1. Peter Nyssen Statement on the Coronavirus and its Effects

    To all of our dear Peter Nyssen customers. What strange times we are living in. As the situation with Coronavirus unfolds, we wanted to let you know what we at Peter Nyssen are doing to manage the situation. The health and safety of our staff is our top priority. Luckily, most of them are able to work remotely and our warehouse is manned by only Read more...
  2. How to plant sarcococcas

    Sarcococcas or Christmas boxes are non demanding, bushy everygreen shrubs bearing glossy leaves and tiny, sweetly scented, creamy flowers that will hang from the stems before being replaced by small black berries. Commonly used as ground-cover or edging plants, they are especially suited to the woodland garden or shady border. Try mixing with hardy Read more...
  3. How to plant philadelphuses

    Native to a variety of scrub and rocky habitats found in temperate Europe, Asia and America, philadelphuses are vigorous deciduous shrubs producing delicate white scented flowers and dark green leaves. Easy to grow, they require little attention and will be at home in any garden. Try planting with eryngiums or heucheras. Plant philadelphuses in Read more...
  4. How to plant hydrangeas

    Hydrangeas or hortensias will bring a touch of nostalgic charm to the garden with their exquisite, show-stopping blooms held above crisp saw-toothed leaves on tall stems. From mid to mid-autumn, these long-lasting plants native to Asia and America will reward you with sumptuous, dense foliage and exquisite heads packed with small, delicate flowers Read more...
  5. How to plant fuchsias

    Throughout the summer and until the first frosts, fuchsias will grace your garden with masses of exotic, two-tone pendent flowers. Perfect backdrop to hardy perennial plants, these garden favourites will look fantastic planted in the garden border or cascading down from hanging baskets and containers. Plant fuchsias outdoors in moist, well-drained Read more...
  6. How to plant cornuses (dogwoods)

    Commonly known as dogwoods, cornuses will bring decorative and structural interest to the garden throughout the seasons. In spring, these easy to grow decidious shrubs will carry clusters of delicate small white flowers that will soon be replaced by white berries turning blue-ish towards the end of the summer. In autumn, they will provide much Read more...
  7. How to plant caryopterises

    Caryopterises or bluebeards are low-growing, compact deciduous shrubs producing clusters of intense dark blue flowers and aromatic leaves subtly tinged with silver on the underside. Native to dry and warm mountains slopes found in East Asia, these robust and drought tolerant late summer/early autumn flowering woody perennials will bring structure Read more...
  8. How to plant buddlejas

    Also known as butterfly bushes, buddlejas are wonderful decorative shrubs bearing spikes of small, colourful flowers held above dense foliage on arching branches. Native to the rocky areas, scrublands and riverbanks commonly found in Africa, America and Asia, these fast-growing and easy to care for honey-scented plants will attract and sustain a Read more...
  9. How to plant amarines belladiva

    Native to South Africa, this fabulous cross between an amaryllis and a nerine will bear impressive clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers held on top of tall naked stems before strap-like leaves begin to emerge in autumn. Originally grown for the cut flower trade, these wonderfully fragant and exotic perennials will reward you with spectacular, long- Read more...
  10. How to plant tellimas

    Also known as fringe cups, tellimas grandiflora are lovely ornamental herbaceous perennials producing rosettes of heart-shaped, hairy leaves from which protrude masses of tiny greenish-white flowers held on slender stems in the spring — as they age, the small flowers will gradually take a pinkish hue. Native to the cool, moist forests commonly Read more...

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