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Spathiphyllum Picasso-variegated foliage
NOT PERMITTED INTO WA-SORRY! PHOTO IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE TYPE OF PLANT YOU WILL RECEIVE- Picasso Spathiphyllum is extremely sought after and difficult to source amongst indoor plant collectors at the moment. It has highly prized variegation that sets this one apart from all other varieties of spathiphyllum that are what this plant is famous for. If left to grow in the correct conditions, this plant will multiply or clump up nicely over the years to come, as shown in the gallery of images. The plant you are buying measures approx 25cm in height from soil level and about 30cm in...
The famous pilea peperomioides has been at the very top of the in trend house plant list for some time now. Close to impossible to source in Australia less than 2 to 3 years ago, this plant is slowly becoming more accessible to the public. Still relatively hard to come by though, this plant is also known as the chinese money plant. As it matures, it develops a stunning woody stem which can be grow bolt upright or can equally have a tendancy to flop down over the edge of the pot. Either way, it will continue to have glorious...
Aspidistra Elatior “Milky Way”
Aspidistra elatior ‘milky way’ is an old-fashioned and rarely seen variant of the cast iron plant with yellow polka dots on leaves that are shiny and much more narrow that the normal variety of this plant. The plant you are buying measures 15 cm in height and 20cm in width with a similar mount of leaves as the plant depicted in the photo. This one is a stunner for any indoor plant collector or lover of all things unusual in the plant world. Milky way is an ideal choice for the darker spot in the house compared to other indoor...
SMALL Alocasia maccrorhizos-variegated elephant ear
EXAMPLE PHOTO SHOWN ONLY. NOT FOR WA DUE TO SHIPPING DELAYS-WILL BE DEAD UPON ARRIVAL EACH PLANT MEASURES APPROX 10cm in HEIGHT FROM SOIL LEVEL-NO INDIVIDUAL CHOICE, SORRY. PLEASE NOTE, THIS VARIETY OF ALOCASIA HATE BEING TRANSPORTED AND THE LEAVES ARE LIKELY TO TURN SLIGHTLY YELLOW & LIMP. IF THIS OCCURS, REMOVE DAMAGED FOLIAGE TO ENCOURAGE NEW GROWTH. THESE PLANTS ALSO GO DORMANT IN WINTER, WHICH MEANS THEY DIE BACK TO THEIR BULB AND RE SPROUT IN SPRING. BY BUYING THIS PLANT YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THIS AND AGREE THAT NO REFUND OR PARTIAL REFUND WILL BE GIVEN. This one is a...
Oxalis triangularis | Purple Shamrock | False shamrock
Oxalis triangularis, commonly called 'purple shamrock' or 'false shamrock' due to its triangular leaves of deep purple, is a very good houseplant for the beginner This plant is photophilic, which means that when the light at the end of the day begins to reduce, the foliage of this plant folds up for the night, re-opening again in the morning. Each plant measures approx 10cm in height and 5cm in width. PLEASE NOTE THAT MY EXPERIENCE HAS SHOWN THAT THIS PLANT IS VERY LIKELY AND/OR GUARANTEED TO GO LIMP DURING POSTAGE BUT SHOULD RECOVER QUICKLY IF POTTED UP QUICKLY AND KEPT MOIST UPON ARRIVAL....
This is our favourite variety of the calathea family, calathea orbifolia has large, rounded leaves in a light green colour with uniform silvery white stripes or markings. When mature, it grows up to 50cm in height and thickens up to make a gorgeous houseplant plant, particularly for those not so bright spots in the house. Calathea orbifolia does not like to be overwatered, so keep watering at a moderate level, best described as being on the dryer side of wet. The plant you are buying measures approx 10cm in height from soil level and 10cm across.
Rhaphidophora amplissimum | silver stripe | cutting only
For sale is a cutting approx with a stem of approx 20cm in length. Epipremnum amplissimum (also known as Pothos amplifolia and Rhaphidophora amplissimia) is a member of the Araceae family of plants and can be found in parts of Australia and New Guinea. This plant is a very rare find and grows in swampy areas of the open forest and rain forest. The leaves are long, narrow and green with hints of a bluish grey color. Any variegation can disappear as the leaf ages. Epipremnum amplissimum is an epiphytic vine that can grab and grow up other plants...
Thaumatophyllum spruceanum , formerly known as Philodendron goeldii
This self heading plant, formerly of the philodendron genus and now known to belong to the recently established new Thaumatophyllum genus, produces clusters of leaves that form in a spiral or wheel fashion at the end or tip of each stem. These specimens are a lovely and luscious size, measuring approx 20cm in height and 20cm in width. This is a very robust plant and excellent for the beginner wanting to try something a little unusual.
Philodendron camposportoanum is a small growing philo which has some unique abilities. When the plant is juvenile it will produce dark velvety small leaves. As it climbs the leaves change dramatically into a heart shape with long back lobes. As the plant grows even larger it starts to look more like a trilobed leaf philo. Another odd feature is the leaves can turn pink in bright light. It is a fantastic plant if allowed to climb, where it can become a larger plant for tropical gardens or as a house plant with a totem. Each plant measures approx 20...
