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CATALOGUE 2018 / 2019


Mixture Melange Paris


Dear Customer, We are pleased to present our completely renewed autumn 2018 catalogue. CSW Landscaping is meeting a growing demand for a wide range of flower bulbs specially selected for landscapers, gardeners, municipalities and large-scale users of flower bulbs. In addition to the completely redesigned catalogue, the range has also been updated and expanded to better meet your wishes. Special attention has been paid to our range of specialty bulbs. In recent years we have seen a growing interest in this group of bulbs because of their countless uses. In addition to the individual species we offer, we shall also have a very wide range of mixes for different uses. Whether you want a colourful border with long tulips or a mix that will provide colour early on year after year, it’s all possible! Should you have any questions about our products and their uses, the CSW Landscaping team will be happy to assist you. We package our products in handy, usable units that give you the flexibility to let your creativity run wild. You can find the number of bulbs per package on our price list. We have compiled the list with the greatest possible care based on the smallest packaging unit. However, if you need larger quantities, we would be happy to put together a tailor-made offer for you. As well as the above advantages of buying flower bulbs from CSW Landscaping, you can also count on us for excellent quality flower bulbs and proper delivery. To simplify and speed up the ordering process, you can also order your flower bulbs online through our online store: www.cswlandscaping.com. We hope that you will enjoy browsing through our catalogue and look forward to welcoming you (again) as a customer this autumn!

CSW Landscaping Team


Index 6-53 8-11 12-15 16-19 20-23 24-25 26-27 28-29 30-31 32-33 34-35 36-37 38-41 42-43 44-49 50-53 54-55

Tulips Darwin Hybrid 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 Bulbs in public green spaces and about Ronald 56-81 Narcissus

58-59 Trumpet Narcissus 60-63 Large Cupped Narcissus 64-67 Double Narcissus 68-69 Split Corona and Papillon Narcissus 70-71 Cyclamineus Narcissus 72-73 Jonquilla Narcissus 74 Species Narcissus 75 Poeticus Narcissus 76-77 Triandrus Narcissus 78-79 Small Cupped Narcissus 80-81 Tazetta Narcissus 82-85 Hyacinthus 86-87 About Ton 88-107 Specialty Bulbs 108-111 Autumn Flowering Specialty Bulbs 112-125 Mixtures 114-115 Ronald’s Tips 126-127 Sales terms and conditions


Used symbols

Our Team of Specialists

Growing Height

Flowering Period

Suitable for Naturalising

Ronald van Loon

Suitable for pots and containers

Ton de Haan

Fragrant

Jan Iversen

Staffan Bengtsson

Flowering Periods

Advised number of bulbs per square meter Suitable for machine planting

Eric Breed

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

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

Attracts butterflies

Attracts bees


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Darwin Hybrid 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


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TULPEN Tulip Flaming Parrot


Darwin Hybrid Tulips Darwin Hybrid 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 excellent as a cut flower. When planted at a depth of at least 15 cm, this group of tulips is performing well for several years. Mid-season flowering.

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Tulip Silverstream


Ad Rem

60

4

American Dream

55

4

Apeldoorn

55

4

Apeldoorn’s Elite

60

4

9

Apricot Delight

40

4

Beauty of Spring

55

4

Apricot Impression

60

4

Blushing Apeldoorn

55

4

Banja Luka

55

4

Burning Heart

55

4

Beauty of Apeldoorn

55

4

Cash

55

4


Darwin Hybrid Tulips

10

Daydream

50

4

Lady van Eijk

50

4

Golden Apeldoorn

60

4

Light and Dreamy

50

4

Hakuun

55

4

Lighting Sun

55

4

Ivory Floradale

55

4

Mystic van Eijk

50

4


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Orange Balloon

50

4

Red Impression

60

4

Orange van Eijk

50

4

Salmon van Eijk

50

4

Pink Impression

60

4

Silverstream

55

4

Purple Pride

55

4

Van Eijk

50

4


Double Early Tulips Double Early Tulips are hybrids of Single Early Tulips. Tulips are regarded double when they have more than six 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.

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Tulip Foxy Foxtrot


Amazing Grace

40

4

Bowl of Beauty

40

4

Exotic Emperor

40 3/4

Foxtrot

30

4

13

Foxy Foxtrot

30

4

Monsella

30

4

Margarita

30

4

Monte Carlo

30

4

Melrose

25

4

Monte Orange

30

4

Mondial

25

4

Montreux

40

4


Double Early Tulips

14

30

25

4

4

Orca

Peptalk

Peach Blossom

40

35

4

4

Showcase


40

40

4

4

Verona

Viking

Verona Sunrise

15

25

20

4

4

Willem van Oranje


Double Late Tulips This is a group with the 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 are flowering later in the season.

