Welcome at Flora!

    Welcome to the inspiring world of Flora! Aruba’s Home & Garden decoration center. At Flora you will find everything that is needed to make your home nice and cozy!



    We have been on the island of Aruba since May 1st, 1997. Throughout the years we have become the home of the latest trends in décor for home and garden and people come to us for advice and inspiration for plants, trees and fresh flowers, furniture, decoration and much much more!

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    Avenida Milio Croes 101

    Discover Flora..

    We offer a great variety of decorations that can be used to create a wonderful ambiance in and outside the home. With excellent and unique product lines and diversity in interior styles and concepts, Flora can help you transform your home into the comfort and ambiance you have always desired. As well we can arrange decorations for a Christmas atmosphere or weddings in consultation with our team of decorators.

    Discover Flora by visiting us on Avenida Milio Croes 101 (next to the Pricemart building). And you will meet our employees in the different departments possess the expertise to assist you in the best way possible!

    Open hours

    Monday 09:00 – 18:00
    Tuesday 09:00 – 18:00
    Wednesday 09:00 – 18:00
    Thursday 09:00 – 18:00
    Friday 09:00 – 18:00
    Saturday 09:00 – 18:00
    Sunday 10:00 – 14:00

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    Alice in Wonderland: the real Oxford gardens
    Looking through the glass to the secret world of Lewis Carroll’s Oxford

    I have been seeing Alice everywhere. Not just because it’s the 150th anniversary of the publication of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – nothing to do with that, in fact.
    Alice is in my thoughts because I have been spending a great deal of time in Oxford college gardens – the title of a book I have just finished writing. Alice is everywhere in them.
    The Deanery Garden..

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    Pitcher plants ‘switch off’ traps to capture more ants

    Insect-eating pitcher plants temporarily ‘switch off’ their traps in order to lure more prey into danger, new research from the University of Bristol and the University of Cambridge has found.

    Dr Ulrike Bauer from Bristol’s School of Biological Sciences and colleagues studied tropical pitcher plants that use slippery pitfall traps to capture insects.

    Dr Bauer said: “The plant’s key trapping surface is extremely slippery when wet but not..

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    Tresco, a magical sub-tropical garden in the Scillies

    I have never met anyone who, having spent any part of spring and summer on one of the Isles of Scilly, fails to fall deeply in love. A great pull is the mildness of a climate that in summer is hotter and drier than our mainland and, famously, is rarely frosty in winter. We also fall for gentle island scenery, the intense blue of the sea and extraordinary light quality.

    We may hanker, too, after that distinctly laid-back island way of life, determined as..

    5 likes, 0 comments1 month ago