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The MoreLIPS range consists of 60 varieties of green and flowering plants. You will always find the current most popular plants in the collection. With the specials in the range, you can customise your shelves to your own retail format. All plants are supplied in the distinctive MoreLIPS sleeve. Pot covers and decorative pots also add to the consumer experience on your shelves.

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MoreLIPS Anthurium Andreanum

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MoreLIPS Anthurium Andreanum

You can recognize the Anthurium by its shiny green leaves and beautiful flowers. Symbol for exotic beauty. The name is derived from the Greek words "anthos" and "oura" which means "flowering" and "tail". The perfect 'green' gift to add color to the interior. Experience the effect of this maintenance-friendly plant for yourself.

Care
Place the plant in a light place, but not in direct sunlight. Water the MoreLIPS® Anthurium once a week on the soil. Make sure the soil is moist. If you really want to spoil the Flamingo plant, spray the plant with the plant sprayer.

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MoreLIPS Cyclamen Persicum

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MoreLIPS Cyclamen Persicum
MoreLIPS Cyclamen Persicum

MoreLIPS Zantedeschia

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MoreLIPS Zantedeschia
MoreLIPS Zantedeschia

MoreLIPS Celosia Deep Purple

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MoreLIPS Celosia Deep Purple
MoreLIPS Celosia Deep Purple

MoreLIPS Brassia Summer Dream

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MoreLIPS Brassia Summer Dream

Brassia is an exclusive orchid with star-shaped flowers in shiny colours. It grows out of a bulb, that can save humidity inside. It is a special but in the same time easy-care indoor plant and flowers for a couple of weeks.

Care
Put this orchid one time per week for ca. 30 minutes in a water bath and let it drain afterwards for a little while. Spray the leaves of the Brassia during warm days with water. This orchid prefers a bright spot, although not directly in the sun. Remove withered flower stems only when the stems are completely brown. By this the plant can save all energy in its bulb, in order to have a chance on a second flowering period after the resting period.

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MoreLIPS Dracaena Marginata

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MoreLIPS Dracaena Marginata

The Dracaena Marginata is a popular houseplant. It is a family of the Asparagaceae and comes from West Africa. The marginata's that are available in the flower shops mainly come from Costa Rica. They are grown there in the open air. There are different forms. The Dragon Tree is an air-purifying plant that has been investigated as part of the NASA Clean Air Study. This plant naturally reduces the amount of benzene, formaldehyde, xylene and toluene in the air, but can itself be a bit toxic to children and pets.

Care
Put the plant in a bright location, but not in the sun. The plant doe not like a temperature below than around 13°C. The Dragon Tree purifies the air but is itself slightly toxic for children and pets. Give the Dracaena only water when the soil has dried out. The plant stores water in its stem, so it is very resilient. During the growing season, give it nourishment every six weeks.

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MoreLIPS Special Orchids

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MoreLIPS Special Orchids
MoreLIPS Special Orchids

MoreLIPS Dracaena Deremensis

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MoreLIPS Dracaena Deremensis

The mature plant can carry beautiful orange-red berries. There are 120 different types of Dracaena, some of which produce a blood-red resin. That is why he is also called dragon tree or dragon blood tree. "Deremensis" is a synonym for the species name "fragrans". He has this name because very strong scented flowers can come in. By the way, this almost never happens at home! The Dragon Tree is an air-purifying plant that has been investigated as part of the NASA Clean Air Study. This plant naturally reduces the amount of benzene, formaldehyde, xylene and toluene in the air, but can itself be a bit toxic to children and pets.

Care
Put the plant in a bright location, but not in the sun. The plant doe not like a temperature below than around 13°C. The Dracaena purifies the air but is itself slightly toxic for children and pets. Only water the Dracaena when the soil has dried out. The plant stores water in its stem, so it is very resilient. During the growing season, give it nourishment every six weeks.

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MoreLIPS Yucca

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MoreLIPS Yucca

The Yucca, Palm lily or Mayan tree comes from Guatemala. The Maya already used it in many ways. For example as a property boundary and you can still see it there in rows between the coffee plantations. You can eat the flower, the fruit and the soft growing point. With the fiber of the leaf you can weave baskets. And so on. But the Yucca is simply a versatile ornamental plant that looks good in the home, office or hospitality industry.

Care
Place your Yucca in a light position, but not in full sun. Give the houseplant regular water. The soil may dry out lightly between watering. Treat it to plant food every now and again.Is the Yucca growing quickly due to all the care and attention it is receiving? You can remove the bottom leaves when they get brown. This will give the rest of the leaves an energy boost, which will make them grow faster.

