Chamaedorea Seifrizii

Common Name: Palm Chamaedorea encompasses a diverse group of palms commonly known as parlor palms or bamboo palms. These palms are appreciated for their elegant appearance, often featuring feather-like or pinnate leaves. The size of Chamaedorea species can vary, but they are generally smaller palms, making them well-suited for indoor cultivation. They are adapted to lower light […]

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Rhapis Excelsa

Common Name: Ground Rattan, Bamboo Palm, Lady Palm, Miniature Fan Palm, Fern Rhapis This very hardy attractive palm is a slow growing multi-stemmed palm which makes a fantastic indoor plant. Rhapis excelsa prefers a moist well-drained soil in a sheltered temperate location. Also known as ‘slender lady palm’, ‘bamboo palm’, ‘fan palm’, finger palm’, and ‘parlor

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Philodendron – Xanadu

Evergreen glossy foliage with compact growth habit in a fountain shape. Decoratively shaped small-medium sized leaves. NOTE: Young leaves may be smooth-edged and will develop the distinctive wiggles as the plant matures. USE IN: Tropical gardens and well-lit patio areas. Suited to borders, undergrowth planting and containers. LOCATION: A full sun to partly shaded position

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Dypsis Lutescens

Common Name: Palm Golden Cane  Dypsis lutescens, also known as golden cane palm, butterfly palm or bamboo palm, is a species of flowering plant in the family Arecaceae which is native to Madagascar. Dypsis lutescens is a perennial tropical plant that grows between 6 to 12m and can spread from 3 to 5m. Dypsis Lutescens is a popular, low maintenance houseplant. If grown indoors,

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