Tropical Forest Floor Terrestrials (non-orchid)

£ 6.00(6.83 €)

Euphorbia enoplais a species from South Africa. In the wild this species inhabits arid habitat. The inflorescences emerge from the end of the purple spines and at the end of the growths.The white sap is poisonous so plants need to be handled with care.This species is listed as CITES Appendix 2 and can only be shipped within the EU.


£ 4.00(4.55 €)

Fittonia albivenis is a species from Brazil, Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia. In the wild this species inhabits evergreen forests and as a forest floor terrestrial. The inflorescences measure 10cm and bear several insignificant white flowers during the spring.



£ 2.00(2.28 €)

Hypoestes phyllostachya is a species from Madagascar. In the wild this species inhabits evergreen forests and as a forest floor terrestrial. Plants reach a height of 30cm although in the wild can be much bigger.