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Outdoor plants

Bees and butterflies for a happy, natural garden

A few happily buzzing bees or fluttering butterflies make for a cosy garden, and benefit both people and the planet. Did you know that one out of three spoonfuls you eat at diner is directly or indirectly dependent on the work of a honey bee? Enough reason to fill your backyard with some beautiful bee and butterfly-friendly plants!

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Flowers

Ode to peonies

From tattoos to paintings and even alternative medicine, peonies are loved in every corner of the world. With her delicate, pale petals, the flower is a perfect match with the current vintage trends. Time to get to know this piece of floral art!

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Growers

Vilosa – Growing delight

Growing delight, because Vilosa grows fabulous plants. Pot plants that are a feast for the eye with their colours and unusual shapes, and are easy to live with due to their strength and quality.

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Hunters

Planthunter Ed

Follow your favourite Hunter, witness their adventures, and be amongst the very first to see and order newly ‘hunted’ products on the Hunter-tool.

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Indoor plants

The same, but different - Dendrobium, Oncidium & Paphiopedilum

These are orchids, too, but different and somewhat less familiar than the Phalaenopsis we so often see. Even so, these special beauties feature spectacular flowers and leaves with splendid colours and patterns. They're also just as easy to care for and definitely just as charismatic. Each and every one is a little work of art: discover the Dendrobium, Oncidium and Paphiopedilum.

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Outdoor plants

Citrus tree: sweet and fruity

A tree that stays green year-round, that’s one way to survive those last cold winter months. The citrus tree has been cultivated forever – roughly 4,000 years – and has a pleasant, sweet smell. For people with a talented green thumb, sunny garden and a little luck, you might just find some fruit hanging from the tree eventually. Our Planthunters found these trees in Italy, and immediately loved the quality and abundance of its leaves.

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Flowers

Colourful, small but mighty: the Germini

It’s the Gerbera’s little sister: a bright, colourful and well-loved flower. The Germini has the same happy vibes as the Gerbera, and is easy to incorporate in bouquets thanks to its subtle size. Or use the flower on its own in a small vase, this beauty has enough personality to attract attention all by herself!

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