Garden tub and terrace
Patio plants are sfeerbepalers for patio or balcony. Voice tones flowers, flower pots and garden furniture on each other. In this way, you create peace.Read more
Grow your own tasty blood oranges with this Citrus Tarocco tree. Its red, almost-seedless flesh is very juicy and fragrant, with a perfect balance between sweet and bitter. The tree has a few thorns and stays small, with fragrant flowering in spring.
The Citrus Calamondin mini-orange is a beautiful ornamental tree that looks like a mandarin with a wonderfully sweet-scented white blossom that is abundant in spring. This Citrus Calamondin is a crossing between the Mandarin and the Citrus Kumquat.
The Trachycarpus Fortunei is one of the most popular palm species in Northern Europe. The reason for this is mainly that this palm is best kept under European weather conditions. Even with 18 degrees of frost, the palm will survive.
The Washingtonia Robusta originates from the southern United States and Mexico. It has its name from the first president of the United States, George Washington.
Bring a tropical atmosphere into your living room with this beautiful houseplant! The Strelitzia Reginae, better known as the Bird of Paradise plant, originally comes from South Africa.
Turn your patio into a Mediterranean spot with citrus trees. You can enjoy these southern beauties for years to come. And in winter you just take them inside! Let it winter in a cool, light and frost-free way in front of the window of a cool bedroom...
The Oleander is a real summer plant that likes to stand in a sunny spot on the terrace. An exuberant bloomer that you will enjoy.
The olive shrub, officially Olea Europaea, is a species of the oldest tree known in history. With their silvery leaves, and clusters of fragrant white flowers in spring, these distinctive shrubs are wonderful eye-catchers in the garden during all seasons.
The fig tree has striking large, green leaves that it loses in the winter. The plant is hardy up to 10 to 15 degrees. The fruits are not suitable for consumption.
The olive tree is an asset to your terrace. The Olive Tree is often given as a gift on festive occasions such as marriage or birth.