Outside, the wind is blowing and the rain is lashing the windows; time to get cozy at home. Amaryllises are great at bringing warmth to your interior.
Spring-flowering bulbous plants such as tulips, daffodils and crocuses are an absolute joy in the garden. They provide color early in the spring and create biodiversity. But how exactly do you plant flower bulbs?
Who doesn’t love them: spring flowers! They are the first blooming signs of joy in the garden. Flower bulbs are amazing at giving off positive vibes while the rest of the garden is still asleep. Fall is the perfect time to plant them.
Insects cannot survive without nectar and pollen. Flowers produce these two crucial substances. By planting bulbous flowers in our gardens and on our terraces and balconies, we can help insects find enough nectar and pollen.
Sicilian honey garlic yields beautiful delicate flowers and is therefore perfect for ornamental gardens. They are particularly beautiful in combination with other plants and attract many bees and bumblebees.
Every year, Dutch flower bulb traders choose the Flower Bulb of the Year. The Triumph tulip is this year’s winner. This strong tulip with a typical tulip shape is a great way to brighten up the garden.
The economy, the planet’s ecology and the trend for globalization are undergoing major changes. But if we don’t associate these changes with our own personal opinions, it’s hard for us to accept them. We then tend to challenge them and start looking for products that contribute to an objective. How can this trend be expressed in the garden, and what is changing in the use of flower bulbs?
Feeling threatened by climate issues and the rapid advances in technology leads us to a need for kindness and human goodness. Our search for meaning involves a search for products and brands to fill this need. How is this reflected in the garden, and what role do flower bulbs play in this?
Our world is being confronted with increasing climate, waste, CO2 and social problems. This is forcing us to a new way of thinking. We can contribute to a solution by increasing biodiversity in our own garden. And what would a garden be without flower bulbs?