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Watch as the amazing team of Pure Flowers turns the royal Hotel Des Indes into a luxurious high society scene with the tropical Heliconia and Euphorbia milii, also known as the crown of thorns, from Dümmen Orange. A combination of exotic and royal tastes that is befitting of the former palace turned high class hotel of Des Indes.

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Hotel Des Indes was commissioned as a palace in 1858 by Baron Von Brienen to host exclusive parties. A few years after the baron passed away the building was dedicated as a hotel named Des Indes, after the hotel that carried the same name in Batavia in the Dutch East Indies; Royal and exotic tastes coming together!

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Different floral pieces were created with the Heliconia and Euphorbia. The great hall of the hotel was filled with different Heliconia arrangements, with a big and green centrepiece as the crown. The Euphorbias are placed on scales at different heights to create a large room decoration. They really fit in well with the character of the hotel.

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Water frequently

Water your Heliconia very frequently, especially in summer. Make sure soil is always slightly moist. Euphorbia milii is like a succulent, so it doesn’t need that much water. Let soil dry out in between water gifts.

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Ideal spot

Heliconia likes to be in a light spot, but never in direct sunlight. A light spot stimulates flower growth. Euphorbia milii on the other hand prefers a lot of light, direct sunlight is not a big issue for this plant.

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Flowers

Once your heliconia stops flowering it’s a nice green houseplant, under the right conditions it might flower again. Euphorbia milii can flower for months when it’s given the right care.

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Temperatures

Heliconia is a tropical beauty, so it likes to be in a warm environment. Room temperature around 21 degrees is fine with a maximum of 32 degrees. Euphorbia milii requires a minimum temperature of 15 degrees. During summer or in warmer climates it’s a very nice patio/garden plant.

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Watch as the amazing team of Pure Flowers turns the royal Hotel Des Indes into a luxurious high society scene with the tropical Heliconia and Euphorbia milii, also known as the crown of thorns, from Dümmen Orange. A combination of exotic and royal tastes that is befitting of the former palace turned high class hotel of Des Indes.

Heliconia & euphorbia
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Hotel Des Indes was commissioned as a palace in 1858 by Baron Von Brienen to host exclusive parties. A few years after the baron passed away the building was dedicated as a hotel named Des Indes, after the hotel that carried the same name in Batavia in the Dutch East Indies; Royal and exotic tastes coming together!

plant los

Different floral pieces were created with the Heliconia and Euphorbia. The great hall of the hotel was filled with different Heliconia arrangements, with a big and green centrepiece as the crown. The Euphorbias are placed on scales at different heights to create a large room decoration. They really fit in well with the character of the hotel.

TRopicals by DüMMEN ORANGE

The leading position in tropical plants! With an extensive range of varieties, shapes and trendy colours. Offering exclusive products and driving innovation!

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Water frequently

Water your Heliconia very frequently, especially in summer. Make sure soil is always slightly moist. Euphorbia milii is like a succulent, so it doesn’t need that much water. Let soil dry out in between water gifts.

cf-dh-126.jpg

Ideal spot

Heliconia likes to be in a light spot, but never in direct sunlight. A light spot stimulates flower growth. Euphorbia milii on the other hand prefers a lot of light, direct sunlight is not a big issue for this plant.

cf-dh-031.jpg

Flowers

Once your heliconia stops flowering it’s a nice green houseplant, under the right conditions it might flower again. Euphorbia milii can flower for months when it’s given the right care.

cf-dh-054.jpg

Temperatures

Heliconia is a tropical beauty, so it likes to be in a warm environment. Room temperature around 21 degrees is fine with a maximum of 32 degrees. Euphorbia milii requires a minimum temperature of 15 degrees. During summer or in warmer climates it’s a very nice patio/garden plant.

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