An exotic Amazonian air purifier – meet the Calathea Lancifolia
Calathea Lancifolia is a singular beauty, with dark green leaves that display bold patterns and flashes of snakeskin-like iridescence. But this plant is perhaps best loved for its ability to absorb toxins and purify the air. It likes plenty of moisture, warmth, and light but shies away from direct sunlight, so it’s perfect choice for your Northern-facing windowsills. Mist this Brazilian beauty freely with our Haws Mister.
Calathea Lancifolia is non-toxic and safe for kids and pets.48€
A colorful showpiece that freshens the air – introducing the Croton
The croton has thick, long beautifully multi-colored leaves that filter pollutants from indoor environments. It is a delicate being that requires some care, but when happy and well it’s a gorgeous showpiece. It’s even been called the wonder plant! The Croton is native to the Pacific islands of Southeast Asia, but does well in Europe with a proper balance of indirect sunlight and moist, well-drained soil. Pick up a Haws Mister from the Be.Green accessories store – the Croton is happiest when misted regularly!
The Croton is not safe for pets and can cause skin irritation. If you’re looking for an air-purifying, pet-friendly alternative, try the elegant Parlor Palm.24€24€
Pretty and popular with a tropical air – meet Dieffenbachia
The Dieffenbachia is a lush beauty, with broad green and white leaves. It is native to the South American tropics and has a tropical flair, but grows very easily in most environments, so it is very well loved. Dieffenbachia is an air purifier, but toxic when consumed – its milky sap contains crystals that temporarily numb the vocal chords (hence it’s also knows as “Dumb Cane”) – so keep it somewhere safe to enjoy its benefits to your air quality.
If you have small children or pets in the house, the Boston Fern is a great non-toxic alternative that cleans the air.36€36€
A cactus-like, flowering succulent – meet Euphorbia Ingens
Euphorbia Ingens, also called the African Candelabra Tree, is a gorgeous branched succulent that produces bright yellow flowers. Also called Cowboy Cactus, Euphorbia Ingens has a unique desert plant-like appearance and is known to attract butterflies and bees. It’s very easy to care for as a houseplant, and adds a great design accent. Beware that its sap can cause irritation on contact, so pick up a pair of pruning gloves to care for Euphorbia with ease.
Euphorbia Ingens is not safe for pets and can cause skin irritation. If you’re looking for a tree-like, pet-friendly alternative, try the Kentia Palm.24€24€
A stylish, sculptural statement plant — meet the Fiddle Leaf Fig.
Whether your style leans toward modernist or bohemian, the broad and shapely leaves of the fiddle leaf fig will add a designer touch of green to your home. This distant relative of the common fig tree originally hails from the tropical rainforests of West Africa, so it appreciates humid environments with plenty of bright, indirect light. You can help your plant to thrive by gently cleaning its leaves with a damp cloth to keep them free of sun-blocking dust. We also highly recommend regular misting with our Haws Mister to boost humidity and make your fiddle leaf fig as happy as it makes you.
Fiddle leaf fig is not safe for pets. If you’re looking for a versatile, pet-friendly alternative, consider the stately Kentia Palm.36€
Playful, quirky, and rewarding — meet Pilea.
Pilea peperomioides, also known as the Chinese money plant, is a unique and eye-catching gem on the wishlist of plant lovers everywhere. Featuring coin-shaped leaves, Pilea is a vibrant green houseplant that will add a bold geometric element to your space. It appreciates bright, indirect light but is adaptable to lower-light environments. Pilea is nicknamed “the friendship plant” for its prodigious ability to produce small pups, or baby plants, that can be gifted to your friends or left in the pot to grow and thrive.
Pilea is non-toxic and safe for pets.19€19€