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Olive trees for an early summer

The summer holidays still feel like forever away, and secretly we’re all longing for those Italian hills and Spanish shorelines. It’s not exactly the same as sipping wine on a piazza, but these Mediterranean trees might just give you enough of a taste of that holiday vibe to last until summer. They look beautiful in a garden or, if it’s still too cold out, in the living room. Can you smell that warm summer sun?

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Why we love the Campanula

A cheerful groundcover, happy potted plant or flowering houseplant: the Campanula is perfect for just about everything. Time to get to know this lovely plant!

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Every week, we highlight a few relevant products. This week: Osteospermum. Browse the collection here.

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Skimmia: blooming every season

Red berries in the fall and winter, green berries in the spring and scented flowers in the summer. The Skimmia provides a splash of colour all year round.

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Mediterranean inspiration

Everyone who goes on holiday likes to bring home a souvenir in order to hold onto the memory of that special moment forever. Mediterranean plants draw you into the characteristic Mediterranean feeling using scent, colour and taste to keep the holiday experience alive. There are three Mediterranean styles: Colourful sunsets, Tasteful souvenirs and Fragrant fields.

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Create a ‘living wall’ with climbing vines

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.

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Grow your own fruits and vitamins with The Kitchen Garden

A handful of plump blueberries in your oatmeal or ripe purple blackberries in your salad, straight from the garden to your plate. There’s nothing quite like growing your own deliciously healthy fruit! With The Kitchen Garden you can enjoy a fresh harvest all summer long.

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Bees and butterflies for a happy, natural garden

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!

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Citrus tree: sweet and fruity

A tree that stays green year-round, that’s one way to survive those last cold winter months. The citrus tree has been cultivated forever – roughly 4,000 years – and has a pleasant, sweet smell. For people with a talented green thumb, sunny garden and a little luck, you might just find some fruit hanging from the tree eventually. Our Planthunters found these trees in Italy, and immediately loved the quality and abundance of its leaves.

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