Tulips (annual) are the most important spring flowers. They have become increasingly popular in recent years, and as a result we are growing more and more of them in our fields.We offer a mix with more than 100 varieties. Your customers can choose from an extensive range of colours – from white to bicoloured to nearly black – and a wide variety of shapes – including parrot, lily-flowered and fringed (Crispa) tulips.The most important spring crop? Tulips! With more than 100 different varieties, they are simply incredible. Additional images are available here ▶
Daffodils are the first flowers of spring and begin flowering in March. A “permanent crop” that can flourish for up to ten years depending on the location, daffodils are easy to grow.
We offer a mix of more than 20 varieties, from yellow to white to bicoloured flowers. Daffodils ring in the flower season.
The peony (perennial) is a very good addition to the flower fields and has proven to be most profitable pillar of permanent crops. They bloom in May and June, keeping the gap between lilies and tulips to a minimum. Peony found in the Blumenfeld visitors more and more lovers and made with a relatively small amount of work exceedingly high profits. The flowering period is in May/June. We offer a mix with at least eight varieties. Peonies grow up to one metre high, and feature white, pink and red blooms. Additional images are available here ▶
Irises (annual) can extend the season by bridging the gap between the last tulips and the first lilies. We offer a mix of more than 20 varieties in white, yellow, violet, blue and bicolour. Irises in various colours – an excellent springtime addition.
An “exotic” perennial, allium, or ornamental onion, is easy to grow and also serves to bridge the gap between tulip and lily season. Depending on the variety, allium can grow up to 1 metre high.
Like allium, eremurus is an “exotic” perennial that is easy to plant and bridges the gap between tulip and lily season. Eremurus grow very tall, making them a particularly eye-catching flower.