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Mixture Bowl of Plenty


Akebono

Angelique

Antraciet

55 4/5

45 4/5

45 4/5

Backpacker

45 4/5

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Black Hero

Blue Diamond

55 4/5

40

Chato

Copper Image

45 4/5

4

35 4/5

Carnaval de Nice

Charming Beauty

50 4/5

45 4/5

Dream Touch

Ice Cream

45 4/5

25 4/5


Double Late Tulips

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La Belle Epoque

45 4/5

Orange Princess

25 4/5

Lilac Perfection

45 4/5

Red Princess

25 4/5

Miranda

45 4/5

Shirley Double

40 4/5

Mount Tacoma

45 4/5

Sun Lover

45 4/5


Tulip Akebono

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Uncle Tom

45 4/5

Wow

40 4/5

Yellow Pomponette

45 4/5


Lily Flowering Tulips This 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 are blooming late in the season and grow up to 50-60 cm and are not as sturdy as most other tulips. However their grace and elegance easily compensate this.

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Tulip Marilyn


Ballade

45

5

Ballerina

45

5

Budlight

40

5

Burgundy

50

5

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China Pink

45

5

Jazz

50

Elegant Lady

60

5

Mariette

5

55

5

Fly Away

50

5

Marilyn

55

5

Greenstar

50

5

Merlot

55

5


Lily Flowering Tulips

50

55

5

5

Moonlight Girl

Pieter de Leur

22

Purple Dream

50

50

5

5

Sanne


Très Chic

45

5

Vendee Globe

40

5

23

West Point

50

5

Whispering Dream

45

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!

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Tulip Huis ten Bosch


Barbados

50

5

Cacharel

45

5

Canasta

40

5

Candy Curls

50

5

Cummins

50

5

25

Curly Sue

50

5

Louvre

50

5

Fancy Frills

45

5

Maja

60

Hamilton

50

5

Pacific Pearl

5

50

5

Honeymoon

50

5

Vincent van Gogh

60

5

Huis ten Bosch

50

5


Double Fringed Tulips A rather newly bred group of tulips. The flowers unfurl gradually to expose layer upon layer of petals, like old-fashioned frilly petticoats.

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Tulip Snow Crystal


Queensland

30

5

Cool Crystal

35

5

Snow Crystal

35

Sensual Touch

45

27

5

5

Vaya con Dios

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.

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Tulip Yellow Springgreen


Doll’s Minuet

50

5

Purple Doll

45

5

Flaming Springgreen

50

5

Spring Green

45

5

Groenland

50

5

Virichic

45

5

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Yellow Springgreen

50

5


Kaufmanniana Tulips Kaufmanniana 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 waterlily tulip as a fully opened flower looks like a waterlily. The leaves are often striped or mottled. Early flowering and very suitable for naturalising.

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Tulip Scarlet Baby


Corona

20 3/4

Early Harvest

20 3/4

Heart’s Delight

20 3/4

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Ice Stick

Johan Strauss

Scarlet Baby

40 3/4

20 3/4

20 3/4

Showwinner

Stresa

The First

25 3/4

25 3/4

20 3/4


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.

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Tulip Analita


Albert Heijn

30 3/4

Analita

30 3/4

Concerto

25 3/4

Flaming Purissima

40

4

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Golden Purissima

40

4

Orange Emperor

40

4

Juan

45

Madame Lefeber

4

Purissima

40

4

40

4

Sweet Sixteen

25

4

Sweetheart

40

4


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 two-toned 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.

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Tulip Kiev


Cape Cod

Kiev

Pinocchio 35

30

4

Red Riding Hood

30

4

25

4

Toronto

30

4

25

4

Vanilla Cream

45

4

Portland

30

4


Parrot Tulips These tulips were developed from mutations of certain late flowering and Triumph Tulips. The 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 cut flowers.

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Tulip Estella Rijnveld


Air

50

Apricot Parrot

5

50

5

Black Parrot

45

5

Blue Parrot

50

5

Bright Parrot

45

5

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Elsenburg

50

5

Rococo

40

5

Estella Rijnveld

50

5

Super Parrot

55

5

Flaming Parrot

60

5

Texas Gold

50

5

Green Wave

50

5

Victoria’s Secret

45

5

Professor Röntgen

50

5


Single Late Tulips This group, also known as Mayflowering Tulips, comes in a wide range of colours. Together with the Darwin Hybrid Tulips these are the tallest tulips. They have large, oval, almost egg-shaped flowers. Excellent as cut flowers.

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Tulip Queen of Night


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Avignon

60

5

CafĂŠ Noir

50

5

Big Smile

60

5

Caravelle

55

5

Bleu Aimable

60

5

Dordogne

60

5

Blushing Lady

50

5

El Nino

60

5


Single Late Tulips

40

Kingsblood

55

5

Pink Diamond

60

5

La Courtine

60

5

Queen of Night

60

5

Maureen

70

5

Recreado

55

5

Menton

60

5

Renown

60

5


Tulip Kingsblood

41

Sorbet

55

5

Temple of Beauty

75

5

Violet Beauty

55

5


Single Early Tulips One of the oldest groups 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.

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Tulip Candy Prince


Apricot Beauty

35

4

Candy Prince

35

4

Christmas Dream

40

4

43

Couleur Cardinal

35

4

Prinses Irene

25

4

Flair

30

Pretty Princess

4

Purple Prince

35

4

30

4

Sunny Prince

35

4


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 make them suitable for every location in a garden or park.

