Name: Pilea peperomioidesFamily: UrticaceaeCountry of origin: ChinaDiameter of the vase: 14 cmHeight: 25 cmHistory and curiosity: The Pilea is the most photogenic and social plant of the moment! A must for greening your apartment!
Name: Sansevieria TrifasciataFamily: RuscaceaeCountry of origin: West AfricaVase diameter: 12 cmHeight: 45 cmFlowering: rareHistory and curiosity: The Trifasciata variety is also known in Italy as "Lingua di suocera".
Name: Banana Oriental DwarfFamily: MusaceaeCountry of origin: South-east of AsiaPot diameter: 12 cmHeight: 35 cmFlowering: rareHistory and curiosity: The spread of banana plants occurred in South-East Asia in prehistoric times.
Name: Clusia rosea "Princess"Family: ClusiaceaeCountry of origin: Central America, CaribbeanPot diameter: 12 cmHeight: 35 cmFlowering period: springHistory and curiosity: In their countries of origin they are often used as urban furniture.
Name: Caffè arabica Family: Rubiaceae Country of origin: EtiopiaPot diameter: 12 cmHeight: 25 cmFlowering: SpringHistory and curiosity: In its natural habitat is a shrub capable of reaching and exceeding 8 meters in height.
Name: Calathea Fusion whiteFamily: MarantaceaeCountry of origin: South AmericaDiameter of the vase: 12 cmHeight from pot base: 40 cmHistory and curiosity: it is a scenographic interior plant due to the white of its leaves, which mixed with green and lilac creates unique nuances.
Name: Sansevieria TwisterFamily: AgavaceeCountry of origin: plant originating from tropical regions in AfricaPot diameter: 12 cmBlooming season: the plant blooms at the end of summer (but rarely) History and curiosities: also called "snake plate" or "mother-in-law's tongue", this strong plant has leathery leaves which grow with slight undulations.
Name: BambooFamily: PoaceaeCountry of origin: AsiaVase diameter: 12 cmBasin base height: 25 cmFlowering: rareHistory and curiosity: It is the main food of the Giant Panda. It finds many uses as building material and building materials, as well as Asian cuisine.
Name: Tradescantia SpathaceaFamily: CommelinaceaeCountry of origin: Central and South AmericaPot diameter: 12 cmHeight: 35 cmFlowering: rareHistory and curiosity: Its leaves are two-colored: dark green "metallized" on the upper and purple-magenta page on the bottom page.
Name: Aloe veraFamily:AloaceaeCountry of origin:TropicalPot diameter: 12 cmBlooming season: summer History and curiosities: Aloe Vera is a multipurpose product; In the field of medicine, cosmetics and cooking, it makes miracles! Aloe Vera has been used since antiquity to relieve wounds, burns and insect bites.
Name: Philodendron monstera deliciosaFamily: AraceaeCountry of origin: Mexico, South AmericaDiameter of the vase: 15 cmHeight: 65 cmHistory and curiosity: A giant Monstera Deliciosa was present in the study of Henri Matisse in Nice and in the home of American designers Charles and Ray Eames in Los Angeles.
Name: Begonia Maculata WightiiFamily: BegoniaceaeCountry of origin: BrazilDiameter of the vase: 14 cmHeight: 40 cmHistory and curiosities: The begonia maculata was discovered in 1820 in Brazil by an Italian researcher; its leaves resemble the wings of an angel.
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: 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: Philodendron Monstera Monkey MaskFamily: ArecaceaeCountry of origin: Central and South AmericaPot diameter: 15 cmHeight: 35 cmFlowering: rareHistory and curiosity: The name comes from the likeness of the leaves with the face of a monkey.
Name: Sansevieria Bacularis MikadoFamily: AgavaceaeCountry of origin: Africa Pot diameter: 12 cmBlooming season: blooming is rare, in summer History and curiosities: this plant can be easily recognized by the little, thin and aubergine leaves found at its base.