Though not exposed to the elements like garden shrubbery, houseplants still require regular maintenance and care to ensure they remain strong, healthy and wholesome. Humidity, heat and over-watering are just some of the factors that can affect houseplants, but thankfully there is a solution.

At Capital Gardens, we supply a comprehensive range of products specifically designed to help green-fingered folk nurture and care for their beloved houseplants. From specialist drip feeders to leaf shine bio wipes – we provide everything you could ever need to ensure your houseplants stay healthy and strong.

For Healthy Houseplants, Choose Capital Gardens

Like most plants, houseplants require more than just water to keep them healthy and nourished. If your indoor plants are wilting, losing leaves or dying off, Capital Gardens can help thanks to our range of specially formulated houseplant feeds and treatments. From regular plants to flowers such as orchids and roses – we provide a selection of products designed to give nutritional support to a broad range of indoor plants.

To ensure your houseplants receive the care and nourishment they need, we only stock houseplant food and treatment from trusted plant care manufacturers, including Bayer and Neudroff. With a range of products available from each manufacturer, we guarantee we’ll have the right tool to suit your requirements.

Care and Treatment for Any Houseplant

Whatever the condition of your houseplants, these specially formulated products are designed to treat, nurture and care for your household greenery. From simple drip feeders that slowly release plant food to revitalising sprays that provide nutrients through the leaves – Capital Gardens provides everything you could need to take care of your houseplants.

For tips and advice on how to take care of houseplants, contact the experienced and knowledgeable Capital Gardens team today on 01442 875 037.

  • Maidenhair Tree (Ginkgo Biloba) Thompson & Morgan

    Known as a ‘living fossil’ the Ginkgo Biloba, also known as Maidenhair Tree, is one of the sole survivors of an ancient group of trees that date back to beyond the time of the dinosaurs. Remaining virtually unchanged, the Maidenhair Tree is named this because the leaves resemble that of the native Maidenhair Fern. They are the bridge between ‘higher’ and ‘lower’ plants such as ferns and conifers.

    Growing to an eventual height of up to 40m tall, the bark is grey, furrowed and corky holding fan shaped leaves that span up to 12cm across. The leaves are divided into two lobes, and are bright yellow in autumn that are spirally arranged on long shoots. The tree has either male or female flowers; the male flowers are large, catkin-like and yellow, hanging up to 8cm long whereas the female flowers are smaller and on pedicels up to 4cm long. They will also produce fruit that resemble a plum in appearance. Suited to moist, deep and sandy soils, position in full sunlight and your Ginkgo Tree will thrive. However they are extremely adaptable and will survive in a lot of stressful conditions.

  • Banana Chinese Yellow (Musa Lasiocarpa) Thompson & Morgan

    Once thought to be extinct, the Musa Lasiocarpa also known as the ‘Chinese Yellow Banana’ is a handsome banana that is found growing in remote regions of the Himalayas in South East China. This hardy perennial will produce huge paddle shaped leaves in bright green, and the mature plant will feature long-lasting summer flowers. Clump-forming, the original plant will die back as the flower develops but they will then produce off shoots and will continue to grow and thrive.

    Winner of the RHS Award of Garden Merit this striking plant will grow to a height of up to 200cm, and spread to 75cm, making them a true spectacle within your garden. During the cold winter months the foliage will brown off but if you protect the roots the plant will bounce back and continue to grow as the temperatures rise.

    Plant in a position with full sun to partial shade, and fertile, moist but well-drained soil your Chinese Yellow banana plant will thrive.