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Flower Bulb Collection Autumn 2017


Dear Bulb Planters,

We are pleased to present you our new catalogue for Autumn 2017. As this program has proven to be very successful and continues to grow every year, we have decided to create our own logo and brand name for this program; CSW Landscaping. What did not change is the energy we put in selecting new varieties in combination with the well know “proven winners”. To increase our level of service we have broadened our range of varieties extensively. Especially our section of specialty bulbs went through a thorough upgrade as we see that these type of bulbs are becoming more popular. Another major change is that we have decreased the number of bulbs per package for most bulbs. Please see our pricelist for details. This will offer our customers the opportunity to create even more variegated garden displays! We hope you will enjoy leafing through the pages and we hope that we may serve you this Autumn!

Table of Content Darwinhybrid Tulips Double Early Tulips Double Late Tulips Lily Flowering Tulips Fringed Tulips Double Fringed Tulips Viridiflora Tulips Kaufmanniana Tulips Fosteriana Tulips Greigii Tulips Parrot Tulips Single Late Tulips Single Early Tulips Triumph Tulips Species Tulips Trumpet Narcissus Large Cupped Narcissus Double Narcissus Split Corona Narcissus Cyclamineus Narcissus Jonquilla Narcissus Species Narcissus Triandrus Daffodil Small Cupped Daffodil Poeticus Narcissus Tazetta Narcissus Hyacinthus Specialty Bulbs Fall Flowering Specialty Bulbs Mixtures

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Varieties marked with ® are varieties for which an application for growers right has been filed or for which grower rights have been granted.


Our Team of Specialists

Ronald van Loon

Ton de Haan

Eric Breed

Jan Iversen Denmark & Sweden

Staffan Bengtsson Norway

Used Symbols Growing height Flowering period

Fragrant

70/m2

Advised number of bulbs per square meter

Suitable for naturalising

Suitable for indoor growing

Suitable for pots and containers

Suitable for machine planting

Flowering periods; 1-January 2-February 3-March 4-April 5-May 6-June

7-July 8-August 9-September 10-October 11-November 12-December

Information related to the used symbols is based on Dutch growing conditions.


Tulipa Darwinhybrids Darwinhybrid Tulips Darwinhybrid Tulips are all single-flowered cultivars with long-lasting flowers on strong stems. This type of tulip is very suitable for mass planting in a landscape setting or, with its height of 50-60 cm good as cut flower. When planted at a depth of at least 15 cm, this group of tulips gives a good performance for several years. Mid-season flowering. 60

Apeldoorn’s Elite

Apricot Delight®

60

40

4

Daydream 50

4

Lady van Eijk 50

4

4

4

55

4

Apricot Impression® 55

Golden Parade 60

American Dream®

Ad Rem

4

Hakuun® 55

4

4

Beauty of Spring® 55

4

Ivory Floradale 55

4

Light and Dreamy 50

4

American Dream® & Daydream


Tulipa Darwinhybrids-Double Early

Mystic van Eijk®

Orange Balloon®

Orange van Eijk

50

50

50

4

4

4

Parade 55

Silverstream

Pink Impression® Darwinhybrids in a mass planting

60

4

4

55

4

Double Early Tulips Double Early Tulips are hybrids of Single Early Tulips. Tulips are regarded double when they have more than 6 petals. Double Early Tulips are the first double flowering tulips to flower and have peony like flowers on short sturdy stems and are suitable for borders, mass planting or pots.

Amazing Grace® 40

Foxtrot® 30

4

4

40

30

4

3/4

Mondial®

Margarita

Foxy Foxtrot® 30

4

Exotic Emperor

25

4


Tulipa Double Early-Double Late

Monsella 30

Double early tulips are excellent for use on pots!

Showcase 35

4

4

30

4

Monte OrangeÂŽ

Peach Blossom

30

25

Verona 40

4

Monte Carlo

4

Viking 25

4

4

Willemsoord 25

4

Double Late Tulips Group with same characteristics as the group of Early Flowering Double Tulips. The difference with the double early flowering varieties is that most of these tulips are taller and that they flower later in the season. Angelique 45

5

Backpacker 45

5


Tulipa Double Late

Black Hero® 60

5

Blue Diamond 40

4/5

Carnaval de Nice 50

5

Copper Image®

Double Touch®

Dream Touch®

35

55

45

4/5

Mount Tacoma 45

5

Orange Princess 25

4/5

5

35

5

5

Red Princess 25

Toplips

Sun Lover® 45

5

5

Uncle Tom 45

5

Charming Beauty® 45

5

Miranda 45

4/5

Shirley Double® 40

4/5

Yellow Pomponette® 45

4/5


Tulipa Lily-Flowering Lily-Flowering Tulips These group of tulips is named for the shape of their blooms, which resemble old species tulips from Turkey. Their long, pointed petals arch outward and, when fully open, look like a six-point star. Most varieties bloom late in the season and grow up to 50-60 cm and are not as sturdy as most other tulip types. However their grace and elegance easily compensate this.

