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Our wide range of floorstanding plants is perfectly suited to a range of solutions.
Ficus lyrata, commonly known as the fiddle-leaf fig, is a species of fig tree, native to western Africa, from Cameroon west to Sierra Leone. It grows in lowland tropical rainforest. It has leathery, glossy fiddle-shaped leaves with wavy margins and hairy undersides.
Strelitzia Nicolai originates from the coastal forests of South Africa. These species grow much taller than the well known orange flowered variety and add a beautiful forest feel to a space. They are flowering species, but only when grown outdoors.
Strelitzias are very tolerant of a wide range of environmental conditions. They are also suitable for areas that cool down over night.
Schefflera’s grow around the Pacific rim from America to Australia. They have large leathery leaves attached to a treelike stem.
Chamaedorea is a genus of 107 species of palms, native to subtropical and tropical regions of the Americas. They are small palms with slender, cane-like stems, growing in the understory of the rainforests.
Philodendron Congo is native to South America, it is very durable plant that has large, thick, glossy leaves that grow in an upright position. Congo Rojo refers to the shiny new leaves that are beautiful shiny red, before maturing into a deep burgundy.
Aspidistra Elatior is a species of plant native to Japan and Taiwan. It is known for its high tolerance of neglect hence the name ‘Cast Iron Plant’.
Dracaena Marginata is an extremely popular indoor plant, particularly sought after for their sculptural look. This species of Dracaena is from Madagascar.
Dypsis lutescens is native to Madagascar. It is prized for bright green/golden stems and dense foliage.
Dracaena fragrans Golden Heart is a flowering plant species, native throughout tropical Africa.
Dracaena fragrans ‘Massangeana’ is a flowering plant species native throughout tropical Africa. It is also known as Happy Plant due to an abundance of rich foliage.
Dracaena is a genus of forty species of subtropical, evergreen woody plants grown for their statuesque form and ornamental foliage. Despite being quite ‘tree like’ or ‘shrub like’, these plants are part of the Lily family.
Howea forsteriana is native to Lord Howe Island off eastern Australia. This palm is an elegant plant, extremely popular for growing indoors.
Rhapis excelsa is a species of fan palm from the family Arecaceae. Rhapis are native to southern China and Taiwan.
Ficus binnendijkii, commonly known as the long leaf fig, is a native of the tropical rain forest of Java, the Philippines and other parts of South-East Asia.
Spathiphyllum is one of 36 species in a genus of tropical evergreens. It was discovered in the late 19th century growing wild in Central America. Spathiphyllum are prized for their large white flowers that appear sporadically throughout the year.
Spathiphyllum wallisii is one of thirty six species in a genus of tropical evergreens. It was discovered in the late 19th century growing wild in Central America. Spathiphyllum are prized for their large white flowers that appear sporadically throughout the year.
Dracaena deremensis ‘Warneckii’ are hybrids of Dracaena deremensis. The close relation means that the care is quite similar.
Yucca elephantipes is the tallest of the Yucca species. It is native to Mexico, Belize, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Honduras.
Philodendron Xanadu are evergreen low shrubs. They are native to Brazil but widely cultivated as a landscape plant in tropical, subtropical and warm climates.
Zamioculcus is a tropical perennial plant native to eastern Africa. Zamioculcus derives its name from the cycad genus Zamia due to its similar looking foliage.
We design, install and maintain indoor plant displays so that they always remain beautiful and healthy.
At Ambius, we believe all workspaces, small and large, can reap the benefits of indoor plants. Even desks can benefit from the addition of small indoor plants. Our Ambius consultants’ creativity is not limited to space.