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MoreLIPS Succulenten

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MoreLIPS Succulenten
MoreLIPS Succulenten

MoreLIPS Medinilla Magnifica

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MoreLIPS Medinilla Magnifica

This majestic houseplant is an absolute eye-catcher and deserves a place where it can stand and hang freely.

Care
Medinilla likes to be in a very bright place, but not in full sun. Water only once a week. The root ball may dry slightly between waterings, prevent a foot bath. A little extra plant fertilizer every two months, preferably orchidfertilizer. Medinilla indicates how he feels. If the leaves and buds become dark to black, the root ball is too wet and / or the plant stays too dark. Lightly hanging leaves and buds require some extra water. Because the flowers hang low, Medinilla is best shown in a high place or in a high pot. As a tropical beauty, Medinilla cannot tolerate temperatures below 15 ° C. The ideal temperature for the Medinilla is between 17 and 25 degrees Celsius.

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MoreLIPS Zamioculcas Zamiifolia

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MoreLIPS Zamioculcas Zamiifolia

Easy-care indoor plants. Grateful green plants to improve the indoor climate.

Care
Easy to take care of: Keep the plant soil slightly humid during summer time and rather dry during winter time, as the plants take a break during winter.

MoreLIPS Zamioculcas Zamiifolia

MoreLIPS Spathiphyllum

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MoreLIPS Spathiphyllum
MoreLIPS Spathiphyllum

MoreLIPS Scaevola Aemula

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MoreLIPS Scaevola Aemula
MoreLIPS Scaevola Aemula

MoreLIPS Green Indoor Plants

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MoreLIPS Green Indoor Plants
MoreLIPS Green Indoor Plants

MoreLIPS Torenia Fournieri Kauai

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MoreLIPS Torenia Fournieri Kauai
MoreLIPS Torenia Fournieri Kauai

MoreLIPS Euphorbia Princettia

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MoreLIPS Euphorbia Princettia

When you think of the Poinsettia, the first thing you will think of are its coloured bracts. They are oval and bright red, salmon pink or creamy white and surround the tiny, yellow flower buds. This houseplant brings colour and warmth into your home with its distinctive appearance.

Care
Do not place the plant in a draughty or a really warm position such as near an open fire or a stove. Your poinsettia will really appreciate regular watering, especially when it is in full flower. If you want to support the plant during flowering time, add each two weeks fluid fertilizer to the pouring water. If a branch of the plant breaks off and you get a bit of the milky plant sap on your hands, wash your hands.

MoreLIPS Euphorbia Princettia

MoreLIPS Phalaenopsis

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MoreLIPS Phalaenopsis

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Butterfly orchid likes to be bright. The plant may even have direct sunlight from mid-October. Leave to stand for half an hour every ten days in a plunge pool, then drain well, done! Adding plant fertilizer or special orchid fertilizer to such a bath every three weeks helps to open all the buds.

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MoreLIPS Petunia

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MoreLIPS Petunia
MoreLIPS Petunia

MoreLIPS Pelargonium Grandiflorum

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MoreLIPS Pelargonium Grandiflorum
MoreLIPS Pelargonium Grandiflorum

MoreLIPS Gerbera

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MoreLIPS Gerbera
MoreLIPS Gerbera

MoreLIPS Mandevilla Sundaville

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MoreLIPS Mandevilla Sundaville
MoreLIPS Mandevilla Sundaville

MoreLIPS Rosa Favourite

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MoreLIPS Rosa Favourite
MoreLIPS Rosa Favourite

MoreLIPS Chrysanthemum Indicum

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MoreLIPS Chrysanthemum Indicum
MoreLIPS Chrysanthemum Indicum

MoreLIPS Kalanchoe

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MoreLIPS Kalanchoe
MoreLIPS Kalanchoe

MoreLIPS Primula Obconica

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MoreLIPS Primula Obconica

Happy Style. Compact, colourful plants for a cheerful decoration in house.

Care
Likes to be in a light and rather cool place in the house.

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MoreLIPS Portulaca

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MoreLIPS Portulaca
MoreLIPS Portulaca

MoreLIPS Cactus

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MoreLIPS Cactus
MoreLIPS Cactus

MoreLIPS Lantana

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MoreLIPS Lantana
MoreLIPS Lantana

MoreLIPS Rhododendron Simsii

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MoreLIPS Rhododendron Simsii
MoreLIPS Rhododendron Simsii

MoreLIPS Verbena

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MoreLIPS Verbena

MoreLIPS Saintpaulia

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MoreLIPS Saintpaulia
MoreLIPS Saintpaulia

