• Five-leaf Akebia


    Five-leaf Akebia  (Akebia quinata)

    General description: A striking tropical climber wrapping itself around the supports. The beautiful, evergreen, strongly growing, reaches up to 3 m in height.

    Flowers: fragrant with cinnamon, in the spring months is sprinkled with beautiful purple-pink flowers and green, elongated leaves.

    Flowering: blooms in June - July

    Requirements / Cultivation:   position: sun - partial shade, plant up to 0.5-1 m in ordinary garden soil, do not cut, fertilize moderately.

  • Japanese azalea ’Rubinetta’


    Japanese azalea ’Rubinetta’

    General description: A low growing shrub up to 60 cm tall,

    Flowers: a variety with beautiful red flowers broadly bell-shaped

    Leaves: semi-evergreen, shiny

    Flowering: It blooms profusely in May - June

    Requirements / Cultivation:  sunny or semi-shaded position, soil with acid reaction / sheltered from winds and secluded position.

  • Japanese azalea ’Rokoko’


    Japanese azalea ’Rokoko’

    General description: expressive like roses and without a doubt the most beautiful shrubs found in gardens, growing up to 40 cm high.

    Flowers: beautiful, full, pink

    Leaves: semi-evergreen,

    Flowering: abundantly in May

    Requirements / Cultivation:  prefers warm, sheltered areas sheltered from the wind / sunny or semi-shaded, earth with an acidic reaction.

  • Japanese azalea ’Georg Arends’


    Japanese azalea ’Georg Arends’ (Rhododendron ’Georg Arends’)

    General description: is a low evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub reaching up to 60 cm in height.

    Flowers: a variety with purple flowers with a red pattern

    Flowering: at the end of May and at the beginning of June.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  They prefer warm places sheltered from the wind. Permeable soil (humus or sandy-loamy), fertile with acidic pH. Plants are sensitive to frosts - they should be protected.

  • Japanese azalea ’Kermesina Alba’


    Japanese azalea ’Kermesina Alba’ (Japanese Azalea ’Kermesina Alba’)

    General description: Low shrub with a slow growth, reaches up to 60 cm in height,

    Flowers: beautiful, red

    Leaves: semi-evergreen

    Flowering: abundantly in May - June

    Requirements / Cultivation:  prefers warm secluded places sheltered from the wind / sunny or semi-shaded; soil with an acidic reaction, moist terrain.

  • Large-nettle Azalea ’Anneke’


    Large-nettle Azalea ’Anneke’ (Azalea ’Anneke’)

    General description: Perennial bush reaching up to 140 cm in height,

    with large, bright yellow flowers, resistant to frost.

    Flowering: blooms from May to June,

    Requirements / Cultivation:  sunny position, half shady;

    acidic, permeable, humus soil.

  • Large-nettle azalea Cannon’s Double


    Large-nettle azalea Cannon’s Double (Azalea Cannon’s Double)

    General description: Perennial bush reaching up to 120 cm in height, frost resistant variety

    with multicolored flowers,

    Flowers: in May, the buds are red, then the flowers turn pale yellow to pale pink,

    Flowering: azalea blooms from the beginning of May to June,

    Requirements / Cultivation:  sunny position sheltered from the wind; humus soil, slightly acidic

  • Berberis thunbergii ’Bagatelle’


    Berberis thunbergii ’’Bagatelle’ (Berberi sthunbergii ’Bagatelle’)

    (Berberis thunbergii ’Bagatelle’)

    slowly growing dwarf shrub that
    grows up to 0.5 m height,

    decorative , brown-red leaves

    blooms yellow in May/June

    suitable for flower bed, borders and rock gardens


    requires full sun for full coloring,
    undemanding and frost-resistant plant

  • Barbery Thunberg ’Atropurpurea’


    Barberry Thunberg ’Atropurpurea’ (Berberis thunbergii ’Atropurpurea’)

    General description: dense bush strongly branching, growing up to 2 m,

    Flowers: small, pleasantly fragrant

    Leaves: decorative, purple-red, oval, falling to the ground

    Flowering: yellow in May

    Requirements / Cultivation:  for full coloring needs full sun, low-demanding plant and frost-resistant, tolerates cutting well; the species is less susceptible to diseases and pests

  • Barberry’s Berberis ’Julianae’


    Barberry’s Berberis ’Julianae’ (Berberis ’Julianae’)

    General description: Evergreen shrub with upright growth habit. Growing up to 1.5 m high and 120 cm wide.

    Flowers: monoecious, pollinated by insects, fragrant, small, yellow.

