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NOT PERMITTED INTO WA 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 30cm in height from soil level and about 15cm in width. Variegation is random on each leaf and differs between each plant....
Ceropegia woodii | variegated chain of hearts
Not your ordinary chain of hearts, these ones are the variegated variety and are luscious and dense. One of the hardiest of all basked succulents, hearts can be grown almost anywhere indoors or outdoors, sunny or dark. Long tendrils can grow a metre or more in a season and fill a pot very fast. Heart shaped leaves appear along entire length and cute 3cm vase shaped flowers can appear in summer from every leaf. Large numbers of potatoes form inside the pot to store food and water so plants can live for many months without water, water well and allow...
Sanseveria Trifasciata | Bantel's Sensation white variegated snake plant
This is a rarer variety of the common snake plants or mother in laws tongue. We adore this one as it has more white variegation than green in the foliage. This one is less common and not easy to find. Each plant measures approx 25 in height and approx 10 cms if not slighter larger at its widest point.
Variegated Devils Ivy
This member of the devils ivy family has highly prized yellow and green variegated foliage, that is highly attractive. As with all members of the pothos family, this one will thrive on neglect and is a great one for the beginner. Able to withstand a lower level of light than most other indoor plants, this one will trail and tumble over the edge of the pot so is great to have on display on a mantle or shelf. Each plant measures approx 15cm in height and 15cm in width. The plant will be shipped bare rooted, wrapped in paper towell,...
Unlike the Picasso, this variety of spathiphyllum has variegation (white and green) and texture in the form of rippled foliage. Each plant measures approx 20cm in height.
Another member of the Aspadistra family or cast iron plant but this one has a twist, gorgeous stripes of white set against the background of dark green. Each plant measures approx 30 to 40cm in height from soil level. The plant will be shipped bare rooted, wrapped in sphagnum moss, surrounded in bubble wrap and taped securely within a large postage tube to minimise movement during transit. Please note that some damage can occur during transit on occasions, despite my best efforts to package our plants ready for travel. I hope you understand if that does by chance occur.
Ficus Elastica Shivereana-Speckled Foliage
A very special and hard to find speckled member of the rubber tree family. This one is very hardy and great for the beginner. Each plant measures approx 20 to 25cm in height from soil level.
Philodendron white princess
This hybrid is somewhat similar to the highly sought after philodendron white knight but is self heading. White princess has striking ornamental foliage which is deep green with random splashes of pure white, variegated patterns. Suited to free draining, moist soils or potting media in filtered light. Tolerant of poor light conditions and very sensitive to frost. Each plant is small, measuring approx 15cm in diameter and 5cm in height.
Xanthosoma sagittifolium |Mickey Mouse Plant | variegated foliage
These guys have a number of common names include Mickey Mouse Plant, Mouse Cup and Pocket Plant. Bluish-green arrowhead-shaped leaves with wide irregular areas splashed with cream and white.Very unique as the tips of the leaves can be fused into a cup, sporting a long tail. Can go dormant in winter. Each plant measures approx cm in height and cm in width.
Epipremnum aureum "Marble Queen"-variegated white and green pothos
With lush, attractively marbled, heart-shaped leaves carried on trailing stems, this tropical plant is ideal for a warm spot indoors that is brightly lit. A vary hard to find member of the pothos family, this variety is at the top of most devils ivy collector's wish lists for its stunning white and green variegation Each plant measures approx 8cm in height from soil level and 22cm in width.
Alocasia maccrorhizos-LARGE-variegated elephant ear
You are buying the plant pictured in the photos with excellent variegation. This one is a stunning member of the elephant ear family, with heavily variegated foliage, of white and pale green. It is also referred to as Alocasia macrorrhizos (also 'macrorrhiza') 'Variegata', or 'Variegata alba’. In tropical climates, this one is a very fast grower, with leaves reaching a maximum length of up to 1 metre. This is not the case in the southern States of Australia, and grows at a much slower rate. If being grown in these conditions or indoors, it may die down to its bulb but...
Albo variegated Syngonium podophyllum "fantasy"
Beautiful variegated plant with leaves in tones of almost white, cream and green. A must have plant for collectors generally of indoor plants but especially those who adore variegated plants. Each plant measures approx 13cm in width and 13cm in height.
Variegated Dinner Plant Fig | Polyscias scuttellaria
This is a green and yellow variegated specimen with a woody stem. Each plant measures approx 30cm with some specimens up to 50cm in height from soil level.
Aralia | Polyscias crispatum-variegated foliage
Not permitted in WA looking for an unusual but striking tropical office plant that you will not see in the big box stores? Consider one of the many species of Aralia. Aralias tolerate medium light, but prefer good, indirect light. Good drainage is critical, as the roots will rot easily. Use a very light, highly porous soil. This plant needs to be kept slightly moist at all times. Issues with leaf drop are usually related to humidity; aralias will not tolerate dry air. So be sure to keep the humidity up They can handle high temperatures, as long as the humidity...