Anthurium: a perfect plant for the workplace

Now that working from home is increasingly the norm for many people, having a healthy and ergonomic workspace there is also important. Plants in your workspace can play a positive role in this. The Anthurium, for example, has a big heart for the business… Recent research by Wageningen University & Research shows that the Anthurium has excellent air-purifying properties, so it positively contributes to a healthy living environment.

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houseplants thriving during the winter

How to keep your houseplants thriving during the winter

As the season changes outside, your plant care routine should change inside. Houseplants can be affected by several winter stress factors, like temperatures that fluctuate, dry air, and a reduced amount of light. Keep your houseplants thriving by modifying their care during the winter!
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This is what leaves can tell you about a plant’s health

Did you know that you can tell a lot about a plant’s health by looking at its leaves? For example, they can turn yellow, get brown edges, and go drooping or curling. And everything reflects another need. Curious about what leaves can tell you about a plant’s health? Read all about it in this article!
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What to do with an Anthurium with drooping leaves?

You can see a lot from the leaves of an Anthurium plant. Do they have a yellow glow? Then your plant is probably getting too much sunlight and needs to be moved further away from the window. Does your Anthurium have drooping leaves? Then you probably watered it too little or too much. Read our tips in this article! Read more

How do you know when to repot a plant? 2 signs

Repotting is an important part of keeping your plants happy and healthy long-term. It’s inevitable that they will eventually outgrow their containers. Generally, young plants will need to be repotted more often than mature, established plants. But how do you know when to repot a plant? Read our best tips in this article.

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Explained: the difference between direct and indirect sunlight

Anthuriums like to stand in a well-lighted place, but not in direct sunlight. When the plant is positioned in the dark, it will give fewer flowers. But what exactly is indirect sunlight? In this article we’ll explain the difference between direct and indirect sunlight, so you can easily find the best place for your Anthurium!

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3 tips on how to be a great plant-sitter

Summer has arrived and that means the holiday season has started as well. So there’s a good chance someone will ask you to take care of his or her plants while they are on vacation. But make no mistake, a job as a plant-sitter is more important than you may think! Because you don’t want the resident to come home to a house full of dead plants. Therefore, read the tips below, so that this won’t happen. Read more

Can I put my potted Anthurium outside?

Can I put my potted Anthurium outside? It’s a frequently asked and logical question. Because despite the fact that it’s a houseplant, you may also want to enjoy it outside. Especially in the summer! In this article you can read whether it’s best to put Anthuriums indoors or outdoors. Read more

The plant shelter: the place to bring your dying plant to revive it

Do you have a dying plant at home? Don’t be too hard on yourself, it happens to the best of us. Too much water, too little sun, too close to the heating: there are many reasons why your plant may be dying. But don’t throw it away! There is a special place you can bring it to: the plant shelter. Read more

plant apps to help you identify and care for a plant

6 plant apps to help you identify and care for a plant

Have you bought a plant but no idea which plant it is? Or are you curious about the care or name of a specific plant? Have you ever thought about a plant app? There are several apps that help you identify a name, provide more information, or help you take care of it.  Read more

The easiest plant watering hack including a chopstick

The easiest plant watering hack including a chopstick

We recommend watering Anthurium plants about once or twice a week in the summer. In the winter period, once is sufficient. But not every plant is the same, and needs water at the same time. Therefore it’s important to always check your plant before watering it. Because you don’t want to overwater it! Do you find it difficult to determine whether your plants need water? We have the easiest plant watering hack for you. Read more

How to make plants bloom again?

How to make plants bloom again?

You’ve probably had this happen before. You buy a beautiful plant expecting it to produce lots of flowers. However, except for a few little flowers, the rest won’t open. You don’t want to throw the plant away just yet, but it doesn’t look very appealing. Fortunately, there’s a solution for this problem! Read more

How do you keep the vase water clean?

Contamination of vase water is caused by the decomposition of the stems and leaves in the water. If stems have been damaged and start to decompose, bacteria from the surroundings (stem, container/vase, air, leaf) can develop and cause the stem to further decompose resulting in the clouding of the vase. Read more

These are the most important care tips for cut flowers and houseplants

We all know the feeling when you buy a pretty bouquet and it wilts very quickly at home. The same goes for a wilted plant. Such a shame! To ensure that you can enjoy your cut flowers and houseplants as long as possible, we made a list of the most important care tips. Read more

What to do if the leaves of your Anthurium become discoloured?

What to do if the leaves of your Anthurium become discoloured?

With the proper care and optimum conditions, a healthy Anthurium – also known as flamingo flower – has glossy, heart-shaped leaves. Sometimes, however, its leaves can become discolored, take on a different texture and look rather dull. In this blog you’ll find the best solutions for discolored leaves. Read more

How to use Anthurium fertilizer: here are some tips

Do you have a beautiful pot Anthurium that’s no longer producing that many flowers? If so, it’s probably a good idea think about a fertilizer made especially for Anthuriums since it contains essential nutrients and a rich blend of trace elements. Read more

How to move houseplants to your new home

How to move houseplants to your new home

If you going to move houses, your plants will come along of course. They will immediately provide atmosphere and decoration in your new home. Making a house a home. But, what’s the best way to move houseplants? Read more