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

on 7 + 8 September 2019
from 9am to 6pm
the Berliner Staudenmarkt herbaceous perennials fair
at the Botanic Garden Berlin–Dahlem

Next Dates:
7 + 8 September 2019
4 + 5 April 2020
admission €6.00
reduced €3.00

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Blüten ohne Plastiktüten

Kickstart the garden year!

Praised as the most beautiful plant market in Europe by visitors and exhibitors alike, the Berliner Staudenmarkt is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Expect a whole host of surprises – and, of course, herbaceous perennials galore!

By the time this year’s spring Staudenmarkt opens its doors, fruit trees and roses will have been pruned, cold frames prepared, crocuses, scilla and other harbingers of spring will be adding splashes of colour to the garden: we’ll be ready to venture out and enjoy the first fresh shades of green. At the Staudenmarkt in Berlin’s Botanic Garden some 135 exhibitors, including 100 plant nurseries and nature conservation organisations from all over Germany and Europe, are poised to present their products and inform about their activities.

Innovations, rarities and old favourites – here you’ll find (almost) everything for your garden, balcony or terrace: from annuals and biennials to succulents and carnivorous plants, from bulbs and tubers to ornamental shrubs and fruit trees – but above all herbaceous perennials. For the vegetable patch there’ll be kitchen and medicinal herbs, organic seed potatoes, tomato, lettuce and vegetable seedlings, and, always popular, an impressive selection of chilli varieties.

Culinary and other surprises will sweeten your visit and keep you fed and watered, as well as entertained. For the younger generation, the Gärtnerhof, organisers of the Staudenmarkt, are offering their “Azubi-Börse”, where young job seekers can find out about apprenticeship opportunities with our exhibitors. And, as every year, the Botanic Garden’s long-grass area is the venue for children’s activities with “Berlin summt”.

Zero plastic waste

Single-use is a no-no for us – and for our stallholders and visitors too. Please bring your own bags and wrapping materials, baskets, handcarts or trolleys to carry your purchases home. In the same vein, our food stalls will offer refreshments in good old-fashioned mugs and glasses, to be returned after use. Alternatively, you may also arrive equipped with your own re-usable cup.