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If you’re the loose, wild type, then this one’s for you. Dripping with lush, tropical plants, it’s ideal for those who enjoy low lighting and sleepovers. Grrrr.

The plants in this look


Perennial plants known for their spectacular flowers and foliage.

Birds nest fern

This hardy fern grows on trees, rocks or on the ground.

Boston fern

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


The perfect feature plant for a tropical or formal garden design.

Cardboard palm

A great feature plant for a pot or large container.

Cast iron plant

A true survivor! Tolerates dark, shady spots with minimal water.

Devil’s Ivy

An indoor winner! It tolerates neglect and low light.

Dragon Tree

One of the un-killables!

Elephant Ear

A great foliage plant for indoors or shady outdoor areas.

Fiddle Leaf Fig

A popular, yet somewhat temperamental indoor plant.

Fruit salad plant

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

Heart leaf philodendron

A fast growing hanging plant that requires little maintenance.

Kentia Palm

A popular age-old indoor plant, can also be grown outdoors.

Lipstick plant

This lipstick vine is an indoor winner.

Maidenhair Fern

Likes a constantly moist, sheltered and shady position.

Mistletoe cactus

A tough succulent plant.

Night blooming cactus

The large white flowers bloom only at night.

Peace Lily

A very hardy plant, great for indoor spaces.

Ponytail palm

A slow grower with a trunk that develops a very swollen base over time.

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.

Rubber plant

Best kept as an indoor specimen only!

Sago Palm

A statement plant for a formal or tropical garden design.

String of beans

Looks best in a hanging basket. Can be grown indoors in well lit areas. Careful not to overwater.

Walking Iris

Perfect for a sheltered outdoor spot.

Wax Flower

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


Great in hanging baskets and small pots.



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