Make a Statement with Large Trees in Your Home

When it comes to a tree in your home, bigger is always better. Adding one of these trees in the perfect container will instantly change the look of your room. We are experts so let us help you choose a tree that will grow in your home. Some of our favorites are:



Kentia Palm

These palms are easy to grow and are tolerant of a wide range of indoor conditions. Kentias are very slow growing which means you will not have to worry about them outgrowing the space or having to provide a larger container.

Features:          Broad, dark green fronds

Light:                   Medium to bright indirect sunlight

Height:               Up to 12 feet tall or taller

Kentia Palm


Chamaedorea seifrizii (Bamboo Palm)

Features:          Long bamboo-like canes with delicate, lacy fronds

Light:                   Bright indirect sunlight or shade

Height:               Up to 7 feet tall or tallerChamaedorea seifrizzii


Fishtail Palm

 We predict these to be the “it” tree of the year!

Features:          Tall arching branches covered in triangular, corrugated blue-green leaves

Light:                   Indirect light is ideal, but plenty of it

Height:               Up to 10 feet tall or taller

Fishtail palm


Ficus Benjamina (Weeping Fig) or Ficus Midnight

Features:          Slender branches with glossy dark leaves

Light:                   Filtered, bright sun

Height:               Up to 6 feet tall or taller

Ficus Benjimana

Fiddle Leaf Fig

You see them everywhere for a reason….they look great!

Features:          Gigantic, violin-shaped, dark-green waxy leaves

Light:                   Medium to bright indirect light

Height:               Up to 10 feet tall or taller

Fiddle leaf fig


Draceana Marginata (Dragon Tree)

These will give you a more mid-century, modern look.

Features:          Elegant long, thin leaves with exposed trunk

Light:                   Medium to bright indirect light

Height:               Up to 10 feet tall



Rhapis Palm

Features:          Finger-like leaves on fanned branches

Light:                   Indirect sunlight, as by an east-facing window

Height:               Up to 14 feet tall

Rhapis Palm

Overall Tips for Care:

  1. Check your tree regularly for pests.
  2. Do not move your plants too often, they acclimate to their surroundings.
  3. When watering, avoid the foliage.
  4. Dust the foliage of your tree regularly with a damp cloth.
  5. Give your plant new soil at least once a year.
  6. Use room temperature water.


Remember! Large trees can be an investment and that is where we come in. We are happy to take care of your plants for you! We have 40 years of experience doing plant maintenance and we guarantee that your plants will look as good as the day you bought them. Call Nancy at 714-850-9227 or email her at for a quote.


Silk Giant Bird   Silk Snake Plant   Silk Rhapis Palm

 And last but not least…consider silk. Sometimes it is just not possible to have a live plant where you want one. Let us help you design a perfect tree for your room.


Photo credit: @fidanburadacom (kentia palm), @bloomscape (bamboo palm), @instantjungleinternational (fishtail palm), @torontoparadiseplants (weeping fig), @housebeautiful (fiddle leaf fig), @tmwildflowers (dragon tree), @sunsetmag (rhapis palm)