Philodendron 'Xanadu'
Philodendron xanadu is a houseplant with large lanceolate, deeply dissected glossy leaves. The stems and leaf veins turn deep red in older plants.
Normally requires moist soil, but drier in winter. Lots of light but no direct sunlight.
A normal room temperature of 18-22°C.
Ugly leaves can simply be cut away.
The cream colored bloom is rare.
Philodendron squaliferum
A strange Philo' among the Philodendrons. The shape of the leaves is more common, but the stems of these leaves are dotted with small red strings. The squamiferum is a climbing plant that needs a good support in the form of a bamboo stick or a coconut pole. A healthy plant produces leaf after leaf after leaf in a growing season.
Philodendron 'Narrow Escape'
The Philodendron Narrow Escape is distinguished from the Philodendron family by its narrow, serrated leaves. A special, playful and also easy houseplant.
Philodendron 'Malay Gold'
Variant of the Philodendron with very pale green to yellow leaves. A strain from Thailand that will certainly appreciate a high humidity. Occasional misting with the plant sprayer is therefore recommended. Prefers a light spot without direct sunlight, but morning sun is still possible. Keep the root ball slightly moist and do not water too much. After all, the species can withstand dehydration better than wet feet.
Philodendron 'Imperial Red'
The popular Philodendron Imperial Red has heart-shaped dark green and red leaves and is native to the tropical rainforests of Central and South America. This easy-care, large and green houseplant prefers a place in the (semi) shade.
Philodendron 'Imperial Green'
The Philodendron Imperial Green cannot be missed in our range of green heroes. This hero prefers a slightly moist soil and a place in the shade or partial shade. The origin of this powerhouse lies in the rainforests of South America. It is always humid here and this hero is overshadowed by the larger trees. Hence the love for water and shade.
Philodendron 'Dragon Tail'
The Philodendron Dragon Tail is an amazing strain that you will rarely come across! Its leaves have a beautiful structure with pronounced, deepened veins. The most special thing about this special plant is the leaf transformation as the plant matures. As she grows, the leaves will begin to show the windows and be almost unrecognizable from her younger state. The slits then run down to the midrib and this really gives her a unique look.
Monstera minima
The plant has a special growth habit, namely sideways instead of most plants that grow in height. It is naturally a strong vining plant. The uniqueness of this plant is that it shows holes in the leaves from an early age. This is in contrast to the popular Monstera deliciosa. The Monstera minima is also a fast grower. Perfect for plant lovers who like to see their plant grow.
Alocasia 'Zebrina'
The Alocasia Zebrina is a beautiful tropical plant. It originally comes from Asia and still grows wild in several places there. Its large leaves really stand out, but also its zebra-like stems are beautiful. The way of growing is different from the average plant. It shoots out of the ground and the leaf then unrolls on the new stems.
Alocasia 'Stingray'
I owe my name to my striking, erect, wing-like leaves that end in a pointed tail similar to that of a stingray. Give me a nice place in your interior and because of my special leaf shape I make sure that everyone is impressed by me.
Alocasia lutea
Giant elephant ear can grow to a very large plant of up to 2m high and wide and even more. The green leaves are also very large and are on golden yellow to lime green stems. Requires a light position without direct sunlight and a nutrient-rich, moist yet well-drained soil.
Alocasia portadora
Looking for a beautiful Alocasia Portadora (Elephant Ear)? With its huge leaves, this Alocasia Portadora is a real big green eye-catcher in your home!