Peony Showgarden Holland is running at the end.
In a beautiful season, the flowering of the “late” peonies continues steadily.
Although the Showtuin started a little later, it was still an early year.
Soon the garden will close again.
Al floral splendor is gone.
This means the end of the season and Peony Showgarden Holland is therefore closed.
Wij expect to reopen the Showgarden in mid-April 2022.
But at R2 Flowers BV you are always welcome for a cup of coffee and a good conversation about peonies.
The Showgarden is now starting to bloom nicely. The crop is in good condition.
The visitors can’t believe their eyes.
If you would like to admire the Showgarden yourself, you can make an appointment.
During the indicated opening days you can also come by without an appointment.
In Holland we say: “April does what it wants!”
Night frost, hail and storm alternated by the sun.
Nevertheless, the development is steady. Here in Salland we are in any case developing ahead of
North Holland and possibly even ahead of the south of the country.
The visitors who pass by leave with a smile on their face.
It’s really worth stopping by.
The vegetation is very important, especially for many flower cutters.
As already indicated, the weather in early spring is not always good.
Then an early variety can also grow a bit later.
The name tags have now been placed and the garden is ready for visitors.
As of today Peony Showgarden Holland is open
Every Thursday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
You can contact one of the brokers of R2 Flowers B.V.
The growth of the peonies has started at a normal time this year. Due to the frost period, the plants did not emerge too early. That gave us time to cover the plants with a layer of solid fertilizer, compost and a mulch against the weeds. The drip line is below the leaf material. As soon as the crop emerges, the name tags will be placed and the garden is ready again for reception during coming season .
We are looking forward to welcome you.
The Peony Show Garden is covered with snow
After a few warm winterperiods there was finally some snow and frost in the Netherlands.
Last autumn the Show Garden was expanded again with dozens of species and seedlings.
In the meantime, these are nicely rooted in the ground.