Potted Plants

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greenduck

Houseplant for the month of February 2015: Primulas are known as fun, colourful winter and spring plants for indoors and outdoors. Primula is also a diminutive of the word Primus and means ‘first’. The plant is therefore perfect to herald the spring.

Yucca
© BBH
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greenduck

Houseplant for the month of January 2015: The Yucca comes from the Agaveaceae family, which includes houseplants such as Dracena, Beaucarnea and Cordyline. In the wild it is found in warm and dry areas in North and South America and the Caribbean. The plants often have thick, leathery leaves with a sharp point and white flowers. These leaves grow straight out of the soil or on one or more stems.

Adventsschmuck
© Floradania
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greenduck

Making your own Christmas decorations is a great way to have some Christmas fun with the family. Create your own personal style with fresh and exciting Christmas plants. Plants are nature's own decorations, creating freshness and a lovely atmosphere in the living room.

Weihnachtsstern
© Stars for Europe
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greenduck

Year after year, the poinsettia is the star of the Advent and Christmas season. From November onwards, it is impossible to imagine interior design without it, as it heralds the most contemplative time of the year in our homes.

Spatiphyllum, Hedera
© Floradania
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greenduck

International living magazines focus on living homes with lots of room for green plants. Both the modern apartments in the big cities, the mansions and the family homes- and separate houses and rustic lofts with a creative atmosphere inspire both city singles and families with children to play with nature and the indoor styling.

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dümmen group

Pelargonium RED FOX Big EZEE is best plant introduction at Four Oaks Trade Show 2014.
The winners of the Four Oaks Trade Show Awards were presented on Tuesday evening at a packed reception hosted by Horticulture Week.

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greenduck

In this video, world’s leading research scientists concerning microorganisms Dr. Elaine Ingham talks about soil fertility and the role of soil microbial life.

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