Interior Live Upright Plants

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  • Bambusa Vulgaris as an interior Bamboo.  Most Bamboos are only suitable for exterior but Bamboo Vulgaris will live indoors provided the conditions are right.  They need very good light to thrive.  Trade Only

  • This is the heavier branched Beaucarnea.   A very contemporary plant that is popular as an office plant with its upright habit and shaggy heads of fine green leaves.  The heads start quite small but quickly develop in good light conditions Generally pest and disease free. Lovely plant - one of our favourites  Trade Only

  • Beaucarnea ponytail is a single stem plant with a head of fine green leaves. The head starts small but quickly double in size in good light. A contemporary shaped plant that works well as a small plant in a tall planter or a tall plant in a lower planter. Very easy to look after, it will tolerate most medium to high light environments and is generally...

  • This is a very pretty form of Dracaena. It has narrow green leaves that droop gracefully.  It will tolerate quite low levels of light and has no major issues with pests or diseases.  A landscapers dream plant. Best used in this branched form and is generally planted into a tall planter. Trade Only

  • Dracaena Compacta is a member of the highly versatile Dracaena family. These plants are ideal as an office plant as they have a good contemporary shape, will tolerate low levels of light and are slow growing. This form has three stems with heads - see also the branched Dracaena Compactafor a fuller plant.  Trade Only

  • This is the heavier branched form of the Compacta.  A very strong plant that will adapt to most locations and will tolerate quite low light levels. Very slow growing.  Trade Only

  • A relative newcomer. Goldcoast has glossy green and yellow variegated leaves and an upright manner.  Good all  rounder.  Trade Only

  • Janet Craig has glossy green leaves and an upright habit.  It will tolerate quite low light levels and is a useful plant for darker spaces. This is the branched version which is very bushy.  It is generally pest and disease free.  Trade Only

  • A new version of the classic Marginata with a braided stem and mophead style canopy.  This contemporary plant is easy to look after and will toperate medium to high light conditions.  Trade Only

  • This heavy branched Dracaena is a popular office plant as it has a contemporary shape and will tolerate medium to low light levels.  Looks at its best in a tall planter. Price is for plant only.  Trade Only

  • This is the classic form of the popular Dragon tree, Dracaeana margnata.  It has 3 ,4 or 5 poles each with a head of narrow dark green leaves. The leaves are upright to start with and gentyl droop over time. Easy to care for and not fussy over light levels.  If the light is too low the stem will elongate over time.  Trade Only

  • The broadest leaved Dracaena with glossy green and yellow striped leaves.  The head starts quite compact but in good light conditions can double in size. Is generally pest free but has a tendency to have leaf spotting.  Trade Only

  • This is the heavy branched form of this Dracaena.   Used to be a popular plant as the head can grow very big and lush in good light conditions. Great if you want a really big lush plant. Trade Only

  • Dracaena Reflexa is more commonly known as Pleomele. This is the variegated form with a strong yellow striped leaf.  It needs more light than the two tone green Pleomele so it should be quite close to a natural light source. One of the best variegated indoor plants. Looks great as a large plant in a low planter or a smaller plant in a tall planter. Trade...

  • This sweet little tree makes an unusual desk top plant or works really well in a tall slender floor planter.  The yellow striped leaves makes it a striking plant but it does need good light to thrive so place close to a natural light source.  Heights are approximate and are from floor to top of plant.  Trade Only

  • This two tone green leaved plant is an interior landscapers favourite.  It has a great architectural shape and will tolerate quite low levels of light.   Works well as both a large specimen plant and in tall planters. Pest and disease free.  Heights are approximate and are from floor to top of plant. Prices are for plant only  Trade Only

  • A relative newcomer, Dracaena Rikki has very long two tone leaves. This heavy branched form is the best version.  It will survive medium to low light conditions. Heights are from floor to top of plant.  Prices are for plant only.  Trade Only

  • This green and white variegated plant is a confirmed favorite with interior landscapers as it is unusually a variegated plant that is happy in very low light conditions.  Tough as old boots it is difficult to kill and in this branched form can make a great architectural display. Heights are approximate and are from floor to top of plant.  Prices are for...

  • Ficus Alli (also known as Ficus Longifolia) is the longer leaved version of the classic Ficus.  It tends to have fewer leaves and a naturally 'droopy' habit.  Sold either as a narrow column or, more commonly as a Mophead. Like all Ficus it needs great light so place close to a natural light source Heights are approximate and are from floor to top of...

  • Classical Weeping Fig bush with foliage from top to bottom.  Ficus are very fussy about light - you really need to locate this plant within 2 metres of a window or direct light source or it will gradually drop leaves.  It is a thirsty plant so keep it well watered. Heights are approximate and are from floor to top of plant. Price is for plant only  Trade...

  • This Mophead has a braided stem rather than a simple straight stem. Like all Ficus it needs to be positioned next to a window to thrive, if the light is too low it will gradually drop its leaves from the centre outwards.  Keep well watered All heights are approximate and are from floor to top of plant. Price is for plant only. Trade Only

  • This is a heavy, dense Mophead. Similar in shape to the Ficus Mophead but a much older plant with a chunkier stem and a denser, heavier canopy. The head is more defined than the Mophead. Needs great light so place directly in a window.  With a canopy this dense unless the light is good enough the plant will shed leaves f rom the centre of the head.  Keep...

  • This Weeping fig has a single corkscrew stem and a loose head of mid green leaves.  It needs great light so place near to a window otherwise it may drop leaves from the centre of the head. Price for plant only - decorative planters are available separately.  Trade Only

  • Similar in appearance to the Open Braided Ficus but here the stem is not a three dimensional cylinder but a flat weave.  Sadly underused this is a plant that deserves to be more popular.  Like all Ficus trees this needs great light so place within 2 metres of a window otherwise it will drop its leaves. Keep well watered. Heights are approximate and are...

  • This bonsai style Ficus is a real show stopper.  It has a single central trunk that curves in an S shape and layers of dark green foliage. As with all Ficus plants it needs very good light otherwise it will drop leaves. A real feature specimen  Trade Only  

  • Commonly thought of as a bonsai plant this form of Ficus has become very popular in tall slender planters and particularly in groups of three planters together.  They need very good light to survive so place close to a natural light source.  Trade Only

  • Single straight stem and a loose round 'mophead' canopy this is a popular form of Ficus. Success with this plant is all about getting the light right. Ficus needs very good light, if you place this more than about 2 metres away from a natural light source then the leaves will drop, starting from the centre of the plant where it is the darkest. Keep well...

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