Taupe handcrafted Stoneware Planter
As seen pictured, your plant will arrive packaged in a black cylindrical box with black and gold ribbon.
Pot size 12cm H x 15cm W.
We use peat moss, premium soil, charcoal and river stones. Plants are subject to change and prices may vary depending on maturity of each plant.
Order before 1pm for same day delivery within 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).
If you wish to add different plants or pots together, please contact us via email on email@example.com.
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 Raindrop Peperomia:
The Raindrop Peperomia, otherwise known as the peperomia polybotya belongs to the pepper family of plants and is a luscious, low maintenance succulent that thrives indoors. This plant enjoys a light and bright spot near a window, with filtered sunlight. It does not like direct sunlight. The raindrop peperomia likes humid conditions, but not too hot! It thrives in temps from 18 to 26 degrees C, and loves a spray of water around it’s leaves every now and then especially in the dryer months of the year. While this guy loves a regular watering, ensure the soil has dried for at least a day between watering, not just the top soil! A generous watering once a week should do the trick, make sure you don’t flood the roots, no one likes wet feet! Fertalize the plant often in summer, but leave in winter.
The Black Velvet:
The Black Velvet plant, otherwise known as the Alocasia Reginula, is native to the island of Borneo. The large almost black leaves contrast against the silver veins which makes these plants an exotic feature in your space. The black velvet loves well draining soil which is allowed to dry between watering. This plant is prone to root rot, so not too much moisture is ideal. While it tolerates low light, it thrives best in bright but indirect sunlight.