Balcony, terrace, gardening with pots and containers
When you travel, everything that's different often stands out. The traveller's gaze is – so to speak, the other way round. And it is shaped by what he/she has known for a long time. The traveller sees the difference and learns from it. In this respect, travel is really educating. In this short travel report I try to record some impressions concerning plants and the plant market that I noticed during a two-week trip I took to the United States in July. I have no claim to...Read more
Actually, we know that in the plant production industry we – at first glance – produce plants, but we actually sell experiences. Only a few people actually buy plants for their own sake, but rather to experience something with them: more peace, privacy, harvest possibilities, beauty, idyll and much more.
Of course, this also applies to rhubarb plants. The decisive experience here is the almost unbelievable moment, when out of nowhere, out of the hidden rhizome, the large buds suddenly break open...Read more
As the new company name, Lubera Edibles®, already suggests, we are expanding our range of young plants from classic soft fruits, such as raspberries, blackberries or blueberries, to anything that can be consumed in any way. This includes edible fruits like kiwis, apples and pears. Or edible roots such as horseradish, Jerusalem artichoke or potato. But also edible leaves, petioles, flowers such as sea kale, tea or rhubarb. We would like to introduce our most important groups of crops in the...Read more