Flower bulbs

Flower bulbs are fashionable again. You can garden with them, with a colourful and cheerful garden as your reward. 

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Flower bulbs

Spring flowering

Spring-flowering bulbs should be planted in the autumn, from September to December, before the frost period starts.

Well-known spring-flowering plants include tulips, daffodils, crocuses, hyacinths, snowdrops and ornamental onions.

Every season brings its own charm to the garden. However, after a bleak autumn and cold winter, garden enthusiasts cannot wait to welcome colourful flowers again. 

Did you know that spring-flowering bulbs already brighten the garden from as early as February to May? Every month new varieties will greet you.

Spring-flowering plants give colour to your garden in early spring!

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Summer flowering

Summer-flowering flower bulbs must be planted in the spring, as soon as the chance of night frost has passed. You can continue to plant them until the end of May.

Well-known summer-flowering bulbs include dahlias, gladioli, begonias, lilies, ranunculi and calla lilies.

Summer gardens can bloom beautifully from June to October with summer flowers. Combine with colours, flower shapes, flowering times and heights to get as much as possible out of this beautiful group of bulbs.

Most summer flowering bulbs are true sun worshipers. Place them in a sunny spot in the garden or in planters in a sunny spot. Do make sure they get enough water.


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Summer-blooming bulbs will give you flowers for months!

Edible garden

The 'edible garden' group includes bulbs and tubers, which are already on their way of growing into a plant. Examples include onion sets, strawberries, seed potatoes and artichokes. 


Tasty food from your own garden: delicious, healthy, educational and easy.


What could be more fun and healthy than cooking your own harvest? Because your bulbs and tubers are plants, they are already significantly on their way to maturing into tasty vegetables.

You do not need a large garden to grow your own herbs, vegetables and fruit. Growing your own crops can be done in various places, such as in the windowsill, on the balcony, on the fence and in the garden.

When and how to plant and when to harvest is clearly explained on the packaging

Good food from your own garden!


Grow your own herbs, vegetables or flowers with seeds. Amazing!

For the most common seeds we have made a sowing calendar:

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