    Flowering: at the turn of May and June.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  It is best to grow in sunny or semi-shaded positions, sheltered from the wind. Soil that is sufficiently moist, fertile and permeable. Frost resistant grade. An excellent decorative plant for gardens, parks, estate greenery.

  • Berberis ottawensis ’Superba’


    ’Superba’ Berberis ottawensis  (Berberis × ottawensis ’Superba’)

    General description: fast-growing thick shrub, growing up to 4 m, melliferous (nectar plant)

    Leaves: from 3 cm, decorative, dark red with a blue sheen,

    Flowering: yellow in May

    Requirements / Cultivation:  for full coloring needs full sun, low-demanding plant, grows best in light, permeable, moderately moist and quite fertile soil, with a slightly acidic to slightly alkaline pH., frost-resistant.

  • Virginia Creeper ’Murorum’


    Virginia Creeper ’Murorum’  (Parthenocissus quinquefolia ’Murorum’ )

    A popular climber, vigorous, can attach firmly to a wall thanks to special roots.

    It tolerates pollution, therefore is ideally suited to urban, even dry conditions. A creeper which thanks to its roots and leaves tails climbs walls, fences, pergolas well. It grows up to 15 m, annual growth is 1-2 m. Inconspicuous flowers, complex, five-fingered, dark, leaves that are red in autumn. There are no specific requirements for soil and position. Frostproof.

  • Virginia Creeper Thicket


    Virginia Creeper ’Thicket’ (Parthenocissus inserta ’zaroślowy’)

    A vigorous, undemanding climber! Very similar to Murorum vine.

    The annual growth of 1-2 m. The ideal plant for covering ruins. A high climber, vigorous, growing to approx. 6 metres. Grows approx. 2 meter per year. Virginia Creeper is perfect for pergolas, fences, gazebos, porches, as a groundcover, etc. Looks like quinquefolia Murorum, but is devoid of suckers or has them underdeveloped. The stems twist around supports with tendrils and reach a lower height than the previous species.

    It likes both sunny and shaded spots. 
    It is undemanding when it comes to soil, ordinary garden soil is sufficient.

  • Ground ivy ’Star Showers’


    Ground ivy ’Star Showers’ (Parthenocissus quinquefolia ’Star Showers’)

    General description: tall climber climbing on supports, thanks to tendrils ending with rebates, growing up to 3-6 m in height,

    Flowers: small and inconspicuous

    Leaves: white-green, five-lobed

    Requirements / Cultivation:  grows on every soil, an undemanding creeper; plant in sunny, windless positions;  a reliable variety, suitable for rebates and groups.

    Flowers: This unusual plant blooms yellow in the winter and smells beautifully of lemon fragrance.                           

    Flowering: It starts blooming in October until frosts arrive and then re-blooms in January / February and keeps blooming until April. It blooms on the entire length of last years shoots.

    Leaves: Dark green, tiny, oval. Loses leaves for the winter.

    Height: The plant grows up to 3 meters tall if it grows on the support. Planted as a bush, it grows up to 1.5 m.

    Frost resistant:  Recommended for warmer regions of Poland.

    It will also grows well in colder regions, but it must be planted in a warm position and secured for the winter.

    Requirements / Cultivation:  Requires a warm and sunny position, but it can also grow in semi-shade. It grows beautifully on a sheltered position from the winds. Humid position, fertile and permeable soil.

    Keeping / Cultivation / Cutting: The plant does not require cutting, it is cut only for the purpose of spreading and forming. When buds appear, shoots can be cut and brought to the house, and the plant will beautifully bloom and charm us with its fragrance.

    Requirements: The plant should be tied to a support, it will not cling to it by itself.

  • Ivy ’Harold’


    Ivy ’Harold’ (Hedera Helix ’Harold’)

    An interesting decoration, an evergreen and melliferous creeper! A variety of ivy that climbs walls, fences, pergolas, creeps well (excellent ground cover). Inconspicuous flowers, green leaves, yellow on the edges. It grows well even in the shade, does not like acidic nor dry soil, it is a frostproof, evergreen shrub.

    Supports: trellises, crates, walls of houses, pillars, columns, fences, gates, walls of houses, public greenery balcony containers

  • Hedera colchica ’Sulphur Heart’


    Colchis ivy (Hedera colchica ’Sulphur Heart’)


    Showy, very rapidly growing

    Leaves diameter is about 15-20 cm and have irregular yellow and light-green discoloration

    grows up to 7 m height




    Prefers semi-shaded, sheltered place places

  • Boston Ivy ’Veitchi’


    Boston Ivy ’Veitchi’ (Parthenocissus tricuspidata ’Veitchi’)

    An interesting climber with three-leaflet leaves, green in summer and red in autumn.