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Tulip Fontainebleau


Abu Hassan

40

4

Affaire

40

4

Annie Schilder

40

4

Attila

50

4

45

Barcelona

45 4

Dynasty

45

4

Calgary

20

4

Flaming Flag

45

4

Denmark

45

4

Flying Dragon

45

4

Don Quichotte

45

4

Fontainebleau

50

4


Triumph Tulips

46

Friendship

45

4

Happy Generation

45

4

Gabriella

45

4

Havran

45

4

Gavota

40

4

Helmar

45

4

Grand Perfection

45

4

Ile de France

45

4


47

Jackpot

45

4

Magic Lavender

50

4

Lasting Love

50

4

Mistress

50

4

Leen van der Mark

45

4

Negrita

40

4

Liberstar

50

4

New Design

45

4


Triumph Tulips

48

Pallada

30

4

Ronaldo

35

4

Paul Scherer

50

4

Shirley

35

4

Pays Bas

45

4

Silver Cloud

35

4

Rems Favourite

55

4

Slawa

35

4


49

Strong Gold

35

4

White Liberstar

50

4

Suncatcher

45

4

Yellow Crown

50

4

Tom Pouce

35

4

Yellow Surprise

50

4

Veronique Sanson

45

4


Species Tulips 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.

50

Tulp Sylvestris


acuminata

40 4/5

bakeri Lilac Wonder

15

4

batalinii Bright Gem

10 4/5

clusiana Cynthia

20

4 51

clusiana var. Stellata

30

4

humilis Helene

10

4

humilis Persian Pearl

10

4

humilis alba coerulea oculata

10

4


Species Tulips

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Lady Jane

30 4/5

praestans Fusilier

25

4

linifolia

15

4

praestans Shogun

25

4

Little Beauty

10 4/5

saxatilis

30

4

polychroma

15

4

sylvestris

30

4


Tulip bakeri Lilac Wonder

53

tarda

10 3/4

turkestanica

20

4

whittallii

25

4


‘These mixes can be composed of species that bloom almost simultaneously to create a spectacular display’

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Ronald van Loon

Bulbs

in public green spaces We have seen a growing interest over the years in the use of flower bulbs in public green spaces. Flower bulbs bring us the first colours after winter and provide that spring feeling so many people long for after the cold, dark months.

In fact, no other type of planting gives splendour to beds, parks, verges and lawns in spring with such a diverse array of colours and shapes. In addition to bringing colour, variety and cheerfulness, flower bulbs also play an increasingly important role in encouraging biodiversity. By using the right species, they can provide food for butterflies and bees. The flowering period of bulbs can play a crucial role here, given there are hardly any other crops that are a source of food for these insects that early in the year. Our aim at CSW Landscaping is to respond in various ways to the growing demand for flower bulbs for use in public green spaces. This starts with the composition of our range. While we have a wide selection of tulips and daffodils, CSW Landscaping also spends a lot of time and care selecting our range of special bulbs and tubers. Many species in this group are highly suitable for use in public green spaces because of their ability to flower for several years in a row and the possibility to plant them mechanically. Our product range includes individual species for use in public green spaces as well as various mixes. These mixes can be composed of species that bloom almost simultaneously to create a spectacular display or can also be used to lengthen the flowering period. A carefully selected mix makes it possible to achieve a flowering period of between 8 and 10 weeks. To support our customers in implementing their planting plan, CSW Landscaping offers the possibility of having the bulbs planted mechanically (under grass) and can offer advice about our product range. CSW Landscaping has its own planting machine and, just as important, people with the right expertise to make every planting plan a success. Contact one of our employees, free of obligation, for advice about the best plan for you.


About Ronald Ronald was born and raised in the heart of the bulb region and was infected early on with the ‘bulb virus’. With more than 25 years of experience in bulbs, he has built up a wealth of knowledge and expertise. In recent years, he has seen the use of flower bulbs change dramatically: “In the past, we used to see mainly groups of flower bulbs of one species, but nowadays we see a much more creative use with many combinations of different bulbous flowers.” Ronald will be happy to help you with all your questions on composition and use of flower bulb mixes.

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Trumpet Narcissus Large Cupped Narcissus Double Narcissus Split Corona and Papillon Narcissus Cyclamineus Narcissus Jonquilla Narcissus Species Narcissus Poeticus Narcissus Triandrus Narcissus Small Cupped Narcissus Tazetta Narcissus


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Narcissus Narcissus Chromacolor


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

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Narcissus Pistachio


Avalon

40

4

British Gamble

50

4

Dutch Master

50 3/4

Elka

25 3/4

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Golden Harvest

Las Vegas

Marieke

Mount Hood

45 3/4

45

4

45 3/4

40 3/4

Pistachio

Snow Baby

Topolino

W.P. Milner

45

4

25

4

15 3/4

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. Its flowers are extremely weather-tolerant and are suitable for every possible use: in beds, in borders, as a cut flower and for indoor forcing. Also suitable for naturalising.

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Narcissus Brackenhurst


Accent

40

4

Brackenhurst

40

4

Carlton

40 3/4

Chromacolor

40

4 61

Fellow’s Favourite

45

4

Flower Record

45

4

Fortissimo

45

4

Fortune

45

4


Large Cupped Narcissus

62

Frosty Snow

40

4

Pink Charm

40

4

Greengarden

45

4

Professor Einstein

45

4

Ice Follies

40 3/4

Salome

40

4

Merel’s Favourite

40

4

Slim Whitman

40 3/4


Narcissus Professor Einstein

63

Stainless

45

4

Stella

40

Wedding Bell

4

45

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.

