Brighten up that dim corner of your home or office
HOW TO GROW DIEFFENBACHIA HOUSEPLANTS
Just like most tropical houseplants, dieffenbachia plants like warm humid spots in your home or office. Watch for brown tips or edges on the leaves, this will tell you the plant needs more humidity. It will tolerate low-light spots but likes to be in medium light. Make sure to water regularly but don’t soak the soil.
Bright light, no direct sun. Give the plant a quarter turn every few days to expose all sides to sunlight and encourage even growth.
Water thoroughly and allow the soil to dry out a bit between watering. Drooping leaves on dieffenbachia plants indicates it’s too dry.
Dieffenbachia, like average warmth between 65-75°.
Dieffenbachia houseplants like average to high humidity about 40% relative humidity or higher.
IS IT PET FRIENDLY?
Dieffenbachia houseplants are toxic if eaten. Keep out of reach of animals and children.
Dieffenbachia houseplants are an easy houseplant to grow, so it makes a great plant for beginners. Not only is it easy, but it has a wonderful variety of leaf coloration on lush green leaves. These plants will grow great up an empty wall or near a large piece of furniture. Come check out the varieties we have in stock and add a bit of flair to your home.
Dieffenbachia maculata 'Camille'
Camille is the most popular variety of dieffenbachia houseplant. It has ivory-yellow leaves edged in rich, dark green giving them a wonderful visual appearance—a great houseplant to brighten up that dark corner in your office or home.
A larger variety, Carina dieffenbachia, shows off medium-green leaves speckled with light green. Splashes of darker green add a fun accent throughout the leaf—a great houseplant to brighten up that dark corner in your office or home.
An excellent plant for cleaning the air, Compacta dieffenbachia shows off medium-green leaves speckled heavily with creamy yellow in the centers. Perfect for any corner of your home or office.
Dieffenbachia maculata 'Exotica'
Exotica dieffenbachia is a tall, upright variety with creamy leaves edged in green. It can reach an impressive 24 inches tall or more—a great houseplant to brighten up that dark corner in your office or home.
Dieffenbachia 'Tropic Snow'
A shorter, more compact variety of dieffenbachia, ‘Tropic Snow’ shows off creamy-white leaves flushed with green and edged in rich, dark green. A great houseplant to brighten up that dark corner in your office or home.
This dieffenbachia is a fun variety with wavy, ruffled leaves. The tiki has green foliage spotted with gray, green, and white—the perfect plant for any area of your home or office.
Dieffenbachia 'Tropic Marianne'
Tropic Marianne dieffenbachia shows off creamy-white leaves strongly variegated with rich green. Surprisingly the leaves may reach an impressive 12 inches wide, and the plant itself can reach 36 inches or more tall.
Dieffenbachia 'Star Bright'
Star Bright is an excellent houseplant to add to your collection. It has narrower leaves than most dieffenbachias, but it’s beautiful golden-green leaves splashed in dark green are a show stopper.
Sparkles dieffenbachia is a showy selection that offers light green leaves splotched with dark green and white. A great houseplant to brighten up that dark corner in your office or home.
Snow dieffenbachia is a large-growing variety that often gets up to 6 feet or more tall. It features dark green leaves variegated with silvery-green and creamy-white speckles. A beautiful plant that can brighten up any area of your home or office.
Mary dieffenbachia is a faster-growing variety than others. It shows off light green leaves that are heavily splashed with dark green and creamy green—the perfect plant for any area of your home or office.
Honeydew is a larger dieffenbachia variety with golden-yellow leaves edged in green—the perfect plant for any area of your home or office.
Delilah is a larger variety of dieffenbachia. It has beautiful creamy-white leaves edged and spotted in a lovely shade of dark green. A beautiful plant that can brighten up any area of your home or office.
Dieffenbachia Camouflage is an eye-catching plant with uniquely patterned foliage on large, lush leaves. A beautiful plant that can brighten up any area of your home or office.
HOUSEPLANTS TO PAIR WITH fern PLANTS
SANSEVIERIA – Sansevierias are easy to grow and are nearly indestructible; they will thrive in either very bright light or almost dark corners of the house. An ideal container plant is excellent in a grouping and will grow equally well on the floor or tabletop displays. Perfect for any office building or home with little of fluorescent lighting.
PHILODENDRONS – Philodendrons are the classic houseplant that nearly everyone has encountered at some point in their life. It’s practically a no-fail houseplant because of how easy it is to take care of. You can grow philodendrons just about anywhere. They can be grown in a hanging basket, up a trellis, or simply a standard pot.
FERNS – Ferns are easily one of the most loved houseplants, mainly because of the huge variety available and that they are among the most beautiful. They have lacy fronds and a classic texture that work great in any home design. Ferns look wonderful when mixed but also can look great combined with almost any houseplant. Come on by City Floral Garden Center and check out the huge selection of ferns.
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