Indoor Plants

Pink Polka Dot Plant and Balcony Gardening

Balcony gardening combines the best of both worlds! The vivid colours of shade-loving outdoor plants add brilliant bright colour to patios, balconies and atriums.
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Indoor Plant of the Month for February: Mini ‘Love palm’

February is the month of ‘LOVE’. With Valentine’s Day dominating the agenda, stores are filled with red roses, chocolates, red hot chillies and a wide range of novelty items.
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Indoor Plant of the Month for January Philodendron Varieties

Philodendron Varieties
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Indoor Plant of the Month for December Cupressus Macrocarpa 'Gold Crest'

Cupressus Macrocarpa 'Gold Crest'
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Capsicum Varieties – Chillies

Turn up the heat with ornamental peppers! Capsicum varieties are ‘hot, hot, hot’ and include sweet peppers, cayenne peppers, ornamental & seriously real chillies.
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Indoor Plant of the Month for October – New Guinea Impatiens

    It’s hard to find striking colour contrasts as unique and vivid as New Guinea Impatiens.
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Indoor Plant of the Month for September: Schlumbergera

Christmas Cactus (Schlumbergera var.) Schlumbergera. It sounds like someone sneezing, yet it is the name of one of the most striking and surreal-looking indoor plants.
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Indoor Plant of the Month for August: Nephrolepsis (Fern)

After years out of the limelight, ferns are on their way back and are trending in 2016!!
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Spectacular Cyclamen

  The blossoms of the Cyclamen twist and turn like tiny butterfly wings.
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Grand Guzmanias

  Dad will love one of these this Father’s Day! Guzmanias are stunning table-top plants with long, narrow, shiny green leaves that rise from a deep central cup.
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Indoor Plant for May: Vriesea ‘Splenriet’

  A fiery gift for mom this Mother’s Day Vriesea ‘Splenriet’, a hybrid of Vriesea splendens that is also known as flaming sword, is ideal for novice gardeners.
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Indoor Plant for October: Begonia Elatior

Begonia: Best for the living room The begonia (of the Begoniaceae family) is known for its brilliant, frilly flowers and fancy foliage.
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Indoor Plant for November: Kalanchoe

Kalanchoe blossfeldiana is one of the prettiest, most popular representatives of the succulent family.
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Indoor Plant for July: Gerbera Daisy

Gerbera Daisy plants, with 30 fellow varieties, are one of the most popular, frequently delivered and self-grown flowers across the world.
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Indoor Plant for February: Peace Lily

Originating from South America, spectacular spaths (also known as the peace lily or sail plant) are a wonderful, easy-going addition to any décor – whether you’re a seasoned houseplant gardener or new to the whole houseplant thing.
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Indoor Plant for December: Poinsettia

Poinsettias (also know as Mexican Flame Leaf) are traditionally associated with the festive season.
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Indoor Plant for January: Chrysanthemum

Nothing says summer like beautiful mounds of brightly coloured mums! Originating from eastern Asia, the common chrysanthemum has been cultivated for centuries (they were first cultivated in China as a flowering herb as far back as the 15th century BC).
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Indoor Plant for August: Calla Lilies

Calla Lilies are one of the most beautiful flowers with a unique flower form.
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Indoor Plant for April: Ficus Bonsai

General Information: There are hundreds of species of figs in the Ficus genus, most of them tropical and evergreen, although some are deciduous.
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Bring the garden indoors

Life is a garden is filled with glorious plants, but why not make your indoor rooms just as exciting by adding some interesting or colourful houseplants to the patio or living areas?
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