From Purple Blue To Soft Pink: You Can Count On Special Stealing In The Coming Weeks. Each One Fresh. All Different

From Purple Blue To Soft Pink: You Can Count On Special Stealing In The Coming Weeks. Each One Fresh. All Different

Trachelium Dark Blue (1)

Trachelium originates from the Mediterranean region and we also call it neck weed here. Why that name? In the past they used the roots of this herb as a remedy for sore throats and inflammations on the trachea, also called the trachea. You can spend hours staring at the innumerable small and fragile flowers that together form an extremely strong front. This flower easily stays with you for three weeks.

Lisianthus Arena Light Pink (2)

The lisianthus is nicely curled up in the bud. Very slowly they open and you see them bloom like a rose. This flower originates from North America but has really started to blossom in Japan – where most breeding work has been done. To this day, the lisianthus is still quite popular there and that’s why we call it the Japanese rose. One without spines, we love it.

Chrysanthemum PL Momoko (3)

A real eye-catcher, this pink pom-chrysanthemum. With its pink color this flower symbolizes cheerfulness and joy and also a bit for a new beginning. In Japan the chrysanthemum is the national symbol and they honor the flower every year during the festival of happiness.  

Calathea makoyana (4)

Living plant is the nickname of the Calathea plant. And that’s because of his day and night rhythm. When it gets dark, he folds his velvety leaves. In the morning they just open again. In addition to being very nice to look at, the Calathea also provides you with clean air. They collect harmful gas particles with their leaves and give you oxygen in return. And thus, your stress level decreases.

  •        Trachelium Dark Blue
  •        Lisianthus Arena Light Pink
  •        Chrysanthemum PL Momoko
  •        Calathea makoyana