Updated: Feb 8, 2020
The interest in plants has not stopped yet it only seems to grow… so it wasn’t hard to decide to do a winter trend plant arrangement too. To create that lush rich feeling with plants I selected flowering varieties, plants with coloured leaf and beautiful patterns like the Anthurium Christalinum.
To emphasise the flowers of the Saintpaulia I remove all leafs of the plant. Try it once and you will see that it has a great effect. It also in my opinion shows you better the beauty of the flower.
Fill one of the selected pots with soil and plant your selected plants in it. A bit of metallic (cupper) adds to the richness of the combination, The deep purple/red colour of the plate and a few other pots has a rich touch.
The size of the Anthurium plant is a bit to big to put in a pot combined with other plants, there for separated the in to smaller portions. This smaller group of plants also has a refiner effect on the total composition.
Make different combinations between the plants with the coloured leafs and the flowering plants, create height differences and pay attention to the structure of the leafs.
The overall look is friendly and colourful the Anthurium is a nice edgy touch that prevents it from becoming to romantic.
Use a matching coloured plate to present the pots on and around. This unifies the individual pots to one composition.
This idea works also perfect in a shop. You can show different plants in different pots as long as there is a link in shape colour or mood it will form a total setting. People can relate to this and might be easier to persuade to buy two or more plants in a pot.