    It tolerates urban conditions, including pollution. A creeper which thanks to its roots climbs walls (excellent for covering walls), fences, pergolas well. It grows up to 15 m, 1-2 m per year. Inconspicuous flowers, three-lobed, dark green, stiff, shiny leaves, arranged in the form of roof tiles, red in autumn. There are no specific requirements for soil and position. When it grows in a ventilated area non-lignified stems may freeze.

    In June / July melliferous flowers bloom!

  • Laburnum anagyroides


    Laburnum anagyroides

    It is the most spectacular ornamental plants in Europe due to the long, drooping  golden yellow flowers that appear in spring (April-June) and give the plant look as if dripping with gold (hence its name). The leaves are generally trifoliate and oval, resembling clover.

    Their fruits are in the form of seed pods and often mistaken for peapods.

    Reaches a height from 3 m to 5 m and a width of about 2 m.

    It is quite resistant to frost.

    Grows best on fresh, fertile, not too dry soil with a high content of calcium. Blooms abundantly in sunny positions.

    Ideal for home gardens or parks,  as a shrub, on pergolas, arches or borders.

    All parts of the plant (especially the fruits) are poisonous to humans and animals.


    NEW in our nursery !!!

  • Frost Grape


    Frost Grape  (Vitis riparia )

    A climber with a strong, pleasant aroma, giving melliferous flowers. A strong climber growing up to 12 m, the annual growth is 2-3 m, the leaves are large and yellow in autumn. White, fragrant flowers. Blooms in May and June. Undemanding as to soils - tolerates drought. For covering tall buildings and fences.

    Supports: trellises, trusses, pergolas, arbors, walls of houses, columns, pillars, gates, screens, walls of houses, public greenery, playgrounds for children, a container balcony

  • Variegated Porcelain Berry Vine ’Elegans’


    Variegated Porcelain Berry Vine ’Elegans’ (Ampelopsis glandulosa)


    Commonly called porcelain vine, is a vigorous, woody, deciduous climbing vine which is somewhat similar in habit to wild grape vines and will typically grow to a height of 4-6m.
    Elegans has three-lobed leaves that are variegated with white. The leaves are white-shiny underneath with a margin while young leaves show a pinkish tinge in the spring. 
    Greenish flowers appear in the leaf axils in July. The berry then grows pale lilac-blue fruits which mature to brighter and deeper shades of amethyst to porcelain blue.
    Grow in any moist but well-drained, fertile soil. Best planted against a warm, sheltered, partially shaded wall.
    This plant is completely hardy.
    Is used as an ornamental plant in gardens.
    Suitable for: fences, arbors, walls, trellises, porches or other structures. May also be grown without support along the ground to cover old stumps or rock piles. 
    Porcelain berry is still widely cultivated despite knowledge of its invasiveness.
    Origin of Japan, China and Russia.
    All our grape seedlings have passports of the State Inspectorate of Plant Health and Seed.

  • Agrest biały ’Invicta’


    White gooseberry ’Invicta’ (Ribes uva-crispa ’Invicta’)

    General description: fast-growing, frost-resistant cultivar with a broad habitat. It grows to about 90-120 cm high.

    Flowering: blooms in April,

    Flowers: buds of average size, slightly protruding from the shoots.

    Fruit: the fruits are large, oval and have a yellow-green colour. The variety yields very abundantly. Gooseberry  bears fruit from mid-July.

    Requirements / Cultivation:   a sunny position, cultivation is also possible in the shade. The best soils are fertile, rich in humus. Frost-resistant variety.

  • Honeysuckle ’Graham Thomas’


    Honeysuckle ’Graham Thomas’ (Lonicera peryclimenum ’Graham Thomas’)

    Twists around supports (fences, pergolas). Beige and yellow flowers, very strong scented. Blooms abundantly and for an exceptionally long time, from May to September. It has decorative red fruit.

    Perfect even for buckets and pots. It grows up to 4 m, 1-2 m per year. At the end of the summer red, inedible, and ornamental fruit appears. Requirements: Position in the sun or partial shade. No specific soil requirements. Frostproof.

    Supports: trellises, trusses, pergolas, arbors, walls of houses, pillars, columns, fences, gates, screens, walls of houses, also for balcony containers

  • Gooseberry white ’Triumph’


    Gooseberry white ’Triumph’ (Ribes uva-crispa ’Triumph’)


    Very fertile variety.
    The fruits are large, little sour and sweet, great for
    eating straight from the bush and for cooking, baking and making jams or jellies.
    Fruits ripen in mid-July.


