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Houseplants

Houseplants

A houseplant instantly brightens up your interior. By combining several houseplants, you can create an urban jungle effect in your own living room, office or business. Under the motto: "one is nothing!", we strongly advise you to choose several plant friends. After all, you don't want your new plant to feel lonely, right?

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  • Calathea White Fusion (Peacock Plant) ↑ 14 cm

    Calathea White Fusion (Peacock Plant) ↑ 14 cm

    The Calathea 'White Fusion', set in a Ø14 cm pot and standing at about 14 cm tall, is an exceptionally attractive indoor plant known for its unique leaf patterns. This variety of Calathea is characterized by the stunning mix of white, green, and sometimes light purple hues on its leaves, creating a striking visual effect. The 'White Fusion' is perfect for plant enthusiasts who want to make a statement in their interior with eye-catching foliage. This plant thrives best in bright, indirect light but must be protected from direct sunlight to prevent discoloration and damage to the delicate leaves. The Calathea 'White Fusion' requires regular watering; the soil should be kept evenly moist but without waterlogging. High humidity is also appreciated, making it advisable to regularly mist the leaves. With its refined leaf patterns and specific care requirements, the 'White Fusion' is an excellent addition to any plant collection, offering both visual interest and an exotic flair.

  • Epiphyllum Anguliger (Fishbone Cactus) ↑ 35 cm

    Epiphyllum Anguliger (Fishbone Cactus) ↑ 35 cm

    The Epiphyllum Anguliger, set in a Ø14 cm pot and standing at about 35 cm tall, is a unique and striking indoor plant known for its unusual leaf shapes that resemble fish bones. This plant, also known as the Fishbone Cactus or Zigzag Cactus, adds an exotic and artistic element to any interior. The 'Anguliger' is ideal for enthusiasts of unique plants and is perfect for creating a conversation piece in the home or office. This plant thrives best in bright, indirect light but can also survive well in partial shade, making it a versatile choice for various home environments. Direct sunlight should be avoided to prevent damage to the delicate leaves. The Epiphyllum Anguliger requires moderate watering; the soil should be allowed to dry out slightly between waterings. Overwatering should be avoided to prevent root rot. With its striking leaf patterns and easy care, the 'Anguliger' is an excellent addition to any plant collection, offering both visual interest and a touch of unique beauty.

    € 18,95

  • Sansevieria Black Superba (Snake Plant) ↑ 45 cm

    Sansevieria Black Superba (Snake Plant) ↑ 45 cm

    The Sansevieria 'Black Superba', set in a Ø14 cm pot and standing at about 45 cm tall, is a robust and stylish indoor plant known for its dark green, almost black leaves. This variety of Sansevieria, also known as the Snake Plant or Mother-in-Law's Tongue, is perfect for adding a modern and minimalist touch to any space. The 'Black Superba' is especially appealing to those seeking a low-maintenance plant with a strong, architectural look. This plant thrives best in bright, indirect light but is extremely adaptable and can also survive well in low light conditions, making it a versatile choice for various home environments. Direct sunlight should be avoided to prevent discoloration of the dark leaves. The Sansevieria 'Black Superba' requires low water; the soil should completely dry out between waterings. With its striking leaf color and easy care, the 'Black Superba' is not just a visually appealing addition to the home but also a practical choice for busy plant enthusiasts.

  • Calathea Fusion White Basic (Peacock Plant) ↑ 40 cm

    Calathea Fusion White Basic (Peacock Plant) ↑ 40 cm

    The Calathea 'Fusion White', set in a basic Ø14 cm pot and standing at about 40 cm tall, is a striking indoor plant known for its spectacular leaves. This variety stands out with its unique pattern of white, green, and sometimes light pink stripes, making each leaf a work of art in itself. The 'Fusion White' is a wonderful choice for anyone looking to enrich their interior with a plant that is both visually captivating and brings a soothing, tropical atmosphere. This plant thrives best in bright, indirect light and should be protected from direct sunlight, which can damage the delicate leaves. The Calathea 'Fusion White' requires high humidity and regular watering, with the soil needing to stay evenly moist but without waterlogging. Thanks to its need for high humidity and preference for indirect light, the 'Fusion White' is not just an aesthetically appealing addition but also contributes to a healthier indoor environment by increasing air humidity.

    € 15,95

  • Yucca Elephantipes (Palm Lily) ↑ 40 cm

    Yucca Elephantipes (Palm Lily) ↑ 40 cm

    The Yucca Elephantipes, set in a Ø14 cm pot and standing at about 40 cm tall, is a compact and stylish indoor plant known for its sturdy, sword-shaped leaves. This smaller version of the Yucca is perfect for those looking to bring an elegant desert vibe into their space without taking up too much room. With its easy care and minimalist appearance, it's an ideal plant for both beginners and experienced plant enthusiasts. This plant thrives best in bright, indirect light but can also tolerate direct sunlight, which contributes to its growth and the health of the leaves. The Yucca Elephantipes has low water needs; the soil should dry out well between waterings to avoid overwatering and root rot. This low-maintenance plant is not only a visually appealing addition to any room but can also help improve air quality by filtering out harmful toxins.