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Narcissus Flower Parade


Albus Plenus Odoratus

40 4/5

Androcles

45

4

Butter & Eggs

40

4

Cheerfulness

35

4 65

Delnashaugh

40 4

Dick Wilden

40

4

Flower Parade

40

4

Golden Ducat

40

4


Double Narcissus

Heamoor

66

45

4

Milena

35

4

Ice King

45

4

Obdam

40

4

Irene Copeland

40

4

Rip van Winkle

15

4

Manly

40

4

Solar Wind

40

4


45

40

4

4

Tahiti

White Marvel

67

White Lion

25

35

4

4

Yellow Cheerfulness


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 varieties are suitable for mass planting and as cut flower. Most varieties flower mid-spring.

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Narcissus Trepolo


Apricot Whirl

Banana Splash

Cassata 69

35

4

Parisienne

40

4

35

4

Trepolo

40

4

35 3/4

Tripartite

35

4

Congress

40

4


Cyclamineus Narcissus This division of Narcissus has 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 is one of the first groups to flower in spring. As most varieties from this group are rather small they are performing better when planted close together or in front of the border. They are also excellent for rock gardens and indoor forcing.

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Narcissus February Gold


Cotinga

25

4

February Gold

25

3

Jetfire

25 3/4

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Peeping Jenny

30

4

Tête-à-Tête

20

3

Peeping Tom

Rapture

35 3/4

30 3/4

Toto

Wisley

25

4

35

4


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.

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Narcissus Kokopelli


Bell Song

40

4

Golden Echo

40

4

Hillstar

35

4

Kedron

45

4

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Kokopelli

35

4

Sailboat

20

4

Lieke

40

Pipit

4

Silver Smiles

30

4

30

4

Sweet Smiles

30

4

Sweetness

35

4


Species Narcissus

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This group comprises several species which originate in the wild and are now widely cultivated. These daffodils are very suitable for naturalising.

lobularis

15

30

3/4

3/4

obvallaris


Poeticus Narcissus

This type of daffodil is also known as the ‘poet’s daffodil’. All species in this group have large white petals and a small corona in contrasting colours, often red and yellow, and are excellent for naturalisation. They have a lovely fragrance and, due to their late flowering, can be easily combined with Single Late Tulips.

Actaea

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45

45

4

4/5

poeticus var. Recurvus


Triandrus Narcissus This group is known for its very colourful and long flowering period, not least because each stem contains more than one blossom. The somewhat pendant, nodding flowers have slightly reflexed petals. Most species from this group have a wonderful fragrance. These plants are suitable for use in pots and are known to be a superb naturalising daffodil when planted in a slightly shaded spot. The flowering period is from mid-April until well into May.

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Narcissus Katie Heath


Army of Lovers

25

4

Hawera

25 4/5

Katie Heath

25

4

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Lemon Drops

30

4

Thalia

30

4

Petrel

Starlight Sensation

35 4/5

30

Tresamble

Yellow Ocean

30

4

25

4

4

Stint

35

4


Small Cupped Narcissus This group of daffodils does not differ much from Large-cupped Daffodils. The most striking difference is that the length of the cups is one third or less the length of the petals. Best suited for naturalisation in groups.

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Narcissus Queen of the North


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Barrett Browning

45

4

Queen of the North

45

4

Falmouth Bay

55

4

Ringtone

40

4

Polar Ice

35 4/5

White Lady

35

4


Tazetta Narcissus This group of daffodils is known for its abundant bloom and a sweet, strong scent. These plants originate from somewhat warmer regions and are therefore slightly more sensitive to severe frost. However, they do fine in the western European climate. Excellent for use in borders and as a cut flower.

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Narcissus Martinette


Geranium

35

4

Martinette

40

4

Golden Dawn

81

40 4/5

Minnow

20

4

Ziva

45 binnencultuur


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Hyacinthus Hyacint Splendid Cornelia


Hyacinthus

84

Blue Jacket

25

4

Delft Blue

25

4

Carnegie

25

4

Gipsy Queen

25

4

City of Haarlem

25

4

Jan Bos

25

4

Dark Dimension

25

4

Pink Pearl

25

4


85

Purple Sensation

25

4

Blue Festival

25

4

Splendid Cornelia

25

4

Pink Festival

25

4

Woodstock

25

4

White Festival

25

4


About Ton

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Ton has been working in the flower bulb sector for several years as a representative in Scandinavia as well as providing behind-the-scenes administrative support. He has been involved with CSW Landscaping since its inception in 2017, restructuring the company’s processes in response to changing objectives and customer needs. This has included improving ordering procedures to make them more convenient and ensuring punctual delivery times.

He has assisted in introducing a solid assortment, and the expansion of the assortment in 2018, based on customer feedback. The aim is to include more customers in the project, to listen to their needs when it comes to quality and delivery, and to adapt and roll out the programme accordingly in the upcoming years.

