Specimen-sized plants
100cm – 300cm

Smaller plants
20cm – 60cm

Indoor Office Plants

In this section we have set out a selection of the plants used in our interior projects.
The species shown are chosen for their architectural interest, durability in specific situations, leaf texture, colour and ability to absorb toxins from the air.

However we can source any plant, specifically required, from our extensive network of suppliers and growers.

The selection of plants is set out in two sections showing specimen sized plants from 100-300cm followed by smaller plants 20-60cm.

Specimen sized plants 100cm- 300cm


Dracaena Lemon and Lime carousel in Cubico 40 anthracite

Dracaena Cintho branched in Cubico 40 anthracite

Dracaena Golden Coast carousel in Cubico 40 anthracite

Dracaena Steudneri in Polystone rock couple
Dracaena Janet Craig in Rondo 40 Taupe
Dracaena Marginata branched in Cubico 40 black
Dracaena Warneckii branched
Dracaena Warneckii branched in Rondo 40 black
Dracaena Warneckii trio
Dracaena Reflexa branched
Beautiful multi-stemmed variety native to Madagascar and Mauritius. It has an interesting irregular stem growth habit. Low to medium light and low maintenance.
Dracaena Lemon and Lime branched
An outstanding variety with neon yellow and green striped leaves. Medium light and low maintenance.
Dracaena Deremensis branched
Cultivar with lance shaped leaves with sharp striping of cream and greyish green. low to medium light and low maintenance.
Dracaena Reflexa Anita branched
Commonly known as The Anita Cane. This air purifier is native to India and Madagascar. Medium light and low maintenance.
Dracaena Song of India branched
Striking variegated form of Dracaena Reflexa. Medium to good light and low maintenance.
Dracaena Dorado multi-stem
Beautiful broad leaved variety edged in chartreuse. An air purifier requiring low to medium light and low maintenance.
Dracaena Fragrans Steudneri
Commonly known as the large leaved Dragon Tree or Corn Plants. Tolerant of low light levels. Requires low maintenance.
Dracaena Yellow Coast carousel
Commonly known as the Cornstalk Dracaena with beautiful variegated foliage. Indirect light and low maintenance.
Dracaena Cintho multi-stem
Beautiful striped leaves. Requires medium to bright indirect light and low maintenance.
Dracaena Marginata branched
Commonly known as the Madasgascar Dragon Tree. Identified by it’s long thin legant leaves. Needs good natural light and low maintenance.
Dracaena Janet Craig multi-stem
An old favourite that was named after the daughter of it’s producer. low to medium light and low maintenance.
Dracaena Reflexa Song of Jamaica
Beautifully striking multi-stemmed variety. Medium to good light with low maintenance. Native to Madagascar and Mauritius.
Dracaena Marginata Bicolor trio
Variegated form of the Madagascar Dragon Tree. Medium to good light with low maintenance.
Dracaena Janet Lind multi-stem
Tall growing variety known for it’s air purification ability. low to medium light and low maintenance.


Kentia in Cubico 40 white
Kentia in Cubico 40 anthracite
Howea Forsteriana or Kentia Plam is deservedly a top choice for interior landscaping. This slow growing palm is native to the Lord Howe island in Australia and is perfect for container growing. It requires medium light and no direct sunlight. Low to medium maintenance.
Kentia in black marble urn
Kentia in bronze/gold ceramic urn

Climbing vines or trailing plants

Philodendron Scandens in Polystone coppa
Philodendron Scandens

Commonly known as Sweetheart Vine or Heart Leaf Plant. A strong growing climbing vine or trailing plant. Excellent air purifier and perfect for low light levels. Often used for interior screening. Low maintenance.

