% natural humidity level, so depending on your unique indoor environment, you may need to supplement with extra moisture in the air. This can be achieved through placing a humidifier near the plant, or providing the plant with a pebble tray filled halfway with water (always make sure there’s no water touching the roots or bottom of the soil). Some people prefer lightly misting the leaves, but if you go this route, you will likely need to mist daily to make a difference. In addition, overly misting the leaves of your Alocaisa Silver Dragon may cause other issues. Due to the leaf anatomy, sometimes water and moisture can accumulate in the grooves and sit on the leaves. When this happens for an extended period, water issues ensue and can lead to eventual leaf loss.

Repotting:

Repotting is important when it’s done at the right time! Alocasia Silver Dragon will appreciate being repotted once it’s outgrown its current pot. You’ll look for signs like roots growing out of the bottom holes of the pot or water that drains straight through the plant when watering. Typically these plants require repotting about once every 1-2 years. Since this plant can be sensitive to changes (and growth wanes during winter) always make sure the plant is healthy and happy before repotting specifically during spring/summer.

When repotting, remember that you’ll need a loose and well-draining potting mix. As for the pot, only go up a size that’s about 2 inches larger in diameter than the current pot. This helps support healthy and prosperous growth for the plant as too large of a pot and too much room can actually hinder the plant. Repotting is important to allow the roots to continually grow, and fresh soil rejuvenates the plant!

Fertilizer:

Fertilizing your Alocasia Silver Dragon is important during the growing season (spring through summer). Alocasia baginda are found in the jungles of Indonesia basking in limestone and calcium-rich soils. So these plants are going to be most successful with substrates containing these nutrients.

Again make sure the plant is in a healthy state before feeding with supplements. We recommend using a premium, nutrient-rich fertilizer and diluting it to only about half the amount that the bag/box suggests. As far as timing, always follow what the specific fertilizer states as the best method (but as a general rule, we recommend fertilizing once a month during growing season).

Extra Care:

During fall and winter, Alocasia Silver Dragon will require less and less. That’s less water (typically half the normal amount & frequency) and zero fertilizer. In addition, during colder months, it is normal for Alocasia to go semi-dormant and drop leaves (in some cases ALL of them). If this happens, don’t panic! Continue with your normal winter care routine, and wait until spring when new growth will likely emerge. New growth can either come back in the same form as the original plant, or it can emerge from corms. Corms are bulb-like formations that were at one point attached to the main plant but form new baby versions of your Alocasia. You may notice them as new shoots sprouting randomly in the soil or they can also be found when repotting your plant since they begin below soil.

Not only during winter, but Alocasia are known for occasionally dropping a leaf here and there. Typically when new, large growth comes in, a smaller, lower, and/or older leaf will yellow and die in order to support continued growth of the plant. Also, due to the structure of the plant and root system, the Alocasia Silver Dragon can really only support so many leaves at one time.


Calathea Hydro Peacock

The Peacock plant, also known as Calathea makoyana, is a beautiful tropical houseplant, famed for its beautiful, contrasting green and purplish-red leaves that will brighten up any indoor living space. They do take a little bit of work to keep in good condition

Temperature:

Ideal temperatures required should be between 60ºF – 75ºF (15.5-24ºC). Avoid sudden drops that will affect growth and cold drafts.

Light:

Indirect sunlight is best suited for this species. Direct sun will damage the leaves and low light will slow growth, so a bit of balance is required.

Watering:

Water thoroughly during the growing season then naturally reduce during winter. Good drainage is important.

Soil:

Use soil that holds moisture and drains well. A 2 part peat and 1 part sand or perlite mix will do the trick.

Re-Potting:

Repot once every 2 years. During spring is best.

Fertilizer:

Feed only during the growing season from April – October with a diluted liquid feed once every 2 weeks.

Humidity:

Calatheas enjoy humidity in their natural climate. If you can try and raise the levels even if you just mist the plant or seat the pot on a tray of pebbles with water inside. When the humidity is low from dry air you may notice leaf tips browning.

Propagation:

Propagation method for this species is by division. This is done when the plant has grown large enough to separate clumps of stems with roots. Until the new plant have new growth cover them with polythene to keep conditions warm and humid. Try to propagate when it’s time for repotting.


Calathea Makoyana

Calathea makoyana

Common Name: Prayer Plant

Calathea sanderiana, also known as pinstripe has very dark almost black foliage that is lined with symmetric pink stripes. Most people when seeing this plant for the first time ask whether it is real. Ornata is one of the most ornamental house plants of the popular Calathea genus. The sky reaching growth combined with the silvery foliage brings both volume and aesthetics to any room.
Calathea sanderiana thrives indoors with the correct care. Ensure your environment has high humidity with no direct sun light. Most importantly the plant should be watered with soft water only, free from calcium carbonate and other minerals found in many urban water sources. Grouping Calatheas will help achieve the correct humidity along with an attentive watering routine.
SIZE: Height 35 cm, approximately

LIGHT: As with most variegated plants, Calathea need plenty of diffused light however direct sunlight will cause the leaves to fade and lose their markings. They can tolerate some degree of shade, but the better the light conditions, the more you will be rewarded by fine foliage. Experiment in your home to find the perfect spot for your plant.

WATERING:Calathea must be kept in damp soil at all times, but definitely do not allow the plant to sit in water or in very wet soil. Think little and often as a watering policy.

SOIL:Well draining potting mix. A good mix is two parts peat/coir and one part perlite.


Calathea Roseopicta

The Calathea Roseopicta “Dottie” is the perfect plant for unique house plant-lovers. This plant has dark, green-purple leaves with a striking light-purple leaf drawing. This drawing looks a lot like a feather, which gives the Calathea Roseopicta “Dottie” an extra graceful appearance.

Light: As with most variegated plants, Calathea need plenty of diffused light however direct sunlight will cause the leaves to fade and lose their markings. They can tolerate some degree of shade, but the better the light conditions, the more you will be rewarded by fine foliage. Experiment in your home to find the perfect spot for your plant.

Water: Calathea must be kept in damp soil at all times, but definitely do not allow the plant to sit in water or in very wet soil. Think little and often as a watering policy.

Temperature: Prefers warm to high temperatures, ideally between 18-23°C but can cope with as low as 15°C. Avoid draughts and ensure the plant has reasonable ventilation.

Humidity: High humidity levels are a must. Stand on a wet pebble tray to improve humidity and mist frequently. Pop it in the shower room or kitchen from time to time to give an extra boost.


Calathea Zebrina

Calathea Zebrina comes in different form i.e. Soil Pot, Hydro/Aquatic Pot.

The Calathea Dottie is undoubtedly beautiful and colorful with large oval-shaped green leaves that mature into a glossy dark purple with age. But perhaps the most intriguing and unique feature of this houseplant favorite is that each leaf has a striking ring of fuchsia pink and a beautifully contrasting deep purple underside.

Light:

Bright, indirect sunlight

Watering:

Moist, But no Soggy Soil

Temperature:

65°- 95°F, 50% humidity

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