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An idol for butterflies and bees

Sedum plants are found in the wild in dry, rocky areas. So it is hardly surprising that they effortlessly survive dry periods and are therefore very easy to look after.

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Outdoor plants

Highlight

Every week, we highlight a few relevant products. This week: Osteospermum. Browse the collection here.

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Indoor plants

Summer deal

Must-have plants and flowers for these sunny summer days, all at a competitive price. That’s our summer deal for you! Take a look at our collection and get your hands on these bargains before it’s too late.

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Outdoor plants

Tropical Garden

Who wouldn't want to go on a safari in a tropical rainforest? The exotic look of vibrant colours, brings exactly that atmosphere into our homes. Dark green, cherry red or orange - light and dark tropical colours combined create an elegant look with a touch of exclusivity.

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Flowers

Hay fever-proof bouquet

No matter how beautiful nature may look at this time of year, if you suffer from hay fever, that wonderful spectacle will only lead to itchy eyes and continuous sneezing. However, your customers no longer need to go without their daily dose of flowers.

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Indoor plants

Exotic bird of paradise

Bird of paradise, crane flower, Strelitzia: all the names this amazing plant is known by sound equally exotic. Strelitzia transforms any room into a colourful paradise. Watch out for low-flying macaws!

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Flowers

The hero among flowers

Majestic and impressive: what better way to describe the Gladiolus? This 'hero' shoots upward like a rocket from where it shows off a wide range of colours from late spring until well into autumn.

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Outdoor plants

Wild and free: let the grass grow

Nothing says natural, easy-going and free like a garden filled with ornamental grasses. There’s something fascinating about a helm of grass. It’s delicate, soft, and moves gently in the wind without a care in the world.

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