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  • Calathea

    Calathea

    £40.00

    Calathea

    £40.00

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    Calathea

    £40.00

    The calathea was given its common name, prayer plant, because its leaves fold together at night, like praying hands. If you’re up early enough you’ll see those leaves relax at sunrise, to collect all the day’s rays. 

    Native to Brazilian rainforests, the prayer plant grows in a variety of different colours in the wild.

    To keep your plant happy, give it a spot somewhere that gets a medium level of light and water it whenever the top two inches of soil feel dry. You should also give it a feed with liquid fertiliser once a month in spring and summer.

    This plant is amazingly easy to keep.

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  • Peace Lily

    Peace Lily

    £42.00

    Peace Lily

    £42.00

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    Peace Lily

    £42.00

    Spathiphyllum Vivaldi is a mid-sized Peace Lily with lots of beautiful glossy, dark green leaves and large white spathes that can last for weeks. The pot may vary.

    Light: Moderate to bright, indirect light preferred. Will adapt to lower light levels.

    Water: Keep the soil moist at all times. Allow the top of the soil to dry out slightly before watering. The plant will start to droop if it needs more water. Ensure adequate drainage.

    Temperature: Average room temperatures from 18-24°C but can cope with as low as 12°C in winter.

    Humidity: Enjoys increased levels of humidity if possible. Mist regularly.

    Feed: Apply a weak dose of a liquid fertiliser once or twice a month during the growing season. 

    Care tips: Flowers are relatively short lived. They will turn brown and die off naturally. Remove from the base of the stems as necessary.

    Air Purifying: This plant filters airborne toxins and is part of our clean air plant collection.

    Height and Growth Rate: Ultimate height c75cm. Moderate growth rate.

    Toxicity: Mildly toxic if eaten.

    Origin: South America

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  • Ficus Robusta

    Ficus Robusta

    £21.50

    Ficus Robusta

    £21.50

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    Ficus Robusta

    £45.00

    Ficus elastica Robusta is a modern variety that is very close to the original species in appearance, but with leaves that are wider and more glossy.

    Being one of the best air-filtering plants available, and low-maintenance too, Robusta is a great plant to add lush, tropical foliage to your interior spaces.

    Light: Ficus elastica Robusta prefers bright, indirect light but does cope quite well in lower light conditions.

    Water: Water when the soil starts to become slightly dry at the top. Keep the soil lightly moist at all times, but do not over water as this will cause leaf drop.

    Temperature: Ideal temperatures are 16-24°C. Avoid cold draughts.

    Humidity: No specific requirements, although the occasional misting wouldn't go amiss.

    Feed: Apply a weak dose of a fertiliser once or twice a month during the growing season.

    Care tips: Insufficient light or incorrect watering can trigger leaf drop. Adjust as necessary and your plant should quickly recover. Wipe the leaves occasionally with a damp cloth to prevent dust accumulation. Note: Ficus sap contains sticky latex which can be an irritant, therefore wash your hands if any comes into contact with your skin.

    Air Purifying: This plant filters airborne toxins and is part of our clean air plant collection.

    Height and Growth Rate: In their native environment, Ficus elastica Robusta can grow to many metres tall. As an indoor house plant, it is up to you: simply trim to maintain your desired height. Typical indoor heights are anything from 30cm to 2m. Moderate to fast growing.

    Toxicity: Considered poisonous, therefore keep away from children and animals.

    Origin: India and Indonesia.

     

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  • Dracaena Compacta

    Dracaena Compacta

    £32.00

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    Dracaena Compacta

    £32.00

    Compacta as the name suggests is a compact version of Dracaena fragrans. It has a thick green stem and superb, dense clumps of short, dark green leaves. This is one variety of Dracaena whose leaves are not variegated; instead you get a wonderful rich and deep glossy green leaf.
    Compacta is very definitely a stylish option and looks stunning in modern, contemporary settings. Dracaena Compacta likes bright conditions and enjoys slightly raised humidity. Like all Dracaena it helps purify the surrounding air.


    Light:
    Dracaena Compacta likes bright, indirect light. It will tolerate some light shade.

    Water: Water when the soil starts to dry out at the top, water well and allow to drain thoroughly. Dracaena are relatively drought tolerant. Do not over water as this will cause the leaf tips to blacken.

    Temperature: Average household temperatures between 16-24°C but can cope with as low as 12°C for short periods.

    Humidity: Increase humidity levels via a pebble tray and mist regularly, especially if the heating is on.

    Feed: Apply a weak dose of a fertiliser once or twice a month during the growing       season.

    Care tips: Wipe leaves with a damp cloth to remove accumulated dust. Cut back by removing the top of the plant if it grows too tall. Don't use leaf shine on these plants.

    Air Purifying: This plant filters airborne toxins and is part of our clean air plant collection.

    Height and Growth Rate: Ultimate height 1-2m. Very slow growing.

    Toxicity: The sap is toxic to animals. It is not considered poisonous to humans but should not be ingested.

    Origin: Tropical Africa.

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  • Macula - polka dot begonia

    Macula - polka dot begonia

    £25.00

    Begonia maculata is also called the polka dot begonia due to its silver-spotted leaves. The silvery spots on the dark, olive-green angel wing-shaped leaves create striking foliage. This eye-catching houseplant is relatively easy to care for indoors. The spotted begonia—also called ‘Wightii’—must be one of the most dramatic indoor plants you can grow.

     

    How to care for begonia maculata: Polka dot begonia (Wightii) needs well-draining soil, and the pot should be in bright, indirect light. The soil should be slightly dry before watering, and humidity levels should be high—over 45%—and the temperature between 65°F and 86°F (18°C – 30°C). For best results, feed every two to four weeks and prune regularly. Easy propagation is by placing stem cuttings in water.


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  • Monkey Jar

    Monkey Jar

    £35.00

    Monkey Jar

    £35.00

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    Monkey Jar

    £35.00