Cyclamen Halios

Cyclamen have a beautiful Mediterranean look about them and are applicable in many different ways.
The Cyclamen Halios series is known for its profuse, rich flowering in a wide range of colours. Especially during the winter months, the fresh colours of Halios Cyclamen add a touch of glamour to any type of interior.



Place Cyclamen in a cool, light position near a window, preferable north facing. Cyclamen do not like a position over a radiator.
It is best to water from the bottom of the plant, using a dish placed under the pot. Any water that is left after about half an hour should be discarded. It is also possible to submerge the pot in lukewarm water.
Regularly feed the plants using a general fertilizer.
Remove faded flowers and yellow leaves by twisting the stems one turn and pulling them from the plant with a short sharp tug.
 

Put Cyclamen Halios in a trendy pot for a stunning result!

Cyclamen Halios has long sturdy flower stems, which make them suitable for use as cut flowers. Something different!


 

Aster Aspatio

Asters are mainly known as typical autumn products. However, current varieties like  Aspatio allow us to enjoy these floriferous plants as early as summer. Moreover, Aster Aspatio thrives both indoors as well as outdoors, in the garden or on the patio, the sky is the limit!
Aspatios are available from florists and garden centres from July until September and in the colours blue-purple, red-violet and white.

Be sure to water regularly and sufficiently. Also ensure good drainage, leaving no water in the bottom of the pot.
Asters do prefer a sunny position.
The plants may require some plant food at least once after purchase.

Asters are perennials that attract butterflies and bees and therefore fit in perfectly with a natural gardening scheme.
After it has finished flowering, Aster Aspatio can be planted in the border, where it will flower again in September the following year.

Chrysanthemum Anastasia

“If you would be happy for a lifetime, grow Chrysanthemums!” , an old Chinese philosopher once said and a phrase that says a lot about this wonderful flower.
For good reason, the chrysanthemum is Japan’s national flower and is the symbol of the annual ‘Festival of Happiness’.
Anastasia particularly stands out because of its large spidery flowers.
Any side buds have been removed (disbudded), which ensures an extra large main flower. This makes Anastasia into a very trendy houseplant or patio plant.
Anastasia is available in various warm and bright colours for most of the year. In a word, a strong and special plant for the home as well as the patio!

Anastasia is very suitable for the living room but can also be placed outdoors on patio or balcony in summer and autumn. It prefers lots of light and a position in full sun is not a problem.
Keep the pot ball moderately to reasonably moist.
Anastasia’s flowers can be enjoyed for at least five weeks.

Why not combine Anastasia with a nice trendy pot and turn it into an even more magnificent eye-catcher in home or garden!

Begonia elatior

A flowering Begonia is a cheerful, colourful houseplant. Ideal for warm rooms with lots of light. Provided it is looked after properly, this plant will be a welcome addition to your interior for at least 4 weeks. Apart from its use as a houseplant in Western Europe, this plant is also used in the garden in the South of Europe. During warm summers, it will also thrive in gardens of Central and Western Europe. It is a very rewarding product because of its robust shelf life, its profuse flowering and lack of bud and flower drop.
Very broad assortment with flowers varying from soft to bright single colours, two-tone, with fringed or smooth edged petals. Available all year round.

Put Begonias in a light position but not in full sunlight. The optimum temperature is between 16 and 22°C. Water regularly ensuring that the soil remains moist. Do not allow to dry out. Do not leave any water in the bottom of the pot. For optimum flowering, the plant needs to be watered using houseplant fertilizer on a regular basis. Available all year round.

A Begonia will look even more stunning when it is presented in a nice, colourful or trendy ornamental pot. Deadhead the plant in order to ensure optimum ornamental value and long life.

Celosia Kelos series

It’s an exciting presence, that’s the least you could say about Celosia Kelos. Look at its fiery, neon coloured feathery flower spikes and you know why!
In the living room as well as in the garden or on the patio, its intense colours are difficult to miss. Furthermore, when cared for properly, Celosia is a very durable plant. Its beautiful spiky flower heads really do last for many months.
The plant grows up to about 30 - 40 cm. in height.
Celosia Kelos comes in different shades of purple, pink and orange.

Available from florists and garden centres from April until October.

Put the plant indoors in a light position, out of direct sunlight. As soon as there’s no more chance of night frosts, it can be put outside as well.
Water regularly and prevent the pot ball from drying out. Add some general plant food every week for maintaining its beautiful leaf colour.

 

Combine a few plants in a large dish or pot for a lavish feast of feathery flower spikes!
In summer, Celosia Kelos forms an excellent combination with bedding plants.
In autumn, it combines very well with plants like outdoor cyclamen, Calocephalus and ornamental cabbages.

 

Cyclamen Maxiwella F1 Bells

Cyclamen Maxiwella Bells has, just like its little sister Miniwella Bellissima, a striking presence. This cyclamen has unique bell-shaped flowers with a playful frilly edge.

Cyclamen belong to the primrose family (Primulaceae) and are native to Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel and Tunisia.

Miniwella Cyclamen are F1-hybrids, which means that the plants are strong and flower profusely.

Cyclamen are widely available in autumn and winter.

 

Maxiwella Bells Cyclamen have no problems with the living room climate. Even over a radiator, they will keep in good shape.
Deadheading and removal of yellow leaves is best done with a short sharp tug, thus ensuring that the entire stem is pulled off. This prevents stems rotting in the plant.
Water by submerging the pot in lukewarm water or by watering from the bottom of the plant using a dish placed under the pot.
Put Cyclamen in a light position but not in full sunlight.

- Cyclamen Maxiwella Bells is a lovely, original plant that makes a wonderful gift!
- Especially during the December month, it is a good idea to display a few festive Maxiwella Bells plants in a group! The cheerfully coloured cyclamen bells will provide a festive ambience to the living room.