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Philodendron bipinnatifidum


  • Philodendron bipinnatifidum, commonly called tree philodendron or split leaf philodendron, is a large, non-climbing, semi-woody shrub with huge, glossy, wavy-margined, deeply-dissected evergreen leaves (to 3’ long) which rise up on long stalks (petioles) from the plant crown in a rosette-like configuration. Tiny apetalous white flowers bloom in an upright spadix which is enclosed by a purplish red spathe. Flowers rarely appear on indoor plants. Tree philodendron is native to tropical to subtropical areas of Paraguay and southeastern Brazil. In its native habitat, it will mature to 15’ tall with a trunk-like stem to 6” in diameter, but as an indoor container plant will typically grow much smaller.


Livistona rotundifolia 


  • A gorgeous little gem of an indoor palm tree, with glossy palmate leaves. Prefers moderate bright light and can tolerate some shade, however it should be placed far from direct sunlight through the window and any sources of heat. 
  • Keep in a fairly moist soil, avoiding the roots to sit in water, as they rot really easily.
  • Feed with a mild fertiliser once in fortnight during spring and summer. Do not fertilise in winter. 





Clusia rosea

Clusia rosea is an ornamental leafy houseplant that is remarkably sturdy and easy to care for. Its stiff, leathery leaves are a dark olive green in colour and are said to be so tough, you could carve your name into them – hence the popular name 'Autograph Tree'. The paddle-like leaves are also noted for their air filtering properties.





Calathea orbifolia

Calathea Orbifolia is a very animated and decorative plant that is sure to gain “favorite” status in your houseplant collection. Calathea grow very well in low light areas and are the perfect plant choice to add lush tropical look to any indoor or outdoor environment.





Strelitzia nicolai

(Gaint White Bird of Paradise)


The Bird of Paradise is one of the tropical flowers rapidly grown indoors. They grow big around 1-1.8mts tall, with beautiful banana-like leaves and flamboyant white flowers. 3-6 years for give flowers






Ravenala madagascariensis


Ravenala is a genus of flowering plants with a single species, Ravenala madagascariensis, commonly known as the traveller's tree, traveller's palm or East-West palm, from Madagascar.




Calathea roseopicta

The brilliant, rose-colored pallet of Calathea roseopicta’s patterned foliage is hugely popular – but there’s a catch. Calatheas generally deserve their fussy reputation, and the lovely Roseopicta is one of the worst offenders.




Olive Tree

Need to make peace with a friend or even yourself? Extend a literal olive branch with this baby olive tree. If you're planning on keeping it indoors, we'd recommend the medium size (unless you have soaringly high ceilings in which case, we're jealous).





Ficus elastica

The rubber plant (Ficus elastica) is a popular ornamental plant from the Ficus genus. In it's natural habitat it grows over 30 metres tall, however, the varieties grown indoors are a much more manageable height. For the indoor grower looking for a tree type plant species with attractive foliage which can grow from 1ft to over 8ft tall, this is an excellent choice.




Alocasia sanderiana

Alocasia sanderiana 'Commonly known as the kris plant' has impressive arrow-shaped, shiny leaves with white veins and a red-green underside. Alocasia sanderiana is an easy exotic house plant. The Alocasia sandriana'S leaf edge is wavy, like a kris 'Also known as a kalis dagger'.






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Meyer Lemon 

This Meyer Lemon tree is a two-for-one deal–a beautiful tree to cheer up any room and a way to get delicious, home-grown lemons. It's really a win-win. 





Licuala grandis

Licuala grandis, the ruffled fan palm, Vanuatu fan palm or Palas palm, is a species of palm tree in the family Arecaceae, native to Vanuatu, an island nation in the Pacific. 




Birds of Paradise 

The Bird of Paradise's large, lush leaves bring a touch of the tropics and make a statement anywhere they go.



