Vertical gardening sounds like a modern term, but wall climbing vines have been doing the same thing for years. Especially in smaller, urban gardens or on balconies, a green wall can make all the difference. It’s a simple, natural way to add a little bit of wild nature to your outdoor space.
We know the rose as a gorgeous cut flower, but as a garden plant, the rose is even more beautiful (if that’s even possible). It’s not the easiest garden plant, but definitely the most rewarding. These three modern gardens are the perfect setting for the garden rose.
Gardenlina™ is a cool sturdy young lady that is well suited to an outdoor life. In no less than six different trendy colours, she can help transform balconies and gardens into a mass of colour from April until September. In spite of her colourful appearance, Gardenlina™ is not very thirsty and she can provide a maximum of garden pleasure in return for minimum care.
Roses make a colourful addition to exterior plantscaping. Thanks to breeding, we can choose from a broad range of strong, healthy shrub roses that flower abundantly and for extended periods. These modern shrub roses have a high ornamental value, are low-maintenance and increase biodiversity. Furthermore, once planted, such modern roses will last for years.
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.