Cast Iron Plant | Aspidistra Elatior
70cm Cast Iron Plant | Aspidistra elatior | 17cm Pot | By Plant Theory
Having captivated botanists with its indestructible nature, it is unsurprising why this Aspidistra has been named the Cast Iron Plant. It can be placed in any type of light (however strong sun isn't ideal), so will make an astoundingly robust choice for the beginner grower. Their tall stems and smooth oval leaves also form an elegant silhouette that will add a modern touch to any room. Why not have it accompanying a Brake Fern for a contrasting display of textures? To keep this Aspidistra elatior content, you should provide a watering when the top two inches of soil feels dry. It will also benefit from having its leaves misted every few days.
|Arrives As||17cm pot|
|Preferred Location||Bright, indirect light is best|
|Temperature Range||15 - 25°C|
|Special Advice||Provide a misting to keep the leaves looking their best|
About Your Plant
The plant pictured to the right is fresh from our nursery and details what you are going to receive. Your plant will arrive in a standard nursery pot (any planters displayed are for illustrative purposes only, so will not be included with your order). Your house plant will be delivered straight to your door from our specialist tropical nursery. They will provide optimal growing conditions for your plant, keeping it happy and healthy.
Plant Theory has sustainability at its heart. This means that every plant will be delivered in environmentally friendly packaging. The intuitive box design is plastic free and will keep your plant safe on its journey to your door.
All Plants Supplied In Nursery Pot
Please note, all of our house plants arrive in a nursery pot as standard. You can find a more permanent home for your plant in our wide range of indoor plant pots.
Your plant will be happy in bright light that is preferably indirect, otherwise the leaves could be scorched. A little way back from a window in a bright room is optimum. The foliage of your plant may become a little dusty, so just wipe them down with a damp cloth occasionally, but try not to come into direct contact with the plant.
|Needs Ericaceous Compost?||No|