These extremely popular houseplants is one of todays 'it' plants. They grace the pages of magazines and instagram. They prefer lots of bright filtered light and should be kept away from drafts. They grow outdoors in a sub-tropical climate and should therefore be kept indoors or on a protected patio in the Western Cape.
An abundance of beautiful soft pink flowers borne from mid August. Will brighten up any garden. These flowers make stunning cut flowers and a short hedge. Ideal for low maintenance, low water use gardens.
This beguiling foliage plant will make a statement in any room. Audrey enjoys indirect light and moderate humidity; well suited to a home environment but be sure to keep away from heaters and cold draughts.
A good shade tree with shining leaves that are leathery in texture and a rich, deep green colour. Only suitable for very large, subtropical gardens, as its vigorous root system is very invasive. Also a good container plant for indoor or outdoor use.
When grown indoors, the plants are normally pruned to keep them in the 1 - 2m range. This lovely variety of the weeping fig known as the Ficus Benjamina displays an architectural braided stem. An impressive plume of dark green glossy leaves giving a wonderful canopy effect. The Benjamina need a well lit position in the home or office to achieve best results.
This stunning rubber plant grows sculptural deep-green leaves from a thin central trunk. The Rubber Plant is easy to care for and will be happy in any bright room and is sure to make a statement due to its height. *Toxic to cats and dogs
Ficus Elastica Tresor
Fig Southern Black | Ficus Carica 'Southern Black'
A late season pomegranate with orange-red flowers. The fruit has a red to purple skin. This variety is popular for making pomegranate juice. Wonderful is a fast grower, produces an abundance of fruit, is drought resistant and mostly pest free.
The Calamondin orange tree, often known as miniature orange, is an ornamental tree producing fragrant flowers and a small tangerine-like fruit. The fruit has a tart, acid flavor similar to a lemon or lime. Calamondin orange tree makes one of the best indoor fruit trees.
If you have a large garden, this indigenous tree will provide you with a very wide canopy of shade. The birds will love the small fig fruits and the kids will love the many branches to climb. This tree is ideal for building a treehouse. Plant with enough space between tree and permanent structures as it has invasive roots.
The Palmer navel orange is a sweet, seedless orange and has a rich, juicy flavour that is delicious for eating out of hand. The fruit is large and has a deep orange colour. It peels easily and the tender flesh provides a rich and pleasant flavour. The navel is recognised as the primary eating orange throughout the world.
With its amazing colorful bloom girdled with a crown of deep green leaves, Bromelia does a good job in catching the eye. This exotic beauty comes in many shapes and varieties, and make a very interesting indoor plant. A bromelia plant has the uncommon characteristic of only producing a single flower, but the bloom lasts for three to six months.
This Danielle is a graceful Weeping Fig with rich, dark green variegated leaves. It is perfect for a corner in the home or office. This simple, low maintenance houseplant will give you lovely, dense foliage and air-purifying, indoor greenery.