Winter flowers

Camellia 'yultide' winter flowers
Camellia ‘Yuletide’

Few still expect severe frost, but a frost-free winter monsoon like last year seems less likely this period. Evergreen plants can only be transplanted in winter when it thaws; but you should keep your winter protection ready in case the winter cold returns!

Because traveling is not recommended this winter, the nursery can always be visited by appointment. Even if you want to get ideas or are just curious!

Or .. because you want to see a red flowering Camellia “Yuletide” in your garden during the holidays and /or buy one here for only € 15; that helps against the well-known winter dip! …

Mountain bananas in unheated greenhouse

Mountain bananas
Musa ‘Chinichampa’ escaped through the roof of this polytunnel

Mountain bananas can give our garden a tropical look with protection during the winter. But can they also produce ripe bananas under favourable conditions in our climate? Our growing season outside is too short for this. Maybe it is possible in an unheated greenhouse? read on >>

Botanical garden and nursery

You’re welcome to visit our botanical garden and nursery to view and / or buy plants. We’re only open by appointment – Please call +31 (0)622370001 first!

New – Bottlebrush, Grevillia, Kiwi ..

Bottlebrush at de Groene Prins

Bottlebrush for your garden

Just in: plants for planting out (Callistemon rigidus, € 15) and Grevillea juniperrina (€ 15). Both suit a Mediterranean garden well! (We do not send plants by post) Furthermore:
14 kinds of kiwi berry (Actinidia, hardier than the normal Kiwi) in 5 litre pots: Adam (♂), Pineapple naya, Bingo, Chang Bai Giant, Dr. Szymanowski, Geneva, Hardy Red, Jumbo, Kokuwa, Lucy, M (♂), Rogow, Scarlet September and Sentyabrskaya (€ 15)

Various winter-hardy Fuchsias

Lesser known climbers: Periploca graeca and Holboellia latifolia (€27,50)

Real Gunnera manicata available!

Gunnera manicata
Gunnera manicata

For the time being we have only a few specimens in 50 liter tubs at € 95 each. They are not tinctorias. If you have room for this colossal plant – try it!