This is our selection of plants that can live in your home, as "indoor plants". These hard-to-find species are all very different but they can all be grown in your home. Some can take very low light and some others might need to receive some sun from a window. Palms, bromeliads, cordylines and aspidistras should never dry out. On the other hand, Sansevierias, Hoyas and Rhipsalis need less water and can even take drought.
A huge clump of Green Elephant Tusks: stiff, upright cylindrical leaves up to 2 m tall. This is an impressive species from Tropical East Africa. The largest of all sansevierias. It can grow indoors in a large pot, in bright light. We ship a 40-60 cm plant, bare-rooted.
NEW ! - Cont. 8-10 cm. The most sought after of all the “Hahnii”. Thin, small, yellow, semi translucent leaves with a wide, central green band. Its ample variegation makes this plant the most delicate of the series: better grown indoor in a warm,
NEW ! - 30 cm tall, cont. 12 cm. Wonderful, new cultivar showing a unique type of variegation:looks as painted with glossy creamy-golden enamel. It grows in ‘tulip shaped’ rosettes of thick, 30 cm long, arching leaves. The most brightly coloured.
This climbing aroid has unreal, exotic, ornamental foliage. Each hearth-leaf is dull green, speckled with true shimmering silver. Its flexible stems creep, climb or hang, so it is perfect in hanging baskets. Scindapsus pictus 'Argyraeus' is a bit slower than the more common "pothos" vine, with golden streaks.
This aroid from semi-dry areas is named so because of the similarity with some cycads in the genus Zamia. It is native to E - SE Africa, that resists to many different conditions. Its showy glossy leaves are produced from a stout underground, succulent rhizome. It is very easy to grow, and the unusual flowers are a nice addition.It is normally evergreen,...
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