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130MM Calathea ZebrinaRegular price $16.95 Save $-16.95
Size (Can grow to)
The Calathea is a genus of plants belonging to the family Marantaceae. There are a large number of species in the genus. The Calathea is native to the Americas. The Calathea zebrina or sometimes called Zebra Calathea has striking leaves are the attraction for tropical gardeners and indoor plant lovers as well. Calathea zebrina has large, elongated leaves in a dark green colour, with regular bright green stripes coming from the vein. Calatheas grow by means of a creeping rhizome. (They are not at all invasive). Your plant will expand quickly enough to fill a decorative pot or that shady area in your garden. Calatheas require bright indirect sunlight but are tolerant of lower light conditions, making them great indoor houseplants. Never allow roots to be soaked with standing water but they do enjoy the continuous availability of water in their soil. Water often to obtain this condition (with perfect drainage). Reduce watering slightly in winter.
Alpinia zerumbet variegated (Shell Ginger 130mmRegular price $17.95 Save $-17.95
Large, upright subtropical understory plant with large variegated foliage striped green and gold; and pink and white bicolour shell-like flowers.
Plant as a showy feature for tropical style gardens. Keep as a container plant in cooler climates, moving pots to a sheltered location through winter.
Plant in free draining soil in a full sun to part shade location. Prefers a position protected from harsh afternoon sun and frost.
Mulch and water regularly until the plant is established, usually around 12 weeks. Water regularly during dry periods. Prune stems to the ground if plants become untidy, new shoots will replace those removed. Fertilise regularly using an organic liquid fertiliser for lush new growth.
2-3 m H x 2 m W.
Assorted LithopsRegular price $15.95 Save $-15.95
Masters of disguise, living stones (Lithops spp.) get their name from their interesting rock like appearance. These cute, very low growing succulents also resemble little bums that are sneakily poking out of the soil, leaving the majority of the plant hidden underground.
In Autumn, flowers appear from the centre of the bums (like wonderful little farts) that bloom in the afternoon and close at night. After flowering new leaves burst through the centre of the existing leaves, growing in the opposite direction to the old leaves.
Lithops are intriguing to watch, feel and grow. So if you like big (plant) butts, order your Lithops today!
Lithops are specific with watering. They don’t like too much water and a light drink every two weeks from mid spring to summer will keep them happy.
If your Lithops are in flower, continue to give them a light drink until the flower starts to die off.
Once the flowers have started to shrivel, stop watering. Lithops like to be completely dry as they go through their growing stage.
Don’t be tempted to water the new leaves when they appear as this can stress out your little bums. Once the old leaves have completely dried up then you can commence watering again.
Position indoors in a well lit spot that receives up to 5-6 hours of morning to midday sun. Outdoors position so that they receive morning –midday sun and are protected from strong winds and afternoon sun.
You are purchasing 1 Lithop which will be chosen at random
Arriving June 18th
All pre orders will be sent out Monday - Wednesday the following week after arrival.
Chlorophytum (spider/ribbon plant)Regular price $13.95 Save $-13.95
Variegated perennial foliage plant.
Attractively variegated, barrow pointed leaves form slowly spreading clumps from which new plantlets arise on thin stems. Super cute right?
Soil | plant into free draining soil to prevent root rot
watering | once established they can tolerate extended dry periods. Frequent Watering in the warmer months will encourage vibrant leaf colour
Position | Part shade or full sun
Crassula Buddha’s TempleRegular price $17.00 Save $-17.00
Tall upright succulent with 'stacked' columns of leaves reminiscent of a Buddhist pagoda. Mature happy plants bear pompoms of pink flowers at the tip of each column.
Great for rockeries, pots and indoors in bright light. Hardy and drought tolerant once established.
Plant in cactus soil in bright sunlight. Toxic to cats and dogs.
Water sparingly and feed fortnightly with a balanced liquid fertilizer and reduce watering in autumn. Avoid too much handling or watering from above, to preserve the leaves' natural powdery coating.
15 cm H x 2.5 cm W each tower, clumping.
Epipremnum aureum (Pothos/Devil's Ivy) 130mmRegular price $15.95 Save $-15.95
Fast growing, easy care and low light. What’s not to love?! The devil’s ivy is one of the best hanging plants and the perfect gift for that black-thumbed mate. Pop him up on a shelf so you can watch him trail down and down and down.
Outdoors, pothos can be grown in shade to partial shade. Indoors, pothos prefers bright but indirect light. Variegated plants sometimes lose their leaf pattern and revert to all-green plants if they don't get enough light; moving them to brighter conditions usually restores the variegation. Suddenly paler-looking leaves mean the plant is getting too much sun.
Pothos like to have their soil dry out completely between waterings. If left continually in damp soil, the roots will rot. Black spots on the leaves and the sudden collapse of the plant indicate the soil has been kept too wet. Let the plant tell you when to water—when it starts to droop, it needs a good drink. However, don’t wait until the leaves start to shrivel or you will lose some leaves. Dry, brown edges mean the plant was kept dry too long.
Pothos plants thrive in ordinary, well-draining potting soil, preferably with a slightly acidic pH. You can also grow your pothos in water which is a easy no fuss way to enjoy this gorgeos trailing plant.
While pothos plants are an easy to care for houseplant, you do need to be aware that they are poisonous. Though rarely fatal, the plant can cause irritation and vomiting if ingested due to the fact that it contains calcium oxalates. Even the sap from the plant may cause highly sensitive people to break out in a rash. It is considered toxic to cats, dogs and children, but as mentioned, it normally will make them very sick but will not be fatal