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₹300.00 ₹399.00 Ex Tax: ₹300.00
About AmélieAmelie, known in the plant world as Rhipsalis, is a great shaggy-haired friend to have around. Her tousled green locks will cascade over the sides of a pot and her forg..
₹1,599.00 ₹1,800.00 Ex Tax: ₹1,599.00
About RavenRaven is the new kid on the houseplant block having only been launched in the summer of 2017. He's closely related to Cassie in nature however his striking black foliage..
₹719.00 ₹780.00 Ex Tax: ₹719.00
'Angel Wings' is a new variety which has stunning silky, silvery white foliage and is a perfect plant for outdoors as well as indoors. It is ideal for use in containers either alon..
Ex Tax: ₹420.00
Charlie is an impressive-looking beauty with massive, fan-like leaves that give him the nickname 'Elephant's Ears'. He's originally from the rainforests of South-East Asia, where h..
Ex Tax: ₹300.00
About FrankyFranky is undeniably a great guy - his fleshy green leaves, lined by toothed edges make him a great architectural plant that will thrive off of little watering. However..
Ex Tax: ₹500.00
About FleurFleur takes her floral name from her rare ability to be in flower for 300 out of 365 days of the year, which makes her the perfect plant to bring a splash of bright colo..
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About ArchieOriginating from Japan, Archie comes from a long line of grasses that consist of as many as 2000 different species. His dark green and golden-yellow good looks will bri..
Ex Tax: ₹320.00
About AmeliaAmelia, our sickle thorn, is an asparagus fern, most commonly found in the wild in tropical parts of Africa, India and Sri Lanka.She's not hard to care for and will gro..
Ex Tax: ₹200.00
Ex Tax: ₹369.00
Howard likesMost light conditionsHe will cope with very low light, but he’ll thrive in medium, indirect light. He hates bright sun, the grump.Light wateringHe’s very relaxed about ..
Ex Tax: ₹600.00
About FergusFergus' common name, the 'bird's nest fern', sounds a little insulting for such a beauty. The name comes from his dense crown at the centre, from which new leaves grow...