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  • Nolina

    45.00

    Nolina has thin, arching leaves which sprout from a long or fat woody stem. Its bulbous face looks scaly and resembles the skin of an elephant foot, giving the plant one of its names. Unlike other plants in the Agave family, nolinas have decorative spikes of small white flowers, sometimes tinged with purple or pink.

  • Roebelenii Phoenix

    45.00

    The Roebelenii palm, also known as Miniature Date Palm or Pygmy Date Palm, is an attractive slow growing dwarf palm. Roebeleniis have upright or curving trunks that are relatively thin and covered with old leaf bases. They are topped with a dense, full crown of arching glossy green leaves.

  • Cycas Revoluta

    45.00

    Cycas revoluta, is not a palm at all but a cycad. However its palm-like, feathery foliage, and cones, make it very similar to a palm or tree fern. Native to the southern regions of the United States, it’s commonly grown as a houseplant in temperate climates. It’s ideal for growing in a container, which you can move outside in summer, however it is possible to grow it outside in milder regions of the UK, as long as winter protection is provided. Grow Cycas revoluta in free-draining soil or compost in full sun. If growing outside as part of a tropical planting scheme, provide full protection in winter as temperatures below -5° will damage the leaves. Avoid over-watering as this can lead to root rot.

  • Pteridium Aquilinum

    16.50

    Pteridium aquilinum (bracken, brake or common bracken), also known as eagle fern, is a species of fern occurring in temperate and subtropical regions in both hemispheres. The extreme lightness of its spores has led to its global distribution.

  • Duranda Gold

    10.00

    Duranta is a genus of 21 species of tender tropical shrubs and trees in the Verbena family, native to the Caribbean region and adjacent continental lands from Florida, to Mexico and South America as far south as Brazil and Peru. This species grows as a large shrub to 12 feet tall and wide if left unpruned in a tropical climate, where it never freezes. In most cases, however, it is grown as a tender summer annual and only reaches about 3 feet tall during the growing season.

  • Duranda Repens

    12.50

    Duranta erecta is an pretty evergreen shrub or small tree with violet flowers in summer. It is widely cultivated in tropical climates around the world

  • Ruellia

    10.00

    Ruellia is a genus of flowering plants commonly known as ruellias or wild petunias. They are not closely related to petunias although both genera belong to the same euasterid clade.

  • Russelia Equisetiformis

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    Russelia equisetiformis is a multi-branching plant with 4–5 feet (1.2–1.5 m) long arching branches. The overall graceful form of the subshrub is a fountainesque mound. The stems and tiny oval leaves are bright green.  It flowers profusely with small decumbent red flowers. It can bloom year round in tropical and subtropical climates. It is a very popular nectar plant for hummingbirds and butterflies

  • Tecomaria Capensis

    12.50

    Tecomaria capensis is an attractive ornamental garden plant commonly used for screening and decorative purposes, and can also be trimmed to form a hedge.

  • Ficus Amstel

    40.00

    Ficus binnendijkii Amstel King has large, leathery, banana-shaped leaves and is a low-maintenance, versatile and attractive indoor greenery option. New leaf growth is flushed pink and red which adds extra interest. It is closely related to the Ficus Alii and is sometimes incorrectly referred to as Ficus longifolia.

  • Ficus Benjamina

    45.00

    Ficus benjamina, commonly known as weeping fig, benjamin fig or ficus tree, and often sold in stores as just ficus, is a species of flowering plant in the family Moraceae, native to Asia and Australia. It is the official tree of Bangkok.

  • Sterlitzia Nicolai

    50.00

    Strelitzia nicolai, commonly known as the giant white bird of paradise or wild banana, is a species of banana-like plants with erect woody stems reaching a height of 6 m, and the clumps formed can spread as far as 3.5 m