The Woohoo is a beautiful fun and cheeky planter, handmade by master ceramicist, Mark Gambino. Woohoo is deep blue/green on top with a bare bum!
The Woohoo has no drainage hole so you can be sure that your furniture will stay safe.
Add a Mistletoe Fig
This is a compact little fig from South East Asia which has spoon shaped, leathery green leaves. In the wild they grow as an understory plant in the lowland and mountains, at elevations up to 3200m. As such they are quite tolerant of cold temperatures.
They usually grow as an epiphyte (on trees) but sometimes are also found on sandy shores and rocky mountain tops. They produce handsome little green fruits in pairs through summer and autumn.
A seriously easy plant to grow anywhere in the home!
Add a Ponytail Palm
An unusual looking member of the Asparagaceae family. Yep you guessed it, it's a relative of Asparagus! These guys are way more appealing without burnt butter though!
Ponytail Palms are native to eastern Mexico. They are popular because of their mess of droopy leaves that somewhat resemble a pony tail, hence their common name. They also produce a large water storage bulb, also known as a caudex, at the base of their trunk making them super tough!
Great for anywhere that gets bright light, even full sun, like that window sill that keeps cooking your Philodendrons!
Add a Watermelon Peperomia
A South American native, it's fairly obvious how this outstanding plant got the name Watermelon Peperomia! Even the leaf stems are watermelon red to match the watermelon rind pattern of the leaves themselves!
Their compact habit and striking foliage make them an excellent desk plant for any office with a bit of natural light. As they can use artificial light more than most plants they're also great for those places that get a bit less light like a bathroom.