Indoor oak or oak leaf buddleja is not an oak and loves to grow outdoors in South Florida. However, it has a long tradition of use as a houseplant in Europe. Originally from Madagascar and the Comor and Mascarene Islands, it is a small shrub that can reach a few feet tall. Its foliage is very attractive, often scalloped like oak leaves but with coppery-gold hairs giving them a characteristic sheen. Flowers are inconspicuous. It grows very well in South Florida in full sun but can do well in part shade also. In the wild it ranges down to the seacoast so it may have promise for coastal exposure in South Florida.