Gärtnerhof GmbH - Galabau Berlin, Experten für Gartenbau, Gartenpflege, Baumpflege und Gartenplanung

on 1 + 2 September 2018
from 9am to 6pm
the Berliner Staudenmarkt herbaceous perennials fair
at the Botanic Garden Berlin–Dahlem

Next Dates:
1 + 2 September 2018
6 + 7 April 2019
admission €6.00
reduced €3.00

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Spring is on its way...

When Hyacinths bloom in our gardens and the scent of Magnolia blossom fills the air, then we know that spring is coming and it’s time for the Berliner Staudenmarkt to herald the new season.

A kilometre of plant stalls

The Gärtnerhof GmbH welcomes gardening enthusiasts, fans of herbaceous perennials and plant collectors from all over Germany and beyond in Berlin’s famous Botanic Gardens. Along one kilometre of market stalls, some one hundred plant nurseries, nature conservation organisations and specialist growers present botanical novelties and old favourites in the highest quality: from herbaceous perennials in all their variety to wildflowers, vegetable seedlings, fruit trees and ornamental shrubs. Visitors will find information about organic seeds and flowering bulbs, plants that attract insects and other essentials of wildlife-friendly gardening.

Gardening in tune with nature

One key ingredient in this is using the right soil conditioners. The Gärtnerhof GmbH has invited organic gardening experts and initiatives to offer tips on gardening without toxic chemicals, alternatives to glyphosate or other herbicides, and advice on the use of peat-free compost. Peat is no longer considered a viable option for improving the soil. Instead, experts recommend home-made garden compost, nutrient-rich black topsoil and microorganisms. The Staudenmarkt offers plenty of information on the subject.

Busy busy bee

This year, the Staudenmarkt stands under the motto of „insect-friendly gardening” – with a special focus on bees. Our two patrons Dr Melanie von Orlow and Dr Benedikt Polaczek, both bee experts and great fans of herbaceous perennials, will be available to offer advice on this topic at the spring and autumn markets. Melanie von Orlow focuses on wild bees and Benedikt Polaczek on honey bees. Also represented will be the „Berlin summt” initiative, beekeepers from the region and many other bee lovers.

An event for all ages

A garden is a place for rest and relaxation, leisure, fun and for bringing people together. The Staudenmarkt reflects this by offering culinary delights, beautiful garden furniture, unique decorations and high-quality tools. Our youngest visitors can play while learning about bees, trees, flowers or bread-making. Grown-ups can quench their thirst for knowledge in talks and presentations.
The Berliner Staudenmarkt is „one of the most beautiful and prestigious plant markets in Germany and is just as popular with professionals as it is with hobby gardeners.” (DEGA-Gartenbau magazine)