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Growers, Not Showers
Go straight to the source, get your indoor plants delivered from our nursery, direct to your door!
We're an indoor plant nursery that believes the best way to create original spaces at home begins with a palette based on greenery.
Our plants are strong, hardy & street-smart. They're grown slowly in unheated, imperfect greenhouses partly exposed to the natural elements and do not require repotting.
Using our custom breathable bark-rich growing medium, natural spring water and only the generous warmth of the Northland seasons, our plants are grown for their forever home - your home.
Now create a space worth living in.
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Come and see the team from PlantHouse, the home of indoor plants at stand 344! Loads of large and small varieties for purchase plus show specials like these beautiful tranquil Peace Lilies in a lovely white ceramic pot only $20.00!! @planthousenz www.planthouse.co.nz
We will be bringing a very limited stock of the 'plant of 2020' - the Ficus Lyrata! From smaller grade 17cm pots through to larger, double-planted 25cm pots...Visit PlantHouse at stand 344 to secure yours. You can sign up for exclusive, limited plant releases and plant news @planthousenz www.planthouse.co.nz
NZ’s most expensive houseplant will be on display at PlantHouse, stand 344 Officially known as the monstera deliciosa albo variegata, it’s value and rarity hit the top of the scales for plant collectors early this year when one specimen sold on Trademe for $5000.00 This particular plant will not be for sale but has a retail value in excess of $3000.00! Very few people get to see one in real life and reactions will no doubt be mixed, but the demand and collectability of these plants makes them something truly special. The Monstera, also known affectionately as the Swiss Cheese Plant, has a reputation for being a plant that ‘every Nana had back in the day’, however this specimen is variegated with splashes of white through the foliage making it’s value and rarity hit the top of the scales for plant collectors.