Eucalyptus news

Eucalyptus perriniana met early, round leaves

The demand for strong Eucalyptus varieties is increasing all the time. That is why we are working to propagate the strongest trees we have here from our own soil. In collaboration with several other nurseries, the first “Hardy Dutch” seedlings will be for sale in the course of July 2021. We can no longer rely on imports from Australia.

On the one hand, the EU is creating trade barriers, making seed imports far too expensive; on the other hand, climate change in Australia is causing a sharp decline in nature. See this alarming article in the Guardian!

Trachycarpus fortunei

Trachycarpus fortunei
Trachycarpus fortunei in various sizes on offer

Just arrived: good quality Trachycarpus fortunei, one of the most hardy palms for the garden. 40 cm trunk: €80, 80 cm trunk: €175.

Small seedlings are available from €5, 15 cm trunk €20.

Super-hardy oleanders in stock!

Nerium oleander Italia en Atlas
Nerium oleander Italia (L) en Atlas

Nerium oleander ‘Atlas’ and ‘Italia’ will tolerate 15°C of frost, but should be situated in very sunny places in the garden, where exess rainwater will drain off quickly. Winter protection should be applied if medium to severe frosts are anticipated.

No postal sales, max 2 per client, pot size 11x11x17 cm (2 litre), great quality!

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!

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 >>