MoreLIPS Ranunculus

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MoreLIPS Ranunculus

MoreLIPS Lobelia Trixi Fashion

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MoreLIPS Lobelia Trixi Fashion
MoreLIPS Lobelia Trixi Fashion

MoreLIPS Helianthus Sunsation

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MoreLIPS Helianthus Sunsation
MoreLIPS Helianthus Sunsation

MoreLIPS Anisodontea Elegans Princess

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MoreLIPS Anisodontea Elegans Princess
MoreLIPS Anisodontea Elegans Princess

MoreLIPS Cyclamen Persicum

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MoreLIPS Cyclamen Persicum
MoreLIPS Cyclamen Persicum

MoreLIPS Helleborus Niger Christmas Carol

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MoreLIPS Helleborus Niger Christmas Carol

The Christmas rose likes a sheltered position and can tolerate partial shade, but will also thrive in a sunny spot. The plant will produce fewer flowers in full shade. It's a homebody that does not like to be moved, even in pots. The Christmas rose needs quite a lot of water, and prefers soil which can retain moisture well. Its leaves will droop to signal when it's time for a top-up, and will then be firm and upright again after a couple of hours. Avoid standing water, since this will cause the roots to rot.

Dry winds can cause the Christmas rose to dry out a lot. Keep an eye on the weather forecast and give it plenty of water before the frost comes. There's no point pouring water onto frozen soil - it will just freeze and can damage the plant. The plant consumes a lot of energy by flowering during a cold period. Some extra plant food once a fortnight helps the production of new buds. The time to prune depends on the weather. The start of March is usually the best time to remove leaves and branches which have become unattractive. The first new leaves will then emerge at the end of April.

Care
Put the plant in a pot or in the ground outside at a sunny/half-shady spot. The plant shows with low hanging leaves if extra watering is needed. Winterhardy.

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MoreLIPS Oncidium

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MoreLIPS Oncidium

Oncidium is an exclusive orchid with lots of intensive yellow, little flowers. It grows out of a bulb, that can save humidity inside. It is a special but in the same time easy-care indoor plant and flowers for a couple of weeks.

Care
Put this orchid one time per week for ca. 30 minutes in a water bath and let it drain afterwards for a little while. Spray the leaves of the Oncidium during warm days with water. This orchid prefers a bright spot, although not directly in the sun. Remove withered flower stems only when the stems are completely brown. By this the plant can save all energy in its bulb, in order to have a chance on a second flowering period after the resting period.

MoreLIPS Oncidium

MoreLIPS Hydrangea Macrophylla

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MoreLIPS Hydrangea Macrophylla
MoreLIPS Hydrangea Macrophylla

MoreLIPS Primula Acaulis

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MoreLIPS Primula Acaulis
MoreLIPS Primula Acaulis

MoreLIPS Capsicum Annuum Samba

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MoreLIPS Capsicum Annuum Samba
MoreLIPS Capsicum Annuum Samba

MoreLIPS Platycodon

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MoreLIPS Platycodon
MoreLIPS Platycodon

MoreLIPS Solanum Rantonnetii

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MoreLIPS Solanum Rantonnetii
MoreLIPS Solanum Rantonnetii

MoreLIPS Schlumbergera

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MoreLIPS Schlumbergera
MoreLIPS Schlumbergera

MoreLIPS Pericallis Cruentus Senetti

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MoreLIPS Pericallis Cruentus Senetti
MoreLIPS Pericallis Cruentus Senetti

MoreLIPS Ananas Mi Amigo

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MoreLIPS Ananas Mi Amigo

MoreLIPS Guzmania

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MoreLIPS Guzmania
MoreLIPS Guzmania

MoreLIPS Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Ellwoodii

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MoreLIPS Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Ellwoodii
MoreLIPS Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana Ellwoodii

MoreLIPS Hyacinthus Orientalis

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MoreLIPS Hyacinthus Orientalis

MoreLIPS Gerbera Garvinea

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MoreLIPS Gerbera Garvinea

MoreLIPS Narcissus

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MoreLIPS Narcissus

MoreLIPS Muscari

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MoreLIPS Muscari
MoreLIPS Muscari

MoreLIPS Fuchsia Bella

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MoreLIPS Fuchsia Bella
MoreLIPS Fuchsia Bella

MoreLIPS Vriesea

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MoreLIPS Vriesea

MoreLIPS Impatiens New Guinea Tamarinda

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MoreLIPS Impatiens New Guinea Tamarinda
MoreLIPS Impatiens New Guinea Tamarinda

MoreLIPS Rhipsalidopsis

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MoreLIPS Rhipsalidopsis
MoreLIPS Rhipsalidopsis

MoreLIPS Begonia

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MoreLIPS Begonia
MoreLIPS Begonia

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