Plants that are suitable for growing indoors.
Known for their naturally long leaves, the Alocasia Lauterbachiana can make decorative plants for verandas or patios and can grow quite successfully indoors as long as a humid atmosphere is maintained.
Caltheas are air-purifying plants which makes them ideal for office, home and even in a bedroom.
With its stunning raspberry centred leaves surrounded with a heavy contrasted green-black border, it is no wonder that the Calathea Pictura Crimson is popular among its varieties.
The Calathea Yellow Fusion is a slow grower and comparatively smaller to the rest of its family members, making it perfect for those seeking a smaller, easier to control ornamental plant.
With its low-level of light and water requirements, the Zamioculcas zamiifolia has been the indoor plant choice for many.
The foliage of Ficus elastica are large and glossy. These are easy plants to care for as long as you are careful with the watering.
With its butterfly-shaped leaves, the Oxalis regnellii ‘Purple Shamrock’ is a relatively easy plant to care for.
Stout with rich dark green leaves, the Sansevieria Warshiik is rarely seen for its cultivar in the market.
Broad leaves with a matt silvery-green colour, the Sansevieria Moonshine is chunky and stout and easy to care for in an indoor setting.
With its rosette-shaped glossy leaves, the Sansevieria Trifasciata Green Hahnii is chunky and stout and easy to care for in an indoor setting.
Unique for its creamy wavy stripes on its sturdy sword-like leaves, the Sansevieria Zeylanica is an easy to grow plant that grows slow and steady under filtered bright sunlight.
The Philodendron 'Prince of Orange' appreciates a bright location in your home or office, away from direct sunlight where it will receive plenty of filtered light throughout the day.
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