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April 2017: Banana tree Houseplant of the Month

April 2017: Banana tree Houseplant of the Month

Many people are familiar with the banana tree (Musa) from exotic trips and holidays, since they grow everywhere in hot regions, from Tenerife to Indonesia and from Thailand to Mexico. Although it’s called a banana tree, what looks like a trunk is actually overlapping widened leaf stems which together create the apparent trunk of this perennial plant.

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Garden Plant of the Month for April: Clematis

Garden Plant of the Month for April: Clematis

Climbing and trailing plants are very popular. Smaller gardens are sometimes short of space, because we want to sit in the sun and enjoy a barbecue. A plant that grows upwards is then the ideal solution, since it only covers a small surface area whilst providing plenty of colour. Clematis - the best-known climber amongst the vertical plants - is ideal for this. Clematis occurs in hundreds of varieties and types. It’s a climber which is very hardy, and sometimes also bears beautiful seed fluff after flowering.

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Outdoor musthaves

Outdoor musthaves

For an up-to-date and attractive assortment of garden plants. Noviflora has an extensive selection of garden plants on offer.

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2017 garden trends evoke balance, energy and inner peace.

2017 garden trends evoke balance, energy and inner peace.

Spring might feel like a distant dream these days, but in reality it’s right around the corner. Time to start getting that garden collection ready for the new season!

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What's NEW for you?

What's NEW for you?

A new unique collection of pot plant arrangements is perfect to create an atmospheric ambiance.

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NEW! Selections Hydrangea

NEW! Selections Hydrangea

Early spring with Selections Hydrangea Macrophylla

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Garden Plant of the Month for March: Citrus trees

Garden Plant of the Month for March: Citrus trees

Beautiful colours, sweet scents and - if you’re lucky - a modest harvest of fruit; all those on their own are enough to make a citrus tree a lovely addition to the garden. But this Mediterranean beauty is also evergreen, So you can enjoy it all year long.

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March 2017: Bromeliads Houseplant of the Month

March 2017: Bromeliads Houseplant of the Month

The Bromeliad has long been the most exotic beauty amongst the houseplants. Initially people were not drawn to the attractive conical leaf rosettes and their brightly coloured bracts so much as to the delicious fruit of the best-known Bromeliad, the pineapple. There are more than 1600 different species in the wild.

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February 2017: specialty palms Houseplants of the Month

February 2017: specialty palms Houseplants of the Month

The Palm family is diverse and useful. Palms provide coconuts, dates, oil, sugar, rattan, raffia and sago, and play an important role in the global economy. As a houseplant, they are the defining symbol of the (sub-)tropics. There are over 200 genuses and 3000 species, which grow in the warm regions of Asia, Africa, America and Australia. Most palms have a straight trunk with a crown of feather or fan-shaped leaves at the top. Palms are always grown from seed, and the production time depends on the size of plant. The larger or older the plant is, the longer it takes to cultivate.

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Garden Plant of the Month for February: Potted bulbs

Garden Plant of the Month for February: Potted bulbs

Heralds of spring in the home or garden! Potted bulbs gives a feeling of spring. They're flowers that emerge from their bulbs bursting with energy and colour. Potted bulbs bring an early spring to the garden and the living room. Potted bulbs can be planted in the soil or in containers for on the balcony or patio. They are also all available as cut flowers. Within the potted bulb range, we see familiar products from the main species, each with a large number of cultivars in many colours and sizes. These potted bulb products - hyacinths, narcissi and grape hyacinths (Muscari) - are the real stars of the range. The larger the bulb that the growers have planted in the pots, the better the quality that emerges with more and larger flowers on a stem.

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