The Maori® plants are trendy and unique, and perfectly consistent with an minimalist style. Less is more is the ideal saying for these unusual (branch-shaped) plants. However, due to their modest greenery, the plants provide a lot of atmosphere in a room and represent the nature element. The Maori® plant is suitable for indoors and outdoors (-5 gr).
The Maori® comes in three varieties: Green Leaf, Silver Leaf & Little Leaf.
Campanula with a much looser and wilder habit with flared shoots laden with flowers, a long an lustrous flowering period, colours: purple, blue, white, pink, twins & trio's (= blooms in two colors: purple, white & pink). Ideal for the patio and outdoors, can also grow indoors, suitable for hanging baskets.
Campanula with its compact and rounded habit, flowers evenly spread across the plant, a long and lustrous flowering period, colours: purple, lavender, white & Intense Purple. Winter hardy, ideal for indoors and on the patio, can also grow outdoors, suitable for hanging baskets.
Addenda® is an A-brand for flowering plants, founded by a growers' association. As one of the very first growers' associations in the Netherlands, we offer a huge range of Campanulas and Hebes. From plants in small pots, to pots for patios, terraces and hanging wall planters. In 2018 Addenda® introduced a third product line: Maori®. Maori® is suitable for indoor and outdoor use and yearround available.
If plants have our trademark, you are assured of absolute top quality. Each plant has its own brand and unique character, so you can specifically choose the one that suits you. In addition to outstanding quality, we guarantee you can benefit from an ever-expanding range. During product development, fulfilling the wishes of consumers is always central. Every year around 1,000 new cultivars obtained by crossing are scrutinised by our growers - only the very best pass the inspection.
We achieve this in combination with environmentally friendly cultivation methods. We use natural predators as far as possible to control any pests and diseases.
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