Potted Plants

Poinsettien Tag in Hohenheim
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greenduck

Houseplant for the month of November 2015: The symbolism of the Poinsettia is related to the Christmas story. The star of Bethlehem showed the place where the baby Jesus was born and led the three wise men to him. The shape of the Poinsettia‘s bracts look like stars.

Cyclamen persicum
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Submitted by
greenduck

Thanks to new varieties and modern production methods, particularly small and low-growing types of cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) have become great choices for growing outdoors in boxes or containers.



Silent Living
© Floradania
Submitted by
greenduck

After a summer of big skies and many colours, we feel a longing for tranquillity in our decor. We want to have our plants and our decor indoors with us. Silent Living is the theme which offers possibilities for mobility, and to create introverted and extroverted spaces and find tranquillity in them.

Carnivorous plants
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greenduck

One bite and they’re gone. Carnivorous plants, or carnivores, use their colourful and whimsical appearance to lure spiders and insects. Then they sneakily catch and digest these juicy creatures. The motto of this houseplant? Lovely, ruthless and definitely not for the faint hearted.

culinary treats, arrangement of herbs
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Submitted by
greenduck



Impress your hosts with an original gift that’s both lovely and practical. Culinary treats are all the rage. A sweet arrangement of herbs, edible plants, and bedding or container flowers in a basket is a personalized gift that will last.

Hibiscus
© Luise / pixelio
Submitted by
greenduck

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, China rose, is a popular ornamental plant – and with good reason, for no matter where you place it, it creates a beautiful tropical atmosphere with its large, brightly-coloured single or double flowers. It is available in many colours, including white, yellow, pink, red, apricot, orange and two-tone.

Einblatt, Spathiphyllum
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greenduck

Houseplant for the month of June 2015: The Peace Lily belongs to the Araceae (arum) family, just like the Flamingo Flower and Zantedeschia, because of the similarities in their structures. We know of at least 50 different cultivars of Peace Lily, which almost all have white flowers and are occasionally a little green.

Muttertag
© Astrid Götze-Happe / pixelio
Submitted by
greenduck

Every mother is unique. That’s why Mother’s Day gifts can’t always just be bought straight off the shelf, but must be tailor-made to the recipient’s nature and desires. With flowers, there are no boundaries; use their favorite colors and varieties and even their placement preferences within the garden or on the terrace. 


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