CSW Landscaping aims to offer a robust product range for both offline and online markets at competitive prices and with excellent delivery conditions. We focus on ensuring customers’ specific wishes are met without creating unnecessary complications. Ton will not only gladly assist you with your order but is always happy to inform you about the possibilities of online ordering.


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Cyclamen hederifolium


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89

Specialty Bulbs Allium Mount Everest


Allium aflatunense

75 5-6

Allium aflatunense Purple Sensation 75 5-6

Allium Ambassador

130 6-7

Allium amethystinum Forelock

70 6-7

Specialty Bulbs

90

Allium amplectens Graceful Beauty

Allium atropurpureum

Allium caeruleum

Allium cernuum

40 5-6

50 6-7

50 6-7

45 6-7

Allium christophii

Allium cowanii

Allium flavum

Allium giganteum

50 6-7

40

5

35 7-8

150 6-7


Allium Gladiator

130 5-6

Allium Globemaster

80 6-7

Allium jesdianum Early Emperor

80

6

Allium karataviense

20 5-6

91

Allium karataviense Ivory Queen

Allium moly

Allium neapolitanum

20 5-6

25 6-7

35

Allium nigrum Pink Jewel

Allium obliquum

Allium Ostara

75

7

90

6

5

40 5-6

Allium nigrum

70

6

Allium roseum

35

5


Specialty Bulbs

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Allium schoenoprasum Forescate

