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Peperomia ‘Raindrop’ + Cement Planter


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

AKA_ Coin Leaf Peperomia, ‘Raindrop’ Peperomia

FEATURES_ Peperomia polybotrya, also known as the Raindrop Peperomia, due to the shape of its leaves which are large and waxy and actually store water.  The glossy leaves are a feature of this plant.

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 contrasting concrete tapered planter to emphasise the large glossy leaves and their shape.

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.

Chinese Money Plant + Ceramic Planter



BOTANICAL NAME_ Pilea peperomioides (native to to southern China)

AKA_ Chinese Money Plant, Pancake Plant, UFO Plant,

FEATURES_ A remarkable indoor plant for beautiful, delicate greenery that branches from a single stem. Large, coin shaped foliage daintily floats off its own stem. Easy to grow and care for.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ Fits in. Lush, vibrant, bouncy and centred. Dainty and excitable. A great one for the novice indoor gardener, beautiful amongst terracotta and cactus or prettily adorning a girlish bedroom.

PLANT PAIRING_ We have paired this glossy leafed succulent with a coral cement planter to contrast the bright green of the leaves and pick up on the light pink colour in the stems.

Autumn Cactus (Zygocactus) + Tapered Cement Planter


BOTANICAL NAME_ Zygocactus, Schlumbergera truncata

AKA_ Autumn Cactus

FEATURES_ Flowers from mid April to start of June.  Beautiful hanging plant.  Lovely shape and budding form of flowers.  We stock a few different colours, subject to availability – pinks, apricot – salmon, reds and whites.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ Flowery, colourful personalities, think Carmen Miranda. The Autumn – Winter bloomer is great for Mother’s Day and birthdays in the cooler months due to flowering during these times.

PERFECT PAIRING_ Medium Macrame Hanger

Azure Torch (Azureocereus hertlingianus) + Cement Planter



BOTANICAL NAME_ Azureocereus hertlingianus

AKA_also known as Azure Torch, Blue Cactus

FEATURES_ A spectacular turquoise blue coloured columnar cactus that can grow to 2m tall in the ground, albeit a slow grower.  Plants will remain much smaller contained in a pot. Golden brown spines are the perfect colour contrast to the turquoise blue. Can branch at the base and maintains its bluish colour with age. Very impressive specimen in the garden or confined to a container.

PLANT PERSONALITY_  Minimalist and imposing, bold and individualistic.

Lepismium cruciforme + Tapered Planter



BOTANICAL NAME_ Lepismium cruciforme (native to Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina)

AKA_ Hurricane Cactus, Jungle Cactus

FEATURES_ . An impressive hanging indoor or outdoor plant. This jungle cactus looks great in containers and hanging baskets or on a tall plant stand to will accentuate the stunning, cascading foliage. Will take on a purplish hue when placed in more light. Perfect for growing on a lightly shaded deck, patio, or porch during warm weather. Tufts of white spines sparkle along fleshy leaves that produce white flowers

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.

Ruby Necklace (Othonna capensis) + Cement Planter


BOTANICAL NAME_ Othonna capensis

AKA_ Ruby Necklace, Little Pickles


Othonna capensis has very succulent green leaves that move to purple the more sunlight it receives.   The bean like foliage grows in a spiral pattern around long, slim pink, purple to red stems. The perfect specimen for a hanging planter. Produces very small, dainty, yellow daisy-like flowers on slim stems. Fragrant flowers are attractive to a wide variety of pollinators including butterflies, bees and other insects. Blooms from late spring to early in the autumn.

PLANT PERSONALITY_  Given its name, Ruby would be the perfect name fit.  Fast growing and tough, feminine, spirited with bold colouring in bright light.  ‘Ah now said I love a girl and-a Ruby is her name …’  It’s other name is Little Pickles – a gift for a friend, family member or colleague who may have gone through a bit of trial recently and is on the mend or getting sorted.

PERFECT PAIRING_  Pair with a medium Macrame Planter and hang in a protect spot outdoors with plenty of morning sunlight.

