This week, I would like to direct your attention to a few of our newest Crocuses. But first: some practical notifications and tips.
As usual, I have my task laid out before me: tell you more about the Fluwel webshop and encourage you to have a look at our Zantedeschias, Dahlias, Begonias, and all other available flower varieties.
Today, I plan to make you fall in love with the Dahlia. I’m sure you’ll be convinced somewhere during this newsletter: the Dahlia truly deserves every bit of love she receives.
The Snowdrops are ringing
When you listen very closely, you can hear the Snowdrops ringing (in Dutch a Snowdrop is called a Sneeuwklokje or “Snowclock”).
The G-7 will be in your garden upcoming summer
Imagine daring to say that your products are the best of the world for the best prices. Well, I could not, I would not dare.
There will be no newsletter this week
This week, I want to refrain from writing a newsletter to do something else: I would like to introduce you to a few of our new Dahlia varieties.
The Lilies are back online!
As of today, the Lilies have returned to the Fluwel webshop, and I would like to use this opportunity to invite you to have a look at our new assortment!
It’s the season for candles and Christmas cards!
I'm glad my guy isn't a gardener!
I received this statement last Thursday in a wonderful Westland dialect from a nice lady who was butting Amaryllis bulbs at one of our Amaryllis growers.
The Big Spender
As usual, I have to use some of this newsletter to try and sell you a few extra Amaryllis bulbs, or maybe even a couple of nice, spring-blooming flower bulbs, but before I get to that, I would like...
The Amaryllis bulbs are available again!
We are proud to inform you that no fewer than 95 different Amaryllis are available in our webshop this year.
What’s happening in Burgervlotbrug?
It’s been busy as ever in the Belkmerweg: flower bulb growers have been working around the clock the past week.
Daffodils in spring
Spring is too beautiful not to be celebrated, so we plant Daffodils.
Pregnant Flower bulbs
Oh how the time flies.
Newsletters, I love writing them. Sometimes there is not enough time to write one, but fortunately there is Pien who takes the honors with just as much pleasure.
The harvest is in
It was hard work this week; will we be able to get the daffodils of the land before the weekend?
In my last two newsletters, I failed miserably at fulfilling my promise of telling you more about my trip to Spain. I really don’t think I can get out of telling you about it any longer now, so her...
The Daffodil, the flower of Easter
Some days ago a dear friend of mine asked me why Easter is always associated with the color yellow. “well because of the Daffodil of course’ was my first response. But to be honest I also did not k...