Name: Monstera Minima (Rhaphidophora tetrasperma)Family: AraceaeCountry of origin: Thailandia, MalesiaDiameter of the vase: 12 cmHeight: 35 cmHistory and curiosity: The name derives from the Latin mostifer, "which generates monsters", attributed to the strange shape of the leaves which takes on a "monstrous" appearance, in this rare variety the...
Name: Chlorophytum amaniensis "Fire Flash"Family: AsparagaceaeCountry of origin: East AfricaDiameter of the pot: 12 cmHeight: 30 cmCuriosity: Introduced in the United States in the late 90s. It is an unusual plant in Europe.
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: Microsorum diversifoliumFamily: PolypodiaceaeDimensions: H 28 cmCountry of origin: AustraliaHistory and curiosity: Tit is also called fern of kangaroo paws due to the particular shape of its leaves.
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: 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: Davalllia Canariensis Family: PolypodiaceaeDimensions: H 28 cmCountry of origin: Polinesia, tropical AsiaHistory and curiosity: at the base of the plant grow aerial roots covered with brown hair that are worth the name of hare paw
Name: SpaphyllumFamily: AraceaeCountry of origin: Venezuela and ColombiaVase diameter: 12 cmHeight: 45 cmFlowering period: spring-summerHistory and curiosity: Their peculiarity is the total lack of stem: the leaves grow in fact directly from an underground rhizome.
Name: Nephrolepis DuffyFamily: PolipodiaceaeCountry of origin: America, Africa, Southeast Asia and Pacific IslandsDiameter of the vase: 12 cmHeight from vase base: 30 cmHistory and curiosity: It is part of all those species of Ferns known as "Boston Ferns"
Name: Dischidia Family: Asclepiadaceae Country of origin: Southeast Asia Diameter of the vase: 10 cm Height: 40cm History and curiosities: It is an epiphytic plant that grows in the forests of Southeast Asia
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.
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: Brighamia insignisFamily: CampanulaceaeCountry of origin: HawaiiPot diameter: 12 cmHeight: 40 cmFlowering period: autumn, summerHistory and curiosity: its rarity is due to the fact that the only insect recognized as the pollinator of this plant (a particular species of moth) is now extinct.
Name: Monstera DeliciosaFamily: AraceaeCountry of origin: Guatemala, MexicoDiameter of the vase: 17 cmHeight: 60 cmHistory and curiosity: The name derives from the Latin mostifer, or "that generates monsters", attributed due to the strange shape of the leaves that take on a "monstrous" appearance.
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!