Bringing the Gardens Home

Tired of staring at that lonely aloe on your kitchen windowsill? Searching for new friends to keep your money plant company? Or have a black thumb and are looking for that perfect houseplant you won't love to death? Search no further!

Bringing the Gardens Home features some of the favourite houseplants of our expert horticulture staff, many of which are also growing onsite at the many diverse environments at Gardens by the Bay. With plant profiles, fascinating stories, and easy tips for their care, display, propagation, and use -- there's something interesting and fun for everyone! Join us as we learn to better grow and appreciate the wide world of houseplants together!

King Air Plant (Tillandsia xerographica)

King Air Plant
(Tillandsia xerographica)

Introducing the king air plant (Tillandsia xerographica), considered the king of all air plants for its size! It possesses stunning silvery-green leaves that taper outwards either forming an almost symmetrical rosette or spiralled into a wildly unique form.

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Nerve Plant (Fittonia albivenis)

Nerve Plant
(Fittonia albivenis)

Introducing the Nerve Plant (Fittonia albivenis), known for its their prominent, contrasting veins, perfect for the office desk or as little jewels for even the tiniest of shelves and corners in anyone’s home. 

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Swiss Cheese Plant

Swiss Cheese Plant
(Monstera adansonii)

Introducing the swiss cheese plant (Monstera adansonii), known for its irregular, distinctive oval-shaped holes yet fully edged ornamental leaves - its foilage closely resembles swiss cheese!

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Crystal Anthurium

Crystal Anthurium
(Anthurium crystallinum)

Introducing the crystal anthurium (Anthurium crystallinum), a prized house plant popular for its classy dark green, velvet-textured ornamental leaves. Under good lighting, its silvery white veins reflect like a shining crystal!

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Whalefin dracaena (Dracaena masoniana)

Whale fin dracaena (Dracaena masoniana)

Introducing the whale fin dracaena (Dracaena masoniana), perhaps the next best thing to a plastic plant. Know more on how this tough, semi-succulent thrives!

 

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