Facts of which we are proud:
- we plant our perennials into home prepared garden soil based mix and we do not use peaty substrates for potting plants, therefore when transferred to gardens, our plants
reveal to be luxuriant and resistant,
- pratically all young plants are grown by us (from seed, cutting, division of our mother plants,...)
- before adding a variety to our sortimet we test it first to our climate conditions, by planting it in the field or in bigger pots that stand outside during winter, this enables us to
acquire broad knowledge about the characteristics of all our plants,
- our plants are used for planting roof gardens, cleaning waste waters, around educational or turistic beekipers
facilities, ... as well as private gardens and urban areas,
- we do not have any
heated greenhouses. Three small non heated plastic covered greenhouses are used to overwinter the small youngplants and some adult evergreen plants like Helleborus that would loose their leaves because of the winter winds,
- we are the largest producer of
perennials in Slovenia,
- all plants are grown in our nursery,
- we grow exclusively perennials (see What perennials
- our customers are offered advice about the use and the maintenance of the
- in case plants for larger perennial beds are bought at our nursery we offer
charge-free planting designs
- our staff consists of highly educated people.
hours of the nursery
- from 1st March to 15th November
every workday, Saturday included, from 9 to 17. On Sundays and holidays the
nursery remains closed.
- On previous agreement exceptions can be made.
In Autumn we close the nursery when
cold weather comes (usually in November). We reopen in spring, i.e. on 1st March.
We successfully collaborate with gardening schools and with both the Faculties
of Agriculture located in Ljubljana and Maribor.
Some of our production holders have
been for years now writing articles for specialized magazines and lecturing
on the arrangement of gardens, as well on garden plants. The publication Bradate
perunike – Bearded Irises, by Jožica Golob Klančič, has also met with a wide