Trailing Philodendron Scandens
Philodendron Scandens in Black Cararo troughs
Philodendron Xanadu
Philodendron Xanadu is a Brazilian native with shiny green leaves. Mainly grown as a bush or tall ground cover in planting schemes. This air purifier requires medium light and low maintenance.
Epipremnum Trebie
Epipremnum Pictus Trebie is native to South East Asia and is commonly known as Satin Pothos. It is also referred to as Scindapsus Trebie. This medium growing climber or trailing plant has distinctive heart-shaped satin leaves with silver blotches. It requires medium light and low maintenance. Grown as a climber on a moss-pole it is a good choice where space is limited.
Trailing Epipremnum Trebie
Scindapsus Aureus in Cubico 40 anthracite
Scindapsus Aureus
Scindapsus Aureus Trailing
Scindapsus Aureus is a deservedly popular indoor climbing or trailing plant. It is also known as Epipremnum Aureum and commonly known as Devil’s Ivy. It is native to French Polynesia but has naturalised in many of the tropical regions where it has become invasive and thereby earns it’s common name. It is an undemanding interior plant suiting low to medium light and requiring low maintenance.


Monstera Deliciosa in GRP trough
Monstera Deliciosa
Monstera Obliqua
Monstera Deliciosa popularly known as Swiss Cheese Plant is native to Central America and Mexico. It is grown mainly as a climbing plant. Best in medium to bright light and low maintenance.

Small Trees

Areca Palm (Chrysalidocarpus Lutescens)

Areca Palm
The Areca Palm is native to Madagascar and is commonly known as the Yellow Palm or Butterfly Palm. It is also identified as Chrysalidocarpus Lutescens or Dypsis Lutescens. This air purifier has narrow leaved full fronds with golden stems as they mature. Medium light and regular watering as necessary.
Phoenix Roebelenii
Beautiful dwarf palm with a slender trunk and delicate arching fronds commonly known as Dwarf Date Palm and native to Indo-China. Bright light and low maintenance.
Rhapsis Excelsa
Rhapsis Excelsa is a slow growing clump forming bamboo-like small palm native to Southern China. This air purifier requires medium to bright light and moist soils.
Strelitzia Nicolai
Strelitzia Nicolai commonly known as the White Bird Of Paradise plant has large strikingly architectural paddle-shaped leaves and strong upright stems. It is native to Southern Africa and requires bright to direct light and moist soils.
Strelitzia Reginae
Strelitzia Reginae commonly known as the Bird of Paradise plant is native to Southern Africa and is grown for it’s striking flowers and architectural leaves. Bright to direct but move to bright when in flower. Moist soils.
Yucca Elephantipes
Yucca Elephantipes commonly known as Spineless Yucca , has bold striking spear-like leaves and aged trunks that make this plant an architectural masterpiece. Bright to direct light and low maintenance.
Polyscias Fabian ( Aralia)
Polyscias Fabian also known as Plum Aralia is a delightful small tree with small dark leaves with a brown underside and strong stems. Medium light and warm. Low maintenance.
Pachira Aquatica
Pachira Aquatica is a fast growing tropical wetland tree native to South America. It is commonly known as The Money Tree. Bright indirect light and moist soil.
Schefflera Arboricola on a stem
Schefflera Arboricola
Schefflera Arboricola commonly known as The Dwarf Umbrella Tree is native to Taiwan and China. It has glossy green leaves on erect stems and enjoys bright but not direct light. Keep evenly moist and prune regularly.
Schefflera Actinophylla
Schefflera Actinophylla is a large evergreen plant native to Australia and is commonly known as Australian Umbrella Tree. Large leathery palmate leaves grow on erect stems. Bright light and low maintenance.
Schefflera Gold Capella branched
Schefflera Gold Capella is a variegated
form of Schefflera Arboricola above.
Bright light and moist soils.
Ficus Benjamiana
Ficus Benjamina commonly known as Weeping Fig is a very popular interior plant. This native of Asia requires bright light and warm positions. Regular watering and feeding required during growing season.
Ficus Alii
Ficus Alii is native to India and Southeast Asia and is commonly known as Narrow leaf Fig or Banana Fig Leaf Tree. This air purifier has attractive narrow leaves and a pleasing growth habit. Bright light and moist soils.
Ficus Amstel King column
Ficus Amstel King is a fast growing robust plant with lush leathery leaves. This air purifier is native to south east Asia. Bright light, moist soils and low maintenance.
Ficus Elastica Robusta multi-stem
Ficus Elastica Robusta is native to India and South East Asia and is the ultimate retro houseplant. This top air purifier has large shiny leaves and requires bright light , moderate watering and low maintenance.
Ficus Benjamina in Lava urns ( African contract)
Ficus Benjamina trellis stem in Delta 40 red
Nolina Recurvata in black marble urn
Nolina Recurvata
Nolina Recurvata ( Beaucarnea Recurvata) is an exotic looking plant with an enlarged thick stem and tufts of narrow green leaves and is native to Mexico. It’s common name is Elephant’s Foot or Ponytail Palm. Mature branched specimens are architecturally appealing. Bright light and careful watering of large specimens.
Nolina Recurvata
Nolina Recurvata

