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Harmony in the garden

Does having plants and flowers around you make you feel good? That's not so strange. Plants make us feel happy and secure. Welcome to the harmonious garden where your senses come alive and you're immersed in the feeling of Zen. Flower bulbs are the cherry on the cake in this garden.

Recharging your batteries

The world around us sends us so many unclear messages that we no longer know what to believe. What is true and what isn't? That's why we increasingly trust ourselves and the natural world. Our own compass guides us to the truth. After all, what can you trust better than your own eyes, ears and nose? This is why we surround ourselves with plants that ensure that we can retreat from the outside world and recharge our batteries.


A safe enclosed feeling

A place where we can get away from it all and experience the world of nature around us: this is the harmonious garden. Everything that stimulates the senses is important. The harmonious garden is full of natural rounded shapes that embrace you and allow you to unwind. The contrasts between natural and hard surfaces help to create a safe enclosed feeling.

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Experiencing with flower bulbs

Green is a very important colour in this garden - and also the main colour. Yet other colours are also essential. Tranquil colours like white, pink and lilac add to the uplifting experience in the harmonious garden. Scented and beautifully coloured flower bulbs accentuate this experience. Pink tulips, white and blue grape hyacinths and the round lilac ornamental onion - each is a joy to behold. And their fragrances are a delight for the nose.


Did you know that...

…tulips, ornamental onions and other bulbous plants are perfect for performing rituals in your garden? What about creating a mandala? A mandala symbolises an eternal relationship between the inner and outer worlds. Flower bulbs in the harmonious garden complete this circle.


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