A climber with arrowhead-shaped leaves striped with green and white variegation, many newer varieties are less twiny and more tidy.
This aloe, named for its burn-soothing sap, grows quickly due to the puppies it "whelps" surrounding the parent plant.
Philodendron, meaning “love tree,” is easy to love—it produces heart-shaped leaves that cheer newcomers who haven't had much success with other flora.
Beginning gardeners love Pothos, a Greek love deity, and his fast-growing vine.
This creeper, known as leopard plant for its spotted leaves, spreads swiftly by multiplying its small red bulbs.
The plant needs only a moderately light spot and medium water to produce more spiderlings.
To keep your Charlie plant happy, give it bright, indirect light and normal watering.
suitable for houseplants, and the more colorful cultivars of the species can flourish in sun or shade with modest water to keep them hopping.