A dear old friend enjoys resurgent popularity. When looking back on past decades – and also into the present – the growing desire for neo-retro styles is obvious. And also from the pool of childhood memories, the carnation is also experiencing a grand revival.
Little heroes can meet (almost) any challenge and reward their owners for even minimal care with profuse flowering.
Flowers and plants are the No. 1 present for Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day. Even as little greeting gifts, consumers place high value on blooms.
Sustainability and back-to-nature themes are becoming increasingly important for many consumers.
Homeland is more than just house and home. It is a life feeling that is somewhere between the beloved scents of childhood and a kind of warmth and security that can only come from the existence of familiar values.
As the harbinger of the Christmas festivities, the red poinsettia is a traditional, decorative highlight. Available now in more colours than ever before, this bestselling plant has growing potential.
The garden has established itself as the favourite place for spending summer days. It is the preferred meeting point for family and friends and is gradually becoming a green living room in need of decoration.