A cabinet of curiosities filled with peculiar plants, succulent show ponies, and leaves that look like art. That’s what you’ll find in our Botanical Twist collection. Plants that surprise and delight, and allow you to look at nature in a different way. Nothing is impossible!
When it comes to sustainability, we’re seeing a lot of big developments in the land of orchids. During the Orchid Inspiration Days, we saw our LESS PLASTIC concept adapted by growers who are now also working with sustainable trays and covers. We couldn’t be more excited about this- together, this how we’ll build a more sustainable floriculture industry.
At H.M. Tesselaar in Heerhugowaard, you’ll find the prettiest, colourful Peruvian lilies. Flowers grown with love and care, and in an increasingly sustainable way. H.M. Tesselaar was one of the first floriculture company in the country to be awarded the On The Way to PlanetProof certificate, and the company works hard every day to improve and raise their sustainability standards.
When it comes to houseplants these days, the trend is the bigger, the better. This applies both to filling those big empty corners in the room as well as the smaller spots like window sills. You can also put a few plants together in one spot to get that extra wild jungle effect.
Nature isn’t perfect. But what is perfect? The imperfection is what’s natural, the odd and the strange, the rough and unruly. Perfect imperfections defying and redefining what we think of as beautiful. Weird shapes, bulbous and bold or thin and wavy- these plants can teach us a thing or two about natural beauty.