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If you see me flowering you will be really impressed, I produce lots of off-white fragrant blooms that resemble Orchids flowers.
Also my reliable bloom if pollinated will produce a small edible fruit like the Pitaya. (Dragonfruit) and I am by far the most rewarding maintenance free house plant.
Please, don't let me dry out, I like my soil moist in spring & summer and I can do with a little bit less water in autumn & winter.
The Orchid Cactus is native to Central America and prefers bright & indirect light.
This is a fascinating houseplant with unusual upper leaves resembling stag's horns, hence the name.
Platyceriums have a slightly waxy texture which you must not remove (it’s a protective coating) and at the base of the plant you will find flat round basal fronds, or shield fronds, which go brown with age - this is an integral part of the plant so don’t remove or damage these.
The lower drooping fronds often have an unusual disk that catches insects for nutrients.
A wonderful bizarre cactus with thin, spiky, pencil-like trailing stems, and once per year should produce small yellow-white flowers and white globular fruit.
This unique cactus is very much on trend.
Though you won't find cactus spikes along its fronds, if you squint you can see tiny bumps.
This Eternity Plant is an extremely popular and trendy house plant.
It is extremely tough and so perfect for forgetful houseplant owners.
The Zamioculcas Zamiifolia can grow in pretty much any condition bar direct sunlight, so hugely versatile for any room.
It likes both frequent and infrequent watering - it just depends on how much light it's getting. Less light = less water; More light = more water. Easy.