Stinzenplanten, stinzen gardens, and stinzen-style lawns may be new concepts to many gardeners, but their history is centuries old. The first botanical explorers began importing bulbs from central Asia and the Mediterranean to the Netherlands in the 16th century – and – they brought back more than tulips.
Every year, European bulb exporters choose one group of bulbs to highlight. The 2021 winner is Triumph tulips! Bred for superior traits, the Triumph tulip results from a cross between early and late single-flowered tulips and is the largest group of tulip varieties.
We feel a greater need to connect with each other, and we want to see a picture that is bigger than just ourselves. Did you know that nature can play an important role in achieving this?
There is an increasing need for time-honored traditions. This need increases our love, attention and appreciation for old knowledge about nature, so we are putting classic bulb varieties on a pedestal.
The corona crisis makes us feel like we have to start over. Restoring balance in nature is becoming ever more important, and gardens are used much more often as a place to work from home.
If you are looking for fun, fragrance and color in your garden as early as possible in spring, plant flower bulbs in the fall! Go for a mass effect and plant them everywhere to create a veritable flower bulb garden that you can enjoy to the fullest.
Do you love flowers? Create your own picking garden for super fresh flowers for your home. With flower bulbs, you will be picking gorgeous flowers not only in summer, but also in spring.
Compared with tulips and daffodils, Glory-of-the-snow is a relatively unknown bulbous plant. As the saying goes: unknown, unloved; so it’s time to put this small but powerful flower in the spotlight.