Many people fall in love with succulents as soon as they see them. At CSW we certainly have the succulent
Summer is just around the corner and after enduring months of unpredictable weather, who wouldn’t want some toasty time outdoors?
We have compiled seven rare, beautiful and unusual plants, and also (bonus) take a look at the origin of flowers!
Oxalis Triangularis, more commonly known as Purple Shamrock, False Shamrock, or the Love Plant, is an attractive houseplant that looks
Starting off the first in our series of hopefully many interviews and plant collection galleries is Belinda from Plant Lovers
The combination of a cute little plant and an equally cute plant pot can be a overload of miniature awesome.
Pachyphytum oviferum aka Moonstones are the most fantastically beautiful succulent plants. Moonstones clearly got their name for a reason –
Hanging baskets can look beautiful and are a great way to add plants to extra spaces that would normally be
Ultra violet, is a vibrant and opulent colour that brings the feel of luxury and creativity into our homes. Pantone
Crassula ovata (aka Jade plant, friendship tree, lucky plant, money plant or money tree) holds prize of place in many
Sedum Morganianum, aka Donkey’s Tail or Burro’s Tail, is one of our favourite plants. Once you see a well grown
Houseplants can bring life and colour to your home but, unfortunately, they can have the opposite effect if they don’t
No succulent collection is complete without Senecio Rowleyanu – String of Pearls. String of Pearls can look incredible in hanging baskets,