Now the dark days are behind us it’s time for some colour in the interior. Warm colours bring the warmth we are looking for in the winter. Bright colours bring the joy of spring into our homes. Totally on-trend according to the Horticulture...
Transforming your home in an urban jungle with as many green plants as possible has been hot for years. It’s great to be surrounded by green, but I wonder: “Where are the flowers?” Since you can find those in the jungle for sure. Finish your urban jungle with tropical flowering...
It has been cold and grey for a while. Time to beat the winter blues. Colouring your home with a Phalaenopsis is a quick fix. I have asked 6 European bloggers to add some vivid colour to their plant gangs in anticipation of spring!
In 10 day’s it’s Valentine’s Day. This means there is going to be a run on red roses to show our love because they are known for their romantic meaning. However, isn’t it much more fun to surprise your sweetheart in an original way?
Decorating the Christmas tree or wreaths is fun. I enjoy it every year, but if you’re looking for something more original, consider these blooming alternatives.
The phalaenopsis is the most popular house plant. And that makes sense with her stylish looks, extremely long flowering time. With these tips it will be even easier to care for this tropical beauty.
Do you know where the Phalaenopsis is coming from or why she’s called that way? Get to know her even better. This video tells the story of her origins and meaning.
In a world where we get more and more impressions, we also increasingly need to rest. Less remains more. Considered luxury is an atmospheric, neutral style which evolves around attention for the small pleasures in life. The need to rest is satisfied with bright, quiet and fresh...
The botanic interior trend seems seems to stay around. Also, in the new romanticism style by Flexa plants are the most important accessory. Good news for everyone who loves botanical and nature.
Are you fond of beautiful plants and your beloved pet? In that case you might sometimes face a dilemma: which plants can I use to make it a little more cosy in my house, without endangering my pets? Good news: it’s possible!