Budlight®

Ballerina 45

5

40

Burgundy 50

5

Claudia 50

5

China Pink Mixture of Tulipa Jazz® and Fly Away

60

5

5

45

5

5

55

5

5

Fly Away 50

Marilyn

Jazz® 50

45

Flashback

Elegant Lady®

Greenstar® 50

5

5

Merlot 55

5


Tulipa Lily Flowering-Fringed

Moonlight Girl 50

5

Pretty Woman® 55

5

Purple Dream 50

4/5

White Triumphator 65

5

Fringed Tulips Fringed Tulips, also known as Crispa Tulips, are sports of Single Late Tulips. Accordingly, they are flowering late in the season. The edges of the petals are fringed, appearing to be frayed. The blooms are especially long lasting. These elegant tulips are becoming more popular every year! Colourful mix planting of lily flowering tulips

Cummins® 50

5

Fancy Frills® 45

5

Curly Sue® 50

5

Honeymoon® 50

5

Tulipa Cummins® in combination with Allium Early Emperor


Tulipa Fringed-Viridiflora Double Fringed Tulips A rather new group of tulips. The flowers unfurl gradually to expose layer upon layer of petals,like old-fashioned frilly petticoats. Maja 60

5

Pacific Pearl® 50

5

Vincent van Gogh® 60

5

Cool Crystal® 35

5

Sensual Touch® Tulipa Queensland® in combination with Muscari

45

5

Queensland® 30

5

Snow Crystal 35

5

Viridiflora Tulips Elegant class of tulips with cup-shaped flowers on long sturdy stems. The green on the petals make that Viridiflora Tulips have an exceptionally long flowering period. Most Viridiflora Tulips flower late as many mutated from Single Late Tulips.

Groenland

Flaming Springgreen® 50

5

50

5

Spring Green 45

5


Tulipa Kaufmanniana Kaufmanniana Tulips Kaumanniana Tulips are, with some exceptions, generally low growing which make them ideal for rock gardens and containers. The flowers have pointed petals which open almost completely flat on sunny days. This type of tulip is also called water lily tulip as a fully opened flower looks like a water lily. Leaves are often striped or mottled. Early flowering and very suitable for naturalising.

4/5 Concerto 20

3/4

Corona 20

3/4

Tulipa Showwinner and Stresa

Ice Stick

Heart’s Delight 20

3/4

40

3/4

Jeantine 20

3/4

Scarlet Baby 20

Showwinner Ice Stick,the tallest Kaufmanniana Tulip

25

3/4

3/4

Stresa 25

3/4


Tulipa Fosteriana Fosteriana Tulips This group of tulips is also known as Emperor Tulips These tulips have been bred from Tulipa Fosteriana which grows in Central Asia. Fosteriana Tulips vary somewhat in height but they all produce large flowers in bright colours on strong stems. These tulips are very long lasting and ideal for naturalising. Analita 30

Golden Purissima 40

4

Juan 45

Princeps 25

3/4

Sweetheart 40

4

4

3/4

Flaming Purissima 40

4

Madame Lefeber

Orange Emperor

40

40

4

4

Purissima 40

4

Sweet SixteenÂŽ 25

4

Tulipa Juan in combination with Narcis Quail


Tulipa Greigii-Parrot Greigii Tulips Greigii Tulips originated from Tulipa greigii species which are native to Kazachstan. Greigii Tulips have large flowers compared to the plants as a whole. The flowers come in very bright colours often with twotoned petals and open wide in full sun. Greigii Tulips are ideal for rock gardens and pots as they are very short. The distinctive foliage is mottled with maroon stripes.

Cape Cod 30

Portland 30

4

Quebec 30

4

25

Red Riding Hood 30

4

4

Toronto 30

4

Winnipeg

Vanilla CreamÂŽ 45

4

4

Pinocchio

30

4

Mixture of multiflowering Greigii tulips.

Parrot Tulips These tulips were developed from mutations of certain late flowering and Triumph Tulips. Flowers are large and have deeply feathered, curled or twisted brightly coloured petals. Parrot Tulips are somewhat sensitive to cold and wet weather so they require a somewhat protected spot. Flowering season is mid to late. They make excellent cutflowers.

Apricot Parrot 50

5

Black Parrot 45

5


Tulipa Parrot-Single Late

Elsenburg

Bright Parrot 45

Apricot Parrot in combination with Queen of Night

Irene Parrot 60

5

Rococo 40

5

5

Estella Rijnveld 50

5

Super Parrot® 55

5

50

5

Flaming Parrot 60

5

Victoria’s Secret® 45

5

Single Late Tulips This group, also known as Mayflowering Tulips, come in a wide range of colours. Together with the Darwinhybrid Tulips these are the tallest tulips. They have large, oval, almost egg-shaped flowers. Very good as cutflowers. Angels Wish 60

5

Big Smile® 60

5


Tulipa Single Late

Caravelle

Blushing Lady 50

5

55

5

60

Queen of Night 60

5

5

5

5

El Nino 60

Maureen 70

5

5

Menton 60

5

Survivor 60

Temple of Beauty® 75

60

La Courtine

Kingsblood 55

5

Dordogne

5

Toyota 60

5

Mix planting of Tulipa Maureen and Menton

Violet Beauty® 55

5

World Expression® 60

5


Tulipa Sing Early Single Early Tulips One of the oldest group of tulips in cultivation. These tulips are known for having very strong stems. This means they will stand up well to wind and rain. They come in a wide range of colours and are suitable for beds, borders and even indoor forcing. Candy Prince®

Christmas Dream

35

40

4

4

Couleur Cardinal 35

4

Flair 30

4

Pretty Princess 30

5

Mixture of Tulipa Candy Prince®, Purple Prince® & Sunny Prince®

Prinses Irene 25

4

Purple Prince®

Sunny Prince®

35

35

4

4


Tulipa Triumph Triumph Tulips This is the largest group of tulips and they come in every possible colour and colour combination. Triumph Tulips are a result of a cross between Single Early Tulips and later flowering varieties. The flowers have the classic tulip flower shape. Triumph Tulips have strong stems which makes them suitable for every location in a garden or park.

