The Botany Collection consists of a small selection of tropical green houseplants that we have selected with great care. These plants grow in the same growing conditions as our pot Anthuriums and therefore provide a solid basis for enjoying these ‘green beauties’ for a long time.

Alocasia Zebrina

This beautiful Alocasia Zebrina is known as a real attention grabber. Many blogs pay a lot of attention to this. The stems are partly the cause of this trend, recognizable by the ‘zebra’ stripes.

Another name for this plant is also called ‘elephant ear’. As you would expect, this is named after the large leaves.

origin

The Alocasia ‘Zebrina’ originates from the tropical rainforest of South East Asia. Here the locals used the leaves for the roofs of their houses. The leaves can grow up to a meter long and are therefore ideal against wind and rain showers.

Care tips

Place this plant in a light place. The leaves grow towards the light

Water the plant once a week. Note that if the soil still feels moist, do not overwater.

The ideal temperature for the plant is between 19 and 21 degrees.

Philodendron Shangri-La

This Philodendron is unique because of its compact structure and the many leaves, creating a green oasis in your environment.

This Philodendron is unique and a plant that is easy to maintain. A popular plant that brings a ‘jungle’ feeling.

Origin

The Philodendron Shangri-La is a descendant of the Philodendron ‘Hope’ and is originally from the tropical rainforest of Thailand.

Care tips

Place this plant in a light place. The leaves grow towards the light.
Tip: Turn the plant a bit every week.

Water the plant once a week. First feel the soil, water it when it is dry.

The ideal temperature for the plant is between 19 and 21 degrees.