We are happy you scanned through to learn about one of the many loose pot plants at Miro I!
You may have noticed how many pots are dotted around the building. Loose pots are a flexible option when there is less space or in this case, when there are some historic and heritage limitations to the building, but still provide a great opportunity to add more nature. Amongst some of the plants in pots are:
This Ficus Lyrata where this sign is placed is the last of its kind in The Netherlands! This plant type is no longer being imported and the Miro Campus happens to have the last one.
Is native to Southern Africa and used to warmer climates! This plant is often confused with Strelitzia Reginae but is a smaller type of Strelitzia: a very low maintenance, leafy indoor plant.
Appears to have “heart-shaped” leaves and sometimes red stems.
Also known as “rubber trees” and in their natural habitats, can live up to 100 years.
How many loose pots do you think there are dotted around the Miro I campus?