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We have a range of options that are super easy to look after in your office space.

  • We don't usually do this but, for a change we're adding this rare Philodendron to our list. The Philodendron Squamiferum is a magnificent variety in the genus Araceae. It is a climber, originating in French Guiana, Suriname, and northern Brazil where it scales large trees. The distinctive "furry" stems set this variety apart from its friend the Pedatum - similar in appearance, however much more common. If you are a bit of a Philodendron "nut", then this is for you. No collection is complete without this fantastic beauty. We have paired this with the highest quality Lechuza LS products because, well, it deserves it. Purchase this in a grow pot only in the Mosspole and column plant section.
  • Strelitzia Nicolai, also known as the White Bird of Paradise, Crane Plant or Wild banana. It is a wonderful plant for adding that bold tropical feel. Its big and long glossy leaves resemble that of the Musa family of plants but this one does not produce fruit. Hardier than the Bird of Paradise this "White Bird of Paradise" will do well indoors with moderate to high sunlight. It will cope well with infrequent watering too. A good plant to have if I were a student again!
  • Phoenix Canariensis (Date Palm)

    £130.00£150.00

    Date Palm

    This palm is as tough as they come. It will thrive in full sun and cope with low overnight temperatures. A word of warning though, the leaves have hard sharp tips, so they need plenty of space. Pictured in a Quadro planter in Anthracite grey. Planted in a 35cm Lechuza planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.5m.
  • The Fiddle leaf Ficus Lyrata (stem) is a wonderfully architectural plant. It has big, dark green leaves. The Fiddle Leaf Ficus is an exceptional indoor plant. This makes it a lovely addition to the home or office. Furthermore, the Fiddle Leaf Ficus Lyrata adds shape and structure to a space. As a result, this makes it very popular with interior designers. Heavily featured in social media and design magazines, this plant is definitely "trending". This plant has big waxy leaves which are great for cleaning your air. The bigger and greener the leaves, the more carbon the plant will absorb. Therefore this plant keeps you healthier!
  • This is the unusual philodendron Cobra with its slim pointy leaves showing random variegation with flashes and speckles of cream. Height: 80cm
  • The Philodendron Imperial Red is a lovely plant that feels opulent, debonair, suave, even. The burgundy leathery leaves remind me of a classic red Chesterfield sofa and would make a very similar aesthetic impact to a room. Think "reading room", "library" or "home office". Equally, imagine yourself in a warm living room admiring her from a reclined angle, donning slippers and sipping a single malt.
  • This very attractive Philodendron is fairly new to the stage. This plant has wonderful deep purple stems with glossy deep burgundy leaves fading to black and finally to green once the leaf matures.
  • Philodendron Pedatum (also known as Oak Leaf Philodendron) This specimen is a climber and will produce more impressive leaves as it matures and climbs. The climbing Philodendrons produce aerial roots from the stems.
  • Small Philodendron with beautiful glossy, deeply lobed green leaves that bring a tropical feel to the home. This plant will tolerate low light.
  • Ficus Maclame, fabulous house plant with a nice upright growing habit and stunning glossy green medium size leaves. This plant is quite easy to look after and will do well in a bright spot with in-direct sunlight. Height: 1.4/1.5m
  • The Ficus Panda is a delight. It has a thick, greyish trunk that develops aerial roots that give the plant its exotic look, reminiscent of the trees surrounding temples in South East Asia. The evergreen bushy tops are a statement piece for interior decor, and the name is great too! A rarer breed of ficus, not everyone has one of these. The growers have very few of them so, contact us to make sure we can check the availability for you to avoid disappointment. Height: 1.1
  • Woven stem weeping fig

    This lovely variety of the weeping fig known as the Ficus Benjamina displays an architectural stem. The Benjamina has an impressive plume of dark green glossy leaves giving a wonderful canopy effect. The Benjamina as with most Ficus we need a well-lit position in the home or office to achieve the best results.
  • Double spiral stem weeping fig

    This lovely variety of the weeping fig known as the Ficus Benjamina displays an architectural double spiral stem. The Benjamina has an impressive plume of dark green glossy leaves giving a wonderful canopy effect. The Benjamina as with most Ficus we need a well-lit position in the home or office to achieve the best results.
  • Dracaena Marginata

    £142.00£187.00
    Pictured in a classico planter Planted in a 35cm Lechuza planter complete with self watering system.
  • Pictured in a classico planter Planted in a 35cm Lechuza planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.5m.
  • Pictured in a Classico planter Planted in a 35cm Lechuza planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.5m.
  • The Dracaena Compacta is great houseplant. This plant is highly distinguishable from most other interior  Dracaena, having a green stem and very tightly compacted clumping leaves. The Compacta is a slow grower and will tolerate medium light conditions.The overall height of the display including planter and plant will be 1.2m-1.4m.
  • The Ficus Elastica Melany has lovely green glossy leaves with a reddish-brown tinge. This plant with its attractive plaited stem is great for purifying the air in the office and home environments alike. Keep out of direct sunlight. Will tolerate low light situations.
  • The Branched Dracaena deremensis “Striped Dracaena ” is a charming feature plant that has a wonderful complimentary deep green broad leaf with a delicate white stripe and can produce lovely flowers. The “Deremensis” has good air cleansing properties and is easy to care for. This plant will make a  fantastic statement for your home or office. A 1.2m Dracaena Branched Deremensis planted in a 30 x 56cm Rondo or Cubico planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.2-1.4m.
  • The stunning Schefflera Arboricola has dark green glossy leaves in a attractive cluster. This particular plant has a the popular braided stem giving it a modern look for the home or office. This plant has good air purifying qualities, and needs bright but indirect light. For best results let the soil dry out between watering. A 1.2m Schefflera Arboricola Braided Stem planted in a 30 x 56cm Rondo or Cubico  planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.2-1.4m.

Large Office Plants Delivered to Your Door.  Fast Low Cost Delivery

Zamioculcas and Sansevieria, can withstand any light condition and minimum watering. Succulents need plenty of light but survive with very little water. On this page we feature some of our largest office plants for you to pick from. We also rent office plants within a 50 mile radius of our office here in East Sussex and also offer a number of care packages to look after your office plants during the rental period. Read more here on our office plant rental page. 

Why are indoor plants good for offices?

Plants in your office are good for a number of reasons. They enhance your corporate image whilst also providing a natural way to control humidity, and refresh and purify the air creating an office that is a healthier, happier, and more productive place to work.

Psychologists have found that they can also reduce stress in the workplace, contributing to increased employee satisfaction and  also and increase in productivity. Office plants can also be positioned to create natural attractive  partitions and to absorb office noise and chatter and privacy.

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