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Hanging plants have always been an ideal solution for those who have little space to place them on the ground or in pots: discover the latest news and trends in the entire Flob catalog!You will find plants to hang for all tastes!
Name: Phlebodium aureum Blue StarFamily: PolypodiaceaeCountry of origin: Florida, Central America, HawaiiPot diameter: 12 cmBasin base height: 35 cmFlowering: rare History and curiosity: It is a variety of very decorative fern with leafy color to blue. Its name derives from the Greek "phlebos" or "vein".
Name: Kalanchoe ThyrsifloraFamily: CrassulaceaeCountry of origin: MadagascarVase diameter: 12 cmFlowering period: WinterHistory and curiosity: To gift this plant is considered a good wish for the home.
Name: Sansevieria HappyFamily: AgavaceaeCountry of origin: Africa Pot diameter: 12 cmBlooming season: summer (it rarely blooms if left indoor) History and curiosities: the elegant Sansevieria is the ideal plant to use indoor, thanks to its capability of purifying air by eliminating toxic substances which become stagnant in the household environment.
Name: Calathea SanderianaFamily: MarantaceaeCountry of origin: South AmericaVase diameter: 12 cmHeight from vessel base: 35 cmHistory and curiosities: The name Calathea derives from the Greek "Kalathos" or "basket", because the Indians used its long leaves to create baskets.
Name: Sansevieria MusicaFamily: AgavaceaeCountry of origin: West Africa Pot diameter: 12 cmBlooming season: rare in pot, at the end of summer History and curiosities: according to Feng shui, this plant spreads positive energy FREE SHIPPING
Name: Beaucarnea Nolina recurvataFamily: AgavaceaeCountry of origin: Central AmericaVessel Diameter: 20 cmBasin base height: 40 cmFlowering period: rareHistory and curiosity: The name "Smoke-eater" comes from the fact that this plant has the ability to absorb harmful gases and fumes.
Name: Nephrolepis Emina Family: ArecaceaeCountry of origin: America, Africa, Pacific islandPot diameter: 12 cmHeight: 35 cmFlowering: rareHistory and curiosity: It has purified air properties; The name comes from the appearance of the leaves that resembles the tail of a dragon.
Name: Sansevieria zeylanicaFamily: RuscaceaeCountry of origin: West AfricaDiameter of the vase: 12 cmHeight from pot base: 40 cmBlooming: rareHistory and curiosities: The zeylanica variety is considered among the largest Sansevierie: in nature it reaches even 2 meters
Name: Aglaonema ModestumFamily: AraceaeCountry of origin: ChinaDiameter of the pot: 12 cmHeight: 35 cmCuriosity: One of its peculiarities is that it grows easily when cut at the bottom, so it is easy to reinvigorate it if it becomes ungraceful.
Name: Sansevieria Fernwood PunkFamily: LiliaceaeCountry of origin: Tropical areas Pot diameter: 12 cmBlooming season: end of summer History and curiosities: the first specimen of Sanseveria was observed by an Italian botanist, while the type called Fernwood Punk owns its name to the particular hair look which once was very fashionable.
Name: Alocasia LauterbachianaFamily: AraceaeCountry of origin: India Orientale e Malesia.Pot diameter. 12 cmHeight: 50 cmFlowering: noneHistory and curiosity: These plants are known as "elephant ears" for the shape of the leaves.
Name: Calathea Rose Family: Marantaceae Country of origin: South America Diameter of the vase: 12 cm Height: 35 cm History and curiosity: The name Calathea derives from the Greek "Kalathos" or "basket", because the Indians used its long leaves to create baskets.
Name: Sansevieria Fernwood MikadoFamily: AgavaceaeCountry of origin: West Africa, from Nigeria to CongoPot diameter: 12 cm History and curiosities: this is a hybrid commonly called "frosted spear", because the colour and shape of its leaves.
Name: Beaucarnea NolinaFamily: AgavaceaeCountry of origin: Central AmericaDiameter of the vase: 12 cmHeight from pot base: 40 cmFlowering period: rareHistory and curiosity: The name "Mangiafumo" derives from the fact that this plant has the ability to absorb harmful gases and fumes.
Name: Tillandsia Curly SlimFamily: BromeliaceaeCountry of origin: Central and South AmericaJar diameter: 12cmHeight: 25 -30 cmHistory and curiosity: it is used by scientists as an indicator of pollution thanks to its absorption capacity
Name: Pachira money treeFamily: BombacaceaeCountry of origin: China, Japan, ThailandVase diameter: 12 cmFlowering: rareHistory and curiosity: In the Far East, it is considered a "tree of good fortune": according to popular legends the leaves attracted the money, and the trunk held it inside.