Byron Planter (Delivery within 20km of Melbourne CBD)

Sale price Price $129.95 Regular price Unit price  per 

This pot reminds me of the warm, fresh coastal living in Byron Bay. This beautiful textured, sturdy pot comes with various indoor plant options. 

Pot size 14cm H x 14cm W.

As seen pictured, your plant will arrive carefully presented in our signature black cylindrical box with black and gold ribbon. Includes complimentary message card and care instructions.

We use peat moss, premium soil with charcoal and river stones for drainage. 

Plants are subject to change and prices may vary depending on maturity of each plant. 

Order before 1pm COB for same day delivery within 20km of Melbourne CBD, 2-4 days within Melbourne surrounds and Interstate  (Delivery may vary on Mother's Day and other special occasions- see delivery page for details).

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Order before 1pm COB for same day delivery within a 20km of Melbourne CBD, 2-4 days within Melbourne surrounds and interstate. No weekend delivery (Delivery may vary on Mothers Day and other special occasions). For more information please see our Shipping and Delivery page

The Parlour Palm:
Native to the rainforest of Southern Mexico and Guatemala, the Parlour Palm (Chamaedorea Elegans) is the most sought-after indoor palm around today. Water your Parlour Palm sparingly – underwatering is better than over watering. Allow the soil to dry out between watering and even less in winter.

The Rhipsalis Micrantha:
The stunning Rhipsalis Micrantha comes from the cactus family so it's perfect for a new plant parent, very easy to care for and best of all it will even produce you flowers with a little love and care. Requires low watering and indirect sunlight.

The Ivy Plant:
The Ivy vine makes a beautiful indoor houseplant, it can grow long and luxuriously with the right care. Place your Ivy plant in a bright yet filtered light location. Ivies prefer to be kept slightly on the dryer side so ensure soil is dry below the surface between watering. Ivy grows fairly vigorously in the spring, summer and autumn months. The plant is dormant in the winter months, so avoid fertilising during the colder periods of the year. To avoid dust accumulation and pests, periodically place your ivy plant in the shower and allow water to wash over the leaves for a few minutes. Stand to dry before placing back in pot saucer.