Welcome to wonderland
This new early flowering Surfinia® has flowers candy coloured coral flowers, that will take you to a whole new world of wonder. Cover your garden in Surfinia® Coral morn and turn it into a wonderland! She has a very compact and mounding habit with a height of 20 cm to 30 cm. It trails or spreads up to 40 cm which makes her ideal for (mixed) hanging baskets and containers.
Deep in the sea
The deep blue colour of Surfinia® Blue Ocean remind us of magical beaches and mystical mermaids. The vigorous flowering and good branching of these remarkable flowers will cover your city, garden or balcony in a sea of ocean blue. What more can you wish for? All Surfinia® varieties have a strong outdoor performance and have a good immune system.
Fall in love with romance
We fell hard for this beauty. The Surfinia® Trailing Red is the most early trailing red Petunia on the market. Her striking red colour and beautiful free flowering habit create a romantic setting, right out of a novel. The best news? It’s a love that lasts! She starts flowering two weeks earlier than the classic trailing types, has superior weather tolerance, a vigorous habit and very good branching power.
Flaming in pink
Let’s pop some pink bubbles, because this year we are introducing our Granvia in Pink Flame. These bubblegum coloured flowers are a true girls dream. If it would be up to us, we’d cover every gardens in these Alice in Wonderland blooms.
The Granvia® colours are not the only attributes that are lifely; Granvia has a day and night routine, just like humans. Granvia® will only show her buds in the morning and as soon as she feels the sun on her leaves, her big flowers will open up. As the night falls, she’ll fall asleep again and her flowers close up.
Crispy and croky
You can’t go around the sungold Granvia®. She has remarkable big flowers with an intense bright yellow colour. Her big flowers can grow up to be 8 centimeters big. Plant her in a pot or just directly into the ground.
Have a little fun and pick some flowers from the plant and watch them open up in a matter of hours. You can preserve them perfectly and use them in a dried flower bouquet or fresh potpourri. Put some single stems in a mini vase with some water and they’ll last for days.
The luxurious and intense blue colour of Surdiva® Deep Violet Blue makes it a powerful eye-catcher in your garden. A striking Scaevola variety that looks beautiful in hanging baskets, pots, beds and borders.
A girl's best friend
Surdiva® White adds glamour to your life. It covers your garden in pretty white flowers, which makes for a luscious site. If you’re looking for a shiner that will brighten up your garden, Surdiva® White is the plant for you. But if you want to throw a bit more colour into the mix, you can also mixed these little diamonds up with other Surdiva® colours or even other flowers.
The gentle colour of Surdiva® Salmon Pink is a perfect blended tone of pink and orange and gives your garden a tasteful blanket of pastel coloured flowers. Enjoy the delicate and refined touch of Surdiva® Salmon Pink all season long and discover a feeling of refinement.
Surdiva® Light Blue displays delicate light lavender-blue flowers nonstop all summer long. The small, fan-like flowers bloom in clusters and have an elegant and dazzling effect in your garden.
Rose all day
Surdiva® Fashion Pink has a unique dark pink colour which is even more enhanced by its darker green foliage and strong flowering power. The perfect plant to be surrounded with when sipping rose. A colourful bunch for in your garden!
Prince charming can forget about his white horse. He better brings us Surfinia® White Morn instead. Her pure white cloud of flowers, decorated with subtle green veins give off a modern and cool vibe. This trailing Petunia has quite big flowers as they can grow up to 7 centimeters. She’s an early bloomer and lasts longer than the average Petunia. It results in a floral fairytale.
Long may she reign
The classic Purple Surfinia® is the best selling Petunia worldwide, the queen of all bedding other flowers. No wonder, because she is a real eye-catcher. This year we’re re-introducing this icon, innovated and improved. Meet Surfinia® Trailing Violet 2.0. She’s stronger, bouncier and last longer. A next generation of queens is born.
This Light Yellow Surfinia® seems to come straight from the enchanted forest. Her heart shows a bright yellow, which overflows in pastel coloured petals. Her flowers are playful, curly and pop nicely off the green foliage. This Trailing Surfinia® also lasts and blooms earlier than the average Petunia. Ready for some magic?
Ready for a spring scoop? Senetti® white is the first white Pericallis variety on the market. She’s clean, fresh and suits the innocence of spring. The intense dark blue hearts are a stunning contrast with the snow white petals.
Senetti has a compact growing habit and flowers abundantly. She looks perfectly trimmed due to her natural mounding habits. You can award her a nice spot in your garden as soon as the nightfrost is over.
A floral nightsky
We proudly present another never seen colour in our Senetti collection: super blue. This Senetti has flowers that look like they’ve been dipped in ink, as their hue is deeply blue. The yellow pollen forming at its heart almost look like stars on a blue night sky background.
You can keep this beauty as close as you want, as she is suited to decorate both your garden and home. She’ll surely make a nice addition to your interior design.
We’re in love with this Senetti Blue White XXL, she truly has super big flowers. This dreamy variety has the mysterious shade of night. Her petals start out pure and white but quickly turn into a dark blue. A true work of art, as the flowers almost seem like they’re individually painted by hand.
A little fun fact: This variety doesn’t produce yellow pollen, which makes her easier to maintain.
Out of the blue
This might come a little out of the blue, but we’re introducing a third blue variety: Kobalt Blue. You’ll be truly able to trade those winter blues for floral blues and fill your garden with Senetti® super early spring.
