Indoor Plants

Indoor plants bring life into your home.

Foliage and flowering indoor pot plants, grown for their decorative leaves and flowers can last a long time in the home provided that they are properly cared for.

Their practical uses are vast and varied, bringing a touch of nature into the indoor living environment. Moreover, they are a practical and affordable way of transforming an ordinary home into a rich living oasis where tension and boredom are dispelled.

Indoor plants like Spathyphyllum, flowering Chrysanthemums, Bamboo Palms, Dracaenas and Ficus Varieties are available throughout the year and with the correct positioning in your home or office, not only provide interest but most importantly cleanse the air we breathe.

Indoor plants guide.

Here are our top recommendations from our cast range of indoor plants:

Peace Lily – Spathiphyllum

  • Shiny dark green foliage with white flowers borne on tall stems
  • Well suited to low natural light offices, bathrooms and bedrooms
  • Keep soil moist and avoid from drying out

Chrysanthemum

  • Rewarding indoor flowering plant
  • Position in rooms and patios with good natural light, avoiding direct sunlight
  • Keep soil moist and avoid from drying out

Butterfly / Moth Orchid – Phalaenopsis

  • Position in rooms with good natural light with indirect sunlight to encourage flowering
  • Water sparingly but prevent potting medium from drying out
  • Avoid draughts

Flamingo Flower – Anthurium

  • Suited to rooms with good natural light, avoiding direct sunlight
  • Soil can dry out moderately between watering
  • Your Anthurium will flourish with room temperatures above 18 degrees Celsius
  • Avoid cold temperatures

Begonia – Begonia Elatior

  • Popular indoor flowering plant
  • Position in rooms with good natural light, avoiding direct sunlight that will scorch the lush foliage
  • Keep soil moist and avoid from drying out

Weeping Fig – Ficus Benjamina

  • Rewarding indoor foliage plant that will add elegance to any room with good natural light
  • Avoid direct sunlight
  • Soil can be slightly dry before watering again

Kalanchoe – Calandiva

  • Indoor flowering plant with flowers in tight clusters
  • It needs very bright light and water as needed but keep it on the dry side to prevent the succulent leaves from drying out

Love Palm – Chamaedorea Elegans

  • Outstanding indoor palm that will grow well in rooms and offices with good natural light
  • Avoid direct sunlight

Cyclamen – Cyclamen Persicum

  • An indoor plant with beautiful flowers to enhance living areas in your home and patio
  • Position Cyclamen with good access to indirect sunlight, keep soil moist in between watering

Yucca

  • An indoor plant with striking leaves to dramatic effect
  • Strong growing abilities
  • Avoid overwatering
  • Position Yucca with very good light

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