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Balcony or Indoors

Plants New to Our Selection

Of course, there are no new plants, but fashion changes and a plant that is overused becomes unfashionable.  Then someone discovers a plant that was used by their parents or grandparents and low and behold, it is fashionable again and everybody wants one.

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Showing a Dracaena Draco in a black pot.
Dracaena Draco. A good balcony plant. Unlike the Yucca the leaves are flexible and not as dangerous for the eyes.
Showing an Umbrella Tree in a tall black planter.
Schefflera Alpine Junior common name Umbrella Tree. These old fashioned bushes look good on a balcony and can be kept at only just over a metre high.
An image of a variegated New Zealand Umbrella tree in a grey round pot.
Variegated New Zealand Umbrella tree. These old fashioned bushes look good on a balcony. Suitable indoors in a bright space.
Showing a Zanzibar Gem in a white wedge planter.
Zamioculcas zamifolia, ZZ Plant or Zanzibar Gem. Normal growth is a well balance plant. Floor or desk plant, the Zanzibar Gem will tolerate low light, low water.
Showing a Strelitzia in a blue pot on a balcony overlooking the sea.
Strelitzia nicolai 'Bird of Paradise'. A tough plant, suitable for balconies. Floor plant high light, medium water.