Introducing our January outdoor plant collection

View outdoor plant subscriptions here Our first seasonal outdoor plant box for 2022 is full of wonderful plants suitable to this cooler season. I can't think of a better way to start the new year than to be receiving a box full of outdoor plants, hand selected with love from our Lazy Flora experts!  I feel this month can be an invigorating time for gardeners, as we prepare our outdoor spaces to welcome and nurture the new growth that we will soon see nudging its way through the soil. Until then, this cheerful collection will bring some life back into...

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How do I care for my Fishbone Prayer Plant or Ctenanthe burle-marxii?

The Fishbone Prayer Plant or Ctenanthe burle-marxii is a stunning plant to look at and will make a bold, tropical statement in your home. We just love the contrasting dark green patterns against the pale green leaves and the rich red colour of the undersides. What is particularly exciting about this plant, is the movement of its leaves in the morning and evening. This is a fun feature which never gets tiring to watch!  View indoor plant subscriptions Native HabitatThis plant is native to Brazil, South America.Light and position in the homeCtenanthe burle-marxii is low-light tolerant and will prefer a...

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How do I care for my Murdannia Ioriformis or Angel Grass?

Angel Grass is our Indoor Subscription plant of the month for October 2021. We love this striking, easy-care, little plant and hope you will too! Here are some top care tips to ensure yours thrives once it arrives in your home.View indoor plant subscriptions Native habitatMurdannia Loriformis - also known as Angel Grass - is native to the tropical and subtropical areas of Asia. Light and position in the homeAngel Grass enjoys bright but indirect light, which will give the best colouring. Try and East-facing windowsill or a few feet away from a south-facing one. Foliage and flowersThis gorgeous cultivar...

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How to care for your Ponytail Palm

Ponytail palm is one of the toughest pet-friendly plants around. Some people say it's almost like having a fake plant, it's so easy to care for.In some tropical places, these beauties can grow up to 3 metres tall. It takes about 10 years for them to reach this height (often longer). When kept as a houseplant, they fare best if you allow them to become 'pot bound'. You should allow the roots to outgrow the pot before repotting to a larger pot, and when you do that, you should try and select a pot that is only one or two...

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How to care for your Rainbow Peperomia

View our indoor subscriptions   Why we chose this plant Peperomia are incredibly easy-going, low-care house plants, which makes them great for beginners. And Rainbow is no exception! It's a relatively new variation - also known as the Tricolour - and is becoming incredibly popular among Peperomia enthusiasts! Its thick, glossy green leaves are just stunning with their rosy pink edges - it's just gorgeous and was a no brainer for the Pet-Friendly Plant of the Month for June. Native habitat Rainbow Peperomia is part of the Piperaceae family and is native to the subtropical and tropical regions of Central...

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How to care for your Silver Lace Fern

View our Silver Lace Fern   The Silver Lace Fern is our pet-friendly option for April, and it is incredibly striking. This elegant fern makes a statement in your home, with delicate feather-like fronds that can grow up to 40cm long, it is sure to catch your eye. The leaf variegation and silver details are accentuated in indirect light. This shade loving plant is ideal for the darker corners of your home that you haven't been able to fill yet. One of the best things about ferns is watching the leaf fronds emerge and unwind, get ready for an abundance...

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