Albino Corn Cob Cactus (Euphorbia mammillaris variegata)


BOTANICAL NAME_ Euphorbia mammillaris (variegata)

AKA_ Indian Corn Cob Cactus

FEATURES_ Attractive clumping cactus with cream to green-emerald green variegated patterning.  Stems are thick, erect and ribbed with branching laterals.  Can be flushed with pink tips in cold weather adding to the aesthetic.

PLANT TRAITS_ Clustering variegated club like stems resembling a corn cob.

Rhipsalis campos portoana + Cement Planter 16cm



BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis campos-portoana (native to Brazil)

AKA_ Jungle Cactus, Mistletoe Cactus

FEATURES_ Rhipsalis campos-portoana is a jungle cactus with elongated, many branched stems that hang in large clusters.  Slender, long branches up to 1 metre long which cascade softly.  White flowers and globose, orange fruits.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ Rapunzel, let your hair down. Give this beauty the limelight.

Rhipsalis elliptica



BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis elliptica

AKA_ Jungle Cactus

FEATURES_ Flattened succulent segments that are green and turn rich colours of copper to purple in sunlight. Flowers are small and appear in late winter, early spring.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ Definitely a nana plant for the 70s, retro stylists.  Perfect addition to the 70s suburban homes many of us grew up in that are now being renovated.

Rhipsalis pilocarpa (Mistletoe Cactus) + Tapered Planter



BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis pilocarpa (native to Brazil)

AKA_ Mistletoe cactus, Hairy stemmed Rhipsalis

FEATURES_ Rhipsalis pilocarpa looks like a winter wonderland coming into the cold months. Its long draping, cylindrical leaves are covered in white hairs that give a snowy appearance. The stems are green but stress into deep red and purple hues giving the plant the look of Christmas. It also features fragrant, bell shaped, showy white star shaped flowers with pink eyes.

Balloon Cactus (Notocactus magnificus compacta) + Cement Planter


BOTANICAL NAME_ Notocactus Magnificus compacta (native to Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina)

AKA_ Balloon Cactus, Green Ball Cactus, Blue Ball Cactus

FEATURES_ A globular cactus, blue-green in colour, glistening under a haze of pale yellow fluffy spines and brilliant yellow flowers.  It will develop clusters over time.

PEOPLE PAIRING_  For the adventurers.  Fly away with me in a balloon cactus.  Whimsical, dreamy, fantastical.

Lepismium cruciforme v. anceps + Tapered Planter



BOTANICAL NAME_ Lepismium cruciforme v. anceps (native to Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina)

AKA_ Hurricane Cactus, Jungle Cactus

FEATURES_ . Flattened green foliage that twists with maturity makes this an interesting tropical plant for that jungalow look .An impressive hanging indoor or outdoor plant. This jungle cactus looks great in containers and hanging baskets or on a tall plant stand to accentuate the stunning, cascading foliage.  A very architectural plant. Perfect for growing on a lightly shaded deck, patio, or porch during warm weather.

‘Crown Cactus (Aylostera pulvinosa) + Cement Planter


BOTANICAL NAME_ Aylostera pulvinosa (also Rebutia pulvinosa, native to Bolivia)

AKA_ Crown Cactus

FEATURES_ A small clumping, clustering cacti with vibrant orange flowers.  Quickly produces offsets with a spreading “pulvinus” cushion habit.  Bright green in colour and covered in a mesh of white spines.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ The perfect gift for beginner cacti collectors.  Something that grows and multiplies over time.

Lobivia schieliana + cement planter



BOTANICAL NAME_ Lobivia schieliana (native to Bolivia)

FEATURES_ A dwarf compact cactus with short, dense, recurved spines resembling scorpions. Numerous offsets are produced to create a low clumping cactus with rusty coloured spines. Large, red 6cm flowers appear enmasse in warmer months. The tight knit spines create a repeat pattern of uniformity

PLANT PERSONALITY_  Scorpios. Passionate, Dominating, Sexual, Defensive, Ardent, Transformative. One of the most important spiritual meanings that scorpions convey is that of isolation. They are quite solitary creatures by nature, only interacting with others sporadically and on rare occasions. The perfect isolation succulent.