Big Ken (the Kentia Palm) is a tough lad who won't be phased by difficult growing conditions. He quite enjoys a bit of shade and because he has long leaves that grow from a narrow base, he's great for filling a corner without taking up much floor-space. Place him in front of a blank wall, and his arching fronds will cast beautiful shadows.
Susie the snake plant has an impressive list of nicknames, including "Viper's Bowstring hemp", "Saint George's Sword" and "Mother-in-law's tongue". This hardy house plant is a great option for new plant parents, as she doesn’t need much watering and will tolerate neglect easily. She also has a magic power: she releases oxygen at night, which is said to help you drift off to sleep.
Rapunzel, our devil’s ivy, is the most versatile of our low-maintenance house plants. Her heart-shaped locks can hang beautifully off a bookshelf, or act as a privacy screen in a window. As well as greening up any nook, Rapunzel will get to work cleansing your air of unwelcome pollutants. She's a superstar!
If you're nervous about the responsibilities of plant parenting, then we recommend adopting a succulent as a starter plant. These guys are fiercely independent and mostly self-sufficient, making them ideal for the forgetful gardener. Our succulent collection comes in a variety of colours, shapes and textures, so you’re sure to find one to suit your space.