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  • Ficus Benjamina Braided Stem

    £180.00£202.00
    Pictured in a Quadro planter Planted in a 35cm Lechuza planter complete with self watering system.
  • This cane plant has a dark green leaf with thin white stripes. It is easy to maintain and can grow to about 2.4m.Commonly known as striped dracaena. Planted in a 35cm Lechuza planter complete with self watering system.
  • This plant from the Dracaena family is known in Malaysia as the Japanese bamboo. The Surculosa has green leaves with yellow spots in summer. A 80cm Dracaena Surculosa planted in a 30 x 56cm CUBICO planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.2-1.4m.
  • This plant has wonderful contrasting leaf colour, it looks great against a dark wall showing of its vibrant lemon and lime leaves. A 1.2cm branched dracaena lemon and lime planted in a 30 x 56cm  CUBICO planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.2-1.4m.
  • This plant has wonderful contrasting leaf colour, it looks great against a dark wall and being an Aglo' it can cope with low light. A 80cm Aglanema silver queen planted in a 30 x 56cm CUBICO planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.2-1.3m.
  • Cream sail like lily flowers with dark green glossy leaves. A 1m Spathiphyllum (peace lily) planted in a 30 x 56cm CUBICO planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.2-1.3m.
  • This Anthurium has a waxy red flower and deep glossy green leaves. Flowers will keep coming if the plant is fed and kept in good light. Also known as the Flamingo  Flower and Painted Tongue. A 70cm Anthurium red champion planted in a 30 x 56cm CUBICO or RONDO planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.2-1.3m.
  • This plant makes a real feature, bushy and dark green, it can grow to a gigantic 8m given enough light (and a hign enough ceiling). Easy to care for. A 0.8m Ficus Lyrata planted in a 30 x 56cm CUBICO planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is approximately 1.4m.
  • This cane plant has very attractive yellow edges to its leaves and a light brown cane. It is easy to maintain and can grow to about 2.1m. A 1.2m Dracaena gold Coast  planted in a 30 x 56cm CUBICO planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.2-1.4m.
  • Woven stem weeping fig

    This is the traditional weeping fig but grown with an exotic braided stem. A 1.2m Ficus Benjamina braided stem planted in a 30 x 56cm CUBICO planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.4m.
  • Probably the most spectacular ficus on the market, it looks like a very high quality bonsai tree with gnarled roots and glossy green leaves. Also known as the Chinese banyan tree or curtain fig. A 70cm Ficus Ginseng planted in a 30 x 56cm CUBICO planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.2m
  • This cane plant features long green leaves. It is easy to maintain and can grow to about 2.1m. A 1.2m Dracaena Rikki planted in a 30 x 56cm CUBICO planter complete with self watering system. Overall height including plant and planter is 1.4m.
  • 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.
  • Rhapis Palm (Lady Palm)

    £110.00£130.00

    Raphis Palm/Lady Palm

    This bamboo-like plant known as the 'Lady Palm' is quite easy to maintain and won't lose its leaves. The palm has strong multiple cane-like stems with dense green foliage.
  • Cycas Revoluta (Sago Palm)

    £190.00£360.00

    Sago Palm

    Cycas Revoluta, also known as the Sago Palm is native to southern Japan and is a very tough hardy palm.This fascinating palm has a woody stem known as a caudex and has a almost pineapple -like texture and appearance.All in all a fantastic feature plant for the home or office.
  • Fish Tail Palm

    The beautiful  Caryota Mitis also known as the  Fish Tail Palm due to its unusual shaped leaves.This palm can cope with full sun so would be an ideal addition to a conservatory or atrium type environment.
  • Areca Palm

    The delightful Areca Palm is a bushy and attractive palm, but needs constant attention to keep it looking good. In lower light conditions it tends to spread and is less upright. Also known as the butterfly palm, this plant has gorgeous golden canes and vibrant feathered fronds that are very impressive against a white wall. The Areca is a bushy palm and will thrive in a well lit area.
  • Everybody likes a rubber plant but these are real specimens. The rubber plant (Ficus Elastica) is a popular ornamental plant from the Ficus genus. Also, the Ficus Elastica has a woody stem with thick oval shape dark green glossy leaves and will survive well in a nice brightly lit spot. The Elastica is a great air cleaning plant so an office or home would benefit greatly from this stunning specimen.
  • Fiddle Leaf Plant

    Here it is, the star of the show and the most popular plant we sell. The one and only Ficus Lyrata are also known as the Fiddle Leaf Fig due to their violin-shaped leaves. The Ficus Lyrata is a real feature plant with its large dark green shiny leaves. This specimen will need good light to achieve its full growth potential.
  • This is the Ficus Alii originating from Asia with its long, narrow, glossy leaves that taper to a point. The Alii will look great in all home and office environments. This specimen will require good light to achieve the best results. Height: 1.5m

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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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