Trees

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We offer you a wide choice of broad-leaved trees, ranging from spherical trees suitable for small gardens to large avenue and park trees. You can find our entire assortment in the section ‘broad-leaved plants and trees’ in our catalogue.

 

Trees always have free trunk of approximately 1.5 m (half standard tree) or 2 m (high standard tree) with the crown on top. The size, which is mentioned in the catalogue, refers to the circumference in centimetres measured at a height of 1 m. E.g.: a high standard tree size 8/10 has a circumference from 8 to 10 cm.

 

Apart from high and half standard trees, we also offer a specific tree type for some varieties: trees with one main branch and small lateral branches starting from below. The size mentioned in our catalogue is the height in cm.

 

 

Small sizes are grown in full soil as well as in containers, whereas large sizes are only grown in full soil. Trees from a container can be planted all year round, ideally from October until April. Container trees continue to grow and don’t suffer from a ‘plant out shock’, because the tree roots don’t get damaged during the planting process.

 

Trees in full soil can only be planted after the foliage has fallen off and the trees are at rest, ideally from early November until late March. Having been planted out on a regular basis, our trees have a dense root ball, which mains they will quickly continue to grow after you have planted them. Depending on the size and the variety, these trees are delivered with bare roots or a (wrapped) ball of soil.

 

Ornamental shrubs

Our selection of (ornamental) shrubs includes evergreen as well as deciduous varieties, suitable for various uses: ground covers, heather plants, flowering and berry shrubs, shaped shrubs, hedging plants, etc. You can find our entire range in the section ‘broad-leaved plants and trees’ in our catalogue.

 

Contrary to trees, shrubs have (nearly) no trunk – they start to branch off right above the soil. The size, mentioned in our catalogue, is the height (or the diameter) of the plant measured in cm. E.g.: a shrub size 60/80 has an overground height of 60 to 80 cm.

 

We grow a wide range of shrubs in containers. These shrubs can be planted all year round, ideally between October and April – during that period, you have the widest choice. Large shrubs are grown in full soil. You can only plant them out when they are at rest, i.e. from early November until late March. Depending on the size and the variety, these plants are delivered with bare roots or with bare roots or a (wrapped) ball of soil.

 

 


 
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