Plant care and advice
Hardy palms are invaluable as structural plants in tropical-style gardens and look effective when planted with bananas, bamboos and New Zealand flax.
If you want to know more, we’ve selected the top questions our customers are asking about hardy palms.
Among the oldest cultivated trees in the world, the olive tree is a great addition to any garden. Growing well both in pots and in the ground, even in poor or stony soil.
Find out more about this common pest.
While olive trees are revered for their symbolism, historical significance, and culinary value, they are not suitable for long-term indoor cultivation.
If you want to know more, we’ve selected the top questions our customers are asking about olive trees.
Bamboo is a wonderful, fast growing grass that will create an instant backdrop in your garden, a privacy screen or a hedge.
Everything you need to know before choosing this popular screening plant.
If you want to know more, we’ve selected the top questions our customers are asking about bamboo.
Cycad plants are hardy, evergreen gymnosperms (cone-bearing plants) that grow in sand or hard, rocky soil.
Hardy banana plants
Hardy bananas are usually cultivated for their impressive size and fast growing habit. They manage in a single season to go from a bare stalk to a lush clump of massive leaves.
Indoor banana plants
The species of bananas that are suited for indoor use are dwarf varieties of the tropical species that actually make your everyday bananas.
Bird of paradise plants
The Bird of Paradise always makes a statement and the ultimate magnificence of a mature plant will command attention above everything around it.
Houseplant Care & Advice
Here are some useful guides for your houseplants
Calathea plants are part of a family called Marantaceae which contains about 50 species, and dozens of cultivars.
Ever wondered why some houseplants appear to drip water from their leaves?
Discover more about this horticultural practice.
All you need to know about Spathiphyllum.