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Zamioculcas Zamiifolia (ZZ Plant)
The (ZZ Plant) Zamioculcas Zamiifolia (botanical name) grows well in low or bright lighting conditions and with frequent or much less frequent amounts of water. The ZZ Plant is an air purifier and researchers found it is specifically adept at removing copious amounts of toxins from the air.
Did i not read somewhere that this plant is cancerous?
The truth? It’s toxic but not cancerous. Don’t eat it, keep it away from nibbling pets and overly curious children, and always wash your hands after handling it to avoid skin irritation.
19cm pot
Hibiscus Bush
Flower of the Hour Plant:

19cm pot
Philodendron Selloum
Philodendron selloum is a tropical plant that can be a great showpiece for your home or office.

The Best Environment for a Philodendron Hope Plant

Not too dark or bright. Like most other plants in the Philodendron genus, Philodendron Hope enjoys a mild climate that is neither too hot nor too cold, and neither too bright nor too dark—it likes to be in just the right place.
Diffused, moderate light. The ideal indoor environment provides moderate or diffused natural light. Artificial indoor light sources that can be left on for a significant period of time work, but natural, moderate light is best.
If in bright light, use fertilizer. Philodendron Hope is also capable of tolerating high light conditions indoors; however, it will likely need periodic fertilizer applications to avoid nutrient deficiencies and chlorosis, since lots of light causes an increase in growth and productivity.
Match water to amount of light. On the other hand, Philodendron Hope in low light is prone to rot at its roots and in the stem and leaves, and probably won't last in an aesthetically pleasing way for any significant period of time. It is also very easy to over-water the plant in low light, so it is best to avoid placing your Philodendron Hope in said lighting.

For best results, place your plant in an area with moderate lighting, mild indoor temperatures, and comfortable airflow. Avoid extremes of any kind.
19cm pot
Common box or boxwood, Buxus sempervirens is the foundation of classical formal gardens and contemporary designs. We use it in pots, we trim it into shapes and we use it as hedges. It features on doorsteps, patios, in window-boxes and balconies. In fact it must be the most widely planted evergreen shrub.

Why is it so popular? Well, it tolerates shade, drought, urban pollution and tough growing conditions. It responds well to trimming and shaping, so when the range of plants available to gardeners was smaller than it is today it was an ideal subject to use to create designs
19cm pot
Ficus Lyrata
The fiddle-leaf fig (Ficus lyrata) is a perfect indoor specimen plant. The plant features very large, heavily veined, violin-shaped leaves that grow upright on a tall plant.

- Needs Bright, Filtered Light. Will rapidly deteriorate in dim lighting.
Watering - Keep soil evenly moist at all times. (about 2-3x per week) Do not overwater or leave plant sitting in water.
Fertilizer - Feed bi-weekly with a weak green plant liquid solution during the growing season
Repotting - Change dirt and transplant to a a larger pot annually. This plant naturally wants to become large, and therefore needs both spacial height and room for roots to extend.
30cm pot
A Popular Succulent Houseplant:

These flowering kalanchoes like bright, natural light. A medium or high light situation is best as long as there not getting too much direct sun. Keep them out of any hot windows because they’ll burn.

These plants are succulents with fleshy leaves & stems which means you don’t want to keep them constantly wet. They need good drainage. Water yours well, let it all drain out & then water again when dry. That might mean you water yours every 2 weeks. The frequency will vary depending on your temps, light situation & the size pot your kalanchoes are in.

12cm pot
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