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It is with great pleasure that we can inform you that we will be participating at the MANTS show from 5th till 7th of January in Baltimore, USA. Our booth number will be: 2101 .

We do look forward to meet you ‘life’ in person again, as we have all missed this personal contact. It is a good opportunity to exchange views and ideas in how to further strengthen our partnership. We do hope to meet you all at MANTS soon.


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Erkend stagebedrijf bij BB-beroepsonderwijs

Erkend stagebedrijf BB-beroepsonderwijs

SBB is een professionele organisatie in het hart van het middelbaar beroepsonderwijs en het bedrijfsleven.

Studenten zoeken de beste praktijkopleiding met uitzicht op een baan. Bedrijven hebben nu en in de toekomst de behoefte aan vakmensen.

Samen met Samenwerkingsorganisatie Beroepsonderwijs Bedrijfsleven (SBB) bieden wij de volgende opleidingsplaatsen aan:

— Medewerker teelt
— Vakbekwaam medewerker agrohandel en logistiek
— Vak expert teelt en groene technologie
— Office assistent
— Management assistent

Current favourite:

Shadow Spots

Anemone hyb. ‘Tiki Sensation’®

Cool double white flowers, which is turning pink when the nights are getting colder so you know Autumn is kicking in.

Leisure Garden

Polystichum set. ‘Herrenhausen’

The strictly form of the leaf, makes it an excellent plant for the leisure garden, full of harmony and pleasure feeling.

Pollinator Garden

Allium ‘In Orbit’®

This plants is true bee and other flying wildlife magnet. Enjoy the sound of these flying honeyeaters from the early morning till the late evening.

Good to know:

Vertical Garden

You can read about our take on the topic of “Urban Green” in our article in which we look at Living Roofs, Green Walls and Rain Gardens.

Here are a number of plants to consider when working with vertical growth.

Vinca difformis  ‘Jenny Pym’

This Vinca just gives this extra to a vertical garden. With its bicolor flowers in spring and autumn, it gives an extra dimension to the wall.

Climate Resilient

It is a much-discussed issue nowadays with advancing climate change and unpredictability in weather: plants that can handle extremes.

Here is our selection of perennials that do not mind too much water or too little in clashing opposition.

Crocosmia ‘Crowing Rooster’®

Intense fluorescent dark red flowers, which are breath taking. This Crocosmia can handle a fair amount of heat, drought but also quite some cold and wetness; therefore, we believe this is a plant for the future.

Colours that captivate & enchant…

Breathtaking dark blue

Veronica long. ‘Marietta’®

A quite beauty in nude

Anemone rupicola ‘Frilly Knickers’®

A cup of sweetness

Paeonia ‘Celebrity’

Cool fires

Crocosmia ‘Orange Pekoe’®

50 shades of pink

Achillea mill. ‘Crazy Little Thing’®

Beezing purple

Allium ‘Serendipity’®