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November: time for berry flowers!

The flower of the month of November: berry flowers. You can create a beautiful colorful bouquet and red berries are a must-have for Christmas bouquets.

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Bring Fall into your home

Fall is coming! With that cold, autumnal weather you want to be cozy inside a warm home, surrounded by plants. Bring plants with warm colors into your home; the color palette of the Fall! Hereby our favorites.

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Shop our new Fall collection

Discover this season's Fall essentials. In a world where everything seems to be getting harder, the need for rest, softening, connection and – above all – GOING GREEN is growing. You can now shop our new Fall collection.

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New: vtwonen pot&plant collection

Create an atmospheric botanical corner with the vtwonen pot&plant collection. The stylists at vtwonen have put together 6 combinations. An excellent opportunity for florists, among others, to bring this strong brand to the store!

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Are you familiar with the Hydroponic trend?

Letting plants root and grow in water is called Hydroponic growing. The roots of the plant are visible, making it look very artistic when you put the plant in a transparent pot. Hydroponic growing is creative and super easy!

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Spotted: plants with extraordinary prints

Interior magazines are full of it; plants with the most eye catching prints on their leaves. We call it; a little miracle of mother nature! In this blog we've listed our favorites. 

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Plants as gifts: our favorites

From a ‘thank you’ to a ‘congratulations’: a plant is always nice to give and receive as a gift. We have selected 4 plants with a special meaning that are extra original to give as a present. You can shop these plants directly at the bottom of this page!

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Pet friendly plants

We have selected five pet friendly plants for October especially for the owners of dogs, cats, rabbits and birds who sometimes fancy a little nibble on something green.

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