  • Calathea Rufibarba (Peacock Plant) ↑ 50 cm

    Calathea Rufibarba (Peacock Plant) ↑ 50 cm

    Meet the Calathea Rufibarba, also known as the Peacock Plant, a graceful green beauty that brightens up any interior. Standing at 50 cm tall with its unique velvety leaves, it adds a touch of elegance to your space. The wavy, dark green leaves with their distinctive purple underside are a visual treat. Not only is the Peacock Plant beautiful, but it also purifies the air. It thrives in a spot with indirect light and prefers high humidity. Ensure that its soil remains consistently lightly moist but avoid overwatering. This Calathea is perfect for plant enthusiasts who love a challenge and want a unique addition to their green collection.

    € 13,95

  • Fargesia rufa (Bamboo Plant) ↑ 40cm

    Fargesia rufa (Bamboo Plant) ↑ 40cm

    The Fargesia Rufa, a non-invasive bamboo, is a charming green gem for both indoor and outdoor settings. With its modest height of 40 cm, housed in a Ø14 cm pot, it's perfect for small spaces or as a graceful addition to your garden. This bamboo is low maintenance. It prefers a spot with indirect sunlight and thrives well in partial shade. Direct sunlight? Better not, to protect its delicate leaves. In terms of watering, the Fargesia Rufa is quite straightforward. Keep its soil lightly moist, but avoid a waterlogged condition for the roots. This makes it an ideal green companion for anyone who loves a touch of nature without too much fuss.

    € 14,95

Houseplants

What type of plant is right for me?

Not every kind of plant suits you, your lifestyle or interior. It is good to know what to expect from a plant and what it can expect from you. Because yes, plants also need love and attention. So it is good to know in advance where you are going to put your plant. In the living room, bedroom, in the office or in a catering space? Once you have determined the spot, you are also going to know right away whether the plant will get a lot or little light. How big or small can you go? Can the plant attract all the attention or do you prefer to keep it small and subtle? Are there any pets that might nibble on your plant and might get sick from it? It is important to ask yourself these questions before choosing a plant. That way, you are sure to find a nice plant that suits you!

You can come to us for different types of houseplants. From tropical mini-plants for terrariums, small or large houseplants to office plants and plants with trendy pots. From Aloe Vera to Zamioculcas: we have it all!

Large houseplants

Imagine yourself in a lush jungle with urbanjungl's large houseplants. Some XL houseplants can grow up to 2 metres tall. Combine some of these large plants for a real urban jungle feel in your living room or office. 

Banana plant

The impressive leaves of this tropical banana plant will give you an instant jungle feel. This is a magnificent and large houseplant that can fit perfectly into a beautiful, open space. Whether you put it in your living room, office or entrance hall: the banana plant will attract attention. What's more, this plant is also pet-friendly. Meanwhile, as you enjoy the company of this deliciously tropical plant, it will do its best to also give something back for your good care. Within 3 years, you can expect bananas from this hero. This plant likes to stand in moist potting soil and enjoys plenty of light and warmth. However, do not place the banana plant in full sunlight, it does not like that. Then you will get no bananas as a punishment.

Ficus Audrey

Ficus Audrey has a lot to offer you. On the one hand, this plant purifies the air and, on the other, Ficus increases the humidity in your living room, office or business because it evaporates water. This plant can grow quite large. Give Ficus a bigger pot every second spring and watch it grow. Be careful if you have four-legged friends in the house: this plant is slightly toxic.

Ficus Lyrata

Introducing the captivating Ficus Lyrata, also known as the Tobacco Plant or Violet Leaf Plant, a stunning addition to any interior space. Its iconic, oversized, violin-shaped leaves make a bold statement, instantly elevating the ambiance of your home or office. With its glossy, deep green foliage and prominent veins, this houseplant exudes elegance and sophistication. The Ficus Lyrata thrives in bright, indirect light and appreciates regular watering, allowing you to easily care for its beauty. As a natural air purifier, it not only enhances your decor but also improves indoor air quality. Bring nature's charm indoors with the enchanting Ficus Lyrata. 

Zamioculcas

Zamioculcas is a beautiful, shiny and green plant that belongs to the succulents or succulents. As this plant stores water in its stem and roots, it can do without water for a while. With the Zamioculcas, you get a beautiful plant with a cool look in your home. Zamioculcas is highly toxic to humans and animals when consumed.

Sansevieria Zeylanica

The Sansevieria, also known colloquially as 'bowstring hemp', is a plant with upright, pointed green marbled leaves. The plant requires little attention, making it perfect for those lacking a green thumb. You will make the Sansevieria happy with a spot in semi-shade and a little water every few weeks. Your pets had better not nibble the leaves, as the Sansevieria Zeylanica is poisonous.