40

Annie Schilder 40

4

Flaming Flag® 45

4

Havran 45

4

4

15

Fontainebleau 50

4

4

4

Gavota 40

Leen van der Mark 45

4

40

Calgary®

Attila 50

Affaire®

Abu Hassan

4

Dynasty® 45

4/5

4

Happy Generation® 45

4

Negrita

Mistress® 50

4

40

4/5


Tulipa Triumph-Species

Pallada 30

4

Paul Scherer® 50

Shirley

Ronaldo® 35

4

4

35

4

Pays Bas® 45

4

Rem’s Favourite® 55

Silver Cloud 35

4

4

Slawa 35

4

Species Tulips that are wild, or close to wild, naturalise extremely well. As most tulips in this class are fairly short, they are absolutely ideal for rock gardens and pots. They also look wonderful when planted in large, one-colour flower beds.

Strong Gold 35

4

bakeri Lilac Wonder 15

4

Tom Pouce® 35

4

batalinii Bright Gem 10

4/5

clusiana Cynthia 20

4

clusiana var. Stellata 30

4


Tulipa Species

humilis 10

3/4

linifolia 15

4

humilis Helene 10

4

polychroma 15

4

humilis Persian Pearl 10

4

hum. Alba Coerulea Oculata

10

praestans Fusilier 25

4

saxatilis 30

4

tarda The ornamental seedpods of Tulipa turkestanica

10

3/4

4

sylvestris

praestans Shogun 25

4

30

4

turkestanica 20

4


Narcissus Trumpet-Large Cupped Trumpet Narcissus Trumpet Narcissus have this “traditional� narcissus form. One large blossom per stem and the trumpet is very long. Specifically: the length of the petals or longer. These Narcissus are well known for their long blooming season and their very large blossoms. Excellent for landscaping and naturalising. Avalon 40

Dutch Master 50

3/4

Pistachio 45

4

Marieke

Golden Harvest 45

3/4

45

4

3/4

50

15

3/4

4

Mount Hood 40

Topolino

Las Vegas 45

4

British Gamble

3/4

W.P. Milner 20

3/4

Large Cupped Narcissus Large Cupped Narcissus is the group you see most often in gardens. Large Cupped Narcissus have a cup which is more than one third but less than equal to in length than the petals. This group of Narcissus come in a wide range of colours and in a wide variety of cup shapes. Flowers are extremely weather-tolerant and are suitable for every possible use; beds,borders, cut flower and for indoor forcing. Also good for naturalising.

Brackenhurst 40

4

Carlton 40

3/4


Narcissus Large Cupped-Double

Chromacolor 40

4

Ice Follies 40

3/4

Flower Record 45

4

40

4

4

Pink Charm

Merels Favourite 40

Greengarden

Frosty Snow

40

4

45

4

Professor Einstein 45

3/4

Double Narcissus This class of Narcissus has flowers that have extra petals, a double trumpet or even both. Double Narcissus come in a wide range of colours. Good as cut flower and very suitable for beds and borders. Some varieties require some protection from the wind. Salome 40

3/4

Albus Plenus Odoratus

Stainless 45

4

Cheerfulness

35 Cheerfulness & Yellow Cheerfulness 40 4/5

4

Delnashaugh 40

4

Flower Parade 40

4


Narcissus Double-Split Corona and Papillon

Heamoor

Golden Ducat 40

4

45

Manly 40

4

Obdam 40

Tête Bouclé® 20

3/4

4

4

Ice King

4

40

Sweet Pomponette 40

Von Sion 25

4

45

Irene Copeland

4

White Lion 40

4

4

Tahiti 45

4

Yellow Cheerfulness 35

4

Split Corona and Papillon Narcissus Varieties in this division have a very different flower form compared to the usual flower form. The term split corona refers to the cup which is split for at least 50% of its length. This makes that these varieties have open, upfacing flowers often resembling a hibiscus. Split corona Narcissus are suitable for mass planting and as cut flower. Most varieties flower mid-spring.

Apricot Whirl 35

4

Cassata 35

3/4


Narcissus Split Corona-Cyclamineus

Orangery

Congress 40

4

45

4

Trepolo

Parisienne 40

4

40

4

Cyclamineus Narcissus This division of Narcissus have straight slender trumpets and reflexed petals. The reason why this division is called cyclamineus is that several varieties from this group strongly resemble a cyclamen. Cyclamineus Narcissus are one of the first group to flower in spring. As most varieties from this group are rather small they give a better performance when planted close together or in front of the border. They are also excellent for rock gardens and for indoor forcing.

