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Breathe life into your living space

Known for their many health and wellbeing benefits, indoor plants can instantly make a space feel more stylish and reconnect our homes with nature, creating a lush green oasis in our busy modern lives.

Fiddle Leaf Fig Ficus Lyrata

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

Native to western Africa, growing in the rainforests of Cameroon to Western Sierra Leone, the Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus Lyrata) has gone global and become one of the hottest houseplants around. Their large architectural leaves look stunning, and the plant itself is easy to care for.

For best results, grow in bright indirect light, water when the top inch of soil is dry (check by sticking your finger in to the soil), and fertilise once in spring and again in autumn with Kings Complete Houseplant Food.

Zamioculcas Zanzibar - ZZ Plant

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

This jurassic, prehistoric-looking plant thrives on neglect, and is known to be a great beginners house plant. More likely to be killed from being cared for, it'll cope with a wide range of conditions indoors. This plant needs little water and can tolerate darker areas indoors where other indoor plants may be unhappy. Great for offices or dark bedrooms.

Orchids

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

There are several orchids that can be grown to great effect indoors, but if you are just starting out you can't go wrong with moth orchids (Phalaenopsis). Easy to care for, under the right conditions their flowers can last to more than 6 months. Happy in indirect sunlight and minimal watering needed.

Bridal Veil and Zebra Plant

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

Both of these delightful plants are a type of Tradescantia. Though related to the weed often known by the dubious name of wandering jew or wandering willy, these two varieties aren't invasive even if they were to somehow get outside.

Stylish and easy care, they both do best in bright indirect light and moderate watering.

Maidenhair Fern

Instore Only

A little bit harder to care for than most of the other plants mentioned here. However, they are well worth the extra effort (which basically involves ensuring that the soil stays moist and doesn't dry out) with their soft and attractive light green leaves. Maidenhair ferns also do especially well in well-lit bathrooms where humidity is high.

Terrariums

Instore Only

Create your own mini ecosystem. Choose from a dry terratium with succulents and baby cacti, or wet terrariums with an array of baby houseplants. Most stores have a wide range of glassware for you to make your own or some stylish examples that come ready made.

Monstera

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

With iconic split leaves the Monstera Deliciosa is a must for any indoor setting. Can live for many years, this plant is native to the tropics and prefers high humidity and filtered, indirect lighting. These houseplants have been incredibly popular in recent years and can be hard to get, so get in quick!

Dracaena

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

Easy to grow, slow growing houseplants that look great while helping filter toxins from the air.

Grows best in light shade, though they can deal with a bit of direct sunlight. Fairly low watering needs. Don't allow the soil to completely dry out. Will require more water in summer than in winter.

Feed every 3-4 weeks with Kings Fast Food Liquid Fertiliser to keep them happy and well fed.

Snake Plant (Sansevieria)

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

Also known as Snake plant or, the somewhat old fashioned name, Mother in Law's Tongue. This succulent is easy to grow, requires little water, can be grown in a wide range of conditions, and generally looks amazing. For best results place in bright indirect light (though they will tolerate some sun) and allow to dry out between watering.

Kentia Palm Howea Fosteriani

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

These graceful, slow-growing palms have been a popular houseplant since the Victorian era. The plant itself is native to a small island part way between Australia and New Zealand. Perfect as a house plant, they are resilient, attractive, easy care and have a long life span. Perfect for any brightly-lit indoor space with a need for a dash of the tropics.

Senecio String of Pearls

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

A showy, elegant, creeping succulent. Easy to care for, these plants are so popular that a scramble often takes place when people realise that they are available. Given that it's a succulent, make sure not to overwater this funky, fancy houseplant through too much care and attention. Once established they look stunning, especially when they grow enough to drape right around their pots. Happy in well-lit to sunny areas.

Peace Lilly

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

Beautiful, green foliage on elegant stalks, the Peace Lily is a popular choice when looking to buy a houseplant that also helps clear the air of toxins. Easy care and gorgeous white flowers makes these one of our customer favourites.

Lucky Bamboo

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

Very easy care, lucky bamboo just sits in its pot, immersed in filtered water, and provided they are in a bright spot with indirect light, they will look great for long periods of time with minimal intervention. Fantastic as a gift for a collegue or loved one.

Chain of Hearts

Instore only

Also known as 'Rosary Vine', this creeping succulent needs little water and produces vines of sweet, grey-speckled, heart-shaped leaves. No wonder they are so popular! Chain of Hearts love warm, dry, brightly-lit rooms.

Kokedama

Instore only

Stylish and easy to look after, a wide range of plants can be grown in a Kokedama. Kits or ready made balls are available instore.

Calathea

Available instore & online. (Limited availability online)

Most calathea are incredibly attractive foliage plants, though the foliage of different species varies dramatically, from the narrow furry leaves of Calathea Rufibarba to the wide, glossy light green leaves of Calathea Orbifolia. A few species like Calathea Gekko also have incredibly attractive flowers.

Grows well in low light areas. Though can also be grown in brighter areas as long as they're not in direct sunlight.

Fairly low watering needs. Don't allow the soil to completely dry out. Will require more water in summer than in winter.

Feed every 3-4 weeks with Kings Fast Food Liquid Fertiliser to keep them happy and well fed.



Stock is limited and it’s first come first served. Some plants may be ordered in, please contact your local Kings branch for more detail.