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Roses, Hydrangea, Margerites
© Floradania
Submitted by
greenduck

While many people think of potted plants as something you have on a window-sill, garden expert Claus Dalby talks about how he uses potted plants outdoors, and combines them to create small still life tableaux.

Ivy
© BBH
Submitted by
greenduck

Houseplant of the month of April 2015: In the fourth month of the year the Ivy or Hedera is the Houseplant of the month. The Ivy is one of the most air purifying houseplants. It absorbs harmful substances out of the air and exchanges them for pure oxygen.

Grünpflanzen
© Floradania 'Begonia'
Submitted by
greenduck


Green plants cover a wide range of plants, that can be anything but green. Some has multicoloured, varied or spotted leaves while others have leaves with a greyish or reddish glow. The plant provide a wealth of opportunities to freshen up the living room in winter where chilly weather forces us to stay inside our homes. 



Helleborus / Christmas Rose
© BBH
Submitted by
greenduck

When most garden plants are hibernating, the Christmas Rose with its dark green foliage and radiant flowers provides colour in the winter garden. Purple, white, pink, pale yellow, black or spotted, Christmas roses are the must-haves this winter. Give them a place in the border or fill a couple of baskets.

Overwintering Container Plants
© GMH/BVE
Submitted by
greenduck

In the past, few people could afford large, valuable container plants. They built splendid orangeries for their palms, lemon trees, oleander, and bay bushes. Plants from warm climates survived the frost in an overwintering house. These days, anyone can afford this service, without so much as needing a winter garden. Instead, the plants can overwinter with professionals.



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