Fatsia japonica ‘Spider’s Web’
Fatsia japonica 'Tsumugi-shibori'EGP2.00
Fatsia japonica ‘Spider’s Web’ is a new Fatsia variety which is the same as the original Fatsia except that the leaves are variegated. The normally green leaves are streaked with grey/white, typically at the margins but this depends on the growing conditions.
Feng ShuiAdd to cartTrendingSyngonium ‘Neon Robusta’
'Red Heart' Arrowhead PlantEGP2.00
Syngonium is one of the most popular varieties, with dainty arrow-shaped greenish-white leaves and a dark green border. Striking when potted up into decorative pots and containers.
-57%LimitedAdd to cartHeptapleurum Arboricola
Gold Capella, Schefflera Arboricola
Gold Capella, The perfect, easy-going, ornamental addition that your home needs!
If you’re looking for a jungle style this is perfect – even if you don’t have the jungle climate.
Extremely Toxic: Causes DeathAdd to cartJapanese Cycad
A much-loved evergreen that develops a stout trunk topped by a whorl of dark green fronds, its stiff foliage forms a stunning open rosette that adds a splendid tropical palm tree-like element to smaller landscapes and patio gardens.
On The WayCan't miss it!Houseplant for Frequent TravelersNASA's top 10 air purifying plantsAdd to cartRare!Whale Fin Plant
Just one leaf, but what a leaf!
This pretty fin will catch your guests’ eyes! It can be used as an accent piece or in more interior spots in your home.
Sweet Orange Tree
Enjoy the sweet taste of success and love. Whether you’re arranging a bouquet for your home or choosing flowers for your upcoming wedding day, orange blossoms will make the perfect addition. Their rich symbolic history and lovely fragrance can help you celebrate your big day or simply add a bit of sweetness to your everyday life.
Add to cartTrendingFicus Microcarpa ‘Moclame’
This amazing plant can be what you want, indoor or outdoor, a great shade tree in your garden, a green hedge around the pool, a lovely shrub in your home with lovely style, or an incredible bonsai, as your own choice!. It’s easy to grow and will tolerate more direct sunlight than most other fig trees.