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Also known as the Table Palm or Fan Palm. Livistona rotundifolia is a very attractive and elegant palm with large, shiny, fan shaped leaves and thorny stems. The Footstool Palm adapts to indoor living extremely well, being undemanding and tolerating some degree of neglect. It is smaller than most other palms, but can still grow up to 2m indoors and will certainly add a tropical, green element to your living space

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Clivia nobilis was the first species of Clivia to be described in 1828. It was a popular plant in England until the more spectacular Clivia miniata appeared on the scene some 30 years later.

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The Venus Flytrap - a small perennial herb, is one of the most widely recognized carnivorous plant species on Earth.

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Butterworts are the carnivorous plant equivalent of flypaper. Commonly referred to as “pings” from their scientific name Pinguicula, this name means “little greasy one” in Latin. It is derived from their broad green leaves that are covered with tiny glandular hairs that secrete sticky mucilage, greasy to the touch. These drops of mucilage cause the leaves to shimmer in light – attracting peckish insects. Most are relatively easy to grow, and may make great windowsill candidates. Butterworts exhibit some variation between different species. For example, some produce red-tinted leaves in areas of high sunlight. Other varieties curl their leaves when they trap insects

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