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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: Sansevieria moonshineFamily: RuscaceaeCountry of origin: Southern Africa, AsiaDiameter of the vase: 12 cmHeight from pot base: 40 cmHistory and curiosity: The Moonshinedeve variety takes its name from the fact that the young leaves have an elegant light gray-green, similar to the color of the moon.
Name: Calathea DottieFamily: MarantaceaeCountry of origin: South AmericaDiameter of the vase: 12 cmHeight from pot base: 40 cmHistory and curiosities: The nickname Dottie derives from the delicate edge of the magenta-dotted leaf.
Name: Tradescantia NanoukFamily: CommelinaceaeCountry of origin: Central and South AmericaDiameter of the pot: 12 cmHeight from pot base: 30 cmFlowering: rareHistory and curiosity: Tradescantia is also known as "misery herb" precisely because it is able to survive even in very difficult conditions
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 Straight Family: AgavaceaeCountry of origin: Africa Pot diameter: 12 cmBlooming season: summer (it rarely blooms if left indoor)History and curiosities: Sansevieria Straight has the capacity of absorbing electromagnetic waves generated by TV sets, computers and other electrical devices.
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: 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: PeperomiaFamily: PiperaceaeCountry of origin: AmericaPot diameter: 12 cmHeight: 35 cmFlowering: rareHistory and curiosity: The name Peperomia comes from the Greek "pepper" pepper and omolos "similar" for its resemblance to the Pepe plant.