Sansevieria Laurentii

Sansevieria Laurentii in Rondo 40 anthracite
Sansevieria Zeylanica in Polystone Wave Sand
Sansevieria Trifasciata Laurentii is a west African native which has tall architectural leaves and is commonly known as the Snake Plant. This top air purifying plant has green leaves with yellow margins. Sansevieria Zeylanica has dark green leaves with bands of lighter shading. Bright light and moderate watering. Low maintenance.
Sansevieria Laurentii in black GRP spheres
Sansevieria Laurentii in white Cararo
Sansevieria Laurentii in Cubico 40 anthracite

Smaller plants (species for underplanting) 20cm – 60cm

Anthuriums, Aglaonemas & Aspleniums

Anthurium red ( also pink and white)
Anthuriums are South American natives which can be long-flowering if given the right situation. The flowers( bracts or modified leaves) are produced in abundance if given the required light. Commonly referred to as The Flamingo Flower. Bright light and regular watering.
Aglaonema Cutlass
Aglaonema Maria
Aglaonema Silver Bay
Aglaonema Crete
Aglaonema Key Lime
The Aglaonema group is one of our favourite species. They are native to Asia and are members of the Arum family. Beautifully variegated and vibrant leaves and tolerance to low light levels (including LED and fluorescent light) are a couple of the reasons they are chosen for interior projects. This air purifier prefers low-medium light and careful watering.
Asplenium Antiquum
Asplenium Nidus
Aspleniums are commonly known as Bird’s Nest Ferns or Spleenwort. They are native to Eastern Asia. They require moderate to medium light and moist soils. Attractive rosettes of glossy leaves are produced.

Aspidistra Elatior, Calathea Triostar & Zamioculcas Zamifolia

Aspidistra Elatior
Aspidistra Elatior also known as The Cast Iron Plant Has dark green upright leaves on thin stems giving it a rather cool look! Endurance is it’s main attribute- just ask the Victorians! Low to medium light and low maintenance.
Calathea Triostar( Stromanthe)
Calathea Triostar is native to Brazil. It is a member of the Prayer Plant family and has strikingly colourful leaves. Best in good light with moderate watering.
Zamioculcas Zamifolia
Zamioculcas Zamifolia is also known as the ZZ plant and is a native of Africa. This air purifier has dark green glossy leaves on long fleshy stems. Its unique look helps it to stand out as a plant curiosity! Low to medium light and careful watering.


Sansevieria Zeylanica
Sansevieria Cylindica
Sansevierias are also a favourite of ours. Tough plants with beautifully patterned leaves and a striking architectural look. They are supreme air purifying plants which every office should have! Moderate to bright light and low maintenance.
Sansevieria Laurentii
Sansevieria Spikes


Spathiphyllum Sweet Rocco
Spathiphyllum Sweet Lauretta
Spathiphyllums also known as Peace Lilies are available in varieties fro 30cm- 100cm. These are also superb air purifying plants. Large glossy green leaves are complimented by a succession of white flowers. Medium light with regular watering.

Scindapsus / Epipremnum

Scindapsus Aureum trailing/Groundcover

Scindapsus Golden Pothos
Epipremnum Trebie trailing/groundcover
Scindapsus / Epipremnum Thes trailing and ground cover plants are available in various sizes. All are strong growers and require medium light and moderate watering. A favourite in raised containers due to low maintenance requirements.


Guzmania Calypso
Guzmanias are flowering members of the Bromeliad family and are native to Southern USA and Mexico. These plants are mainly used for short term splashes of colour in commercial displays.


Nolina Recurvata for ground cover
Rhipsalis Cassutha
Crassula Argentea

A wide choice of succulent plants are available for projects that have high levels of direct sunlight.