Polyscias Ming

More shrub than plant, curly leaves and a light green colour? That's the Polyscias Ming. The Polyscias or Aralia is an evergreen shrub that can grow up to 2 metres tall. This plant likes a moist potting soil that is certainly not too wet, as it will drown. Do not put it in direct sunlight, as it does not like that either.

Polyscias Balfouriana

This plant is known for its green, round leaves with a white rim. The Polyscias looks like a miniature tree and therefore contributes to that lovely urban jungle vibe. This plant likes moist soil, direct sunlight and is non-toxic to pets.

Philodendron Green Wonder

This Philodendron Green Wonder wears its heart on its leaf and immediately demands a sizable spot in your living space, office or commercial shop. This plant has a long stem and large leaves that grow widely. It prefers semi-shade and slightly moist soil. Do not give this plant too much water, as it will drown. Cats soon tend to chew on the giant leaves, but they had better not do so, as the leaves are poisonous when consumed.

Monstera Delisciosa

The Monstera or Swiss cheese plant is a low-maintenance houseplant that is popular with many people because of its trendy look. This trendy plant prefers a bright spot and enjoys a moist potting soil. Moreover, this plant is extremely easy to propagate. Although the Monstera is a real eyecatcher in your interior and also purifies the air, it is not so good for any pets in the house.

Kentia Palm

Imagine yourself in the tropical jungle with the Kentia palm. With its large, broad and fresh-green leaves, the Kentia palm is the king of palms. This plant is used to standing in the shade, but also likes a lighter spot. So the Kentia palm is perfect for a darker spot. The Kentia palm prefers moist potting soil that can be moistened twice a day. You can safely bring this plant into your home, as it is not poisonous to pets.

Strelitzia Nicolai

You probably know this plant better by the name of giant white bird of paradise. This is a popular houseplant because of its beautiful, large leaves. This plant likes to drink a lot and prefers to be in direct sunlight. The fruits of the Strelitzia are slightly poisonous, but the houseplant version of this species will not bear fruit. So basically, your pets are safe, thankfully!

Schefflera Luseana bush

The Schefflera Luseana bush or octopus tree is a plant with small, dark leaves. This plant does not like a lot of water and needs only one serving of water a week. Preferably, the Schefflera Luseana bush languishes in semi-shade. Unfortunately, this plant is slightly toxic to pets.

Ficus Robusta

This beautiful plant with glossy, dark green leaves is better known as the rubber fig. Ficus Robusta likes a nice light spot in the sun. In summer, Ficus needs watering twice a week and in winter only once. So you don't have to care for the plant intensively. It is better to keep your pets away from it, though, because the plant is poisonous if consumed.

Dieffenbachia seguine 'Tropic Snow'

What a long, difficult name for a houseplant. Let's just call him Derek in this introduction for ease of reading. Derek is a handsome fellow. Derek's leaves look like works of art, but beware: the leaves of this plant are poisonous to four-legged friends. And also for humans, but we assume you won't be nibbling on Derek's leaves, right? The Dieffenbachia -better known as Derek- originates from the rainforest and therefore likes to be moist. Put Derek in a semi-shaded spot and this chap is happy.

Codiaeum Petra

This houseplant is better known as Croton, but we are going to call her Petra for a moment. This plant just might have won a plant beauty pageant with its beautifully coloured leaves. Like a real pageant winner, Petra needs plenty of love and attention. She doesn't like being too wet, but not too dry either and she enjoys the sun, but not at the hottest time of day. Give Petra the love she deserves, and she will reward you for it.

Alocasia Wentii

They also sometimes call the Alocasia Wentii hardy elephant's ear because the shape of the leaves resembles it. The large leaves are green and arrow-shaped with a dark red underside. This plant prefers a light spot without getting direct sunlight on its leaves. Furthermore, it likes to be watered once a week.

Alocasia Cucullata

Like its little brother Wentii, the Cucullata has leaves that resemble the ear of an elephant. You need quite high ceilings as this companion grows as much as 2 metres tall. This plant prefers a light spot and is thirsty once a week.

Areca

This houseplant belongs to the palm family. This beautiful palm, also called betel palm, has light green leaves and can grow nice and large. The Areca prefers not to have too much water; a slightly moist soil will suffice. A spot in front of a north-facing window would be ideal for this plant. Moreover, cats or dogs can come and sniff this plant, as it is non-toxic to four-legged friends.

Aspidistra

In the wild, this plant grows mainly as a ground cover, but this info is of no use to you at all. What might interest you: this plant hardly needs any attention. Sunny or dark? Both are good. Water or suddenly no water for a long time? Fine. The Aspidistra is a low-maintenance plant and thus extremely suitable for wannabe plant moms and dads with a lack of a green thumb.

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