We are fuller than ever with houseplants. Not only have they pretty much over taken the shop but they have also crept into our covered area. With their popularity growing ever stronger, more and more unusual varieties are becoming available. Plants to look out for this month include Vanda orchids, Ludisia discolor, Tillandsia ‘Cyanea’, Anthirium ‘Clarenervium’, Achmea ‘Blue rain’, Peperomia ‘Raindrop’, and even Alocasia ‘lauterbachiana’.
Houseplants arrive on a weekly basis now so if you can not find what you are looking for, feel free to ask a member of staff to try to order it in for you.
Succulents planted into a bowl make a lovely table centre peice
Large cacti or succulents make great statement pieces
Cacti and succulents make great plants for the office
These are not in flower yet but they are a fantastic houseplant or conservatory plant. Somewhat hard to find in the U.K
These pretty indoor plants are easy to care and have lovely red flowers. From £16.99
Anthiriums are great for adding a splash of colour to a room
Kalenchoe is a succulent also known as ‘Flaming Katie’
Peace lilies are great in the shade.
Mother in laws tongue is great at cleaning the air
Maiden hair fern
Succulents and Cacti are very low maintenance
Fittonias have fantastically coloured veins.
Succulents make good houseplants for children too.
Aloe vera works best in a slightly shady spot.
Ferns work well in a shady room especially bathrooms.
Cacti and succulents