This time, a peek behind the scenes at the most exclusive Clematis grower, J. van Zoest. This nursery produces more than 450 varieties on two hectares of land: from large-flowered to small-flowered, double-flowered and even compact, non-climbing varieties with an upright habit. Ever seen a clematis with green, double-petaled flowers? Or varieties with flowers as big as your hand?
A few happily buzzing bees or fluttering butterflies make for a cosy garden, and benefit both people and the planet. Did you know that one out of three spoonfuls you eat at diner is directly or indirectly dependent on the work of a honey bee? Enough reason to fill your backyard with some beautiful bee and butterfly-friendly plants!
The master growers at Dijk van Dijk are producing the most exceptional and exclusive hydrangeas, which they have named their 'Masterpieces'. These are today's hydrangeas: surprising new shades of colours, magnificent details, and unique characteristics.
Green, greener greenest dominated the interior and garden trends for years, but colours are making a comeback! The green oasis in the garden or the home now has room for bold flowers and peculiar plants. And which plant fits this description better than the hydrangea?
Our 3-pack perennial plant mix is now available in 100% recyclable packaging. The tray is made from paper and the strap from recycled cardboard, making the tray completely biodegradable. Plus, grower Sander de Jong from Colour Your Garden has promised to donate €0,25 to the Plastic Soup Foundation for every tray sold. Let’s go green!
You can usually smell it before you even see it: lavender! It’s a smell everyone loves. In fact, people were so crazy about lavender that when the washing machine was first invented, the demand for laundry detergent that smelled like lavender was so overwhelming that all the lavender was picked from the fields.