Glazed ceramic pots. Available in a range of pastel and monochrome colours. Perfect planter for all occasion gift giving. Paired with hardy succulents and cacti for tablescapes, events, special occasions, home, retail and cafe interior and exterior decor. Styling with plants.

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Mother in Law’s Tongue ‘Superba’ 14cm


BOTANICAL NAME_ Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Superba’

AKA_ Mother in Law’s Tongue, MIL, Snake Plant

FEATURES_ An extremely low maintenance succulent perfect for indoors and popular for its architectural, variegated foliage. The superba is slightly more compact, the leaves are a bit fatter and shorter than the more common Sansevieria trifasciata.  Still an upright variety with bladed foliage in shades of green, with mottled or streaked colouring and variegated yellow margins.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ The Snake plant / Mother in Law’s Tongue doesn’t exactly conjure up the warm, fuzzy feelings of gift giving to friends and loved ones. However, it has a worthy place in the home and garden due to its architectural features and indestructibility (if that’s a word). One can only really love it too much (doesn’t like wet feet).  A great housewarming gift, cheeky gift from a MIL to a future daughter in law, tongue in cheek, of course, and you probably can’t go past Mother’s Day for the obvious gift.

Cathedral Cactus (Euphorbia trigona)+ Floor Planter



BOTANICAL NAME_ Euphorbia trigona (native to West Africa)

AKA_ African Milk Tree, Cathedral Cactus, Candelabra Cactus

FEATURES_ A very attractive, branching 3-4 sided upright stem that can grow to a height of 2.7m in the right conditions in ground. Much smaller in a pot. The stem is dark green with a light green patterned spine that is a very attractive feature of this plant. Leaves grow between long thorns and can flower (yellow or white) in spring but not so often in pots. Easy to care for. A structurally beautiful, architectural plant.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ For strong, multi faceted and talented humans. The Architect, schemer, builder, dreamer. Perfect for new beginnings, new homes and renovations. Build it and they will come. Housewarming gift. The Candelabra / Cathedral Cactus has a natural tie in with weddings and celebrations too.

Crassula ‘Anomala’ + Ceramic Planter


BOTANICAL NAME_ Crassula atropurpurea v. anomala

FEATURES_ Anomala is a miniature succulent with tight compact red leaves to 1cm across forming small clumps, masses of white flowers appear in early Spring in short upright spikes. Hardy in most climates. Full sun or part shade.  Flowering will only occur in sunny positions.

PLANT TRAITS_ Lovely outdoor tabletop succulent.  Leaves turn red with sun and little white flowers appear on the end of upright stems is a feature.  Hardy and easy to care for.

Aloe ‘White Thorns’ + Ceramic Planter


BOTANICAL NAME_ Aloe aculeata

AKA_ Aloe ‘White Thorns’

FEATURES_ This stunning, architectural aloe produces one head without any real stem, growing to about 30 to 40 cm across over time. A single flower spike in late winter of up to 60cm tall can carry hundreds of yellow or red flowers in tight formation. The little white thorns add to the textural appeal along with its claw like form. The green can become a little mottled with reds and purples which creates a plant full of character and difference. Note that Aloes do come with some markings, ie: not always super perfect, but this adds to the character.

PLANT TRAITS_ Big on character, texture and colour, a statement sculptural plant.

PLANT PAIRING_ Paired with a soft pink ceramic planter to highlight the mottled colours and textures of the aloe leaves

Aloe Species + Ceramic Planter



FEATURES_ Aloe Species, a larger sculptural plant for an indoor bright spot or outdoors in partial sun.

PLANT TRAITS_ Big on character, texture and colour, a statement sculptural plant.

PLANT PAIRING_ Paired with a coral ceramic planter to highlight the orange tinged leaves.  This colour is enhanced with exposure to sunlight.

Rhipsalis ewaldiana + Ceramic Planter



BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis ewaldiana (native to Central and South America)

AKA_ Mistletoe Cactus, Jungle Cactus

FEATURES_ Rhipsalis ewaldiana is 3 sided, branching and trailing succulent.  New growth is bright yellow to orange and turns a deeper green as it gets older.  White flowers may appear in Spring and Autumn.

PERFECT PAIRING_ Medium or large Macrame Hanger


Clivia miniata (Pale Yellow Flower) + Floor Planter 18cm


BOTANICAL NAME_ Clivia miniata

PLANT TYPE_ Flowering perennial

  • Part shade
  • Can be grown in pots
  • Needs frost protection

FEATURES_ Potted clivias look great on a deck with their strappy long leaves or in a shady courtyard.  They like to be pot bound and can be left in a pot for many years, or planted out into the garden where they will form clumps over time.  This one has the very sought after pale yellow flower in early spring and is prized for its colour which is fairly new to market. They don’t like afternoon sun.  They can be brought indoors over winter but will put on their best display in Spring outdoors in a semi shaded position. Protect from summer sun and frost in winter when dormant


Agave titanota (Chalk Agave) + Ceramic Planter


BOTANICAL NAME_ Agave titanota (Native to Mexico)

AKA_ Chalk Agave

FEATURES_ Stunning, slow growing, mid sized agave.  Thick, pale, ghostly white-coloured leaves arranged in a solitary rosette. Can be placed indoors in a bright lit, sunny position with protect from direct afternoon sun in summer but does best outdoors.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ The name Agave means Admirable.

*Note: The plant shown is an indication of what you will receive.  Seasonal colours may vary.

Rhipsalis boliviana + Tapered Planter



BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis boliviana (native to Central and South American, Caribbean and Florida)

AKA_ Mistletoe Cactus, Jungle Cactus

FEATURES_ Rhipsalis boliviana’s long flat stems are a feature of this plant. Dangling from a planter high on a shelf or draping stems over a tall metal stand makes for a dramatic feature plant in the home. The stems can get to 1m long.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ From Jamaica man. A little bit of the Bob Marley, 60s, freedom movement swinging pendulously here to reggae tunes. Definite a Jungalow plant.