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Playfull Garden Collection

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A playful collection with an extraordinary richness of colors, difference in shapes, heights and odors. All year round, even in winter! This collection offers you a wonderfull and special wintersilouet. A sumptuous whole where humans as well as animals will enjoy themselves! This is ‘playing outside’ as Piet Oudolf himself does enjoy all year round!

You can plant 1 m2 with one box. These plants will return bigger after each winter. This 1m2 will be full grown after 3 years.

Unfortunately our plantboxes are not available at this moment in the UK. This is due to phyto certificates and the delivery time that we have decided not to deliver to the UK at this point. We are working on a solution to quickly solve this problem.

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Veronicastrum virginicum ‘Challenger’
These plants are instantly recognizable by their distinctive inflorescence. The beautiful pink with a hint of green in the flowers are packed together in long graceful spikes. There are few outdoor plants so successful at attracting flying insects as Veronicastrum when the spikes are in bloom. The leaf growing in whorls of 5 to 8 leaves around the stem, makes it very attractive as a whole for you garden. Even in winter they make for a strikingly beautiful silhouette.


Delphinium x elatum ‘La Boheme’
This high Delpiunium ‘La Boheme’ has extraordinary bi-colored flowers, blue and white color of these flowers is spherical weekly unique! This Delphinium is a great ornamental, cutting and bee plant. The plants are already operated in Victorian times, when plants had to be admired from all sides. It says something about the beauty of this plant that we want to share with you.


Astrantia major ‘Snow Star’
A gorgeous perennial which in recent years seems to be back with a vengeance, and rightly so! The subtle bract which hides the real flower is just a small piece of embroidery. Astrantia ‘Snowstar’ is almost entirely white flowering with a hint of green in middle. It is a good cut flower, a real treat in a beautiful bouquet of wildflowers. The white buttons give a fantastic playful effect in the border.


Persicaria amplexicaulis ‘Blackfield’
Persicaria amplexicaulis ‘Black Field’ is a flowering knotweed with dark flower spikes. They appear prosper increasingly and intensify their color during the autumn. It’s a real bee lover and a great border plant which will bring your garden to life!


Echinacea purpurea ‘Green Jewel’
As its name suggests, this wonderful Echinacea cultivar has soft emerald green flowers with unusual pointed petals. The large ornate heart of the flower is also green and flowers are held aloft of the foliage on long stems giving the border height and interest. In winter, especially with frost or snow, it provides a breathtaking winter silhouette. This plant, like many Echinacea, is a powerful natural antibiotic.


Stachys ‘Mrs. Magenta’
This strong variety makes a great border plant. The brilliant spikes sway in the wind on a beautiful summer day! Due to its particularly powerful pink flower color, this plant is a magnet for many butterflies.



Monarda ‘Purple Lace’ PBR
This bergamot cultivar has striking cranberry coloured flowers. The flowers are long-lived providing colour and interest well into the winter.  Butterflies and bees are drawn to its colour and the scent of its leaves, which are used to perfume the famous Earl Grey tea.


Melittis melissophyllum ‘Royal Velvet Distinction’
Melittis comes from the Greek Melissa (bee) and Meli (honey). Melissophyllum means ‘bee plant’. It’s a nice-smelling plant with beautiful white flowers with purple stripes. The bilabiate, flowers grow very lush with one to three together in the leaf axils of the upper leaves This perennial can also do very good on a pot for the patio.


Molinia caerulea ‘Edith Dudszus’
This ornamental grass has graceful grey-green leaves and purple-black flower spikes that protrude high above the leaves. The leaves turn a wonderful straw yellow colour in autumn giving your garden interest and structure throughout the winter.

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