35 6-7

Allium sphaerocephalon

60 7-8

Allium schubertii

45 5-6

Allium senescens ssp. Montanum

25 7-8

Allium stipitatum Mont Blanc

Allium stipitatum Mount Everest

100 5-6

125

6

Allium Silverspring

75

5

Allium triquetrum

40

5


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Allium unifolium

30 5-6

Anemone blanda White Splendour 10

5

Allium ursinum

30 4-5

Anemone coronaria Admiral

25

5

Allium vinale Hair

90 6-7

Anemone coronaria Bicolor

25

5

Anemone blanda Blue Shades

10

3

Anemone coronaria Bride

25

5


Anemone blanda Charmer

25

3

Anemone coronaria De Caen

25

5

Anemone coronaria Governor

25

5

Anemone coronaria Hollandia

25

5

Specialty Bulbs

94

Anemone coronaria Lord Lieutenant 25

5

Anemone coronaria Sylphide

25

5

Anemone coronaria Mount Everest 25

5

Anemone nemorosa

25 3-4

Anemone coronaria Mr. Fokker

25

5

Anemone nemerosa Robinsoniana 10 3-4

Anemone coronaria St. Brigid

25

5

Anemone nemerosa Vestal

25 3-4


Anemone ranunculoides

10 3-4

Arum italicum marmoratum

30 4-5

Camassia leichtlinii Alba

80 5-6

Camassia leichtlinii Blue Heaven

65 5-6

95

Camassia leichtlinii caerulea

Camassia leichtlinii Sacajawea

Camassia leichtlinii Semiplena

Camassia quamash

80 5-6

80 5-6

80 5-6

35 5-6

Chionodoxa forbesii

Chionodoxa forbesii Blue Giant

Chionodoxa forbesii Pink Giant

Chionodoxa forbesii Rosea

10 2-3

15 2-3

15 2-3

10 2-3


Specialty Bulbs

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10

10

2-3

2-3

Chionodoxa luciliae

Chionodoxa sardensis

Chionodoxa luciliae Alba

10

25

2-3

5

Convallaria majalis


20

20

3

3

Corydalis cava

Corydalis solida Beth Evans

Corydalis solida

97

15

15

3

3

Corydalis solida G.P. Baker


Crocus ancyrensis (Golden Bunch) 10

3

Crocus chrysanthus Ard Schenk

10

3

Crocus chrysanthus Blue Pearl

10

3

Crocus chrysanthus Cream Beauty 10

3

Specialty Bulbs

98

Crocus chrysanthus Dorothy

10

3

Crocus etruscus Zwanenburg

10

3

Crocus chrysanthus Prins Claus

10

3

Crocus flavus ssp. Flavus

10 3-4

Crocus chrysanthus Romance

10

3

Crocus Fuscotinctus

10

3

Crocus chrysanthus Snowbunting

10

3

Crocus Orange Monarch

10

3


Crocus vernus Flower Record

15

3

Crocus vernus Grand Maître

15

3

Crocus vernus Jeanne d’Arc

15

3

Crocus vernus Pickwick

15

3

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Crocus vernus Remembrance

15

3

Crocus tommasinianus Barr’s Purple 10

3

Crocus vernus Vanguard

15

3

Crocus tommasinianus Roseus

10

3

Crocus tommasinianus

10

3

Crocus tommasinianus Ruby Giant 10

3

Crocus tommasinianus Albus

10

3

Crocus tommasinianus Whitewell Purple 10

3


Specialty Bulbs

100

Crocus ssp. sublimis Tricolor

10

3

Eranthis cilicica

5

2-3

Crocus Yellow Mammoth

15

3

Cyclamen coum hybrids

10 2-3

Eranthis hyemalis

5

2-3

Eremurus isabellinus Romance

Eremurus Pinokkio

Eremurus robustus

125

125

175

6

6

6


101

Eremurus stenophyllus

90

6

Fritillaria Early Passion

110 3-4

Erythronium pagoda

20 4-5

Fritillaria elwesii

30 4-5

Erythronium revolutum White Beauty 20

4

Fritillaria imperialis Aurora

90 4-5

Fritillaria acmopetala

50 4-5

Fritillaria imperialis Maxima Lutea 90 4-5


Fritillaria imperialis Orange Beauty 125 4-5

Fritillaria imperialis Premier

90 4-5

Fritillaria imperialis Rubra Maxima 90 4-5

Fritillaria imperialis Slagzwaard

90 4-5

Specialty Bulbs

102

Fritillaria inodora Sunset

Fritillaria meleagris

4

Fritillaria meleagris Alba

110 3-4

25

20

4

Fritillaria persica

Fritillaria persica Ivory Bells

Fritillaria persica Twin Towers Tribute

100 4-5

100 4-5

100 4-5

Fritillaria michailovskyi

20

4

Fritillaria raddeana

65 4-5


Fritillaria uva-vulpis

25 4-5

Galanthus elwesii

15 2-3

Galanthus nivalis

15 2-3

Galanthus nivalis Flore Pleno

15 2-3

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Galanthus woronowii

Gladiolus comm. ssp. Byzantinus

hyacinthoides hispanica blauw

15 2-3

50 5-6

25

hyacinthoides hispanica wit

hyacinthoides non-scripta

Ipheion uniflorum

25

5

25

5

5

15 4-5

hyacinthoides hispanica roze

25

5

Ipheion uniflorum Alberto Castillo 15 4-5


Ipheion uniflorum Charlotte Bishop 15 4-5

Ipheion uniflorum Jessie

15 4-5

Ipheion uniflorum Wisley Blue

15 4-5

Iris aucheri

30

4

Specialty Bulbs

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Iris bucharica

40

4

Iris reticulata Alida

15

3

Iris danfordiae

Iris Katharine Hodgkin

Iris reticulata

10 3-4

15 3-4

15

Iris reticulata Harmony

Iris reticulata Painted lady

Iris reticulata Pixie

15

3

15

3

15

3

3


Leucojum aestivum

35

5

Leucojum aestivum Graveteye Giant 45

5

Leucojum vernum

20

3

Lilium candidum

90

7

105

Lilium martagon

90

7

Muscari aucheri Dark Eyes

10

4

Muscari armeniacum

10

4

Muscari aucheri White Magic

10

4

Muscari armeniacum Touch of Snow 10

4

Muscari azureum

10

4

Muscari aucheri Blue Magic

15

4

Muscari botryoides Album

10

4


Muscari botryoides Super Star

10

4

Muscari latifolium

10 3-4

Muscari macrocarpum Golden Fragrance 15 4-5

Muscari neglectum Baby’s Breath

10

4

Specialty Bulbs

106

Muscari Pink Sunrise

10

4

Ornithogalum oligophyllum

10

4

Muscari Valerie Finnis

10

4

Ornithogalum oligophyllum White Trophy 10

4

Nectaroscordum siculum

80

5

Ornithogalum sochii

60

6

Ornithogalum nutans

20 3-4

Ornithogalum umbellatum

20 3-4


Oxalis deppei Iron Cross

10

6

Puschkinia scill. var. libanotica

15 3-4

Puschkinia scill. var. libanotica Alba 15 3-4

Saxifraga granulata Flore Pleno

15 5-6

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Scilla bifolia

10

3

Scilla litardierei

10

5

Scillia bifolia Alba

10

3

Scilla mischtschenkoana

10

3

Scilla hyacinthoides Blue Arrow

60 5-6

Scilla siberica

10 3-4

Scilla siberica Alba

10 3-4


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109

Autumn Flowering Specialty Bulbs Cyclamen hederifolium


Autumn Flowering Specialty Bulbs

110

Colchicum autumnale Album

10

10

Colchicum Lilac Wonder

20

10

Colchicum byzantinum

15

9-10

Colchicum Waterlily

12

9-10

Colchicum Giant

20

9-10

Crocus kotschyanus

10

10


Crocus sativus

10

10

Crocus speciosus ssp. speciosus

10 9-10

Crocus speciosus Albus

111

10 9-10

Cyclamen hederifolium

15

9-10

Sternbergia lutea

10

10


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Mixtures Mixture From Dusk till Dawn


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Mixture Babyshower


Ronald’s Tips

Why plant mixed bulbs?

With a carefully composed bulb mix, you can considerably extend the flowering period of your planted bulbs. A relatively simple mix allows you to extend the flowering period by a few weeks. For more complex mixes, it is even possible to achieve a flowering period of two to three months. These mixes start in March with early-flowering bulbs like Crocus and Puschkinia and end in May with Allium and Camassia.

Various mixes are ideal for multi-year flowering. You plant the mix once and have years of enjoyment from your flowers with minimal maintenance. We shall be happy to advise you on which mixes are best suited to achieve many years of flowering.

Planting mixes under grass ensures colourful and dazzling verges in the spring. With our special machine for planting bulbs under grass, we can transform each verge into a sea of flowers. And using the right mixes in combination with a suitable mowing plan will ensure that you can enjoy the splendour of early bloomers year after year.

