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Our organically grown flower bulbs assortment is further expanded in 2018

We would like to show you our flowers and the bees at


Why organic flower bulbs?
Listen to Dave Goulson  ,
and/or read the article in The Telegraph, 'Don't plant poisoned flower bulbs' (and that's why we - beekeepers - don't sell these bulbs)  

We co-operate with estates, communities and towns who like to plant only chemical-free bulbs in Holland and Belgium. Many signed a bee-convenant to make that clear to their inhabitants, But up till now only 0,1% of the flower bulbs grow without chemicals. Where can one purchase these chemical-free bulbs?

We try to fill this gap and are also offer an assortment of narcissi, tulips and hyacinths.

At the moment only 0,1% of the flower bulbs grows in the fields of these organic growers. Many other growers would like to make the step from growing regular to organic. Consumers determine if this percentage will grow in service of the living quality of the soil, the availability of food for the useful insects like honeybees, wild bees, butterflies and bumblebees, the diversity of plants, the birds, etc. Our choices determines our future and the future of our children. With many thanks to the brave growers who are pionering in these difficult times.


With the floral wishes of our busy and buzzing flower-bulb-team.