In December the Hippeastrum is the Houseplant of the month. You will bring colour and joy into your interior with this stately flower beauty. You will definitely get through the dark winter days with the Hippeastrum.
Lovely & easy: summer bulbs
You don’t need green fingers or patience with flowering summer bulbs. The summer bulbs you buy are ready to use. Just plant them in a pot or tub and then chill out on your summer patio.
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Top 10 summer bulbs
Summer hits bring you a sense of summer and give you energy and a great feeling, just like summer bulbs. That’s why we are presenting you with the Top 10 summer bulbs. Read, plant and enjoy.
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A sense of summer with summer bulbs
Transform your garden or balcony into an exotic holiday paradise with flowering Dahlia’s, Begonia’s, Lilies and Calla’s this summer.
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Watch the video with Easter decoration tips and brighten up your Easter table with perfume and colour. Create a good impression with your Easter breakfast.
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Poinsettia: brings colour in dark days
Are you looking for a decorative plant during these dark days? The Poinsettia brings colour to your home and is available in the loveliest shades and forms.
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Christmas inspiration: Christmas tree with plants
Christmas is just around the corner. Decorate your Christmas tree this year in an original way with plants! We will tell you step by step how you can transform your Christmas tree into an eye catcher with plants.
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Are you the caring type?
Then you will recognise yourself in this plant: it wants for nothing. It gets food and drink when it needs it, as well as a caress, the right temperature and the right light. You can sometimes even go a bit too far by giving too much water or too much food, or by stroking a variety that doesn’t like being touched. That’s not a major problem - just think of it as a minor stumbling block. Make sure that your relationship is not swamped by your love.
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Are you the nonchalant type?
Let’s guess: you don’t like rules and you do whatever occurs to you at the time. You don’t need things to be too neat and tidy, and you won’t easily get into a rut in a relationship. This is the way you love your plant. If you lose interest in it for a while, it will go right out of your mind. But this laid back approach poses a danger: your plant really does need your care and some attention. It’ll forgive a few slip-ups, but if you forget about it a lot, you’ll lose it.
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The Wearable Planter: your plant as a necklace
Fashionista’s pay attention! You can put away your pearls, gold and silver and keep your neckline free for the Wearable Planter.
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Holiday survival tips for plants
Going on holiday and bags nearly packed? Just before you leave take a moment to think about the care of your plants. We will give you the best plant survival tips to help your plants through a carefree summer. You can then go off and enjoy your holiday!
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Did you know?
That zamioculcas is just a youngster? This plant has only been grown since 1996.
That research has shown that plants respond to their environment?
That March is the best month to re-pot your plants?
Flowering plants stand for optimism and happiness?
Green plants stand for rest, warmth and security?
The first Olympic athletes received a wreath made of branches from a wild olive tree?
You can place a hydrangea inside as well as outside?
Many houseplants can’t cope with a dry environment?
All textiles used to be dyed with colours extracted from plants?
Your plants will age more quickly if you place them near your fruit bowl?
Plants also need a couple of weeks to recover from a house move?
A plant, just like you, will get sick if it experiences a drop in resistance?
is worth a visit?
Plants dampen sound in a home or office?
The African daisy comes from South Africa?
Cyclamen can become tens of years old?