Potted Plants

Polyscias
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greenduck

Houseplant for the month of October 2013: Shining in the background instead of in the spotlights. No, this lady doesn’t need spotlights. As far as she is concerned, others can take their place in the light. Humility is the style of the Polyscias, but don’t be mistaken: it will let you see that you can also shine in the background!

Schefflera
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greenduck

This flexible plant would like to be formed into your ideal housemate. Namely it doesn’t have any problem if you remove a number of its leaves or branches. It will develop new shoots from the top. By repeating this exercise you can create a bonsai shape, in exactly the style you like. Add to this that Schefflera varieties have coloured and purple leaves as well as green ones, this makes the Schefflera a perfect partner for any interior.

Saintpaulia
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greenduck

Saintpaulia - colour explosion with high tactile factor. Better known as the African Violet this special plant is not only a beauty to behold, but also helps you to feel less stressed. With it’s cluster of flowers – varying in colour from purple and violet to white and pale blue and combinations of these – it is an attractive sight in your home.

RED FOX Trio Confetti Garden
Submitted by
greenduck

Visit Dümmen during Flower Trials, 11-14 June, and see the latest flower, mix and merchandising innovations and tour one of the largest production and rooting sites in Europe.
Special highlights for 2013 are the spellbindingly-colored Wicked Verbena, the new Aloha Kona with “Hula” colours, and the newest combinations in the loved-by-all Confetti Garden lineup.

Succulenten
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greenduck

Juicy survivor offers unconditional support. You could also call the Succulent the queen of assimilation. It is also known as the fat plant and its official name comes from the Greek word succus, which means water.

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