Amazon Lily - Eucharis Grandiflora
Lovely glossy green leaves, this plant has the added bonus of producing a bloom if kept in the correct conditions, which resemble jonquils. I prefer this one however for the foliage, as it copes with lower light levels compared to some. Be prepared for a trade off though, as you do need higher levels of light to encourage the Amazon lily to bloom. Will clump as it matures. Each plant measures approx 10cm in height from soil level and 15cm in width. You will have a minimum of 2 leaves on each plant. The plant will be shipped bare rooted,...
Philodendron burle marx CUTTING | imbe | new yorker
DUE TO EXTENSIVE POSTAL DELAYS TO WA, NOT FOR SALE TO WA AS IT WILL BE ROTTEN WHEN IT ARRIVES, APOLOGIES. PLEASE NOTE THERE MAY BE SOME SLIGHT YELLOWING TO SOME LEAVES OR PART THEREOF, THIS IS DUE TO IT BEING MIDDLE OF WINTER IN ADELAIDE, IT DOES NOT HARM POTENTIAL OF GROWTH. For sale is a an unrooted cutting with at least 2 nodes for you to propogate. IT IS NOT A PLANT BUT A CUTTING Burle Marx is an easy to grow, prehistoric looking, low growing variety of Philodendron well suited for interiorscapes, containers and tropical landscape...
Long and luscious strands, approx 1 metre in length, perfect for the shelf or hanging pot. Rhipsalis is a cacti genus with approximately 35 distinct species. Rhipsalis have no needles, and they are native to the rainforests of SOuth America, the Carribbean and Central Amercia leading to their classification as jungle cacti. Rhipsalis enjoy bright but indirect light. Exposure to afternoon sun can burn the leaves, trn them yellow, or lead to spotting. In their native environment, Rhipsalis is accustomed to receiving light that has been filtered through dense, overhanging tree branches. Picturing this environment can help you adjust your...
Ficus Triangularis | Triangle Fig
NOT PERMITTED INTO WA THE PLANT IN THE PHOTO IS THE ONE YOU ARE BUYING One of the easiest indoor Figs. The unusual triangular leaves are quite thick and tough. It loves bright light like most members of the Ficus family. Each plant measures approx 50cm in height from soil level and 40cm i width. Be sure to tip prune on a semi regular basis to encourage a bushy habit. Temperature Normal indoor temps are fine but keep away from heat sources and cold draughts. Water Really important to let this dry out inbetween waterings (Wait for the top 2-3...
Ficus Petiolaris | rock fig
This one is a a relatively less common and hard to find member of the ficus family. We adore it for its hot pink veins on each leaf. A native of Mexico, it has a common name of rock fig, because it is often found growing in rocky areas where the roots stretch over rocks in search of rooting soil. The develop a large and distinctive lump at their based, which is called a basal caudex, which adds to the loveliness of this plant. Ficus petiolaris is a very easy houseplants. It thrives in part sun to part shade in...
Xerosicyos danguyi 10CM CUTTING | Silver Dollar Plant| Silver Dollar Vine
YOU ARE BUYING A CUTTING THAT IS 10cm in length with no roots. This is not a houseplant, as it is a succulent, it should be grown outdoors, which a good amount of indirect light, not direct light. This native plant to Madagascar, this one is loved by plant enthusiasts as it produces foliage that resembles a coin. As with most succulents, be careful not to over-water, it is preferable to allow the potting media to dry out completely before watering once again. It's growth habit resembles a bush rather than a vine as it grows and has small...
Philodendron eximium -quilted heart-shaped foliage
This is an example of the plant you will be buying. A stunning heart shaped philodendron that has very desirable quilting to it's foliage. This one is on the easier end of the scale of difficulty so if you are a beginner and ready to take the plunge into the world of more expensive indoor plants, this is the one to go for. The one measures approx 30cm in height from soil level.
Micans grows wild in regions of South and Central America and are increasing in popularity die to their velvet textured and heart shaped foliage. In cooler weather than can develop a maroon tinge to their foliage that can also turn different shades of green. These are popular due to their vining habit, which looks stunning hanging down from a shelf. Each plant measures approx 15cm in length from soil level.
Calathea louisae Freddy
The Calathea is a genus of plants belonging to the family Marantaceae. There are a large number of species in the genus. The Calathea is native to the Americas. The Calathea louisae for commonly called Freddy has striking leaves are the attraction for tropical gardeners and indoor plant lovers as well. Calathea Freddy has leaves similar to the Calathea makoyana. The differences are the stripes on the Freddy are more uniformed and the leaves are narrower and longer. Calatheas grow by means of a creeping rhizome. (They are not at all invasive). Your plant will expand quickly enough to...
Araucaria bidwillii-Bunya Pine
This one is one of three native Australian plants that are recommended as an option for indoor plants. The other two being kaurii pine and hoop pine. A stunning textural specimen plant to add interest to your indoor plant collection. Tall straight tree to 40 metres in height with rough almost black bark. Branches are arranged symmetrically. Leaves are lanceolate, sharply pointed to 5cm in length. Female cones are very large, 30cm by 20cm long. Seed are edible. Native to Queensland. Each plant measures approx 15cm in height.