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Callisia Repens 'Pink Panther'
Pink Panther, Pink Lady Callisia repens The 'Pink Panther' adds a splash of colour to your home with beautifully striped leaves in pink, green and white. A spreading succulent, it hangs gently over the edge of pots, or can be planted out in rockery gardens to creep amongst the gaps between other plants. Easy to care for it requires semi-regular watering in a well drained, bright position.
Philodendron 'Brasil' Philodendron hederaceum This popular new variety of Philodendron is very easy to grow. This indoor climber has lush green and variegated yellow arrow-shaped leaves which will add a tropical feel to your space. This hardy and low maintenance stunner is ideal for beginner gardeners.
Pilea Peperomioides 'Chinese Money Plant'
Chinese Money Plant Pilea peperomioides The Pilea Peperomioides is known by many names, including the Chinese Money Plant, the UFO plant, or the missionary plant. Noted for its unique pad-like foliage in an eye-catching bright shade of green, this plant has been growing in popularity in recent years. It is a low-maintenance plant that thrives in a bright spot near a window, but it is best to keep the plant out of direct sunlight as too much direct sun can cause the leaves to burn. It is fast-growing and produces cute baby plants!
Common name/s: Peperomia Jelly Peperomia clusiifolia Peperomia clusiifolia 'Jelly' has gorgeous, wide oval-shaped leaves with amazingly colourful pink and cream edges. If you are looking for something a little different, then this little gem is the one for you. Peperomia are very much on trend: they are easy to look after and look great displayed on small tables and shelves. They may produce spikes of green-white flowers. They will enjoy a bright spot but will tolerate low light. Avoid overwatering.
Common name/s: Philodendron Birkin, Philodendron White Wave Philodendron cv. Birkin Philodendron 'Birkin' is a popular and fairly new houseplant that feature round, deep green leaves with pointed tips and vivid white pinstripes and variegation. No two leaves are the same, and thanks to the plump, thick, bright stems, they are always prominently on display! This guy is easy to care for and will tolerate a variety of conditions. Keep in a bright spot and avoid overwatering for best growth.
Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma 'Mini Monstera'
Common name/s: Mini Monstera, Philodendron Minima Rhaphidophora tetrasperma This is a vining plant with small glossy green leaves that develop deep cut out areas as they mature. Often referred to as the 'Mini Monstera' or 'Philodendron Minima' this plant is highly sought after due to their gorgeous split leaves, fast growth and ease of care.
Common name/s: Syngonium Confetti, Milk Confetti Syngonium podophyllum This highly sought-after Syngonium features lime green, arrow-shaped leaves with spectacular pink speckled variegation. It is a fast-growing plant with a tendency to climb but can be pinched to create a more compact growth habit. It enjoys bright indirect or dappled light but will tolerate low light. Avoid overwatering by waiting for the top few centimetres of soil to dry out before watering.
Common name/s: Goldilocks Pothos, Neon Pothos Epipremnum aureum A robust climber that is full of drama and of fables. An evergreen vine that can grow over one metre tall and scrambles by way of aerial roots which stick to surfaces. The leaves are yellow and are alternate, heart-shaped and entire on juvenile plants, but irregularly pinnatifid on established plants. It thrives in bright, indirect sunlight but will also tolerate low light conditions. Because of its hardiness and low maintenance, it's a popular plant for beginner gardeners.
Heart-Leaf Philodendron Philodendron cordatum This popular Philodendron is fast-growing and easy to care for. This climbing plant features lush, green, glossy heart-shaped leaves that will add a tropical feel to your home, balcony or courtyard. Perfect for low-light area when planted amongst other tropical style plants. Since it's hardy and low maintenance it's ideal for beginner gardeners.
Epipremnum 'Snow Queen'
Cmmon name/s: Snow Queen Pothos Epipremnum aureum A robust climber that is full of drama and of fables. The Snow Queen Pothos features creamy white and green foliage. Grow this plant up a support pole or let it trail down over shelves or hanging planters for a dramatic and beautiful display. Pair with an earthy planter for a look you'll love. It thrives in bright, indirect sunlight but will also tolerate low light conditions. Epipremnum aureum are known of their hardiness and low maintenance, making them a popular plant for beginner gardeners.
