One big piece of nature. In all shades of green. With beautifully shaped leaves in crazy prints. The Dieffenbachia is an attractive, robust asset for every interior.
But this cool plant is much more than just an eyecatcher.
It is a silent, hard worker: it improves the humidity and purifies the air. Pure undiluted oxygen. Basic need number one. That is not an empty promise, but a fact proven by NASA.
The Purify Green Dieffenbachia's family consists of fifteen cool, robust brothers with a sustainable heart. They are eye-catchers in every interior and silent workers that have an internal purification system. They filter toxic substances out of the air and give you pure oxygen.
The Crown, the king under the Dieffenbachia. It owes its name and title to its big green leaves with an almost regal appearance. Due to its volume (length, leaf surface), the Crown is outstanding in large living and office spaces, both on the outside and the inside (air purification). The Crown in all respects ensures a nice and healthy living environment.
The Reflector has a lot of ornamental and emotional value. It has a velvet-like three-coloured leaf that gives it an open and soft appearance. But behind that fuzzy appearance, is a hard worker that, just like its brothers, purifies the air that you breathe in.
The Green Magic is a robust Dieffenbachia. Due to its multitude of leaves, it appears compact. The bright green colour with the yellow, sharp accented veins also gives it a fresh, energetic look.
The Camilla is one of the most compact Dieffenbachias. The plant is full, partly due to the many leaves, which are relatively small and crowded. The light green, almost yellow leaves give the Camilla a cheerful, light appearance.
The Compacta is the coloured brother of the Camilla. This plant also has many leaves, which are relatively small and crowded. The dark green leaves with yellow print causes the plant to look beautiful when set in front of a lightly coloured wall.
As if it had frozen and snowed in the tropics: the veins of the Tropic Snow look like green ice crystals. The growth of the plant – long stretched with slender leaves – reminds you of a palm tree. That is how, the Tropic Snow gives you a summer and winter feeling all at once.
The Lemon Tropic distinguishes itself from its brothers due to the special print on its leaves: continuously returning yellow and green stripes. It gives the plant a cheerful and energetic appearance that is literally underlined by the rhythmic streaks.
The Living Fantasy is the clown in the big Dieffenbachia family. Each leaf on this plant has its own unique pattern of colours, stripes and stains. This crazy, cool plant looks best in front of a calm background. And with lots of space around it, so that it can be viewed from all sides. You never get enough of the many Faces of the Living Fantasy.
The Sublime is one of the more compact Dieffenbachias. Thanks to its many leaves and the colourful colour scheme, the plant looks stubby and full. The leaves of the Sublime are harder than the average leaves of a Dieffenbachia.
With the Summer Style you can really let the sun into your home. With its almost translucent yellow leaves, bordered by beautiful green veins, the Summer Style provides a happy note in every space.
The White Flame has velvety dark green leaves accentuated by beautiful bright yellow, almost white veins. The leaf growth of this Dieffenbachia is less tight than that of its brothers. Together with its classic marking, the White Flame provides an elegant yet soft appearance.
The Big Ben is not named after the famous London Tower for no reason. The Big Ben has the largest leaves and the least leaf marking of all the other types of Dieffenbachia. Due to its volume, the Big Ben - like its royal brother the Crown - is ideally suited for large living and office spaces.
The larger the leaves of the White Amazon, the lighter they become in colour. That gives the plant a vivid appearance: the leaves are literally and figuratively in motion.
The leaves of the Cool Tigris discolour, just like the White Amazon, as they grow larger. However, there is more green on the leaves of the Cool Tigris, which reminds you of a beautiful, fresh spring day.
It is as if continuous lava flows out of a crater: the leaf marking of the Vesuvius can easily withstand the comparison with its fire-sprawling namesake. Against a somewhat dark background, Vesuvius comes to life everyday right in front of your eyes.
You can recognise the Tropic Jewel by its beautiful, fine leaves. The refined leaves suggest that the Tropic Jewel is a very strong type of Dieffenbachia.
Hot, hip and happening. The bright, natural look of the Mars makes for a contemporary appearance. The fresh green spotted leaves make the Mars appear cool and cheerful in every interior.
Plants are good for your health. This has been shown by several scientific studies. Some are listed below:
Plants increase the humidity indoors and reduce the presence of dust, giving us 30% less chance of getting a cold and/or an infection.
Plants turn CO2 into oxygen through an ingenious internal purification system (photosynthesis). An important and powerful talent we have an increasing need for indoors. After all, our homes and offices are becoming ever better isolated. This not only causes lower heating costs, but also low air humidity and poor air quality.
The Dieffenbachia takes it another step further than many other plants. The Dieffenbachia not only supplies oxygen but also cleans the air of harmful substances. NASA concluded this after 25 years of scientific plant research. The Dieffenbachia filters out, among other things, Formaldehyde and Toluene.
Purify Green Dieffenbachia's are air-purifying, oxygen-producing and beautiful interior accessories that we need to keep our indoor climate clean and healthy. By purchasing it, you will doing giving yourself, your health and your interior a good service.
Dieffenbachia Purify Green: breath of nature
The Dieffenbachia is only picky when it comes to its location. This cool green plant needs light in order to grow, but is not fond of direct sunlight. Put him in a light place where the sun does not shine directly on its leaves: in front of a window on the north side of your home/office is ideal.
Also make sure it is not directly placed in a draught, he does not like that. The last requirement this green friend has for its home is that it should not get colder than 15 degrees.
The Dieffenbachia does not require much care. In the summer, watering once a week should be sufficient. In winter you can even halve that. If it is close to a radiator, you will have to give water more often in the winter.
Due to its large leaves, it is important that the soil in which it stands remains slightly moist. However, the Dieffenbachia does not love wet feet, so a layer of water at the bottom of the pot is not appreciated.
What the Dieffenbachia will appreciate is a sprinkling or a lukewarm shower from time to time. That reminds him of the Amazon rainforest he came from long ago.
The Dieffenbachia does not really require additional nourishment. If you want to spoil it, it may be good to give it plant nutrition in the summer. This will not be appreciated in the winter, as it will be in relaxation mode.
It's good for the Dieffenbachia to be repotted into a bigger pot with fresh soil once every 2 years. Preferably in the spring. Make sure to wear gloves for safety. The juice of the Dieffenbachia leaf can cause skin irritation. Therefore, you should make sure that children and pets are unable to pull leaves from the plant.
The Dieffenbachia was named by the Austrian Joseph Dieffenbach. He was a world traveller and head gardener of the garden of the Austrian palace Schönbrunn during the time when Empress Sissi lived there.
After one of his expeditions to the Brazilian jungle, Joseph took a green plant with special leaves back to Austria. Around 1830 the plant was named after its 'discoverer'.
The Dieffenbachia is mainly recognisable due to its crazy, cool prints on its leaves. Prints that never get old and can vary endlessly. Add air purity to this package and you know why a Dieffenbachia should not be missing in your home and office.
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The air purifying Dieffenbachia deserve a sustainable, natural cultivation. The Purify Green Dieffenbachias are therefore produced with care and attention by a Dutch family company, which is certified by MPS-A, MPS-SQ and MPS-GAP. The company is also affiliated with Benefits of Nature and works with foundation Oasebos. The cultivation and production methods therefore comply with all sustainability and environmental requirements.
The cultivated water used with fertilizers are recycled and, in the cultivation of Purify Green Dieffenbachia, biological plant protection products are mainly used.