Calathea Louisae

This is a species of plant belonging to the genus Goeppertia, native to Rio de Janeiro state of southeast Brazil but cultivated in other places as an ornamental. 




Ficus elastica

The rubber plant (Ficus elastica) is a popular ornamental plant from the Ficus genus. In it's natural habitat it grows over 30 metres tall, however, the varieties grown indoors are a much more manageable height. For the indoor grower looking for a tree type plant species with attractive foliage which can grow from 1ft to over 8ft tall, this is an excellent choice.




Guiana Chestnut

Money tree, also commonly referred to Guiana chestnut, is a species of tree native to Central and South America that has become an attractive houseplant thanks to its hardy nature. First popularized as a houseplant in Taiwan during the 1980s, the money tree is prominent among those who practice feng shui and is believed to create positive “chi,” or energy, in the home. This alone has made it a staple in offices, banks, and homes alike.



Alocasia Macrorrhizos 

The giant taro was originally domesticated in the Philippines, but are known from wild specimens to early Austronesians in Taiwan.




Calathea Majestic  

There are several dozen species in this genus. Native to the tropical Americas, many of the species are popular as pot plants due to their decorative leaves and, in some species, colorful inflorescences. 




Calathea Maui Queen

The Calathea ‘Maui Queen’ is a rare houseplant that’s part of the overarching Marantaceae (aka Prayer Plant) family. Displaying daily plant movement is just one of the stunning traits this plant possesses it also features a gorgeous foliage design with feather-like markings. This tropical indoor plant needs a moderate level of care, making it a great choice for those plant parents looking to up their plant game.






Monstera deliciosa

Monstera deliciosa is making itself known as the "It" plant for style-savvy home decorators, stealing the spotlight from the fiddle leaf fig which has been topping the indoor-plant charts for far too long, if you ask us.

So why the sudden surge in popularity? We put it down to three simple factors:

1. easy to grow 

2. Its glossy, Swiss-cheese like leaves make a naturally beautiful statement in any style of home.

3. They can be grown big or small making them the perfect indoor plants for both tiny apartments or large open-plan homes.



Ficus Tree

Ficus trees come in all shapes and sizes. Some resemble fiddle leaf figs and others look a bit more gentle and billowy. They need medium to bright light and watering each time the top of the soil starts to get dry. They can shed a few leaves when you first bring it to its new home, too, but don't worry—that's normal when they're moved from one place to another. They look great in a variety of rooms, but we're digging the corner placement in this bathroom designed by Alexander DB




Livistona chinensis

Chinese fan palms (Livistona chinensis) are very popular in the Florida landscape but also make an excellent indoor plant for a sunny room. This neat palm is slow growing and has a single, upright trunk and large leaves that can reach up to 6 feet (2 m.) in length.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Fan Palm Houseplant: How To Grow Fan Palm Trees Indoors





Schefflera Amate

The schefflera houseplant is a popular plant and comes in many varieties. The most well known are the umbrella tree and the dwarf umbrella tree. One of the reasons the plant is popular is because schefflera plant care is so easy, but, while schefflera care is easy, the plant does need to be cared for.





Schefflera arboricola

It is an evergreen shrub growing to 8–9 m tall, free-standing, or clinging to the trunks of other trees as an epiphyte. The leaves are palmately compound, with 7–9 leaflets, the leaflets 9–20 cm long and 4–10 cm broad (though often smaller in cultivation) with a wedge-shaped base, entire margin, and an obtuse or acute apex, sometimes emarginate.






Rhapis Excelsa

Rhapis excelsa, also known as broadleaf lady palm or bamboo palm, is a species of fan palm in the genus Rhapis, probably native to southern China.






Dypsis lutescens


The Areca Palm is a statement plant used to decorategardens as well as any interior. As its leaves resemble a palm tree, having one in your homne will give that tropicalvibe you only get from beach holidays. As you can imagine, this green beauty is very popular among interior designers and plant afcionados.

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