The positive effects of plants
Plants are essential for life on Earth. The presence of plants releases enough oxygen into the air and provides food. As autotrophic organisms (that convert sunlight into energy through their ability to photosynthesise) plants are the main producers of oxygen, and therefore the basis for most food chains. Read more
The positive effects of flowers
Flowers bring happiness. That is evident from the ‘The Emotional Impact of Flowers Study’ of the State University of New Jersey. Flowers have immediate and long-lasting effects on emotional responses, mood, social behavior and even memory for both men and women. Read more
Endless Anthurium: these are the different types of Anthuriums
Anthurium varieties are extremely diverse: they are available in a wide range of sizes and versions. You can choose from pot plants and cut flowers, and the shape of their flowers can vary as well. Read more
Anthurium as the main flower of the Easter celebration in Rome in 2021
During the annual Easter celebration, which takes place in Rome on April 11 2021, floral designer Paul Deckers chooses the Anthurium this year as the main flower for the decoration of St. Peter’s Square. Read more
How sustainable are Anthuriums?
Sustainability is an important theme for many in 2020. We are increasingly aware of the impact we as humans have on the environment, and we want to reduce this. Read more
Flower Power at Keukenhof Flower Show 2019
On 21 March 2019, the Keukenhof Flower Show will open for the 70th time. If you’re passionate about flowers and plants, you won’t want to miss a visit to Keukenhof in the Netherlands! Read more
December 2018: Anthurium Houseplant of the Month
Powerful appearance, attractive to see and timelessly beautiful: the Anthurium is the kind of roommate that you’ll never get bored of! An exotic plant with her shiny leaves and colored bract, that bring back both a classic and a modern interior to life. Read more
Here are the 10 newest Anthuriums for use as pot plants and cut flowers
Several new Anthurium varieties have been developed lately. Each and every one is special, distinctive and useful for various purposes whether it be a grand arrangement or a modest bouquet. To keep you both informed and inspired, here are the 10 newest Anthurium varieties for use as pot plants and cut flowers! Read more
Romanticism in Keukenhof: the world’s largest spring-flowering park
If you’re passionate about flowers and plants, you won’t want to miss a visit to Keukenhof. Although Keukenhof is famous for its fantastic tulip displays, it also has much more to see and enjoy. Read more
What should I do if my Anthurium plant is producing green flowers?
Anthuriums are very easy to care for. They demand so little to remain attractive for so long! Sometimes, however, their leaves can become discoloured, take on a different texture or look rather dull. Read more
5 interesting facts about the anthurium pot plant and cut flower
In addition to its decorative good looks and modest care requirements, there are even more interesting facts about the anthurium that you might not know. So wouldn’t it be nice to be able to tell the guests at your next dinner party a little more about these special plants? Read more
How to prune an Anthurium pot plant
Anthuriums are long-lasting plants, especially when given the right care. When the plant has glossy green leaves and is producing new flowers, you can assume that it’s getting exactly what it needs. By pruning your Anthurium now and then, you can enjoy it even longer. Read more
Where can you buy an Anthurium?
Anthuriums are available in many varieties and sizes. You can buy them in garden centers, supermarkets, plant shops and florists. Read more
Anthurium flowers set the scene for haute couture show
On the evening of 4 September couturier Ronald Kolk transformed the large Piquézaal at Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin in Noordwijk aan Zee, The Netherlands, into a living canvas to display his 2017 winter collection. Read more
Anthuriums are available in all sizes and varieties: from pot plants to cut flowers and in large and small flowered varieties. The flower shapes also vary; from heart-shaped to tulip- and elongated forms.