About Exotic Angel Plants

About Exotic Angel Plants

What makes Exotic Angel® Plants special? I'll tell you!
There are a lot of houseplants out there, but Exotic Angel® Plants are special. I know I'm a little biased since we here at Costa Farms grow Exotic Angel® Plants, but there's so much to love! 

Our growers work hard to select the best varieties available -- and with more than 400 different plants in the collection, we feel confident there's one for almost space. There's easy-care, no-fuss varieties like snake plant (Dracaena) that can hold up to almost any conditions, including low light and low humidity to unusual houseplants like exotic wax plants (Hoya) and . If you're looking for a little more color than the typical green, look at types like purple passion plant (Gynura), nerve plant (Fittonia), crotons (Codiaeum), and waffle plants (Hemigraphis) that have fantastically variegated foliage. 

If you're looking to garden vertically, the Exotic Angel® Plants collection features climbing varieties such as ivy (Hedera), philodendron, and pothos (Epipremnum). There are even air plants (Tillandsia) that don't need soil, which you can hang or mount for fun DIY projects. 

Our collection of exotic houseplants looks good AND helps you stay healthier, too, by removing toxins and other pollutants from indoor air. (Did you know that the more energy-efficient your home or office is, the more likely the air is to be polluted?) Scientific studies also point to other health benefits of having plants around, including lower stress levels and increased memory and cognition! 

It's not just the array of Exotic Angel® houseplants, but also how they're grown. Our growers typically put more plants per pot than average, giving Exotic Angel® Plants a fuller, lusher look. They also care for plants by hand, so each plant gets personal attention each and every day. 

Interested in adding Exotic Angel® Plants to your home or office? Look for them at your local garden center or home improvement center -- or check out our retailer list.

Written by Justin Hancock