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Peperomia ‘Coin Leaf’ + Ceramic Planter


BOTANICAL NAME_ Peperomia polybotrya (native to Central America + South America)

AKA_ Coin Leaf Peperomia, ‘Raindrop’ Peperomia

FEATURES_ Peperomia polybotrya is a waxy leafed succulent that loves bright filtered light with protection from direct afternoon sunlight. Being a tropical plant it likes warmth but not direct sunlight so will do well in a warm spot over winter indoors and direct sun outdoors. In summer protect from direct sunlight. Reaches height of 40cm.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ This tropical, jungle cactus is lush and lovely and has a very sunny disposition.

PLANT PAIRING_ We have paired this glossy leafed succulent with a matte black planter for contrast of texture and colour. A beautiful potted specimen for indoor and outdoor collections, particularly the waxy appearance of the leaves.

Euphorbia ‘Zipper Plant’ + Matte Black Planter


BOTANICAL NAME_ Euphorbia anoplia (native to South Africa)

AKA_ Tanzanian Zipper, named for the striping pattern along the margins of its angled stems.

FEATURES_ A very attractive, clumping and spineless cactus with attractive patterning.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ Bark with no bite. The cactus with no spikes. Zip it. Not good with secrets. Very attractive deep green with pattern margins.

Euphorbia resinifera + Ceramic Planter


Euphorbia resinifera is native to Morocco. It is a low growing, mounding succulent with rectangular stems that repeat.  It has small spines and a poisonous sap that should not be ingested so play it safe with positioning and handling as all parts of this plant are poisonous. Light green to grey green in colour, flowers in summer with small yellow blooms.  Planted into a perfectly paired matte black, medium, ceramic planter (13cm x 13cm) using a well draining cacti mix and top finished with river pebbles.