Epipremnum Aureum 'Devils Ivy'
Common name/s: Devil's Ivy, Pothos Epipremnum aureum The OG! This popular evergreen is known for its variegated green and yellow leaves. It is robust and easy to care for. The vines can scramble for well over a metre. You can allow it to climb a pole or hang over the planter.
Tradescantia Fluminensis ‘Tricolour’
Tradescantia ‘Tricolour’ Tradescantia fluminensis 'Tricolour' is easily the most popular and most requested variety of Tradescantia - and it's easy to see why. The delicate colors on the dainty leaves combined with its ease of care make this an extremely sought-after houseplant for beginners and experienced collectors alike. 'Tricolour' features variegated leaves of pink, white and green. Tradescantia look gorgeous in hanging baskets or set on a shelf or plant stand where they can cascade down in all their glory. Keep in a bright spot to maintain the pink variegation.
Monstera Monkey Mask
Monster Monkey Mask Monstera adansonii This is a unique and somewhat rarer form of the classic Monstera adansonii. It grows in clumps and is bushier than the long vines of the traditional form. Its leaves are a deep green with holes and a slightly wrinkly appearance. It enjoys bright indirect light and doesn't like to be overwatered.
Spathiphyllum Domino 'Variegated Peace Lily'
Variegated Peace Lily Spathiphyllum cv. 'Domino The Domino is a variegated cultivar of the plant commonly known as Peace Lily. It features glossy, deep green leaves with speckled white variegation. Its blooms are large and white, typical of the Spathiphyllum family. This plant is a great quirky variant of a classic house plant. An extremely hardy plant, it will tolerate low light and inconsistent watering. However for best growth and to encourage flowering, a bright spot with frequent watering is preferred.
Peperomia Obtusifolia 'Marble'
Peperomia Marble Peperomia obtusifolia This cute Peperomia flaunts its highly variegated leaves with style! Variegated cream-white marbling features on a background of deep green. Peperomia are hugely popular due to their ease of care and stunning foliage colouring. This version is no exception - it will thrive in broad range of conditions and is tolerate of missing a watering! It will enjoy a warm spot with bright indirect light.
Philodendron 'Orange Juice'
Philodendron cv. Orange Juice This relatively new Philodendron hybrid features stunning bright orange leaves. This clumping Philodendron is perfect for adding a pop of colour to a desk or shelf. It enjoys bright indirect light. Avoid overwatering.
Common name/s: Red Betal Leaf, Celebes Pepper Piper crocatum The Piper Crocatum is a creeping vine plant from the Piperaceae family that has deep green leaves with metallic pink veins. It has an incredible shine in sunlight that has to be seen. It is fast growing and relatively easy care. Avoid overwatering, allowing it to dry out between waterings. It enjoys bright indirect light.
Syngonium Three Kings
Common name/s: Arrowhead Plant, Three Kings Syngonium podophyllum This highly sought after Syngonium features arrow shaped leaves marbled with varying shades of green and occasional pure white patches. This variegation varies randomly on every leaf making each unique! A fast growing vining plant, Three Kings enjoys bright indirect light. Avoid prolonged direct light which may burn the leaves. It enjoys moist, but not soggy, soil.
Philodendron 'Red Sun'
Common name/s: Philodendron Red Sun Philodendron selloum The Red Sun has thick, glossy, bright red leaves that form a compact clumping look as it grows. It is low maintenance and perfect for your indoor space for a pop of colour. It will tolerate a range of conditions making it great for beginners. Bright indirect light will help it maintain brightly coloured leaves.
Hemionitis Arifolia 'Heart Fern'
Common name/s: Heart Fern, Tongue Fern Hemionitis arifolia This delicate fern is beloved by house plant collectors for its perfectly heart-shaped leaves. Deep green and shiny, the 5-10cm leaves grow on short fuzzy stems. The dwarf growth habit of the Heart Fern makes it a perfect choice for small spaces. What's more, since the it loves water, this fern is ideal for containers with or without drainage, and can happily be planted in an enclosed terrarium.