Collection: Rare Indoor Plants


Apart from their beauty, another reason that Indoor Plants are so popular is because of the minimal care they require. 

Please follow our simple tips to keep your Indoor Plant looking green and luscious in your home;

Your Indoor Plant should never be in direct contact with the sun,  By placing it in a naturally well lit room or near an east or south facing window will give our Plant adequate sunlight to thrive without overheating and burning their delicate leaves.


Feed with Bonsai Boy's organic fertiliser 'Plant Nourishment' every 2-3 weeks during the growing seasons'.

Apply Bonsai Boy's Neem oil over the entire Bonsai generously, this will control all pests, bugs and fungus.  Don't worry its won’t harm any beneficial insects like bees, butterflies and  ladybugs.

To know when your houseplants need a drink, touch the soil, if it feel try it does need a water, If the surface is moist, hold off on watering.

Place your plant over the sink or bucket and give it a slow thorougher water.  Make sure all of the soil receives water and it runs freely through the drainage holes. Once this is done you can return your plant to its home with a saucer underneath to catch any additional  water drops.

What if your plant becomes bone dry?  You will know if your plant is bone dry when you water your plant and water sits on the top of the soil and does not penetrate well through the soil.

Place your plant into a bucket of water so that the water completely submerges the soil, leave it here for 5-10 minutes. During this time bubbles will form and this is the air being released from the root system as the water saturates all of its properties.

Check every single plant separately – just because one needs to be watered doesn't mean they all do.


All our plants have been lovingly potted in the ceramic planter as see in the image, packaged carefully in our signature branded carry bag.

The prefect present, ready to gifting!

We offer a complimentary Bonsai Boy gift card so that you can leave a special message to compliment your gift.

Your plant will be hand delivered to your doorstep by a member of your team to ensure it is received in pristine condition.

Feng Shui ~

The end goal of Feng Shui is to invite positive chi into your home so that your life feels both energised and balanced.
Turns out that positioning your house plants can bring good feelings and luck and banish negative vibes.
With all the time you spend at home, it's particularly critical to prioritise comfort in your bedroom, living space and office space.
Plants act as living decor that add not only dimension and colour to a space but also a touch of the natural world.
Plants have been proven to show increases in creativity, productivity and a positive outlook.
Where to place your plants?

The southeast and east areas of your home belong to the wood element, and so do all types of plants. Placing plants in these locations can enhance the wood energy of that area.

Giving more energy to the east improves your creativity, motivation, and career. When placed in the southeast, plants can improve your financial health and social relationships.

However, when placing plants in your home’s southeast and east areas, make sure you don’t go overboard. Creating a forest in a single area can block the energy from flowing freely and even result in unintended consequences.

The south areas.  In the Chinese tradition, the south area belongs to the fire element. Placing your plants in this location is ideal because fire feeds on wood, resulting in increased courage and better judgment. Putting plants in your home’s southern areas can help improve your reputation with your friends, family, and even at work.

To bring good luck to the entire family, invest in large indoor plants for your living room and entry halls. Placing your plants in these areas will create welcoming energy, making it easier for everyone to feel at ease.

Adding plants in your dining room can improve your entire family’s financial health, especially if they are fruit-bearing plants. These varieties signify the reaping of rewards in Chinese tradition. Just make sure that you choose plants appropriate to the size of your dining room. Placing one that’s too big or too small isn’t good Feng Shui.

Because it creates oppressive and heavy energy, beams are known to bring bad Feng Shui. Beams located inside your front door can visually limit the incoming flow of energy, making it bad Feng Shui, too. That’s why Feng Shui suggests that you don’t work, sleep and rest under beams.

Studies have proven that plants can improve learning and concentration. So, place plants in spaces where you want to be productive. 


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