Flower bulb mixes contribute to biodiversity! Early-flowering bulbs like Chionodoxa, Fritillaria and Narcissus are often the first source of nectar after winter. This early nectar is crucial as a food supply for bees and butterflies in the spring.

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Aside from mixes providing colour during a long period of time in the year when few other plants are in flower, there are also economic and social benefits. Several studies have shown that people are happier and healthier in a green environment. The early flowering period of bulb mixes means they create an excellent transition from a winter gardenscape and trees and shrubs that are still bare.


Early Bird 200

10 2-3

A colourful mixture of Crocus chrysanthus for an early spring feeling. This mixture flowers before the larger Crocus vernus.

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

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Blue Grass 15 2-3

150

Mixture of only white, blue and striped Crocus vernus.


Colour Carnival

150

15 2-3

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

Dancefair 80 45- 4-5 60 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.

Silkeborg Mix

60

25- 3-4-5 40

Mixture of 8 hardy varieties starting yellow and ending in white colours. Performs well in colder climates.

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Tiny Bubbles

10- 2-3 25

100-150

A good mixture for early colour. This mix includes Chionodoxa, small Tulips, Muscari, Galanthus and Crocus. Good for naturalising in an informal landscape.

Dynasty of Emperors 70

40 3-4

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.

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Garden Party 50

4

70

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.


Cool Waters 10- 3-4 20

150

Subtle mix of cool blue Muscari and daffodils that slowly mature to completely white, like sails on an ocean.

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

May Romance 50 45 4-5 This mixture does excactly what its name says: creating romance in the wedding month of May.

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Spring Cocktail

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

Babyshower 35

120

75

4

A nice mix of a bright pink tulip and a sweet fragrant Narcissus.

Purple Rain 55 3-4 70

The different shades and shapes of purple in this mix prove to be a good companion of the softer yellows. Surprising contrast with a great effect.


Murillo Mix 60 60

4

This mix is a true explosion of colours. Nice, short tulips with strong stems. Excellent for pots.

Smokey Mountains 70 70 4-5

The different shades of purple resemble The Smokey Mountains described by the native Indians as Mountains of the Blue Smoke.

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Melange Paris 70 65 A mixture of long stemmed, late flowering tulips. Excellent for mass planting.

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Lilac Morning

30- 4-5 50

70

A mix of different shades of pink, purple and lilac. The difference in height creates a multilevel show.

Little Rascals 15- 4-5 25

150

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.

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Bowl of Plenty 45

4 50

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.


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

Joy of Spring 80-100 10- 3-4-5 90 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.

Spring Sunset 80-100 10- 3-4-5 90 The theme of this mix is “burnt 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.

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From Dusk till Dawn

10- 4-5 90

80

A mixture of bright coloured tulips topped off with tall fritillarias which resembles sunrise en sunset in one mix.

Summer Breeze 70

55- 4-5 60

Mixture of pastel coloured Darwin Hybrid Tulips. With its impressive flowers, this mix gives a robust look to every garden display.

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Prince of Love 35

4

70

Mixture of tulips from the well-known “Prince� tulips. In this mix they prove to be a harmonious family.


Grower’s Pride Narcissus Mix

80

2545

3-4-5

Very good mix with narcissi in all shapes and sizes. A guarantee for a very long flowering period.

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GENERAL CONDITIONS of sales and deliveries of CSW LANDSCAPING BV. Leidsestraat 100, 2182 DR Hillegom Holland

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1. Applicability

4.4

1.1.

These terms and conditions only apply to agreements with regard to which one of the parties is a member of Anthos at the time

other.

of conclusion of the agreement, which – within the framework of these general terms and conditions – is also deemed to include

4.5

Upon or after entering into the agreement and before its implementation, the seller will be entitled to demand a guarantee from the buyer

other partnerships who are (in)directly affiliated to an Anthos member company.

that both the payment obligati­ons and any other obligations arising from this agreement will be fulfilled. Refusal by the buyer to provide

1.2.

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

the required security gives the seller the right to suspend its obligations and ultimately, without any notice of default or legal intervention,

by these conditions.

the right to dissolve the contract wholly or partially, without prejudice to his right to compensation for any damages suffered by him.

1.3.

The applicability of general conditions of the buyer is expressly rejected by the seller.

1.4.

Departures from the present conditions will only be valid if expressly agreed to in writing by the seller.

5.

Delivery

1.5.

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

5.1

All deliveries shall be FOB, The Netherlands, unless otherwise agreed in writing.

shall always prevail.

5.2

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

In case a delivery is effected in parts, the seller shall be entitled to demand payment for each partial delivery before proceeding with any

2.

Offers and conclusion of agreement

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

2.1

All offers and prices stated by the seller are free of obligations.

the latter still fails to do so.

2.2

An agreement shall only come into effect once the seller has confirmed the order in writing.

5.3

The agreed delivery time shall commence as soon as the seller has confirmed the order in writing.

2.3

Any supplementary arrangements or amendments agreed on at a later stage, as well as any verbal promises made by the seller’s

5.4

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

personnel or on behalf of the seller by agents or other parties working for the seller, will only be binding for the seller from the moment

and sphere of risk, which is deemed to include late or non-compliance on the part of its suppliers.

that the latter confirms them in writing.

