Indoor plants are a great way to freshen up an indoor space! Whether you’re new to indoor plants, or just looking for some new species, we have a large range of native plants to suit your household.
Climbing Birds Nest Fern – Microsorum punctatum
This rainforest epiphyte/terrestrial is popular for its minimalistic, lush green rainforest fronds. Featured on surfaces as a pot plant, it is a great way of introducing plants into your home. A hardy species which requires low to medium levels of sunlight and low watering (once every two weeks). This plant will grow to 1 metre height in 2 to 5 years.
Waxflower – Hoya Australis
The Waxflower climber is a popular species for its large unique bouquet of white flowers. Often featured in hanging baskets indoors for it’s weeping stems. Keep in a warm position in gravelly, well-draining soil and keep moist. Do not cut off flowers, as the flowers will continue to grow from the same bud each year.
Peperomia – Peperomia blanda
A small succulent spcies popularly grown in a pot. Great for smaller areas that won’t fit other plants, such as on a desk or kitchen counter. This plant can tolerate very shady conditions and prefers well-draining soil with a high nutrient content. It also only requires low watering (once every two weeks). This plant will grow to 45cm.
Giant Pepper Vine – Piper hederaceum
A climbing plant popular for its lush rainforest appeal and dark green heart-shaped leaves and small white flowers. Suitable for growing in hanging pots or kept pruned for pots on surfaces. Prefers a partly shady position and only requires low watering (once every two weeks).
Broad-leaved Palm Lily – Cordyline Petiolaris
A large statement plant often grown indoors for their tropical palm appeal. These plants also have the ability to clean the air in your home from harmful toxins. Prefers indirect sunlight and medium watering (once per week). This plant can grow to 5 metres but also responds well to pruning. Please note that this plant is poisonous to dogs.
Native Ginger – Alpinia caerulea
Native ginger is a smaller statement plant grown for its glossy tropical appeal and distinct leaf formation. Prefers a well-draining potting mix, indirect sunlight and medium watering (once per week). This plant can grow to 2 metres but also responds well to pruning.
Tuckeroo – Cupaniopsis anacardioides
Another rainforest species, this slow growing tree is popular for its dense leaves and lush appearance. Grown indoors when young, and also suitable for patio growing, it can take either direct or indirect sunlight. Requires medium watering (once per week) and a large pot. This plant will grow into a tree and can reach sizes of 15 metres, but also responds well to pruning.