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29 Janeiro 2019
Ferns: Houseplant of the Month for February

While everything is still bare outside you can create a green oasis indoors with ferns’ green feathers in all shapes and sizes. Botanical beauties If you’re looking for a mindful experience, nothing is as beautiful as a rolled fern leaf that unfurls over a couple of days into an elegant long leaf that looks like a green feather. Ferns are available with dense

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29 Dezembro 2018
Kentia Palm: Houseplant of the Month for January

Start the year right with a cheerful palm tree that’s beautifully green from top to toe and also fits perfectly with the mood of the times: new plans, a better life, a welcoming home. Dark green peace If the Christmas tree has left a gap in your home, the Kentia Palm is an ideal alternative to bring some green personal style to your home. From a relatively modest

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3 Dezembro 2018
CC will issue new labels for the CC Container: CC TAG5.

Since 2011 CC Containers that are a legitimate part of the pool, are marked with a red label. To keep the pool system fair, it’s important to change the label after several years. Therefore after 7 years Container Centralen will issue new labels: the CC TAG5. From 7 January onwards only containers with the new label are valid.   To be fully prepared we recommend

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22 Novembro 2018
Anthurium: Houseplant of the Month for December

Red, white or green, and shiny too if you want – for a beautiful modern Christmas. How ‘happy holidays’ can you get?   Classic or funky – Anthurium can do both Alongside plenty of volume and enthusiasm, Anthurium also offers pure natural design that even a Christmas tree struggles to compete with. It’s available in classic December

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25 Outubro 2018
Rhipsalis: Houseplant of the Month for November

This turbo grower makes the dark days of winter greener, cosier and more mysterious, whether you let it hang wild or drape it over your table. Strokable cactus It’s very unusual: Rhipsalis is actually a cactus, but without spikes. This rapid grower hangs down in long, messy tendrils or grows upwards in a bushy shape, as the mood takes it. As a houseplant it’s

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