3

30

Peeping Tom 35

3/4

25

4

25

4

3/4

Cotinga 25

20

3

4

Peeping Jenny 30

TĂŞte-a-TĂŞte

Prototype 30

4

Jetfire

Jenny

February Gold 25

Cha-Cha

4

Toto 25

4


Narcissus Jonquilla-Species Jonquilla Narcissus This division of Narcissus is known as the most fragrant division. The flowers come in a wide range of colours and have flat or slightly reflexed petals and a wide cup. The flower stems normally bear 2-6 flowers resulting in a long flowering period. They naturalise very well and flower mostly late in the season. Bell Song 40

45

4

35

30

4

40

4

Sailboat

Quail 20

40

Lieke

Kokopelli

Kedron

4

Golden Echo

4

Silver SmilesÂŽ

4

30

4

4

Pipit 30

4

Sweet SmilesÂŽ 35

4

Species Narcissus This division contains different daffodil species in their wild (or reputedly wild) forms and hybrid Narcissus derived therefrom (which are distinguished solely by their Latin botanical name)

obvallaris

lobularis 15

3/4

30

3/4


Narcissus Triandrus-Small Cupped Triandrus Narcissus This division of Narcissus is well known for its rich and long flowering period. Triandrus Narcissus have more than one flower per stem. Flowers are slightly nodding and have slightly reflexed petals. Almost all varieties have a nice and sweet fragrance. Triandrus Narcissus are very suitable for use in pots, as cut flower and perennializing in semi-shady areas. Flowering time is mid to late season.

Hawera 25

30

4

35

4/5

25

Stint

Petrel

Lemon Drops

4/5

Katie HeathÂŽ

35

4

4

Thalia 30

4

Small Cupped Narcissus This division is not much different compared to Large Cupped Narcissus. The only real distinguishing characteristic is that varieties from this class have a cup which length is equal or less than one third the length of the petals. Varieties from this division come in many different colours and are very good naturalisers. Barrett Browning 45

Polar Ice 35

4/5

Queen of the North 45

4

4

Falmouth Bay 55

White Lady

Ringtone 40

4

4

35

4


Narcissus Poeticus-Tazetta Poeticus Narcissus All varieties from this division have large white petals amd a small, rimmed cup in contrasting colours like yellow, red or lime green. All poeticus Narcissus naturalise well and have a pleasant fragrance. As this type of narcissus flowers late, it combines perfectly with late flowering tulips such as lily flowering, Single Late or Double Late tulips.

Actaea

poeticus var. recurvus 45

45

4/5

4

Tazetta Narcissus This group of Narcissus is famous for being very floriferous and having a very sweet, musky fragrance. They produce several blossoms per stem. A minimum of 3 or 4, but clusters of 18 are not rare. As this type of daffodil is generally found in warmer regions they are somewhat tender and could benefit from some winter protection. Good for beds, borders, cutting and indoor forcing. 40

Golden Dawn 40

4/5

Martinette 40

4

Geranium

Cragford 4

35

Ziva

Minnow 20

4

4

45


Hyacinthus

Blue Jacket 25

4

Delft Blue 25

4

Purple Sensation® 25

4

Pink Festival 25

4

Carnegie 10

4

City of Haarlem

Dark Dimension

25

25

Gipsy Queen 25

4

Splendid Cornelia 25

4

4

Pink Pearl

Jan Bos 25

4

Woodstock® 25

3/4

4

25

4

Blue Festival 25

4

White Festival 25

4

Creative use of Hyacinthus Dark Dimension


Specialty Bulbs Allium

Allium atropurpureum

Allium Ambassador® 130

6

50

6

Allium caeruleum

Allium christophii

50

50

6

Allium cowanii Alliums are attractive to bees

40

5

6

Allium am. Forelock 150

6-7 15

Allium Gladiator 130

5-6

Allium karataviense 20

5-6

Allium Globemaster® 80

4

Allium kar. Ivory Queen® 20

5-6

Allium Graceful Beauty® 40

5-6

Allium moly 25

6-7

Allium Hair® 90

6-7

Allium Mount Everest 125

6


Specialty Bulbs Allium-Anemone

Allium neapolitanum 35

5

70

Allium schubertii 45

5-6

Allium Summer Drummer 7-8

150

Anemone Charmer 10

3

Allium nigrum 6

Allium sen. ssp.montanum 25

7-8

Allium unifolium Eros® 35

5-6

Allium Pink Jewel® 75

6-7

Allium Silverspring® 75

5

Allium ursinum 30

4-5

Allium Purple Sensation 75

5-6

Allium sphaerocephalon 60

7-8

Anemone Blue Shades 10

3

Anemone White Splendour 10

3

Fritillaria michailovskyi in combination with Anemone


Specialty Bulbs Anemone-Arum

Anemone De Caen 25

5

Anemone Mr. Fokker 25

5

Anemone Governor 25

5

Anemone n. Robinsoniana 10

3/4

Anemone Bicolor

Anemone Bride

25

25

5

Anemone Sylphide 25

5

Anemone Lord Lieutenant 25

5

Anemone nem. Vestal 10

3-4

5

Anemone St. Brigid 25

5

Anemone Mount Everest 25

5

Anemone Hollandia 25

5

Anemone Admiral 25

5

Anemone nemerosa 10

3-4

Anemone ranunculoides Arum italicum marmoratum 15

3-4

30

4-5


Specialty Bulbs Camassia-Corydalis

Camassia leicht. Blue Heaven

65

5-6

Camassia quamash 35

5-6

Chionodoxa luc. Alba 10

2-3

Corydalis cava 20

3

Camassia leicht. Caerulea 80

5-6

Chionodoxa for. Blue Giant 15

2-3

Chionodoxa sardensis 10

2-3

Corydalis solida 20

3

Camassia leicht. Sacajawea

80

5-6

Chionodoxa for. Pink Giant 15

2-3

Convallaria majalis 25

5

Corydalis sol. Beth EvansÂŽ 15

3

Camassia leicht. Semiplena

80

5-6

Chionodoxa luciliae 10

2-3

Convallaria majalis rosea 25

5

Corydalis sol. G.P. Baker 15

3


Specialty Bulbs Crocus

Crocus ancyrensis(Golden Bunch)

