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Posted: 30 March 2017
APRIL SALE AND SPECIAL DISASTER DISCOUNTS We are happy to say we have dodged a bullet and Cyclone Debbie had moved further south before making landfall. The effects were catastrophic for some communi
Posted: 30 March 2017
We've all been very busy here chowing down on tropical fruits. This season has been a bumper year locally. It means we've been able to pot up a huge range. Some things that have been out of stock like
Posted: 6 December 2016
We will be on our annual holidays from Dec 12th to Jan 1st.Orders must be paid for by 9am Friday Dec9th to go out on Monday the 12th. All orders paid for after that will go out after the NEW YEAR!!!!
Posted: 30 May 2016
We are happy to fill orders now but please make sure that you keep your plants warm for winter. In areas like Victoria, New South Wales and Sout Australia spring is the best time to order plants. Othe
Posted: 20 April 2016
Winter is right around the corner so please consider carefully your plant selection. It's pretty late in the year to be ordering heliconis and gingers unless you have a hot house to establish them. NS
Posted: 1 February 2016
Unless you are in Mackay or above it is getting late to establish heliconias and gingers before winter. We reccomend delaying heliconia and ginger purchases until spring for customers in SA, NSW, Vict
Posted: 4 December 2015
As many of you would know we take our annual holidays at Christmas time . We've looked at the dates and decided that Thursday Dec 17th will be our last shipping date for the year. Orders will need to
Posted: 21 October 2015
We’re changing our shipping days! Due to the large amounts of customers that order on weekends we will be adjusting our cut off day and shipping days. Traditionally we have had a 9 am Friday payment/
Posted: 23 January 2017
You can buy bananas online from us here
Posted: 3 December 2016
We have holiday gift certificates available to purchase now.
Dieffenbachias have been decorating homes and offices for decades. These showy houseplants are prized for their vividly variegated foliage and large bushy growth habits. Some varieties grow up to1 1/2 m tall. The large pointed leaves grow from a central stem, or cane. As the plant ages it will lose its lower leaves, giving it a palm like look.
It gets the nicknames “Dumb Cane” and “Mother in Law Plant” as a result of the effects of the milky sap it contains. If ingested it causes a burning sensation in the mouth, swells the tongue, and paralyzes the vocal cords, literally taking one’s voice away.
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