5.5

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.

3. Prices 3.1

All product prices are stated in Euro, are based on FOB, The Netherlands. Excluding PQ inspection cost.

6.

Force majeure

3.2

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

6.1.

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

entitled to adjust the agreed prices accordingly.

problems - or in the case of other circumstances that make it impossible to demand the seller’s fulfilment or timely fulfilment of the

3.3

The costs of transport, insurance and the inspections carried out by the Department of Phytopatho­logy are payable by the buyer. All

obligati­ons arising from this agreement, the seller will be entitled to make a choice, without the need for legal intervention and without

levies and/or taxes that are owed or become due, either directly or indirect­ly, on account of the agreement entered into between the

being obliged to pay any form of compensation, between completely or partially cancelling the agreement by means of a single written

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

notice to that effect or the suspension of this agreement until the case of force majeure has come to an end.

cost of a Phytosanitary certificate we charge Euro 125,- per shipment. For the miscellaneous bulbs and Specie Tulips prices are mentioned

6.2

Where the seller has already executed part of an agreement, the buyer shall pay the purchase price for any products that have been

by quantities purchased. For Hyacinths and Hippeastrum prices for quantities less than 5 boxes, per variety and per size, will be increased

delivered.

by 10 pct. Minimum order value must be Euro 2.000,- per shipment, otherwise terms will change from FOB into ex-warehouse. 7. Complaints

4. Payment

7.1

The buyer is obliged to check the products upon delivery for any visible and/or immediately observable defects. This means all defects

4.1.

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

that can be ascertained by means of ordinary sensory perception or a simple spot check. The buyer is moreover obliged to check whether

date and, in the case of goods sent as sea freight, within 60 days of the invoice date in the agreed currency.

the delivered products are also in accordance with other particulars of the order. Failure to fulfil the obligation to check the delivery shall

4.2

The value date on which the seller receives payment shall be deemed to constitute the date of payment. Where payment is made by

mean the forfeiture of any claims the buyer may have vis‑à‑vis the seller.

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.

7.2

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

4.3

The buyer is not entitled to make any deduction, suspension or redu­ced payment and all calls for settlement are explicitly excluded. In the

accept the delivery in spite of such deviation.

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

7.3

Complaints regarding the quality and quantity of the products delivered must be submitted by registered mail or e-mail at the latest

charge any legal and extrajudicial costs incurred in collecting the amounts owed; the extra­judicial costs owed will never be less than 15%

within seven calendar days after delivery at the port of arrival. Defects which can only be observed at a later stage (non visible defects)

of the sum to be collected.

shall be forthwith reported to the seller after this has been observed. Once these periods have passed, the buyer will be considered to

have approved the products supplied and complaints will no longer be considered.


7.4

The complaint must contain a description of the flaw and the seller must upon first request be given the opportunity to investigate the com

10.3

The buyer must store the goods subject to a retention of title separately from the other goods, in order to be able to continue

plaint. The buyer shall allow the seller to have the concerned products examined by an expert or an independent inspection service. If the

distinguishing the goods of the seller.

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

10.4

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

costs will be for the buyer’s account.

place them under the control of third parties, other than as part of its normal business operations. The buyer shall, however, not be

7.5

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

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

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

been declared bankrupt.

own discretion.

7.6

A complaint shall not suspend the buyer’s payment obligation, unless the seller agrees expressly with such suspension.

11.

Suspension and dissolution

7.7

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

11.1

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

8. Liability

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

8.1

The seller will never be liable for the results regarding the flowering of the products supplied. It always remains buyer’s responsibility to

contribution made by the company’s activities, the seller will be entitled, without notice of default or legal intervention being required,

assess if the circumstances, among which the climatological, are fit for the products.

to suspend its own obligations for a reasonable period or to annul the agreement without being held liable for any compensation.

8.2

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

11.2

The claim of the seller with respect to the part of the agreement already performed, as well as damage arising from the suspension or

part of the net invoice value to which a claim for compensation is directly or indirectly related.

termination, which damage includes lost profit, shall be immediately due and payable.

8.3

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.

12.

Intellectual property rights

8.4

The buyer shall indemnify the seller against all claims for compensation brought by third parties in respect of which the seller is not liable

12.1

The seller reserves all rights which it has in relation to intellectual property rights in respect of products it has supplied.

under these terms and conditions.

12.2

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

seller.

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

9. Cancellation

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

9.1

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

losses incurred by the seller or any third party.

with respect to other creditors. 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 derive any rights from such cancellations or hold the seller liable.

13. Severance

9.2

The 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

Should any provision of these general terms and conditions of sale and delivery be non‑applicable or in conflict with public order or

the goods have not yet been delivered to the transporter for despatch and on condition that the customer pays compen­sation equivalent to at

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

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.

force. The seller reserves the right to amend the inadmissible provision in order to make it legally valid.

9.3

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

14.

Jurisdiction, forum

in connection with this, among which costs of storage.

14.1

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 affecting the right of the seller to have the dispute heard by another competent court.

10.

Retention of title

14.2

All offers and agreements concluded between the buyer and the seller shall be exclusively governed by the laws of the Netherlands.

10.1

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.

10.2

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.

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