10

3

Crocus chrys. fuscotinctus 10

3

Crocus tommasinianus 10

3

Crocus chrys. Ard Schenk

10

3

Crocus chrys. Prins Claus 10

3

Crocus tomm. Albus rosea 10

3

Crocus chrys. Blue Pearl 10

3

Crocus chrys. Romance 10

3

Crocus tomm. Barr’s Purple

10

3

Crocus tomm. Whitewell Purple

10

3

Crocus tommassinianus are excellent for naturalising

Crocus chrys. Cream Beauty 10

3

Crocus ssp. subl. Tricolor

10

3

Crocus tomm. Ruby Giant

10

3


Specialty Bulbs Crocus-Fritillaria

Crocus vernus Flower Record

15

3

15

Crocus vernus Vanguard 15

3

6

Fritillaria Garland Star 90

4/5

3

Crocus Yellow Mammouth 15

Eremurus robustus 175

Crocus vernus Grand Maitre

3

Eremurus stenophyllus 90

6

Fritillaria Maxima Lutea 90

4/5

Crocus vernus Jeanne d’Arc

15

3

Cyclamen coum hybrids 10

2/3

Erythronium Pagoda 20

4/5

Fritillaria Rubra Maxima 90

4/5

Crocus vernus Pickwick 15

3

Eranthis hyemalis 5

2/3

Erythronium rev. White Beauty

20

4

Fritillaria meleagris 25

4


Specialty Bulbs Fritillaria-Hyacinthoides

Fritillaria michailovskyi 20

Fritillaria persica 100

4/5

Galanthus niv. Flore Pleno 15

2/3

Hyacinthoides hisp. blue 25

5

Fritillaria pers. Ivory Bells 100

4/5

Galanthus woronowii 15

2/3

Hyacinthoides hisp. pink 25

5

4

Fritillaria raddeana 65

4/5

Galanthus elwesii

Galanthus nivalis

15

15

2/3

Geranium tuberosum 25

4

Hyacinthoides hisp. white 25

5

2/3

Gladiolus comm. ssp. byzantinus

50

5/6

Hyacinthoides non-scripta 25

5


Specialty Bulbs Ipheion-Lilium

Ipheion uniflorum 15

4/5

Iris bucharia 40

4

Iris reticulata Alida 15

3

Leucojum aestivum 35

5

Ipheion Charlotte BishopÂŽ 15

4/5

Iris danfordiae 10

3/4

Iris reticulata Harmony 15

3

Leucojum aest. Gravetye Giant

45

5

Iris aucheri

Ipheion Wisley Blue 15

4/5

Iris Katharine Hodgkin 15

3/4

Iris ret. Painted Lady 15

3

30

4

Iris reticulata 15

3

Iris reticulata PixieÂŽ 15

3

Lilium candidum

Lilium martagon

90

90

7

7


Specialty Bulbs Lilium-Oxalis

Lilium martagon Album 90

7

Muscari latifolium 10

3/4

Nectaroscordum siculum 80

5/6

Ornithogalum umbellatum 20

3/4

Muscari armeniacum 10

4

Muscari Baby’s Breath® 10

4

Muscari arm. Touch of Snow® Muscari com. Plumosum

10

4

Muscari Pink Sunrise® 10

4

15

4/5

Muscari Valerie Finnis® 10

4

Ornithogalum nutans 20

3/4

Oxalis deppei Iron Cross 10

6

Blue sea of Muscari latifolium in the Keukenhof


Specialty Bulbs Puschkinia-Zantedeschia

Puschkinia var. libanotica 15

3/4

Scilla bifolia 10

3

Puschkinia var. lib. Alba 15

3/4

Scilla litardierei 10

5

Scilla hyacinthoides Blue Arrow 60

5/6

Scilla mischtschenkoana 10

3

Scilla siberica Alba Mix of Crocus,Chionodoxa and Scilla

10

3/4

Scilla siberica 10

3/4

Zantedeschia aethiopica 75

7/8


Fall Flowering Specialty Bulbs

Colchicum autumnale Album

12

10

Colchicum Giant 20

9/10

Colchicum byzantinum

15

9/10

Colchicum Lilac Wonder 20

10

Colchicum Waterlily 12

9/10

Crocus kotschyanus 10

Cylamen hederifolium 15

9/10

10

Crocus speciosus 10

9/10

Crocus sativus 10

10

Crocus speciosus Albus 10

9/10


Mixtures

10 2-3 200/m2 Mixture Early Bird A colourful mixture of Crocus chrysanthus for an early spring feeling. Flowers before the larger Crocus vernus.

15

2-3

150/m2

Mixture Colour Carnival The classic Crocus vernus mixture with all colours. Like all crocus mixtures ideal for naturalising in grass.

15 2-3 150/m2 Mixture Blue Grass Mixture of only white, blue and striped Crocus vernus.

