Yes, OZ Planten has a new theme: Nature's Wonders. The perfect theme to start the autumn. Imagine yourself in the woods and enjoy the beauty of nature. Brighten up your in- and exterior with wicker baskets, wooden decoration pots, and plants with earthy tones. Everything you need to make it warm and cozy. OZ Planten would like to introduce you to these 7 beauties. Of course, there are many more, but these 7 are not to be missed.
A rare houseplant that knows how to brighten up a living room. With its elegant leaves, it is a real powerhouse. And its leaf veins. These are also amazing. Truly a miracle of Mother Nature.
There is always a party in the house with the Anthurium "Chrystallinum." With its heart-shaped leaves, it is a true heartbreaker. A real asset for the plant geeks among us. Perhaps also an ideal gift for Valentine's Day? To be continued...
What a cutie! The Kalanchoe is super easy to care for and has a long flowering period. And did you know that it is unique because of its dark center? Other Kalanchoes usually have single-colored flowers.
Cambria x Colmanara
The Phalaenopsis is one of the best-known and best-selling orchids. But we mustn't forget the Cambria x Colmanara either. With its leaves and warm-colored flowers, it is a real beauty. Tip: Put three of them in a large pot with moss, and you have an arrangement.
Imperata cylindrical "Red Baron"
Not only indoors there are beautiful autumn plants, but also in the garden. This Imperata cylindrica 'Red Baron' proves that. Its red tips will steal the show in any garden. That’s how you get the most out of autumn.
Anthurium "Coral Champion"
Earth tones at their best. The Anthurium "Coral Champion" can certainly not be missing from this theme. The Anthurium remains a beautiful plant to see. But this variety, with its dark leaves and full red flowers, is a feast for the eyes.
Last but not least: The Kratiste climbing vine. No, this is not a plant, but it is craftsmanship that should not be missing from this list. The Kratiste vine is a 100% biodegradable climbing vine. Made from potato peels and Miscanthus, among other things. We have various plants available with this concept. Like this Philodendron. Would you like to read more about the Kratiste? Click here.