Nursery Apartus

Nursery Apartus

Our wholesaler of flowers and plants is always selecting only the best growers for our webshop. That is why we only have the most excellent growers in our range. Today we would like to introduce you to Nursery Apartus

Kwekerij Apartus is a family business that has been growing the Bella Donna or French geranium for a long time. In order to remain distinctive, they strive to bring new varieties to the market every year with beautiful colors. In addition to the Bella Donna, they grow Bella Fuchsias, Dahlia, Hibiscus, Digitalis, Helianthus Sunfinity and Cyclamen.

Nursery Apartus is located in Poeldijk in the Westland and in Berkel en Rodenrijs. Our production areas are spread over several sustainable locations. They are also part of the "Geothermal Energy Vogelaer" project. Here geothermal energy is drilled, which means that there is approximately 20,000 tons less CO2 emissions annually. In addition, a lot is saved on gas.

To deal with the environment responsibly, the company has a quality management system and Apartus is in possession of the MPS-A certificate from the Milieu Programma Sierteelt (MPS) foundation. MPS consists of four partial certificates with which the company guarantees sustainability. It offers the possibilities for more efficient work and cost savings. The MPS certificate used for the consumer label for sustainably grown potted plants. Apartus also has MPS-GAP, MPS-SQ, Grasp, and Planet Proof certification for additional requirements for production in the areas of safety, durability and traceability.

In addition, this wonderful company has specialized for more than 24 years in growing:

- French Geraniums

- Dahlia

- Helianthus

- Hibiscus

- Cyclamen

- Bella Fuchsia

- Digitalis

Roobos wholesale for flowers and plants: the beautiful French Geranium from kwekerij Apartus

The French Geranium is a home and garden plant also known as Pelargonium Grandiflorum. You only have to look at the magnificence of the flowers and the colors and you understand what this spring bloomer owes its second name to.

In England the French Geranium is called the Regal Pelargonium and in Germany the Edelgeranie. "Regal" means regal and "Noble" means nobility. 'French' in the Dutch name has a similar meaning in the sense that the plant has French grandeur. Grandeur means majestic, grand, beautiful, elegant. The greatness of the plant is reflected in the large, beautiful flowers (grandiflorum).

The French Geranium is a familiar sight in the nature of southern Africa. Around 1600, VOC ships from the Cape of Good Hope took the plant to Europe, where it scored high in various botanical gardens. With its southern background, it should come as no surprise that the French Geranium still likes to be outside when the frost has disappeared.

French geraniums belong to the Geraniaceae family, the pelargonium family. They occur in temperate to warm regions, especially in southern Africa. How did that family get its special name? The name Pelargonium is derived from the Greek pelargos which means stork. The top of the fruit has a narrow, beak-like shape.

You can recognize the French geranium by the large trumpet-shaped flowers with six petals that grow in clusters and the velvety, serrate leaves. The flowers radiate in one or more spectacular colors. Remarkable fact: not the flowers, but the leaves of French geraniums smell.

And we are proud to be able to supply the most beautiful French Geraniums from our grower Apartus

Would you like more information about nursery Apartus? Have a look at their website

www.apartus.nl

Looking for the best wholesale for flowers and plants? We are MPS certified and we have the Qflor quality brand in our selection, so that you can rely on the highest quality. Always 100% fresh and with a choice of 15,000 products. Do you have any questions or would you like to register as a new customer? Call us on telephone number +31 174 725 380, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or use our online contact form

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