You were born with it. Everything you touch turns to green. The more varieties of plants you have the better. And for all you keen green growers out there, we have every plant you could imagine… and some you didn’t.


With the right care, these will flower all year round.

Bay Tree

Bay trees love hot, sunny spots and well drained soil.


Perennial plants known for their spectacular flowers and foliage.

Calathea makoyana

Bold and decorative, its tall stalks demand this plant be seen

Calathea rufibarba

The most tactile, with furry green-purple leaves and stems.

Calathea zebrina

Funky striped leaves, thrives in humid climates

Fiddle Leaf Fig

A popular, yet somewhat temperamental indoor plant.

Finger Lime

A plant fantastic for your balcony terrace and serves for lime caviar!

Fruit salad plant

An indoor winner which tolerates low light, not much water.


A flowering shrub known for its exquisite perfume.

Japanese Box

This slow growing plant makes the perfect hedge or topiary.

Japanese maple

A striking feature plant for small spaces.

Lemon Myrtle

This shrub steals the show with its soft green leaves and cream florals.

Lemon verbena

Richly scented lemon fragrance.

Lipstick plant

This lipstick vine is an indoor winner.

Magnolia Little Gem

This evergreen magnolia is a great feature tree for small spaces.

Maidenhair Fern

Likes a constantly moist, sheltered and shady position.

Native Gardenia

Its shady dark green foliage will make a great addition to any garden.

Night blooming cactus

The large white flowers bloom only at night.

Rosella Hibiscus

Known for its bright beauty, this tropical plant demands to stand out.


A wedding bouquet favourite with waxy, tubular, usually white flowers.

String of pearls

A marble shaped succulent vine that is also known as string of beads. Careful not to overwater.


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