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Green thumbs not required. An intricately-designed watering system which saves you time and hassles! This ingenious gizmo simplifies plant maintenance for busy individuals. By looking at the monitoring gauge which looks very much like a thermometer, the markings on the scale indicate at once whether your plants need to be watered. If the red ball bearing falls to the minimum mark, it's time to feed your plants! It's also perfect for when you go on a holiday; the Plantplus system will keep your plants watered for at least two weeks. Plantplus series are available with most of the indoor plants of our collection that make it a perfect gift for loved ones, business associates and special occasions.
One of the best known variants under the genus Aglaonema, the Pattaya Beauty has broad green leaves with silvery white strip in the middle section. The leaves are attached to long petioles and will have more upright growth. They thrive well in indoor lighting conditions require little maintenance. Aglaonema plants have been grown as luck-bringing ornamental plants in Asia for centuries.
Anthurium jenmanii is an interesting Anthurium specimen in a "birds nest" form. It is known to be having a variety of leaf forms through its growth, rounded or even slightly oval leaf blades. The leaves are often large and coriaceous (leathery to the touch). The lower surface of the leaf blade is substantially less glossy than the upper blade surface. New leaf blades are known to emerge with purple coloration. It is tough and thrives in a wide range of growing conditions and rarely if ever has pests. A definition of low-maintenance plant.
The Iron Tree is one of the most popular auspicious plants to the Chinese. It is a multi-stemmed, unbranched, slow growing shrub with long, slender, and glossy green leaves. The leaves may droop and may have strips of green, yellow and white on the midsection depending on the exact variegated species. It can be easily grown indoors and can tolerate low levels of light. Also known to be a good air purifying plant.
Ficus lyrata is commonly known as the fiddle-leaf fig. The name fiddle given to this plant comes from its kind of fiddle (violin) shaped leaves. Its attractive semi-lobed and oval shaped leaves all seem to grow in different sizes with leathery texture. The fiddle leaf fig is an exciting plant to grow with its broad bold giant leaves to decorate your home or office.
Money plant is one of the most popular and dependable houseplants available today. It is one of a number of common houseplants, which is thought to purify the air. It is exceptionally tough, both easy to propagate and maintain. It has shiny heart-shaped leaves and long slender stems that make it an excellent hanging plant. It will rapidly form a cascade of brightly mottled green leaves that can be trained to attach itself easily on stick or pole to grow as a climbing plant or to trail.
Philodendron means “tree loving”, a low maintenance ornamental plants which normally grow as creepers and climbers. It is also known as the sweetheart plant because of the unique heart shape of its leaves. Its large, glossy dark green leaves and waxy coating makes it suitable for low light conditions and shaded areas. Young leaves tend to be pale pink to fuchsia in color. This easy to care plant is one of the most popular houseplants.
Rhapis is known for its adaptability to a wide range of environments ranging from different conditions of soil, climate, lighting, temperature and rainfall. The stem grows in multiple clumps and possess dark green leaves that are palmate and split up into broad ribbed sections. Rhapis excels in deep shade conditions which makes them good house plants.
Sansevieria is commonly known as Mother-in-law's tongue. It is an exotic-looking plant that thrives on neglect. It can be grown in high light, deep shade, or everywhere in between. It can tolerate low humidity and low water. It is also a cleaner for your indoor in removing harmful air pollutants.
Sansevieria species are believed to act as good air purifiers by removing toxins (such as formaldehyde, xylene and toluene) from the air, thereby gaining a reputation as a good cure for sick building syndrome. It uses the crassulacean acid metabolism process, which absorbs carbon dioxide and releases oxygen at night. This purportedly makes them suitable bedroom plants.
Spathiphyllum is a very easy-going plant, with green glossy foliage and lovely white spathe flowers. This lovely indoor plant is also known as 'Peace Lily'. The great thing about this plant is its ability to absorb potentially harmful chemicals from the air. So keeping it indoors can actually improve the air quality of your home or office. A long-time favorite among house plant enthusiasts as research conducted by NASA found 'Peace Lily' to be one of the top indoor plants for cleaning the air.
One of the most popular palms in tropical and subtropical climates, the Yellow Palm is multi-stemmed, with smooth silver green trunks, and arching feather shaped fronds. The common name derives from the beautiful golden yellow leaves that grow on long petioles and curve upwards.
It is considered low maintenance and will grow in sun or shade but look its best in bright shaded indoor or outdoor areas. Because of its dense and clustering growth habit, Yellow Palm primarily can be used as a hedging or screening plant to create a little privacy from your neighbour, or also cover or hide any unsightly corners of your home. It is also a good air purifying plant that can filter xylene and toluene from the air.
This stunning herbaceous evergreen plant grows out from a succulent rhizome and requires little watering and is hardly attacked by insects. Glossy and bright green leaves are arranged on each side of the long petiole. A well-known indoor plant due to its attractive symmetrical leaves and tolerance to low light, the Zamioculas is also a common favorite among the Chinese as they believe that it is auspicious and bring in luck.