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Peperomia Caperata Variegata


Common name/s: Variegated Ripple Peperomia Peperomia caperata variegata Peperomia are growing in popularity due to their ease of care and stunning foliage. This Peperomia features variegated rippled leaves in shades of green, pink and cream. The leaves sit upon pink stems. They are compact making them perfect for a desktop or windowsill plant. They will enjoy bright indirect light and moderate watering.

Philodendron Bipennifolium Aureum 'Golden Violin'


Common name/s: Gold Violin Philodendron, Horsehead Philodendron Philidendron bipennifolium aurea Philodendron Bipennifolium Aurea, also known as Gold Violin, is a climbing Philodendron that positively glows! Neon yellow young leaves and exaggerated lobes give this plant the name ‘Gold Violin.’ This is a uncommon plant popular with collectors.The Philodendron Bipennifolium has basic care needs. It requires indirect sunlight, an average watering schedule, and well-draining loamy soil.

Philodendron 'Black Cardinal'


Common name/s:  Philodendron Black Cardinal Philodendron erubescens hybrid Rich bronze and chocolate glossy leaves give dramatic contrast in shady tropical borders, and make for impressive neat indoor plants in low light rooms. Black Cardinal belongs to the Philodendron genus and the Araceae family, and it comes from the frost-free regions of Central and South America and the Caribbean forests. In recent years, various hybrids of the Philodendron erubescens have become popular indoor plants. They are low maintenance and hardy.

Begonia 'Dibs Tuxedo'



Common name/s: Begonia Dibs Tuxedo Begonia rex hybrid This Rex Begonia features leaves with a dark center and dark edges accented by a light silver green middle leaf. Fantastic leaf forms and colors characterize the Rex Begonia. Suitable as a house plant, they also shine as a container accent or bedding plant in shady locations. Preferring full shade, they will also tolerate some indirect sun which serves to deepen the red and purple tones. Their native environment is typically high humidity and low light, but do not overwater. Allow to dry down somewhat between waterings.

Philodendron 69686 'Big Ears'


Common name/s: Philodendron Big Ears, Philodendron 69686 This is a highly sought-after Philodendron features large tri-lobed hourglass-shaped leaves. These plants are currently in their juvenile form so the lobes not yet prominent. It is fast growing and reasonably easy care. The plant was known by its classification number 69686 while it had not been formally described, but is now known as Philodendron Big Ears. It is thought to be a natural hybrid. Care is similar to other tropical Philodendrons.

Philodendron Verrucosum


Common name/s: Philodendron Verrucosum Philodendron Verrucosum Philodendron Verrucosum is a striking plant, known for its velvety, dark-green leaves with bright, light green veining once they reach maturity. The underside of their leaves, coloured a faded burgundy in between the veins, showcase its adaptability to its native tropical environments. Unlike many of its Philodendron cousins, this plant is hemiepiphytic, meaning that though they start their lives as epiphytes, clinging to trees, they eventually root themselves in the ground like most other plants.

Monstera Siltepecana 'El Salvador'


Common name/s: Silver Monstera Monstera siltepecana 'El Salvador' The leaves of the 'El Salvador' are much larger than the regular Siltepecana and is less common, making it popular among collectors. 'El Salvador' is a hardy vining plant with leaves that feature distinct silvery markings and develop fenestrations as they mature. It will enjoy bright indirect light and shadows soil. Allow to dry out between waterings.

Calathea Fasciata


Common name/s: Calathea Fasciata Goeppertia fasciata syn. Calathea fasciata Calathea fasciata is a beautiful foliage plant with strikingly attractive leaves. It belongs to the family of Marantaceae. With its large, round, thick leaves with alternating shades of deep green and grass green. Prominent veins along with purple underside is a dream come true for foliage lovers. The pleasant to the eyes stripes with a blend of equally soothing shades is a unique indoor plant that cannot be left unnoticed. 