    The great advantage of gooseberry ’Invicta’ is a high resistance to frost and disease.


    Shrub reaches up to 1.5 m, blooms in April.
    Gooseberries are planted in a sunny place.

  • Honeysuckle ’Serotina’


    Honeysuckle ’Serotina’ (Lonicera peryclimenum ’Serotina’)

    Very attractive, strong scented flowers are not the only advantage of this variety! Since September it has ornamental, red, inedible spherical fruit, about the size of a pea. It twists around supports (fences, pergolas), grows up to 6 m with an annual increase of 2 m. Flowers are cream-coloured, strong scented. It blooms from late May to October.

    Requirements: It enjoys a sunny position or partial shade. No specific soil requirements. It is frostproof.

    Supports: trellises, trusses, pergolas, arbors, walls of houses, pillars, columns, fences, gates, screens, walls of houses, balcony containers

  • Agrest biały ’Hinnonmaki Green’


    Gooseberry white ’Hinnonmaki Green’ (Ribes uva-crispa ’Hinnonmaki Green’)

    General description: Shrub fruit in theform of piennej. The variety allowingfor each year. To be applied on thePolish climatic conditions. Gooseberryworks as a product przetworowy, freshdesserts and in the form of frozen food. 

    Fruits: fruits with green, arecharacterized by small hairs on theirsurfaces. 

    Puberty flowering: blooms from Aprilto may, fruits ripen from mid-JulyCrop position: Requires the positionof the Sun on the soil fertile, moist witha slightly sour.

  • Buddleja Davidii ’Pink Delight’


    Buddleja Davidii ’Pink Delight’  (Buddleja davidii ’Pink Delight’)

    General description: Thick shrub with upright growth habit, reaching 2-3 m in height,

    Flowers: Small, pink flowers, sprinkled in corymbs up to 30 cm long, with intensive fragrance,

    Flowering: blooms from June to October, moreover, blooms on this years shoots,

    Requirements / Cultivation:  sunny stand, warm and sheltered, fertile soil, clayey-sandy, this variety is resistant to heat and drought, requires fertilizing,

    Cutting: a short cropping is recommended at the turn of April / May.

  • Buddleja Davidii ’Empire Blue’


    Buddleja Davidii ’Empire Blue’  (Buddleja davidii ’Empire Blue’)

    General description: shrub with strong growth and raised shoots, grows up to 2 m, melliferous (nectar) plant

    Flowers: purple, fragrant

    Flowering: from June to October,

    Requirements / Cultivation:  this shrub likes fertile, clayey-sandy soil with a neutral reaction; a sunny stand, even after a mild winter, low cropping is recommended

  • Red Gooseberry ’Hinnonmaki rot’


    Red Gooseberry ’Hinnonmaki rot’ (Ribesuva-crisa ’Hinnonmaki rot’)

    General description: very fertile variety, very easy to grow, shrub reaches from 1 to 1.5 meters high, plant resistant to frost and disease,

    Fruit: medium-sized, tasty and sweet and sour, suitable for eating straight from the bush as well as for preserves,

    Maturation: early - in the first half of July

    Requirements / Cultivation:  plant in a sunny place, in fertile soil rich in humus, yields best fruit on short shoots.

  • Buddleja davidii ’Nanho White’


    Buddleja Davidii ’Nanho White’ (Buddleja Davidii ’Nanho White’)

    General description: a shrub with raised shoots, long inflorescences, up to 1 m high, incomplete frost-resistance, melliferous (nectar) plant

    Flowers: white, fragrant

    Flowering: from July to September

    Requirements / Cultivation:  a sunny position, sheltered from the winds; even after a mild winter, a low cropping is recommended

  • Honeysuckle


    Honeysuckle (Lonicera caprifolium)

    A honeysuckle blooming at the end of May with vanilla scented flowers! One of the most intensely fragrant honeysuckles. A climber growing up to 3 meters in length. Cream and pink or cream flowers appear in the corners of the leaves. Short-tail leaves are green on the top, bluish on the underside, and are placed opposite each other. After fading, red, inedible berry fruit appears on the plant.

    Requirements: Feels best in full sun or partial sun. There are no requirement as to the soil, ordinary garden soil is sufficient.

    Supports: trellises, trusses, pergolas, arbors, walls of houses, pillars, columns, fences, gates, screens, walls of houses, balcony containers