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

presents:
on 7 + 8 April 2018
from 9am to 6pm
the Berliner Staudenmarkt herbaceous perennials fair
at the Botanic Garden Berlin–Dahlem

Next Dates:
7 + 8 April 2018
1 + 2 September 2018
 
admission €6.00
reduced €3.00

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The best time to plant

Garden joy throughout the winter

Resplendent with colourful blooms, this year’s autumn Staudenmarkt focuses above all on the winter garden. There are many herbaceous perennials that add foliage and colour to the garden throughout the winter months. Big-root cranesbill and Heuchera with their red-tinged leaves, for example, provide both. Ferns and grasses such as Polystichum and Japanese sedge add texture, and the aptly named Christmas roses adorn the garden with palm-shaped leaves and subtle white or purple flowers from late December.

Wintergreens and evergreens in the form of conifers and rhododendrons will also feature strongly at the Staudenmarkt, together with berries, fruit trees and decorative shrubs from North-America. As a particular highlight, Baumschule Ullmann is proudly presenting the sensational Diva fiore®, the latest innovation in reblooming Hydrangeas. And, as always, you’ll be able to enjoy our growers’ spectacular range of modern and old, scented, rambling and climbing roses.

Autumn is not only the time to plant shrubs and herbaceous perennials, but also bulbs and tubers, which will be offered in abundance at the September Staudenmarkt. Seeds, too, will be available, including unusual varieties, from annuals and biennials, spring and summer bedding plants, old and rare cultivars, as well as winter vegetable seedlings, such as kale. And, last but not least, you’ll find an excellent choice of quality gardening tools and accessories.

The Staudenmarkt would not be complete without our customary range of culinary specialities to enjoy while perusing the market’s offerings. Take your pick from potato pancakes and dumplings made from organic ingredients, Turkish flatbread and game sausages, snacks and nibbles, cakes and pastries, and the finest Barista coffee. Talks and guided walks on Saturday and Sunday include organic gardening tips at “Gardening without poison – plant nutrition and pest control without artificial fertilisers and insecticides” and the ever-popular “Botanical discoveries at the Staudenmarkt”.

Our patron for 2017

This year’s Staudenmarkt patron Prof. Dr. Norbert Kühn, director of the Department for Vegetation Technology and Planting Design at the TU Berlin, member of the Board of Trustees of the Karl Foerster Foundation and Chairman of the Advisory Council of the Marianne Foerster Foundation, will be our honoured guest at the autumn Staudenmarkt.

Blüten in MehrwegtütenThe Gärtnerhof GmbH as the Staudenmarkt organisers kindly ask all visitors to bring their own bags or carriers. Market stall holders are now required by law to charge for all bags given out.