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Archontophoenix cunninghamiana multi planted (Bangalow palm)
A native Australian multi-stemmed palm that adds an instant touch of tropical to your house or apartment. Bangalows have luscious mermaid tail fronds and they are very popular indoors. Grown in a large pots and are about 800mm tall. ...
Ficus elastica Burgundy (rubber tree)
The Ficus elastica Burgundy is a popular, robust, evergreen, ornamental plant with shiny burgundy leaves and distinctly pink new growth. Not only hardy and low maintenance, this plant will also remove chemical toxins from the air. A perennially popular indoor...
Strelitzia nicolai is the large form of the common 'Bird of Paradise'. Whilst it will grow to about 6m tall outside, it is more restrained inside. It is very hardy and drought tolerant. Great as a tall tropical feature in...
Chamaedorea elegans (Parlour Palm)
The Parlour palm is one of my go-to favourites. It's long been used as an indoor plant because it is a fine compact palm that adds a touch of class and elegance. It is a mid-sized plant and is suitable...
The Aspidistra elatior or cast iron plant was popular as a foliage plant in Victorian times, and is tolerant of low light levels and poor air quality. They endure today because of their perpetual striking good looks and their ability...
Zamioculcas zamiifolia Zenzii
The latest unicorn to hit Australia is the Zanzibar zamioculcas Zenzii or Zanzibar Zenzii for short. Florafolia is beyond excited to be the only online stockist of these in Australia. It is a striking plant and one for the serious collector,...
The Ficus Lyrata aka fiddle leaf fig is probably the most popular indoor plant in Australia today - and it keeps on enduring. It is a perfect combination of height, dark-green leaves and style. Once it finds its happy place...
Spathiphyllum commutatum Sweet Chico
The peace lily is a striking plant with dark green leaves and long-lasting white spaths or flowers. They like a lot of water and can be quite dramatic in looking limp and dead one moment to perked-up and alive the...
Tradescantia Bubblegum Lilac
Tradescantia fluminensis Bubblegum Lilac is a highly sought after plant right now. The striped white, purple and green leaves are striking. These are lush, fleshy, fast growing plants - real beauties and a great addition to your Tradescantia collection. *...
Sansevieria trifasciata Laurentii
Sansevieria trifasciata Laurentii also called Snake plant or Mother In Laws Tongue, is an ornamental structural, succulent plant, with a clumping, upright habit. It has as been recommended by NASA as one of the best plants for improving indoor air quality...
Cordyline fruticosa Caruba Black
Mysterious, dark, and handsome, the Cordyline Caruba Black is a beautiful and striking addition to your home. It has deep purple/black foliage that almost has a light shimmer. They attract your eye with their large strappy leaves and bold colours and are...
Cordyline fruticosa Pink Diamond
Pretty in pink, the Cordyline Pink Diamond is a beautiful and striking addition to your home, with vibrant pink, and light green foliage and pink stems. They attract your eye with their large strappy leaves and bold colours. They are...
Zamioculcas zamiifolia (Zanzibar Gem)
The Zanzibar Gem plant is a gorgeous and versatile plant that can be used in a number of difficult areas. It thrives with no attention and is good for those of us that have a "brown thumb" This plant will...
The Strelitzia reginae is the best known and most popular Strelitzia in cultivation. It also displays the recognisable, striking, orange and blue bird-like flowers that sit amongst the foliage that give it its name Bird of Paradise. As a house...
This amazing almost alien looking plant, the Pilea peperomioides aka the Chinese Money plant has large round concave leaves that do look like a space-ship. Gotta love nature! Perfectly round leaves that elegantly sit on the ends of long petioles. * Light: Loves...
Sansevieria trifasciata Superba
Sansevieria trifasciata Hahnii Gold also called Snake plant or Mother In Laws Tongue, is an ornamental structural, succulent plant, with a clumping, upright habit. It has as been recommended by NASA as one of the best plants for improving indoor air...
Schefflera actinophylla Amate
Scheffleras are a fantastic dark, glossy addition to your plant collection to add bulk, style and contrast. They are low maintenance requiring good water and fertiliser. These Schefflera come in a large 200mm sized pot and are approximately 50cm tall...
Dracaena marginata Tricolor
Dracaena marginata Tricolour makes a big impact as an indoor plant. They are a great all-rounder - they are visually stunning in any space, they remove harmful chemicals from the air, they are easy-care, and resiliant making them well suited...
Senecio articulatus x rowleyanus (Chain of Dolphins)
This Senecio is native to Southwest Africa, this hybrid variety is commonly called String of Dolphins because the leaves look like cute little jumping dolphins. It can be grown indoors in bright light and some direct sunlight. Like most succulents...
Codiaeum variegatum Mammy (Croton)
Croton Mammy leaves can be a riot of colour all at once. To help your plant show off its most vibrant colours, make sure it gets lots of bright light, as it needs at least three hours of direct sunlight...
Spathiphyllum Sensation variegated
Sometimes called Jessica, this is a new, hard-to-find and must-have variegated Peace Lily. It is a small, dainty plant with fine white variegation on dark green leaves unlike the block variegation that you see on a Domino. Like all Spathiphyllums it has long-lasting...
Crassula ovata (sometimes referred to as the Jade plant) is one of the most versatile and popular succulents as they are easy to grow and look beautiful in pots. The dark green glossy leaves and its height makes it a...
Portulacaria Afra or the Elephant Bush is a native South African plant where they serve as food for elephants and other wildlife in their native habitat and can grow up to 4m tall. Thankfully they don't get that big indoors!...
An oldie but a goodie. The Asplenium nidus or Birds nest fern can live in a dark corner, but it thrives in indirect, mid light levels. A beautiful mid-sized plant with strong leathery leaves that sit about 50cm above the...