And is your Senetti at the end of its blooming phase? No reason to be sad. Cut it back by fifty percent and she’ll surprise you again in late summer by starting a second floral performance.
Sundaville® Up Scarlet has elegant star-shaped scarlet flowers. Her leaves are with long and almost oval shaped. She blooms very early, has good branching and a strong upward growth habit. Sundaville® Up Scarlet is suited for 12 cm pots with minimal support. Its branches can be trained in a spiral through plant supports when grown in bigger pots. This variety is a hungry one and requires a slightly more fertilizer.
The apricot flavour
This new Sundaville variety has delicate 7 cm star shaped with long and thin oval leaves. Her bright heart makes the otherwise slightly pale flowers pop, the apricot colour gets us in the mood for apricots and fresh fruits. Our Apricot Up grows fiercely upwards and as you’ll notice: the sky's the limit!
Red and ready
Spread the word, because Sundaville MiMi Red is here to stay. This shiner is the earliest flowering Mandevilla there is. The medium sized flowers of the Sundaville® MiMi Red have a classic red colour with a yellow heart.
She has good branching and is very compact.
Sweet and Sunny
This new Sundaville® MiMi Yellow has cute yellow flowers with a distinctive green foliage. Covered in sunny flowers, she’ll bring summer vibes into your garden or home. Sundaville MiMi Yellow grows a bit more upright in comparison to MiMi Red, her flowers can grow to be 7 centimeters and she’s very compact.
Bright and Bubbly
We know you were waiting for Mimi in Pink! So here it is. Bright and bubbly, just like you would expect. She is a little sunworshipper and doesn’t require a lot of water. She’s a perfectly mounding mimi and fits perfectly on any gardentable. It’s going to be a lazy summer with this pink lady in your garden.
Lemon and limes
Meet Sundaville Lemon. A new yellow addition to our classic Sundaville® collection. She won’t give you lemons but she’ll shower you with plenty of flowers. And although sour might be in her name, she is just the sweetest. Adding her to your collection of garden plants will create the ultimate summer vibe.
Flowering in fuchsia Sundaville® Fuchsia Pink is an outstanding eye-catching pink variety. It has a similar earliness, vigour and flower size to others from the classic collection. The plant is easy to propagate and to grow. It’s disease resistant and has good outdoor performance.
We’re so excited to share the Carmine XXL with you. She’s a twist on our classics as her big red flowers have a velvety feel, which is almost fabric like. It makes her look very lush and luxurious. Her big flowers can get as big as 8,5 centimeters.
Purring for Purple
The Sunpuma ® Purple princess is a striking plant with unique qualities that are very unusual for an Ipomoea. As she is truly as flexible as the mountain cat, she can be used as either a hanging plant or as a climber. Where the normal Ipomoea is a trailing plant, the Sunpuma® Purple Princess is both trailing and upright growing. Another unique attribute of the Sunpuma® is her flowering. Unlike other Ipomoeas, Purple Princess shows an amazing quantity of pinkish flowers with an impressing size for this genus. That makes her also very suited to make a statement all by her lonesome.
Bee puns really sting
Say hello to our Beedance® Yellow Honey, a stunner that will brighten your summer with her big sunny flowers. She comes with a little warning though, as your garden might get a little buzzy with fuzzy friends. Her scent is a seductive honeysuckle fragrance that will give you butterflies (for real). She has good branching, is an early bloomer and grows compact in a mounding shape.
Insider tip: mix it up! Beedance® is perfectly suited to mix up with other plants and with a Yellow Giant added to the collection, you can create stunning variations using all three available colours.
Sunny side up
The Grandaisy® Sunshine is another yellow variety. But where our Gold variety is shimmering, shiny and bright, is Grandaisy® Sunshine a softer yellow.
This big red flower starts its abundant flowering with a hint of yellow, turning into a bright red colour. The ruby flowers pop against the dark green foliage, turning your garden into a candyland of flowers.
The Grandaisy® flowers will grow to be 6-7 centimeters big on plants that can grow as high as 30 centimeters. If you’re trying to find her a nice spot, you’ll be happy to know she’ll thrive best in a pot that is 15-17 centimeters big. Looking for more fun? Put multiple plants in a bigger pot for a wow-effect.
Great flowers pink alike
The Grandaisy Pink Tourmaline has an unusual intense pink colour, with a white ring that contrasts nicely with her dark heart. This Grandaisy® variety stands out in her flowering shape as she is semi-trailing. She’ll bounce around her pot if she’s allowed enough space to grow.
The Grandaisy® varieties do not need a lot of pinching. You can however, always cut her back when the grows too swiftly. She’ll grow new stems and flowers in no-time and will surprise you with a second floral performance in late summer.
Lemme see your halo
Our Grandaisy® Ivory Halo is probably how most people will imagine a daisy, but bigger! Her big flowers are not the only remarkable feature. The hearts of her flowers are bright yellow and surrounded by a subtle yellow halo, which is how this beauty got her name.
The Argyranthemum variety blooms in early spring, has a medium vigour, good branching, and a strong garden performance. Moreover Grandaisy® has great reflowering power and will bloom again at the end of the season. Therefore, you can enjoy Grandaisy® all year long.
This very special gold Argyranthemum immediately catches your eye when it reaches its full flowering potential. The big flowers of gleaming yellow gold are marked by whiskey coloured hearts. Many of them together form a homogeneous flower display, transforming your garden into a sea of gold.
The Grandaisy® variety has a perfect round mounding shape and compact flowering habits. It makes her easy to grow and perfectly suited for big pots.
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