Snake plant grows over one and one-half foot high. Its leaves come in green- and yellow-striped varieties. Given preferential light, it will bloom nicely scented flowers. Learn why snake plant is easy to grow.
Strawberry begonia sprouts tiny plants from its stolons. Furry leaves are yellow-green interspersed with silver on the top and cordovan beneath. Strawberry begonia occasionally blooms. Learn more about where to display it.
Burro's tail plant gets its name from the lengthy stems that produce round leaves, giving the appearance of a tail. Flowering isn't common, and it drops leaves when disturbed. Learn how to use fallen leaves.
Cineraria, an inviting plant with blooms similar to daisies, comes in a variety of colors. Though often given as a gift, it can have whitefly and aphid infestations. Learn how long to display cineraria.
Prickly pear cactus produces clumps of prickles with hooked barbs, perfect for self-defense. Though rare inside the home, blooms come in a variety of striking colors. Learn more about recognizing this cactus.
Peperomia is low growing and a good choice for dish gardens. Its many varieties offer plenty of options for gardeners, with leaves from puckered to fleshy. Learn more about planting peperomia, especially in a terrarium.
Heartleaf philodendron looks good displayed from a hanging basket or trained on a trellis. A robust plant, it survives what some gardeners would consider neglect. Learn more about preventing skimpy heartleaf philodendron.
Aluminum plant, a quick grower, comes in creeping and upright varieties. Though the flowers are unremarkable, the leaves range from green to a dark brownish gold. Try restarting it from stem cuttings for best results.
Aralia grows almost gnarled stems and branches, perfect for that bonsai look without the fuss. Be sure to maintain consistent conditions, or it will drop its leaves. Learn what light intensity it prefers.
China doll sprouts leaves that look like feathers. Be prepared to pinch it more often starting one year after it's purchased. That's when the artificial growth retardant wears off. Learn which potting mix to use.