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Plants Matching homalomena

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Image of Homalomena photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Homalomena)

Image of Homalomena

James Burghardt

(Homalomena, Queen-of-hearts)

Handsome, shiny, dark green, heart-shaped leaves make ‘Emerald Gem’ a popular interior plant and groundcover for shady, tropical gardens. This lush, evergreen foliage plant thrives in warmth and humidity and is easy to grow if given the right environmental conditions.

Queen-of-hearts is a clump-forming plant with stiff, waxy leaves that are deep green and glossy. They are upright and held on long, flexible stems that arise from a grounded plant base. The leaf blades are heart or wedge-shaped...

(Homalomena, Queen-of-hearts)

Handsome, spotted leaves with purplish burgundy undersides lend ‘Purple Sword’ an appealing look for home interiors and shady, tropical gardens. This lush, evergreen foliage plant thrives in warmth and humidity and is easy to grow if given the right environmental conditions.

Queen-of-hearts is a clump-forming plant with stiff, waxy leaves that are attractive and glossy. They are upright and held on long, flexible stems that arise from a grounded plant base. The leaf blades are heart to nearly...

(Homalomena, Queen-of-hearts)

At first glance, Homalomena ‘Selby’ can easily be mistaken for a dumbcane (Dieffenbachia). Its handsome, glossy, apple-green leaves have dark green edges and spots, which lend an appealing look to home interiors and shady, tropical gardens. This lush, evergreen foliage plant thrives in warmth and humidity and is easy to grow if given the right environmental conditions.

Homalomena is a clump-forming plant with stiff, waxy leaves that are vibrant lime or apple green with...