Questions & answers
No, unfortunately this is not possible. We only sell to other companies.
No, this is not possible. You can, however, ask us for a quotation on currently available products which can be found in our updated catalogue in the ‘Catalogue’ tab on our website.
We nurse and grow garden plants and hedge plants using the container cultivating method. We specialize in prunus laurocerasus and deciduous shrubs species.
No, we exclusively use the container cultivating technique. We specialize in nursing garden plants and hedge plants, namely prunus laurocerasus and deciduous shrubs species. We mostly use the following container sizes for our products: C1.3, C3, C5, C6.5 and C10.
By clicking on the ‘Catalogue’ tab on our website, you can access an updated catalogue of our currently available products. This catalogue does, however, not contain the products which are currently unavailable. Would you like to see a catalogue which contains all the products we offer? Please contact us by using the contact form and ask us for a complete catalogue list.
By using the ‘Catalogue’ tab on our website, you can find an overview of our currently available products. Do you have questions about the product catalogue or the amounts of plants available? Please contact us by using the contact form, you can also use this form to ask us for a list of our current stock.
Prices are not listed in the product catalogue. The reason for this is that prices may vary because of the amounts of plants places in one order and transport costs. You can use the ‘Catalogue’ tab to ask us for a quotation.
No, the plant isn't sick.
Some prunus leaves have about 2 to 5 thickenings as can be seen in the attached photo.
These are extrafloral honey glands of the prunus. This is a normal phenomenon. These thickenings secrete a sugar-rich substance that attracts, among other things, ants and wasps. Ants and wasps protect the plants from pest insects.