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Forced bulbs in pots for an early spring!

Forced bulbs in pots are the perfect solution for anyone who just can't wait for spring to come. Unlike the flower bulbs planted in the autumn for flowering in the spring, these forced bulbs in pots become available as early as January. So we can enjoy these spring flowers before their natural flowering period, growers have a little trick up their sleeves.

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Indoor plants

Holland's pride: Tulips

The Netherlands may be known for its tulips but these flowers initially came from somewhere else entirely. Tulips originated in Turkey, and the first bulbs to arrive in the Netherlands were brought there by Carolus Clusius in the 16th century. He planted them in Leiden University's botanical garden (Hortus Botanicus) where he conducted research into the flames and stripes on their petals - patterns that were discovered much later to be caused by a virus. These bulbs then formed the basis for Dutch bulb production and tulip breeding.

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Hunters

Kick off the season with these new discoveries

Ready for a new season of gorgeous greens and flowering moodmakers? Our Hunters worked hard to scout the newest plants while you were gone. Follow Glenn Bovenlander and Rudy Hoek via our Hunters tool to discover our latest hunts, and order your favourites in the webshop as soon as they’re spotted.

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Off to a colourful start

The first days of the new year can be pretty dismal, so that's when it's time to brighten up your home with some sunny colours. Just in the nick of time, primulas become widely available. We all know these cute little rascals with their cheerful flowers and sturdy, bright green leaves. No wonder they represent a new beginning.

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Selections Anthurium

The Selections Anthurium assortment consists of six cultivars, each in a different colour and available year round in pot size 12 cm: all with the best price per quality in the market.

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Make yourself winterproof

Brightly coloured bromeliads are just the thing for an extra dose of energy during those dark winter months. Group bromeliads of different colours and varieties together with some foliage plants and beat those winter blahs.

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Shining (Christmas) stars

December 12 is Poinsettia Day. Although bright red poinsettias (also known as Christmas stars) are the most popular, they are actually available in a whole range of colours including apricot, maroon, creamy white, salmon, orange, pink and several other shades of red.

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Bulbs

Hyacinths for a colourful winter

Today, hyacinths are so popular that it's hard to imagine these bulbs being so exclusive that only the wealthy could afford to buy them. So aren't we lucky? After all, their curly little florets add a nice bit of sparkle an colour to these gloomy months.

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