How do I arrange an office plant hire makeover?It’s very easy to arrange indoor plant hire with us. We operate in all major states, capital cities and towns including Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Newcastle, Canberra and Wollongong. Simply contact Tropical Plant Rentals and we’ll make an appointment for your local franchisee to visit you at your workplace, without obligation. He/She will listen to your office plant hire needs, take into account your indoor environment (e.g. lighting levels, staffing numbers, interior design, budget) and then advise you on the most cost-effective indoor plant hire solution to create a stunning healthy “green” office. Having extensive knowledge and experience, your local franchisee will recommend the best office plants for your specific situation – it may be the “clean air machine” spathiphyllum, architectural Dracaena Marginata, striking Rhapis Palm, dramatic Cactus or graceful Golden Cane. With our extensive indoor plant hire range the possibilities are endless!
Who cares for my indoor plant hire?We do. Tropical Plant Rentals has an extensive office plant hire maintenance program that includes watering, cleaning, fertilising, removal of spent foliage, pruning to maintain shape, control of insects and diseases, as well as replacing plants to ensure your indoor plant hire is beautifully presented at all times. Your office plant hire makeover will not only deliver the wow factor with stunning indoor plant hire but will also clean the air you breathe and improve productivity by up to 12% Read what the experts say!
For more information see the images below. Please note that most specimens are available in small, medium and large sizes.
Featuring a mixed planting of small plant specimens which are different in form, texture and colour – a cost effective way to enhance your office!
Dracaena ‘Janet Craig’
Featuring long, broad, tapering, glossy, deep green leaves with a graceful weeping habit, along erect stems. A popular choice!
Madonna Lily / Peace Lily
Featuring broad, oval, shiny leaves and serene white flowers, the Peace Lily lives up to its name! Well known as a ‘clean air machine’.
Featuring a clumping upright habit with leaves growing from the ground which are shiny, waxy and divide into a number of smaller leaflets.
Featuring broad, deep green leaves along half the length of erect stems, presenting a graceful weeping habit which creates a relaxing ambience.
Giant Bird of Paradise
Featuring banana-like, grey-green leaves which are patterned, arching and leathery, the Strelitzia creates exciting visual impact.
Featuring clustering slender cane-like stems, alternatively furnished near the top with broadly spreading pinnate fronds – quite delicate.
Golden Cane Palm
Featuring slender, graceful yellowish stems with lush, full, and upright bright green foliage which appears close to the base.
Featuring often multi-stemmed canes with sword shaped leathery leaves with a milky green centre, white stripe and narrow green edge.
Dracaena fragrans massangeana
Featuring rosettes of rich green arching leaves, broadly striped and banded light green and yellow down the centre, atop thick canes.
Ctenanthe ‘grey star’
Featuring ovate-oblong colourful long leaves that are purple to red underside and grey-green topside, on long, narrow stems.
Featuring graceful tree-like form with dense growth and shiny deep green small slender pointed leaves which are light green when young.
Featuring pointed leaves with ovate margins and prominent veins with leaf colour ranging from green to yellow and white.
Spear Leaf Philodendron
Featuring a clumping habit with multiple lanceolate leaves up to 600mm long, which rise from usually short stems.
Red Leaf Cordyline
Dracaena-like and multi-caned, the Red Leaf Cordyline features leaves ranging in colour from burgundy red to green, adding variety and interest.
Queensland Umbrella Tree
Featuring tree-like form, the Queensland Umbrella Tree can be single trunk or multi-planted, with umbrella-like arrangements of leaves.
Featuring a strong, woody trunk, rough with old leaf bases, and topped with a multitude of narrow whip-like leathery dark green leaves.
Featuring tall, fleshy 6-9 ribbed bluish-green columns which can be free branching. A great specimen plant to add a touch of individuality!
Featuring bold, alternate spiral, lanceolate leaves, the Yucca is usually grown as a multi-caned plant, presenting great architectural form.
Features a thick rhizome with rosettes of 3 – 4 leaves with dark green cross banding and yellow edges, presenting strong sculptural form.
Song of India
Featuring spirally arranged, densely clustered, leathery, lanceolate green leaves along the length of willowy stems, upright in habit.
Featuring tree-like form and branching slender canes, topped by rosettes of narrow linear leaves, preading horizontally and vertically.
Features dense foliage with large, odd, glossy, pinnate green leaves, each with 11-15 leaflets, usually multi-planted for a full foliage display.
Featuring bamboo like canes covered with coarse fibre, presenting leathery, glossy green leaves which are divided into 3-10 broad segments.
Featuring dark green, glossy, stiff and pinnately divided upright leaves which arise from a single crown at the top of the plant.
Pothos / Devil’s Ivy
Featuring broad, waxy, dark green and yellow variegated ovate shaped leaves, commonly grown on a totem or in a basket as a hanging plant.
Featuring striking leathery leaves with three shallow lobes with rounded tips, this climbing plant is usually grown on totems for indoorscapes.
Featuring broad, waxy, dark green leaves with yellow to red variegation, bringing a burst of colour and warmth to indoor environments.