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If you enjoy regular pedicures and beard-trims, this will be right up your alley. Featuring neat, well-behaved plants, it’s for those who like things refined and elegant.

The plants in this look

Bay Tree

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

Bird of paradise

As tough as nails and tolerates exposed conditions and serious neglect.

Birds nest fern

This hardy fern grows on trees, rocks or on the ground.


The perfect feature plant for a tropical or formal garden design.

Bull Bay magnolia

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


Great for pots or hedging plant.

Cardboard palm

A great feature plant for a pot or large container.

Cast iron plant

A true survivor! Tolerates dark, shady spots with minimal water.

Dwarf Lilly Pilly

Used for low hedges, topiary and pot culture.

Fiddle Leaf Fig

A popular, yet somewhat temperamental indoor plant.

Indian Hawthorn

A low growing adaptable shrub that likes full sun to part shade.

Japanese Box

This slow growing plant makes the perfect hedge or topiary.

Japanese maple

A striking feature plant for small spaces.

Kentia Palm

A popular age-old indoor plant, can also be grown outdoors.


Loves a hot, dry position and low humidity.


Produces sweet, small fruit all year round.


Loves lots of sun and can live for over 100 years. Great for pots.

Sago Palm

A statement plant for a formal or tropical garden design.

Shore juniper

As tough as they come!

Star Jasmine

Very easy to grow and a great screening plant.

Walking Iris

Perfect for a sheltered outdoor spot.

Wonga wonga vine

A vigorous native climber that can cover a trellis or wall in no time!


Grows well under trees in shady, dry positions. If indoors ensure high light levels.

ZZ Plant

An unkillable indoor plant, tolerates low light and extreme neglect.



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