At last, the long, hot summer is behind us. We welcome the cooler temperatures of fall, while we begin to contemplate upcoming holiday festivities.

It’s a great time to think about ways to incorporate some cozy fall colors into your home. We’re here to help! Our new collection of hardy houseplants will add that special splash of fall hues: the rich reds, plums, purples and deep greens that signal autumn’s arrival.

Cordyline Fruticosa ‘Red Sister’-

Cordyline Fruticosa ‘Red Sister,’ Ti Plant

With its dark purple leaves accented in pink, this Ti Plant makes a glorious addition to your harvest home. It can provide a strong contrast to a darker wall, while conjuring up a bit of the tropics. Easy care, they prefer bright, direct light and medium amounts of water. See more >>


Codiaeum Variegatum ‘Fantasy’, Croton

Colorful multi-hued foliage makes the Croton a popular choice this season. If you’re having guests over, imagine the Croton’s dark colors as an exquisite and unexpected centerpiece on an autumn dinner table. Make sure to water regularly, and to place the plant in a spot where it will receive bright light. See more >>


Calathea ornata, Pinstripe Prayer Plant

With several varieties to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect Calathea in warm autumn shades. From the spotted foliage of the Rattlesnake to the dark elegance of the Medallion, these low maintenance beauties are known for their colorful inflorescences.  They thrive in direct light and soil that’s kept moist. See more >>


Aechmea ‘Burning Bush’, Bromeliad

The bold flowers of the Bromeliads bloom in vibrant shades of orange and purple. Indoors, they work as effective air purifiers. Hardy and handsome, they’ll thrive with minimal care and water. See more >>

Mexican Fan Palm-

Washingtonia robusta, Mexican Fan Palm

The best palm for fall! This cold hardy palm can weather the cooler temps on your patio. Its unique fan-like fronds add fabulous texture to any room or porch. See more >>

Snake Plants-

Sansevieria zeylanica, Snake Plant

No matter what time of year, the Snake Plant is always a smart choice. They earn the title of “The Perfect Houseplant” each and every day. They work tirelessly to purify the air; you can neglect them for a bit; and they always look fresh. Place them in any empty corner, and they’ll make that space look complete. We love AND appreciate them, and feel confident you will, too. See more >>

We’re sure you’ll agree fall is a wonderful time of year. We want to stress there’s no need for your green thumb to go into hibernation. Bringing your plants indoors – or adding to your indoor collection – makes your home more relaxing – and more beautiful. Autumn hues, like the ones featured in our Fall Collection, are a perfect backdrop for the holidays.

No doubt about it, the season has changed. Though some gardeners may be sad to see all those glorious summer colors fade or go dormant, there are many vibrant options available in fall. Three of our top picks…(Drum Roll, please): Crotons, Orange Bird of Paradise, and Yellow Elder. Now, we know many of you do not live in southern climates, and planting outdoors when the temperatures start plummeting is not an option. Please be assured: our favorite Fall Trio grows brilliantly indoors, too.


These beautiful shrubs are available in a range of styles and colors. For Fall, we love those varieties featuring beautiful hues of reds, orange or yellow. Crotons are a perennial shrub that can grow quite tall in their full-size form. But, you’ll also find a selection of dwarf crotons on our site. Click here to find some favorites!

Orange Bird of Paradise

The subtle gray-green leaves of this plant burst forth into some of the brightest and most beautiful orange blossoms you’ll find anywhere. Named for its similarity to a brilliantly colored exotic bird, these beauties grow well indoors or out. Native to areas of Florida (and one of the state’s most popular flowers), the Bird of Paradise is a magnificent focal point for any area with its year-round blooms. You’ll find it grows best in Zone 10, but it’s open to a bit of flexibility, as long as you bring it indoors when the weather turns cold. Click here to shop!

3 GallonYellow Elder

One of the most popular plants on our site now, Yellow Elder is a unique option that is amazingly flexible. Looking for a tree? It can be a tree. Looking for a bush or a trellis? It can do that, too. You’ll fall in love with its brilliant yellow flowers. If you live in warmer areas, the Yellow Elder can perform as a shade plant when grown up a trellis. If you’re looking to bring it indoors, simply trim it down into a small bush. Click here to view more!

The Yellow Elder grows in several different zones: 7 through 11. It blooms throughout the spring and into fall. It has a high tolerance for heat but does not thrive outdoors when the weather turns cold.

No matter what your plans are for the fall season, don’t think your gardening hobby must go into winter hibernation. We’ll help you look for new ways to bring the garden indoors. With any of our Fall Trio, you’ll have something to enjoy in a pot inside now, then take back outdoors when Spring comes again.