Fits pots 18-22cm
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We reckon Cassie the Zamioculcas can't work out whether she's a fern, a succulent or, the world's oldest plant, a cycad. But, thankfully, she's taken the best from each and created an excellent candidate for an indoor house plant. Also called the ‘Zanzibar gem’ or ‘ZZ plant’, her dark green colouring, distinctive shape and tolerance for shade make her a winner.
Sharon the Chamaedorea earned fancy nickname — the ‘parlour palm’ — when she came into fashion in the Victorian times. Originally from Mexico, her beautiful arched palm fronds will give your space that sought-after tropical vibe — just don’t put her in direct sunlight, as too much UV will scorch her leaves.
We love Juliette the Calathea (a.k.a. the ‘prayer plant’) for her amazing patterned foliage which — surprise! — is soft to the touch. Put her in a spot with indirect sunlight and watch as she unfurls her leaves in the morning to catch some rays, before curling them up at night to go to sleep.