15 2-3 150/m2 Mixture Bright Spring Just a bit different mix of Crocus which will brighten up any lawn.


Mixtures

30-50 4-5 80/m2 Jesperhus Mix Gentle coloured from the Danish Jesperhus Blomsterpark. The white en purple colours softened by the creamy yellow brightens up the park every year.

45-60 5 80/m2 Dancefair A cheerful mix of elegant lily-flowering tulips in several heights. The combination of bold and more soft tone colours brings royalty to every garden.

25-40 3-4-5 60/m2 Silkeborg mix Mixture of 8 hardy varieties starting yellow and ending in white colours. Performs well in colder climates.

10-20 2-3 100-150/m2 Tiny Bubbles A good mixture for early colour. This mix includes Chionodoxa, small Tulips, Muscari, Galanthus and Crocus. Good for naturalising in an informal landscape.


Mixtures

40

3-4

70/m2

Dynasty of Emperors A Dynasty formed by the well known Emperor Tulips in all its bright colours. These Fosteriana tulips are well known for their ability to return 2 or 3 years.

10-20 3-4 150/m2 Cool Waters Subtle mix of cool blue Muscari and a daffodil which slowly matures to completely white likes sails on an ocean.

4 70/m2 50 Garden Party A mixture of the complete Van Eijk family. Each family member has the same strong characteristics; big, bowlshaped flowers and a strong performance for 2-3 years.

35-40 4-5 50/m2 Pink Champaign Exciting mix of 2 peony-like flowering tulips. The many petaled flowers give this mix a luxurious look.


Mixtures

45 5 50/m2 May Romance This mixture does excactly what its name says. Create romance in the wedding month of May.

30-35 4 70/m2 Canadian Pride A mixture of multiflowering Greigii Tulips creating a carpet of colour early in the season.

25-55 3-4-5 70/m2 Spring Cocktail The yellow and white flowering varieties brighten up every garden display and the soft pink tones give a little tropical touch to this mixture.

35 4 75/m2 Babyshower A nice mix of a bright pink tulip and a sweet fragrant Narcissus.


Mixtures

55 3-4 70/m2 Purple Rain The different shades and shapes of purples in this mix prove to be a good companion of the softer yellows. Surprising contrast with a great effect.

25 4 60/m2 Murillo Mix This mix is a true explosion of colours. Nice, short tulips with strong stems. Excellent for pots.

45-55 4-5 70/m2 Smokey Mountains The different shades of purple resemble The Smokey Mountains which were described by the native Indians as Mountains of the Blue Smoke.

40-45 4 75/m2 Moondance Just a cheerful and simple mix of vibrant colours which even creates a colourful effect when used in smaller areas.


Mixtures

65 5 70/m2 Melange Paris A mixture of long stemmed, late flowering tulips. Good for mass planting.

30-50 4-5 70/m2 Lilac Morning A mix of different shades of pink, purple and lilac. The difference in height creates a multilevel show.

15-25 4-5 150/m2 Little Rascals Surprising what some little varieties can do. This mix of low growing varieties can easily compete with its taller competitors when it comes to brightening a garden.

45 4 50/m2 Bowl of Plenty Mix of tulips with many petaled bowl shaped flowers. You will be amazed by the abundance of colour when this mix is in full bloom.


Mixtures

10-90 3-4-5 80-100/m2 Lady Marmalade A rich mixture of numerous varieties with a colouring from soft peach tones to bold orange. From low growing varieties to real tall ones. This mix has everything! Extremely long flowering period. The Fritillarias give this mix an extra dimension.

10-90 3-4-5 80-100m2 Joy of Spring This blend has been developed in the spirit of the historical Tulip Insulinde. This blend contains more than 30 varieties. It includes early bloomers like Crocus and Iris. For the late season there will be Tulips, Alliums and Camassia. These varieties make up a soft Scandinavian Spring theme.


Mixtures

3-4-5 3-4-5 80-100/m2 Spring Sunset The Theme of this mix is “burned colours� and includes orange, violet and yellow coloured flowers. You will find 30 varieties in this mix. Starting with crocus and ending with late tulips and alliums.

10-90 4-5 80/m2 From Dusk till Dawn Mixture of bright coloured tulips topped off with tall fritillaria which resemble sunrise en sunset in one mix.


Mixtures

55-60 4-5 70/m2 Summer Breeze Mixture of pastel coloured Darwinhybrid Tulips. With their impressive flowers this mix gives a robust look to every garden display.

10-20 3/4 100/m2 Early Birds Mixture of early flowering crocus and tulips. A good mix for early colour!

35 4 70/m2 Prince of Love Mixture of tulips from the wel known “Prince Family”. In this mix they prove to be a harmonious family.

25-45 3-4-5 80/m2 Grower’s Pride Narcissus Mix Very good mix with Narcissus in all shapes and sizes. Guarantee for a very long flowering period.


General Conditions GENERAL CONDITIONS of sales and deliveries of CSW Landscaping Leidsestraat 100, 2182 DR Hillegom Holland 1. 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5.

Applicability These terms and conditions only apply to agreements with regard to which one of the parties is a member of Anthos at the time of conclusion of the agreement, which – within the framework of these general terms and conditions – is also deemed to include other partnerships who are (in)directly affiliated to an Anthos member company. All offers made by the seller and all contracts of sale entered into with the seller and the execution of such contracts of sale are governed by these conditions. The applicability of general conditions of the buyer is expressly rejected by the seller. Departures from the present conditions will only be valid if expressly agreed to in writing by the seller. Insofar as these general terms and conditions are also drawn up in a language other than Dutch, in the event of any conflict the Dutch text shall always prevail.

