Ficus elastica 'Burgundy'Regular price $31.00 Save $-31.00
Compact houseplant grown indoors; impressive tree when allowed to grow full-size. Large thick pointed oval leaves with a rich wine-black colour and bright red new stems.
Easycare indoor , container or tropical garden plant. Needs a sheltered frost-free spot.
Mulch and water with a seaweed based fertiliser on planting to reduce transplant shock, follow with regular watering until the plant is established, usually around 12 weeks. Apply a slow release fertiliser twice yearly and protect from frost. container plants may need extra feed and a repot into fresh soil once a year. Wipe the leaves with a damp cloth to keep them healthy.
HEIGHT & WIDTH
1-2m H x 1-2m W potted; to 20m in the garden. When it reaches the height you want, cut the 'leader' or main shoot.
Spathiphyllum SensationRegular price $31.00 Save $-31.00
The Spathiphyllum Sensation is originally from Asia and is the largest of the spathiphyllums, with this one bearing large glossy dark green leaves that grow in a layered manner and are distinctly ribbed.
Spathiphyllums have been proven to be among the best houseplants to help improve indoor air quality which makes it perfect for bedrooms, livings rooms, and offices but not so recommended for people that has cats, dogs, and children because is mildly toxic if ingested. Plus, it happily blooms throughout the year and can reach up to a 2-meter height.
Peace Lily care
How much light does a Peace Lily Sensation need
The Peace Lily Sensation tolerates low light but prefers moderate light. Direct sunlight, however, will burn its delicate leaves.
How to water a Peace Lily Sensation
Allow the top of the soil to dry out 3-5cm between waters or simply wait for her leaves to droop.
Cut back watering in the cooler months to give the plant a chance to rest and go semi-dormant. And don’t leave him sitting with water in the drip tray.
Ideal humidity for a Peace Lily Sensation
Peace Lilies do well in average humidity conditions, but they will be super happy if you increase the humidity by misting its leaves, grouping it with other plants or using a humidifier.
How to fertilize a Peace Lily Sensation
You don't need to fertilise your Peace Lily. In case you want to maximize its growth, feed it during the growing season (spring and summer) using a 20-20-20 fertilizer.
If you notice the tips of the leaves and blooms turning brown, you’ve probably over-fertilised
Peace Lily Sensation tips
Mist the leaves to increase humidity.
Wipe the leaves with a damp cloth and gently dry to keep them clean and healthy.
Keep it far from cats, dogs and children because it causes mouth irritation.
Use filtered water or tap water free of chlorine.
Hedera helix ivy PittsburghRegular price $15.99 Save $-15.99
The Hedera helix is native to Europe and commonly called Pittsburgh Ivy, English Ivy or just Ivy. This evergreen vine or ground cover has small to medium ivy or lobed shaped green leaves with a heart-shaped base. It attaches itself by aerial rootlets to walls and other surfaces such as rockeries or trees. The Pittsburgh Ivy is easy to grow, hardy and versatile. It can tolerate full sun to shade, partial shade is best for hotter climates. The Pittsburgh Ivy likes moderate water, allowing the topsoil to start to dry between waterings. Because of the Pittsburgh Ivy's climbing and vining habits, they look great in a hanging basket, greenwall or trailing down a feature wall.
Size (Can grow to)
Extra Large 1mtr +
Ficus elastica 'Burgundy 300mmRegular price $135.00 Save $-135.00
Please note due to size this item is only available for click & collect or local delivery.