Bench Tops

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  • Agloanema Pinky                                                                           (lady valentine) Common name                                                                               Pinky, Agloan, Aggy Description A new variety that finally gives the industry a bit of colour. Most varieties of Agloan suffer from Mealy Bug but through selective breeding the newer varieties have a far greater capacity to remain Mealy Bug free. They add accent colour to multi planted mini gardens and also have great presence as a single stand-alone bench top or mass lineal plantings in Flox planters. Size Small Light requirement medium -  high
  • Bench top Trough – Partition Mounted Trough Pot Dimension 750mm long – 190mm deep – 180mm wide Description When your office is tight on space but you still want to achieve a healthy environment and soften down the hard edge of a new office refit, partition mounted troughs are a good option. In mass they also help to minimise echoing and reduce sound transfer between areas which can be essential if staff are on the phone a great deal. Access for watering and servicing is the most crucial issue and can only be achieved if the units are positioned correctly. These planters also act well as bench top displays along window sills. Size Plants to 300mm tall. Light requirement Low - medium -  high
  • Bromeliads:(Bromeliaceae Guzmania)

    Common name: Brom

    Description Bromeliads are members of a plant family known as Bromeliaceae with over 2700 described species in approximately 56 genera. The most well-known bromeliad is the pineapple. The family contains a wide range of plants including some very un-pineapple like members such as Spanish Moss (which is neither Spanish nor a moss).  In general, they are inexpensive, easy to grow, require very little care, and reward the grower with brilliant, long lasting blooms and ornamental foliage. They come in a wide range of sizes from tiny miniatures to giants. They can be grown indoors in cooler climates and can also be used outdoors in temperate areas. With few exceptions, the flower stalk is produced from the centre of the rosette. With rare exceptions, bromeliads only flower a single time. Once the plant stops producing leaves and produces its flower, it will not start making leaves again. It will, however, vegetatively produce new plantlets called "offsets" or "pups". These plants will feed of the "mother" plant until they are large enough to set roots of their own and survive as a separate plant. The mother may sometimes survive a generation or two before finally dying off. Pups are usually produced near the base of the plant - inside the sheath of a leaf. Sometimes, however, pups may be produced on long stolons or at the top of the flower spike of the mother plant. The green, leafy top of a pineapple is in fact a pup that may be removed and planted to start a new plant.

    These are a specialized option and only used as features on receptions desks and due to their cost are slightly more expensive to hire compared to the plants in the standard range.

    Size Small

    Light requirement medium -  high

  • Deremensis (dracaena deremensis)

    Common name Dero

    Description A great addition to the Dracaena family as it gives great variation with its white and grey striation down the length of its foliage which can be used to great affect if it is placed alongside deeper green leaf options especially in flox planter troughs.

    The version known as the Greenie has very dramatic lime green striations and is far more hearty that the usual variety.

    Size Small, Medium, Large

    Light requirement medium -  high

  • Extra Large Rectangular Mini Garden Pot Dimension / 320mm wide – 510mm long – 160mm deep

    Description We usually multi plant with up to six small plants, ranging from taller varieties to the rear working down in size towards the front of the planter. We have a wide range of plant varieties available but the ones we use most are Sansaveria both short and Dwarf, three forms of Peparomia, Pothos, Rhoea, Janet Craig and Happy Plants. The varieties used can be dependent on the light levels.

    Size Plants to 400mm tall.

    Light requirement Low -  medium -  high

  • Ficus Rubber (Ficus elastica)

    Common name Rubber Tree

    Description This is another form of ficus. It has large, glossy, oval shaped foliage. In the right light conditions, they grow rapidly and can bush out especially if pruned.

    Caution must be taken with this plant as the sap can be an irritant, it produces a milky white latex separate from its sap which is carried and stored in different cells. This latex was formerly used to make rubber.

    Size Medium, Large

    Light requirement high -  full sun

  • Happy Plant (dracaene fragrans 'massangeana')

    Common name Chinese lucky plant or Chinese money tree

    Description A very reliable and multi-faceted variety. As a standalone plant it has great presence with its variegated foliage, it is a real space saver as its growth habit is upright and tight, fantastic in partitioned work station areas where space is at a premium.

    On Occasion they do produce sprays of fragrant flowers, these flower stems need to be removed because as the flowers begin to go over they produce copious amounts of sticky sap.

    They are fairly disease resistant and like most Dracaenas like to be kept to the dryer side of watering.

    Size Small, Medium, Large

    Light requirement medium -  high

  • Janet Craig (dracaena Fragrans)

    Common name Janet Craig

    Description A very reliable variety that has striking, large deep green strappy foliage. In multi planted situation it has the capacity to enhance the variegation of other plants and can tolerate the full spectrum of light conditions, from low to high. A large single specimen is also very striking. Light conditions will dictate the amount of water they require but in most instances Janet Craigs prefer to have slightly dry soil

    Size Small, Medium, Large

    Light requirement low -  high

  • Medium Square Mini Garden Pot Dimension / 330mm square – 160mm deep

    Description We usually multi plant with up to six small plants, ranging from taller varieties to the rear working down in size towards the front of the planter. We have a wide range of plant varieties available but the ones we use most are Sansaveria both short and Dwarf, three forms of Peparomia, Pothos, Rhoea, Janet Craig and Happy Plants. The varieties used can be dependent on the light levels.

    Size Plants to 400mm tall.

    Light requirement Low -  medium -  high

  • Parlour Palm (chamaedora elegans)

    Common name Parlour Palm

    Description An attractive petit palm with dense foliage and a compact growth habit.

    This particular variety works well as a standalone bench top or as an option in a situation where alternate varieties are used either in a lineal planting or in a planter box.

    Size Small

    Light requirement medium -  high

  • Pothos Totem (Epipremnum aureum)

    Common name Pothos

    Description Despite becoming vhard to source they are still a very popular option as they have a nice compact growth habit with striking heart shaped foliage that has some mottled colour variation to add a bit of impact.

    This trailing version is great as a filler in mini gardens and also on tall cabinets where they can cascade down, they are also the most popular plant used in green walls. 

    Size Small

    Light requirement medium    high