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Houseplants

Houseplants breathe life and style into a room, increase the feeling of wellbeing and help to purify the air. We have grown indoor plants since we started our Nursery in 1999 so if you are looking for a great range of interesting, unusual or maybe just good old-fashioned houseplants then you're in the right place!

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Aloe vera

Aloe vera£6.50

Burn Plant, Medicine Plant

This popular succulent is very useful to have around the home. The fleshy interior of the leaves can soothe and help heal minor skin ailments and burns. Works superbly to alleviate pain from stinging nettles. Spikes of yellow flowers appear in summer

 
Asparagus falcatus

Asparagus falcatus£8.00

Sickle Thorn

Vigorous evergreen climber for a conservatory with spiny stems clothed with large flat leaves.

 
Billbergia x windii

Billbergia x windii£7.50

Queen's Tears

A hybrid between nutans and decora, with the hardiness of the former and the larger and longer flowers of the latter. Because the flowers hang down it makes a good plant for a shallow hanging pot or basket.

 
Cissus striata

Cissus striata£6.50

Ivy of Uruguay

A slightly tender evergreen climber with palmate leaves and red stems. Small green flowers in summer are followed by ornamental black berries. Ideal for covering a wall in a conservatory or a sheltered spot outdoors. Can also be used as a trailing houseplant if kept in a smallish pot

 

Drimiopsis maculata£6.50

Little White Soldiers, African False Hosta

A curious little bulbous plant with fleshy, spotted, hosta-like leaves and spikles of small white flowers in April to May.

 
Kalanchoe rauhii

Kalanchoe rauhii£7.00

A cross between Kalanchoe rosei subsp. variifolia and K. delagoensis (tubiflora) delagoensis. Upright stems are clothed with serrated fleshy leaves, each producing plantlets along the edges. Umbels of nodding salmon flowers, probably in spring.

 
Microsorum diversifolium

Microsorum diversifolium£6.50

Kangaroo Fern

A tender fern from rainforests in Australia, likes a shallow root run and humid atmosphere - grows best surrounded by other plants. Looks good in a large hanging basket or shallow pot, where the rhizomes will creep over the edge.

 
Pelargonium 'Mr Wren'

Pelargonium 'Mr Wren'£6.50

An old, tall variety growing to around 1 metre. The single flowers are a distinctive shade of slightly orange red, each petal having a white edge.

 
Pteris cretica var. albolineata

Pteris cretica var. albolineata£6.50

Cretan Brake, Table Fern

A colourful indoor fern with green and white fronds. Ideal for any room in the house providing it doesn't get strong direct sun.

 
Punica granatum v. nana

Punica granatum v. nana£7.00

Dwarf Pomegranate

A small summer-flowering deciduous shrub with unusual orange flowers in summer. It can produce fruit which have a good proprtion of seed but it really needs a warm summer to do so.

 
Senecio kleiniiformis

Senecio kleiniiformis£6.50

Spearhead Senecio

A low growing succulent from South Africa with glaucous spear shaped leaves and yellow daisy flowers on long stems in summer.

 
 
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