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Trends and tips

The story of Rhipsalis Very unusual: Rhipsalis is actually a cactus, but without the spikes. This houseplant is a fast grower that hangs down in long messy tendrils or grows upwards in a bushy form. Dark green at the top, a bit wispy at the ends, fabulous for exciting peepholes and tabletop meadows. The plant is also known as mistletoe cactus, and is virtually maintenance-free. Rhipsalis copes ...Read more

Flowers, plants, accessories

Flowers

Wholesaler for daily fresh flowers, domestic and exotic flowers and plants, arranged by colour and size.

Plants

Our Cash & Carries have a very wide and up-to-date selection of beautiful green and flowering plants, for both terraces and gardens.

Accessories

We supply the latest trends in glassware, baskets, ceramics and decorative products as well as the basic materials you require.

News and events

Selection matches the spirit of times Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk will again be placing a cut flower or a group of cut flowers in the spotlight every month next year, supported with inspiring and informative content. The 2019 Flower Agenda tempts consumers to bring flowers into their home, and provides the media with inspiration and support in publicising everything that is beautiful and ...
Houseplants of the Month fit within the style trends for 2019 Thejoyofplants.co.uk will again be putting a selected houseplant, or group of houseplants, in the spotlight every month in 2019. The specially produced photography will also take into account of the style trends for 2019. The images and the texts that we create for the consumer will also link up with the new growth platform: ‘Interior ...
A new version of our mobile app Agora Group is now available for both Apple and Android devices. Online shopping on your smarthpone or tablet Our weekly promotions and other exclusive deals Stay informed of our events Discover the latest trends Click on the scan icon (barcode) and find out if the item is available ...
The ‘ Houseplant of the Month ’ campaign will continue in 2018. This PR-campaign shows off the wide and deep range of houseplants. It also enables us to provide the press and consumers with news about different plants every month, with the ultimate aim of persuading consumers that you feel better with plants around you, and consequently, buy more plants. We are thereby also offering the trade and ...