2. 2.1 2.2 2.3

Offers and conclusion of agreement All offers and prices stated by the seller are free of obligations. An agreement shall only come into effect once the seller has confirmed the order in writing Any supplementary arrangements or amendments agreed on at a later stage, as well as any verbal promises made by the seller’s personnel or on be half of the seller by agents or other parties working for the seller, will only be binding for the seller from the moment that the latter confirms them in writing.

3. 3.1 3.2

Prices All product prices are stated in Euro, are based on FOB, The Netherlands. Excluding PQ inspection cost. If one or more of the cost price factors is subject to change after order confirmation but before delivery of the products, the seller shall be entitled to adjust the agreed prices accordingly. The costs of transport, insurance and the inspections carried out by the Department of Phytopathology are payable by the buyer. All levies and/or taxes that are owed or become due, either directly or indirectly, on account of the agreement entered into between the seller and the buyer are payable exclusively and entirely by the buyer and may not be deducted from sums owed to the seller. For the cost of a Phytosanitary certificate we charge Euro 125,- per shipment. For the miscellaneous bulbs and Specie Tulips prices are mentioned by quantities purchased. For Hyacinths and Hippeastrum prices for quantities less than 5 boxes, per variety and per size, will be increased by 10 pct. Minimum order value must be Euro 2.000,- per shipment, otherwise terms will change from FOB into ex-warehouse.

3.3

4. 4.1. 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5

5. 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 6. 6.1.

6.2 7. 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6

Payment Unless otherwise agreed in writing, payment for goods sold by the seller that are sent by air must be made within 30 days of the invoice date and, in the case of goods sent as sea freight, within 60 days of the invoice date in the agreed currency. The value date on which the seller receives payment shall be deemed to constitute the date of payment. Where payment is made by means of a bank transfer, the date on which the seller’s bank account is credited, shall be deemed to constitute the date of payment. The buyer is not entitled to make any deduction, suspension or reduced payment and all calls for settlement are explicitly excluded. In the event of late payment, the seller will be entitled to charge the statutory interest for business transactions as of the due date, and also to charge any legal and extrajudicial costs incurred in collec ting the amounts owed; the extrajudicial costs owed will never be less than 15% of the sum to be collected. In case a delivery is effected in parts, the seller shall be entitled to demand payment for each partial delivery before proceeding with any other. Upon or after entering into the agreement and before its implementation, the seller will be entitled to demand a guarantee from the buyer that both the payment obligations and any other obligations arising from this agreement will be fulfilled. Refusal by the buyer to provide the required security gives the seller the right to suspend its obligations and ultimately, without any notice of default or legal intervention, the right to dissolve the contract wholly or partially, without prejudice to his right to compensation for any damages suffered by him. Delivery All deliveries shall be FOB, The Netherlands, unless otherwise agreed in writing. Although the stated time of delivery will always be taken into account as far as possible, this delivery time is approximately indicated and can never considered a fatal date. The seller shall not be in default in respect of such delivery time until the buyer notifies it in writing that it is in default, in doing so stipulates a reasonable period of time within which the seller has the opportunity to effect delivery, and the latter still fails to do so. The agreed delivery time shall commence as soon as the seller has confirmed the order in writing. The seller shall not be liable for any harm due to late delivery if and insofar as this is attributable to circumstances beyond seller’s control and sphere of risk, which is deemed to include late or non-compliance on the part of its suppliers. The buyer’s failure to comply with his duty to effect payment (or to do so on time), shall have the effect of suspending seller’s duty to effect a delivery. Force majeure In a case of force majeure - for example in the event of a crop failure, virusses, natural disaster, labour strike, fire, or import and export problems - or in the case of other circumstances that make it impossible to demand the seller’s fulfilment or timely fulfilment of the obligations arising from this agreement, the seller will be entitled to make a choice, without the need for legal intervention and without being obliged to pay any form of compensation, between completely or partially cancel ling the agreement by means of a single written notice to that effect or the suspension of this agreement until the case of force majeure has come to an end. Where the seller has already executed part of an agreement, the buyer shall pay the purchase price for any products that have been delivered. Complaints The buyer is obliged to check the products upon delivery for any visible and/or immediately observable defects. This means all defects that can be ascertained by means of ordinary sensory perception or a simple spot check. The buyer is moreover obliged to check whether the delivered products are also in accordance with other particulars of the order. Failure to fulfil the obligation to check the delivery shall mean the forfeiture of any claims the buyer may have vis-à-vis the seller. If a delivery deviates less than 10% in terms of number, quantity and weight from that which was agreed, the buyer shall be obliged to accept the delivery in spite of such deviation. Complaints regarding the quality and quantity of the products delivered must be submitted by registered mail or e-mail at the latest within seven calendar days after delivery at the port of arrival. Defects which can only be observed at a later stage (non visible defects) shall be forthwith reported to the seller after this has been obser ved. Once these periods have passed, the buyer will be considered to have approved the products supplied and complaints will no longer be considered. The complaint must contain a description of the flaw and the seller must upon first request be given the opportunity to investigate the complaint. The buyer shall allow the seller to have the concerned products examined by an expert or an independent inspection service. If the complaint turns out to be well-founded, all the costs of any investigation will be for the seller’s account. If a complaint is groundless, all the costs will be for the buyer’s account. If the buyer has reported a complaint to the seller in a timely manner and the seller has acknowledged this complaint, the seller shall only be obliged to deliver that which is missing, replace the delivered products or repay a proportional part of the purchase price, such at the seller’s own discretion. A complaint shall not suspend the buyer’s payment obligation, unless the seller agrees expressly with such suspension.


