Create a calming sanctuary at home by adding a burst of greenery to your interior space. Indoor plants have been known to improve air quality, boost your mood and reduce stress.
Explore our range of indoor plants from small desktop sizes through to indoor feature trees.
Hass & Co Botanics is a small business, owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Casey & Cal. We pride ourselves on our personalised customer service and inspirational plant displays.
Visit us in-store to take advantage of our expertise or shop online and choose local Perth delivery or click and collect.
The Scindapsus pictus has many common names but is most often called Satin Pothos or Silver Pothos for its interesting foliage and trailing fashion.
This easy-care vining plant is highly desirable and features divine green and silver foliage with long trailing fronds, making it the perfect plant for shelves and hanging planters.
CARE: Surprisingly easy to care for and is generally happy in a warm spot with medium to bright natural light. Avoid harsh direct sunlight. Water when the top few inches of soil has dried out.
INCLUSIONS: This listing is for the plant only. Plants come in a standard plastic nursery pot. Your plant will look similar to the one pictured.
Explore our range of indoor plants, gifts and botanical decor at 250 Oxford Street, Perth.
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We deliver to select Perth suburbs on a Tuesday and Friday each week, with free delivery for orders over $150.00.
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Hass & Co Botanics is proud to offer a pet friendly shopping experience.
We love meeting your pets and encourage you to bring your special fur-baby for a visit.
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