Plants help assist in the improvement of the working and living space for home and office.
We offer a range of plants with different properties, from plants which help remove certain toxins and purify the air to other plants which thrive during the night time producing oxygen.
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Plants help calm and de-stress the the environment, and what better way to improve you working life from home then buying a plant to help improve productivity and calmness.
Senecio Royal Flush “String of Bananas” is very unusual trailing succulent with its green oval shaped leaves on vibrant purple stems and blooms with yellow flowers. Purple Flush are a great way to add a pop of color to your household. Enjoys a bright well-lit spot with protection from full sun, allow compost to dry out between watering. Doesn't’ like a humid environment.
Senecio Peregrinus "String of Dolphins" or "Dolphin Necklace" is a rare succulent with leaves looking like dolphins that trail down thin stems. Grows and spreads out across the ground, or grows down out of a hanging basket. It grows well when it receives enough light. Each dolphin-shaped leaf is a “window” where it absorbs light.
Lepismium Bolivianum is spine-free cactus beautifully unique with long flat stems can grow over a metre in length and so is the perfect trailing plant. Brilliant at cleaning the air and occasionally producing pinkish white flowers. Lepismium Bolivianum - an epiphytic cactus, it requires minimal watering and barely any sunshine to flourish.
Tradescantia hijau baru is an uncommon variety of the ever popular Tradescantia family. Tradescantia hijau baru is a fast growing hanging plant with deep, glossy green leaves and stunning purple underside.
Vriesea Era - The flaming sword bromeliad is a flowering plant which belongs to the vriesea genus and bromeliaceae family. Like other bromeliads this species has a rosette of leaves and a cup or vase in the center which has to be filled with water regularly. These plants like a constant warm temperature (minimum of 15°C). As they feed through the leaves, mist the leaves regularly throughout the summer. Most importantly don't overwater, let the soil dry out between watering.
Tradescantia Purple Passion a gorgeous variety has beautiful purple striped leaves with thick fleshy vines that thrive in both full sun and partial shade.
Ficus 'Abidjan', more commonly known as the "Rubber Plant" - Broad glossy leaves are in rich tones of burgundy and bronzes with emerging leaves being a beautiful bright green color in contrast. One of the most effective plants for filtering and purifying air. Easy to care for, liking bright indirect light but coping relatively well with lower light conditions.
Phlebodium Blue Star is an unusual houseplant which has a unique appearance compared to other ferns. Elongated , blue-green fronds curl into non-conforming straps. The blue star fern is an epiphyte meaning it can grow on other trees rather than in the soil. They are naturally found in the tropical rainforests of South America.
Crassula Hottentot - The Jade necklace vine is a unusual, trailing variety that grows tall spills over, making a great hanging plant which has small, star-shaped flowers in the Winter. Likes direct or indirect light but no shade. TOXIC to pets!💀
Cryptanthus Strawberry Flambe commonly known by the name "Earth Star" is an evergreen plant - leaves are arranged in rosettes, they can reach 30cm across and are striped with green, cream and pink coloring.
Native to central South America, they are easy to care for, making them excellent beginner cacti. While they prefer a warm and dry climate, they are more adaptable than some of their cacti cousins plus they produce these natural pink flowers.
Kalanchoe Thyrsiflora “Paddle Plant” - also known as flapjack paddle plant, this succulent kalanchoe plant has thick, rounded, paddle-shaped green leaves that take on a reddish or deep pink tint during the winter. Water kalanchoe only when the soil is dry, allow the pot to drain completely before replacing the plant on its drainage saucer. Never overwater, as kalanchoe, like all succulents, is prone to rot in soggy soil.
The green leaves of this house plant are threaded with bright cerise veins, as well as attractively patterned along with yellow-green splotches. It's a showy plant, and curious too, as the leaves tend to fold at night - which is why they are commonly referred to as prayer plants. They like relatively stable temperatures (ideally above 15°C) and like to be kept well watered and they thrive in humidity.
Lithops "Living stones" are succulents that look like rocks! As small and slow-growing plants, they are relatively easy to care for because they have the capacity to store water for months in their leaves, remember they thrive in desert condition with infrequent moisture and intense sunlight ☀️.