Anthurium is a genus of more than 800 tropical species found from Mexico to northern Argentina and Uruguay.
They are grown for their brightly colored flower spathes and their ornamental leaves.
In Greek, the name Anthurium means tail flower.
If you're just starting your plant adventure, we gathered here quite a few tropical plants for you to begin with :
Some of the coolest, most unusual, and unique indoor plants, all with fantastic foliage, weird and beautiful shapes and patterns, and funny growing habits.
Philodendron is a large neotropical genus with over 900 species. Regardless of their popularity, many are unsubscribed, and some at risk of extinction due to destruction of tropical forests.
In Greek, "philo" means "love," and "dendron" means "tree" - the name refers to the lifestyle of these plants.
Started online in 2019, Unifolia is a Berlin-based plant shop with a wide collection of tropical plants, proudly accommodating a greenhouse full of aroids. An exotic plant collector’s Heaven and a green oasis in the heart of the city.
We take care of each plant individually and only use real images for every plant available in our online shop.
You can pick up your leafy friend from us directly, but we also ship all over Europe!
Our plants come from all around the world. They are brave, unique soon to be roommates that have traveled from far and wide, meaning they need a fair amount of time to get used to their new environment.
We help them acclimate and make sure that they are ready to find their forever home here, in Europe.
We never ship them sooner than they are ready, and that's allowing us to get to know and enjoy every new leaf we care for - that's why we use to call them pre-loved plants!
Easy to care for and super trendy! The lady's tongue 'Laurentii' (Sansevieria trifasciata). The 'Laurentii' feels at home in the living room and bedroom as well as in the office and home office. The deep green foliage with a yellow border attracts attention and also purifies the air.
The plant doesn't need a lot of attention. Water the Sansevieria once every 3 weeks. The plant cannot tolerate too much water and frost. We put the plant in a bright place, not in the sun, then the leaves are best left green.
The plant is in a 17 cm nursery pot.