Get the look

An entertaining space becomes an indoor oasis with this wildly photogenic look that features elegant ferns and tropical beauties cascading from the ceiling. Strike a pose and say “Leaves!”

Hanging Botanica was designed by Evette Moran, lead designer and incredible creative force behind The Botanica Vaucluse in Sydney’s east.

The plants in this look

Bird of paradise

As tough as nails and tolerates exposed conditions and serious neglect.

Boston fern

A great hanging indoor plant, needs a bright spot regular watering.

Chain of Hearts

A straggly evergreen climber with beautiful green and purple hues.

Devil’s Ivy

An indoor winner! It tolerates neglect and low light.

Dichondra Silver Falls

A wonderful trailing plant with beautiful silver foliage.

English Ivy

This hardy, attractive evergreen vine is a supurb climber!

Fruit salad plant

An indoor winner which tolerates low light, not much water.


This show-off pink bloom is versatile and easy to grow in any garden.

Mistletoe cactus

A tough succulent plant.


Petunias are continuously in bloom in warmer months and are the ideal pot of colour

Radiator plant

An indoor plant with striking leaves. Can be grown outdoors in tropical climates.

Rojo Congo

An excellent indoor plant, it tolerates dark spots and mild neglect.

String of pearls

A marble shaped succulent vine that is also known as string of beads. Careful not to overwater.

Wax Flower

A beautiful climber grown indoors or outdoors, prefers warmer climates.



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