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Ficus benjamina
Ficus benjamina

Ficus benjamina

Gracious well-structured tree with small dark green leaves.

Ficus benjamina “Vivian”

Hybrid of the original Ficus benjamina with a variegated darker tone of green leaves.

Ficus lyrata (Fiddle-Leaf Fig)
Ficus lyrata (Fiddle-Leaf Fig)

Ficus lyrata (Fiddle-Leaf Fig)

Hardy evergreen tree producing broad leaves with a broad apex and narrow middle, resembling a lyre or fiddle; they are up to 45 cm long and 30 cm broad with a leathery texture, prominent veins and a wavy margin.

Howeia fosteriana (Kentia Palm)

Elegant, sturdy palm with gracious spreading dark green fronds.

Monstera deliciousa
Monstera deliciousa

Monstera deliciousa (Delicious Monster)

A popular house plant recognizable by its large, leathery, glossy, heart shaped leaves.

Philodendron scandens (Heart Leaf Philodendron)

A fast growing climber with heart shaped dark glossy green leaves.

Sansevieria cylindrical (Elephant Toothpick)

Arching, rigid, cylindrical leaves up to 3m long makes this a weird but striking plant.

Sansevieria trifasciata (Mother in Law Tongue)
Sansevieria trifasciata (Mother in Law Tongue)

Sansevieria trifasciata (Mother in Law Tongue)

Has leathery tongue-shaped leaves, sharply tipped and sturdy flowering stalks which carry masses of tiny lightly-scented whitish flowers.

Spathiphyllum “Sensation” (Peace Lily)

Popular for its large dark green leaves with an attractive ribbed texture. Popular both in and out of bloom.

Strelitzia reginae (Bird of Paradise)

A dark greyish-green, large leaved, evergreen shrub, Orange flowers are borne in winter and is the floral emblem of KwaZulu-Natal.

Trichilia dregeana (Natal Mahogany)
Trichilia dregeana (Natal Mahogany)

Trichilia dregeana (Natal Mahogany)

Attractive dark green compound leaves. Supplied as a bush of saplings. One a few indigenous plants that thrive indoors.

Yucca elephantipes
Yucca elephantipes

Yucca elephantipes

Thick single / multi-trunked stem with strap like spineless leaves.

Zamioculcas zamiifolia
Zamioculcas zamiifolia

Zamioculcas zamiifolia

This plant is characterised by stems radiating shiny, dark green foliage similar in shape to that of the cycad genus Zamia; hence its name.

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