A lush, natural humidifier – introducing the Areca Palm
The Areca Palm adds a regal and tropical flair, with its abundant, feather-like fronds. A native of Madagascar and South India it is also known as the Golden Cane Palm or Butterfly Palm. Featured in NASA’s Clean Air Study as a natural humidifier, the Areca Palm effectively removes chemicals from the air. While these plants can seem temperamental at first – they like bright light, but no direct sun – with time you’ll master the right balance of water and sunlight to keep them happy and full of foliage for years to come.
The Areca Palm is non-toxic and safe for kids and pets.48€48€
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 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€
Bold, exotic, the life of the party — meet Monstera Deliciosa.
Renowned for its broad, glossy leaves that emerge in an inspiring variety of cut-out patterns, it’s easy to understand why Monstera is sometimes called the swiss cheese plant. Native to Central America, this large and stylish houseplant will instantly add a tropical vibe to your home sanctuary. Better yet, Monstera is an easy-going, easy-growing plant that is fairly drought tolerant and able to thrive in a variety of light levels. Monstera is a perfect fit for plant lovers who want to make a big statement without the time commitment of some of our more challenging tropical plants.
Monstera is not safe for pets. If you’re looking for a pet-safe alternative, consider the stately Kentia Palm.56€
A perfect starter plant – meet the Parlour Palm
Chamaedorea is called the Parlor Palm because of its appearance in the background of many a Victorian era royal photo. Interior designers love it! A native of Mexico, the Parlor Palm is on NASA’s list of air cleaning houseplants. It is non-toxic, easy to care for and thrives in both shade and sunlight, making it one of the most popular houseplants in the world.
The Parlor Palm is non-toxic and safe for kids and pets.48€48€