Santa Claus, a big red and white stocking on the fireplace, a pine tree covered in lights and balls, and Ilex arrangements – all Christmas classics! Did you know that the Ilex, also known as holly, has been a Christmas symbol for ages? Even longer than Santa himself!
Looking for the absolutely perfect way to announce that autumn has arrived? The colourful disbudded chrysanthemum is a great remedy for a gloomy day.
The time has come for pink, blue and white hydrangeas to make way for the classic versions in green, red and brown hues. With their magical flower balls that swap their colours for antique and dark hues, these cut hydrangeas are a perfect fit for autumn and winter. They are the ideal basis for a bouquet, but also work really well as a single flower in a vase.
The brighter the sun, the more flowers grow, and we’re happy that so many flowers are available again. One flower even more beautiful than the next. Besides the undisputed queen of summer, the sunflower, there are lots of other flowers that trigger that same happy summer feeling.
Montana Lisianthus has been specialising in growing Lisianthus cut flowers for more than 30 years. Back then, this flower was called Eustoma. The nursery produces year-round and is located on the outskirts of Poeldijk, in the heart of the greenhouse horticulture region of the Dutch Westland.