S.P. 143 Km 4,100, C.da Cefalicchio
IT 76012 Canosa di Puglia (BT)
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Mr. Sabino Garibaldi
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Punica granatum nanum

Punica granatum nanum

Punica granatum nanum belongs to ornamental rounded and compact shrubs with shiny green caduceus leaves that become golden yellow in autumn. Throughout the summer, it produces a spectacular red florescence and small non-edible, red-orange fruits from August to November. It requires to be exposed to sunny bright areas.

We produce different sizes, pots and shapes (Bush, Tree, and Pyramid)

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Eucalyptus gunnii

Eucalyptus gunnii

Eucalyptus is a tree, but it can also be cultivated as shrub. Usually, it is evergreen although some tropical species tend to lose their leaves at the end of the dry season. It has an erected trunk, which is robust and with a gray bark that tends to break into red scales with the advancing of the plant’s age. The foliage is oval, but not too wide. The leaves are oval and gray-blue coloured, and in summer they produce small white or greenish pompom-shaped flowers that are followed then by small and rounded fruits containing the seeds.

Eucalyptus foliage contains a very aromatic essential oil that is used in Herbal Medicine and also by the pharmaceutical industry. It is recommended to place the plant in a sunny place and sheltered from the wind. The Eucalyptus gunnii does not fear the cold, but part of the hair may be ruined by the intense winter winds. The plant requires to be placed in full sunlight areas.

We produce different sizes, pots and shapes (Bush, Tree, Ball, and Pyramid).

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Laurus nobilis

Laurus nobilis

Laurus nobilis is an evergreen shrub that grows slowly. At the beginning, the stem is reddish brown, then it becomes gray. The leaves are shiny and have the undulating margin, the underside is opaque, whereas the upper side is very dark green. The flowers are very small and are white-yellow coloured.

This plant blooms in March-April and it can be exposed to both partial shade and bright sunlight. It resists well to high and low temperatures, but it can fear intense and prolonged frosts. Concerning the watering, it is necessary to avoid too long periods of drought.

We produce different sizes, pots and shapes (Bush, Tree, Ball, and Pyramid).

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Opuntia ficus indica

Opuntia ficus indica

Opuntia ficus indica is an evergreen plant belonging to the family of cactus. It is composed of oval, flattened, and fleshy segments called ‘phylloctades’. From late spring until the summer, this plant produces many flowers that are distributed over the phylloctades. Following the flowers, green, ovals, fleshy and spiny fruits come in succession, and then they become purplish-red during the ripening. The entire plant is edible.

We produce different shapes (available with or without fruit)

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Dipladenia Sundaville

Dipladenia Sundaville

Dipladenia is an evergreen climbing plant. The leaves are shiny and spear shaped, whereas the flowers are bell-shaped and open themselves in five lobes. Depending on the species, the colour varies from white to yellow, until to be pink or purple-red. It must be watered regularly, and it does not need a lot of water and can tolerates short periods of drought  without any problem, therefore the plant shall be exposed to half-shade. It must be placed in a well-lit spot, but not with direct light because this could burn the leaves and make the flowers less long-lasting.

This plant must also be protected by currents and wind, which could compromise its growth and abort the flowers. It does not fear the summer heat, but it fears the bitter cold, especially if this is intense and prolonged.

We produce different sizes, pots and shapes (Bush, Tree, Basket, Pyramid, Espalier)

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General Catalogue

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Company news

Caporalplant at a glace

Caporalplant at a glace

A fourth-generation grower, contending with thousands of years of history and territorial agricultural heritage; around 80 hectares of cultivated lands, of which 12 occupied by high technology glasshouse production systems, developing on the whole more than 35,000 kg of oxygen on a daily basis, enough to feed some 42,000 people; and, of course, the strength of a group of professionals working together since decades, all committed to build a success story.

That’s Caporalplant in a nutshell: cultivation, sale and delivery of exclusive colourful plants, with a strong eye for experimenting, innovating and investing in research and development, which translate into greater attention to the environment, the ecology, and the community at large.

Our nursery aims to distinguish itself not just for sizes – being currently the second largest of Southern Italy, and bound for further expansion in the near future – but also for its vast and unique assortment and, crucially, for quality. The excellence is indeed certified and guaranteed by relevant competent authorities, since our strength lies precisely on the high consideration for services, combined with a number of internal systems for evaluation and monitoring of plant welfare.

These must be key pillars for everyone, especially for experts in the field of flower- and plant-nursery, who constantly look for new and different species, both in terms of quality and quantity. Well-conscious of our important potential for growth, they will find here their just dimension.

Among the programmes in progress, are a more effective cooperation with landscapers for the realization of large-scale architectural and urban projects, as well as the launch of the “Young Plants” project, both blessed by the favourable climate and general atmosphere of our Apulia region, one recently re-discovered as a tourist destination par excellence.

With regard to its international stance, finally, Caporalplant will be present also this year at the fairs of Essen, Germany (IPM Essen) from 23 to 26 January 2018, and of Milan, Italy (Myplant & Garden) scheduled for 21 until 23 February 2018, among the others.

Come and see our plants and meet the Caporalplant's team at IPM Essen at Hall 7 – Booth 7E41.

* For further information about the company and its assortment of products, please visit the website: http://www.caporalplant.com/en/

Company profile

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Spread over an area of 80 hectares, Caporalplant is specialised in the production of Mediterranean plants.

Caporalplant offers a vast assortment of potted flowering plants, such as Lantana, Solanum, Bougainvillea, Dipladenia, Polygala etc., as well as green plants like Phyllostachys Bamboo, Arbutus unedo, Pittosporum tobira, and Eucalyptus gunnii, to name but a few, along with an important collection of aromatic plants having different sizes and shapes.  Among the Mediterranean plants, are Punica granatum, Olea europaea, Vitis vinifera, Opuntia ficus indica, and Ficus carica.

Professionalism, wide range of products, state-of-the-art and clean technology, let alone excellent logistics facilities, are key to our core business strategy for securing high quality standards.  The ongoing search for new products, then, is one of the company’s most important goals to be competitive on the market and also stay abreast with the challenges of innovation, with a view to both diversification and sustainable development.