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Botanical beauty with stamina

When other garden flowers start losing their petals, the Aster starts blooming, until far into autumn. With its beautiful, fresh green leaves and stems, the plant looks like a wildflower, with gorgeous, strikingly bright flowers.

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Highlight

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

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Tropical Garden

Who wouldn't want to go on a safari in a tropical rainforest? The exotic look of vibrant colours, brings exactly that atmosphere into our homes. Dark green, cherry red or orange - light and dark tropical colours combined create an elegant look with a touch of exclusivity.

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Wild and free: let the grass grow

Nothing says natural, easy-going and free like a garden filled with ornamental grasses. There’s something fascinating about a helm of grass. It’s delicate, soft, and moves gently in the wind without a care in the world.

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Go up in height with plants on stems

Do you want to add an extra dimension to your garden? Standard plants are the perfect solution with their bare stems and attractive canopy of leaves (and flowers). They bring height to the garden and take up little space, so they’re simply ideal!

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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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