A great daytime oxygen producer. Best suited for work and entertainment areas of our homes.
A prolific night time oxygen generator, best for bedrooms.
Quite tolerant of occasional neglect. Grow it on a totem or climbing frame.
Some may need some climbing support in the pot.
Great for a well-lit corner and provides some height as well.
This easy-to-grow indoor plant will reward you with white blooms.
Will excel in a hanging basket, but make sure it stays moist.
Grow this on a climbing frame, or in a hanging basket.
Prefers warmer areas and high humidity.
Narrow, upright growers for a well-lit corner or screening effect.
Not only do many houseplants help remove volatile organic chemicals such as formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene from the air we breathe, simply having a green environment around us improves our mood, concentration, productivity, and social behaviour.
Mike’s passion for all things gardening has spanned over 30 years, with the last 18 spent at TAFE Queensland educating students. He’s an accomplished garden writer, broadcaster and speaker, and is also heavily involved in community events. In his spare time he gardens and sings tenor in an a cappella quartet.