Specialty Foliage Houseplants

Although our forte is succulents here at nVi Garden, we also grow a large selection of specialty foliage houseplants.

These specialty foliage houseplants are the perfect addition to your space. Foliage plants provide many health benefits for humans. It’s been speculated that foliage plants can promote feelings of relaxation, clarity, and overall well-being. No matter where you place these unique and rare houseplants, you’re sure to breathe better, regain focus, and de-stress.

Shop all our handpicked houseplants with beautiful foliage on our website to order. We work with a local courier company to offer local deliveries throughout Ontario. We also offer curbside pick-up for any of our specialty foliage plants. To inquire, call (647) 588-0604 or send an email to nvigarden@gmail.com.
Also known as Peperomia obtusifolia, the baby rubber plant or pepper face, is a species of flowering plant in the family Piperaceae, native to Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean. Live...
Grown in 4” nursery pot in Toronto Greenhouse.
Peperomia Piccolo Banda, also known as the Peacock Peperomia, charmed us the moment we laid eyes on it. Its small, feather-like leaves are deeply textured and range from dark purple...
Variegated version of the green leaf peperomia. Live plants grown in 4” nursery pot. 
String of Turtles also known as peperomia prostrata is one of my favourite plants. It has cute little turtle print leaves dripping down softly. Grown in 3.5” nursery pots and...
Calathea orbifolia is a rare broad leave foliage with silvery stripes. It thrives in low light and humid environment. Grown in 4” nursery pot.
Peperomia Amigo Marcelo is compact with green little leaves. Easy to take care with bright indirect sunlight. Grown 3.5” plastic nursery pot in Toronto greenhouse.
Philodendron Hope is a broad leaf house plant with unique shaped leaves. It likes medium indirect light and medium humidity perfect for any home space.  Grown in Toronto Ontario greenhouse...
The famous monstera adansonii also known as Swiss cheese plant gets its name from its holes in its leafs. The leaves develop holes called fenestration as it ages and expose...
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