Alocasia Sinuata


Common name/s: Alocasia Quilted Dreams Alocasia sinuata Alocasia Sinuata is a medium-sized aroid with bullate and thick, leathery leaves that emerge green, but mature into a deeper green with almost metallic gray patina. The leaves feature small lobes that look like bunny ears and prominent, dark green, sunken veins. This jewel Alocasia is a must-have for all Aroid collectors! Natively it is know only to the limestone forests of Samar, Leyte, and parts of Mindanao in the Philippines. Care is similar to other jewel Alocasias.

Anthurium Clarinervium



The crème de la crème! Anthurium Clarinervium is one of the most prized plants among collectors. This aroid features deep green heart-shaped leaves with contrasting white veining. Another feature of the phenomenal foliage is a thick, cardboard-like stiffness with a leathery feel and a fuzzy suede texture. It is a Mexican perennial that thrives in rocky landscapes with shaded limestone outcroppings. The plant is often mistakenly called epiphytic. While not for the beginner, it is relatively unfussy if its basic care requirements are met. About Examine corresponding photo closely before selecting your plant. We recommend you have experience in caring...

Alocasia Infernalis


Common name/s: Black Magic Alocasia, Black Panther Alocasia Alocasia infernalia Alocasia Infernalis also known as Black Magic or Black Panther, is a rare jewel Alocasia native to the southeast Malaysian rainforests. The leaves appear a shimmery black-purple and deepen in colour as it matures. Infernalis, meaning "from hell" or "hellish", is an apt moniker for the firey colours of this plant. It prefers bright indirect sunlight, a well-draining soil mix, and only requires water when the top few centimetres of soil are dry.  

Syngonium Wendlandii



Common name/s: Black Velvet Syngonium, Velvet Syngonium Syngonium wendlandii Syngoniums are native to the tropical forests of southern Mexico, West Indies, and Central and South America. They are easy care and very popular as an indoor plant. Syngonium wendlandii is a rarer variety with soft, velvety, deep emerald-green foliage with a striking silver mid-vein. A creeping Syngonium with velvety leaves is a must have for the collectors!  

Calathea Musaica


Common name/s: Calathea Musaica, Network Plant, Network Calathea Goeppertia kegeljanii (syn. Calathea musaica) Calathea Musaica is known for its mosaic structure and pattern of the leaves, making it a highly sought after and unique plant. The plant is still in the Marantaceae family and is a ‘prayer plant’ because its leaves are photophillic, meaning that they react strongly to the light and move up and down depending on light levels and the time of the day. It will enjoy bright indirect light. Avoid drying out too much between waterings.  

Alocasia Bisma


Common name/s: Alocasia Bisma Silver, Emerald Dragon Scale Alocasia bisma This beautiful and rare species of Alocasia is native to Indonesia. It produces long heart-shaped leaves and has silvery tint on the foliage. It is characterised by dragon scaled textured leaves. Bright indirect light, well-draining soil and moderately high humidity will encourage optimal growth.

Alocasia Azlanii


Common name/s: Red Mambo Alocasia azlanii One of the most sought after jewel Alocasia! This stunning Borneo native has only recently been cultivated. Its leaves are dark, almost black in colour, with metallic purple-red veins and an iridescent sheen. As with any Alocasia, it enjoys bright indirect light, well-draining soil and warmth.  

Fittonia 'Pink Anne'


Common name/s: Fittonia, Nerve Plant Fittonia albivenis Fittonia are tender, compact and brightly coloured plants. 'Pink Anne' features bright pink serrated leaves with striking veins. Fittonia enjoy moist and well-draining soil. They are famous for "fainting" (dropping) if they don't get enough water but will perk up almost immediately once given a drink! They enjoy a shady spot without much direct light.

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.

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.

Calathea Sanderiana


Common name/s: Pinstripe Calathea Calathea ornata  Sanderiana is a stunning type of Calathea that features prominent pin pinstripes radiating across deep green leaves (hence the common name "Pinstripe Calathea"). The undersides of the leaf are a deep purple. This is a perfect eye-catching indoor plant. It likes its soil staying moist but not soggy. Avoid direct sunlight which might scorch its leaves

Piper Crocatum


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.



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