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 Kwekerij Hoogendoorn Stephanotis
Nursery Hoogendoorn has been a leader in growing Stephanotis for more than 40 years. The Stephanotis is also called bridal flower, because it is often used in wedding ceremonies. With its pristine white, star-shaped flowers in combination with the dark green foliage, the Stephanotis is therefore ideal for festive occasions. The plant is indispensable for communions and other religious moments. The Stephanotis also does well as a houseplant. When the beautiful white flowers open, he surprises with its wonderful scent.
Roobos wholesale for flowers and plants: the most beautiful Stephanotis from nursery Hoogendoorn
The Hoogendoorn nursery range is richer than just Stephanotis. They also grow Ceropegia and Hoya. The most important and beautiful plant is the Stephanotis. The Stephanotis originated in Madagascar. There the plant could let its wild growth go to its heart's content. He climbed up through trees. In the warm climate with lots of rain and light, it could sometimes grow up to four meters long.
Today, the plant is available in various shapes, such as in the shape of a heart or a star. Thanks to its beautiful flower and wonderful fragrance, it is a joy to have around the house. It likes to be in a bright spot, but not in full sun or in a draft. The plant blooms from spring and sometimes continues to flower until the late summer months. Because of the flowering, the plant needs sufficient water. Keep the root ball moist, but avoid a foot bath. Once there are buds you should not turn the plant. He then demonstratively wants to drop his flowers. It is a quirky plant. So if you are looking for a quirky roommate this is the perfect match. Give plant food once a month during flowering. After flowering, the plant goes to rest. Let the wilting tendrils sit and water less. Prune back Stephanotis in early spring to provoke new blooms.
View the most beautiful Stephanotis van Hoogendoorn via their website. You can also find more information about this fantastic company here: https://stephanotis.nl/