Queen of the climbing plants?
The Wisteria is referred to as the queen of the climbing plants, partly because of its blue flowers and its royal appearance. However, the Clematis has also acquired this nickname. In our opinion, both of these climbing plants deserve to be called queens. What do you think? Tell us on our
The 'Amethyst Falls' Wisteria is a perfect choice for your pergola, fence, summer house, or in large containers on your terrace. The Wisteria attract butterflies to your garden all summer long. This climber can also be routed as an individual tree: bind the Wisteria to a strong pole and prune the top to encourage secondary branches. For even more ideas, take a look at our inspiration page.
Unlike other varieties, the 'Amethyst Falls' Wisteria blossoms exuberantly, immediately from the first season. Moreover, you can enjoy this royal jewel twice: at the beginning of summer and in late summer. The 'Amethyst Falls' Wisteria is a richly blossoming, scented and winter-hardy climbing plant that grows in a steady and compact manner. In autumn, the 'Amethyst Falls' loses its leaves and it returns the next spring with its royal blue blossoms. Here you can read how to best care for the Wisteria.
The queen of the climbing plants?
In our opinion, this plant has earned its nickname 'Queen of the climbing plants' due to its strong growth and luxurious flowers. The Wisteria is often also given this nickname due to its splendid blue flowers. What do you think? Tell us via our
The Clematis has beautiful flowers, grows easily, and is a real eye catcher for your garden! The name Clematis is derived from the Greek word 'clématis' ('a climbing plant'). The Clematis is ideal for large containers on your terrace, balcony or patio, or for filling a pergola in order to obtain a dazzling sea of flowers. Of course, you can also first enjoy this bloomer in your living room or conservatory. For more ideas, take a look at our inspiration page.
The Clematis can easily reach a height of 3 metres. There are more than 250 different varieties. We have divided up our varieties into 3 collections: Evergreen, Boulevard and Regal. The Clematis is easy to maintain. Here you can read how to best care for the Clematis.Castle
The word castle is derived from the Latin word 'castellum', which means fort or place or refuge. Castles were built as a place of refuge for the nobility, but also in order to impress guests. Our Castle roses are all named after a manor-house or castle. You can also impress your guests with the Castle roses. These climbing roses are compact and add a touch of nobility to your garden, balcony or terrace. The Castle roses require very little room, and are thus ideal for planting in your decorative pots on your balcony or terrace. In your flower bed or garden, the Castle roses produce a royal carpet effect. For ideas, also take a look at our inspiration page.
The Castle rose is a shrub rose that reaches a height of approximately 60 to 100 cm. The Castle rose is available in 5 colours and blossoms during the entire summer. Here you can read how to best care for our garden roses.
The Renaissance was a period of growth and prosperity. A period that combined the best of the old and the new. Our Renaissance roses are an example of the typical rose idyll from former times and the characteristics of a modern rose. The Renaissance rose produces heavy, full flowers with a pleasant, perfumed scent. Unlike the antique roses, these roses blossom during the entire summer and autumn. This means that you can enjoy this nostalgic rose for even longer.
This rose is ideal for large pots near your terrace, where you can breathe in its intense scent. Of course, you can also plant the Renaissance rose in open ground. If you cut off the long shoots, you can also enjoy the scent at home. For ideas and inspiration, also take a look at our inspiration page.
The Renaissance rose is an antique shrub rose that reaches a height of 100 to 150 cm, and is available in 4 colours. Here you can read how to best care for our garden roses.
Stemmed Palace Rose
A Palace is a large country retreat for royal families. The word palace is derived from the Latin word Palatium, the residence of Emperor Augustus that was located on Palatine Hill, one of the seven hills in Rome. This Palace rose is not located on a hill, but on a stem. A royal jewel in the middle of your border, or in large pots on your terrace or balcony. On this page, you can also find inspiration for adding a royal tint to your garden or terrace.
The Stemmed Palace Rose reaches a height of 100 to 120 cm, and is available in 7 royal colours. Here you can read how to best care for our garden roses.
A courtyard is a place surrounded by buildings, without a roof. Courtyards were formerly used for several purposes, such as cooking, working, playing and even for keeping animals. It was always a place to meet, where light, safety, privacy and peace could be found. Nowadays, these characteristics are in demand to an increasing extent. Our Courtyard roses also add this ambiance to your courtyard, patio or terrace.
The Courtyard roses are modern climbing roses or rambler roses that can also be planted in large pots. They climb using their thorns and by wrapping. The long shoots must be routed, for example, around a column, pergola or fence. For ideas and inspiration, take a look at our inspiration page.
The Courtyard roses blossom throughout the entire summer. Unlike traditional climbing roses, they blossom from underneath the shrub to the top. Here you can read how to best care for our garden roses.