General Conditions 7.7 8. 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 9. 9.1 9.2 9.3 10. 10.1 10.2

10.3 10.4 11. 11.1

11.2 12. 12.1 12.2 13.

14. 14.1 14.2

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The products can only be returned for the account and risk of the buyer and only after prior written permission has been obtained from the seller. Liability The seller will never be liable for the results regarding the flowering of the products supplied. It always remains buyer’s responsibility to assess if the circumstances, among which the climatological, are fit for the products. In case of a shortcoming attributable to seller, seller’s liability is always limited to a maximum of the net invoice value of the products or to that part of the net invoice value to which a claim for compensation is directly or indirectly related. Except in the case of legal liability pursuant to provisions of mandatory law and a deliberate act or omission, or gross negligence, any liability of seller for any further damage, among which any direct or indirect damage, consequential damages or lost profits, is excluded. The buyer shall indemnify the seller against all claims for compensation brought by third parties in respect of which the seller is not liable under these terms and conditions. Cancellation The seller will be entitled to cancel an order if the buyer has failed to comply with earlier payment obligations with respect to the seller or with respect to other credi tors. This right may also be exercised if the seller considers the information concerning the buyer’s credit rating to be insufficient. The buyer will never be able to deri ve any rights from such cancellations or hold the seller liable. he seller will only be required to accept the buyer’s complete or partial cancellation of the agreement, as a result of any cause whatsoever, if the goods have not yet been delivered to the transporter for despatch and on condition that the customer pays compensation equivalent to at least 25% of the invoice value of the cancelled goods. The seller shall in that case also be entitled to charge all costs incurred up to that time. The buyer is obliged to accept the products at the time that they are made available to him. If the buyer refuses to accept the goods, the seller will be entitled to sell them elsewhere and the buyer will be liable for the difference in price as well as all the other costs incurred by the seller in connection with this, among which costs of storage. Retention of title The ownership of the goods supplied by the seller does not pass to the buyer until the sums invoiced, plus any interest, penalty and costs, as well as all claims as a result of the buyer’s failure to perform its obligations towards the seller under this agreement or any other, have been paid in full. The provision of a cheque or any other bill of exchange will not count as payment in this regard. The seller will be entitled to immediately take back the goods supplied if the buyer remains in default in any way whatsoever with regard to the fulfilment of payment obligations. In that case, the buyer will be obliged to allow the seller access to the buyer’s land and buildings for this purpose. The buyer must store the goods subject to a retention of title separately from the other goods, in order to be able to continue distinguishing the goods of the seller. As long as the delivered goods are subject to a retention of title, the buyer may not sell, encumber or pledge these goods, or otherwise place them under the control of third parties, other than as part of its normal business operations. The buyer shall, however, not be permitted to sell the goods within the context of its normal business operations if it has applied for a suspension of payments or if it has been declared bankrupt. Suspension and dissolution If the buyer fails to perform, fails to perform in a timely manner, or fails to perform to a sufficient degree any of the obligations arising for it from the concluded agreement, or if a well-founded fear exists of such failure occurring, as well as in the case of an application for a suspension of payments order, bankruptcy or the liquidation of any of the buyer’s businesses, as well as in the event of the buyer’s death, or dissolution if the buyer is a company, or if there is any change in the type of company or in its management or in the contribution made by the company’s activities, the seller will be entitled, without notice of default or legal intervention being required, to suspend its own obligations for a reasonable period or to annul the agreement without being held liable for any compensation. The claim of the seller with respect to the part of the agreement already performed, as well as damage arising from the suspension or termination, which damage includes lost profit, shall be immediately due and payable. Intellectual property rights The seller reserves all rights which it has in relation to intellectual property rights in respect of products it has supplied. With regard to cases in which it is apparent from the seller’s catalogue or from the agreement entered into by the parties that a variety is protected by plant breeder’s rights - which is indicated by a letter R or P after the name of the variety concerned - the buyer will be bound to fulfil all the obligations the said rights entail. Any failure to comply with this stipulation will result in the buyer being liable for the losses incurred by the seller or any third party. Severance Should any provision of these general terms and conditions of sale and delivery be non-applicable or in conflict with public order or the law, only the provision in question shall be deemed as not having been written and the rest of the conditions shall remain fully in force. The seller reserves the right to amend the inadmissible provision in order to make it legally valid. Jurisdiction, forum Any disputes, even if only considered as such by one of the parties, will be put before the competent court in the district in which the seller is registered, without affec ting the right of the seller to have the dispute heard by another competent court. All offers and agreements concluded between the buyer and the seller shall be exclusively governed by the laws of the Netherlands. March 2017


Leidsestraat 100 2182 DR Hillegom (Holland) Phone Telefax E-mail Internet

+31 (0)252 760 990 +31 (0)252 520 940 sales@cswlandscaping.com www.cswlandscaping.com

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