Philodendron Prince of Orange is a hybrid self heading philodendron, with beautiful coppery - orange leaves that turn into a dark and muted olive green as they mature.
Quite a large leafed philodendron with a slow climbing habit. New emerging leaves tend to be bright red, almost copper coloured, maturing to a deep burgundy and then finally to a very dark green. Makes great indoor plant displays.
An easy to grow and cold tolerant philodendron with a slow climbing tendency. Stems and new emerging leaves are bright red which darken as they get older. If allowed to grow up a tree trunk or palm, it will add a fantastic rainforest feel to your garden.
An interesting self heading philodendron with long dark-green creased leaves. The ribbed leaves and unusual texture makes this philodendron a stunning understory plant or indoor pot plant.
A very rare and unusual philodendron with silver, almost metallic-looking foliage. Has a strong climbing habit, so needs a post, log, trellis, or tree to grow on. Makes great indoor displays or window plant.
This plant creates a tropical feel in any garden. Lush, compact, tidy growth with glossy lobed leaves. Great as an understory filler or mass planted in feature gardens or borders. Grows well in pots, provided they are positioned in bright, well lit areas.
Bring the the deep tropical rainforest look to your backyard. Attach to any tree, log, palm or wall. We sell these in pots. Remove pot and tease out the roots, then use a wide strap or strip of shadecloth to tie to tree or log.
Tough foliage plant with purple backed leaves and unusual wheat coloured flowers. A beautiful accent plant in any tropical garden or pot plant on patio or verandah.
Clusters of highly fragrant showy white flowers rise from clusters of grass like clumps during summer and autumn. Very popular among florists as cut flowers, traditionally used in wedding bouquets. Can be grown in garden or in pots in full sun.
A 'Mother-in-Law's Tongue' cultivar with short stiff compact leaves which are silvery green and heavily banded with yellow. Very hardy ground cover plants or indoor potted specimen. Requires very little maintenance and grows very well in shade.
A very popular indoor pot plant grown for its lush dark green foliage and showy white flowers. A good indoor plant or office plant, capable of removing toxins from the air. Grows easily in garden beds in filtered light.
A fairly easy to grow landscaping plant and ornamental pot plant. Grows best in well drained soil in partly shaded positions. Will flower almost year-round in warm climates. May die down during winter in cool climates.
The Nicolai is the large form of the common 'Bird of Paradise'. Nicolai wil grow to about 6m tall, and is very hardy and reasonably drought tolerant. Great as a two-storey screening plant in suburban gardens.
A well known Aussie garden favourite. A very hardy plant that produces the easily identifiable flowers. Tolerates full sun to part shade and copes well in areas with lots of competition from surrounding plants (ie. around palms and bamboo).
Evergreen dark green foliage with light-green tones and reddish-brown undersides of the leaves. A great landscaping plant or indoor pot plant.
Brighten up dull corners of your garden with this dramatically coloured Stromanthe. Dark green leaves with white variegations and pink undersides of the leaves. A great landscaping plant or indoor pot plant.
A great under-story filler plant in tropical gardens. Large light green leaves and masses of small orange bracts produced during summer and autumn. In Peru and Equador, the leaves are often used to wrap food in cooking.
A fantastic plant in pots indoors or on patios. There is usually some variation in the exact colour of the flowers - younger plants are usually a bit paler in colour. Also the colour of the whiskers varies from black to white.
A beautiful petite growing philodendron with dark glossy green, ruffle edged leaves that grow in a compact form. An easy to grow philodendron that stays low making it ideal for border plantings or indoors.
An absolute stunner of a plant with long narrow and wavy leaves which can get close to a meter long. A great indoor pot plant or understory feature plant in the garden.
The vanilla vine is actually a climbing orchid which produces the valuable vanilla pods. Quite large green/yellow flowers are produced which must be hand pollinated in order for them to produce the vanilla pods.
A wonderful pot plant or under-story filler with large dark green leaves with black veins on the back. The stems are dark purple/black with a white residue covering. The plant is often cultivated for its edible roots and leaves in parts of the tropics.
The thick glossy leaves and compact growth habit makes this a fabulous indoor pot plant or under-storey filler in the garden. The popular slogan 'Thrives on Neglect' sums it up - it doesn't need much water or light. Suitable for 'brown thumbed' people.
A small plant with grassy looking strappy foliage which produces flowers during Spring right through to Autumn. It oftens tends to produce new flower after a good rain - hence the name. Great for borders or mass plantings. Can also be grown in pots.