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Bierkreek, kwekerij, de
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Retail, wholesale and mail order rose nursery   Owned by J.W. van Hage, M. Lundahl, E. de Milliano, G. v.d. Krogt.   Listing last updated on 23 Nov 2017.
Catalog: Printed and Online.   Newsletter available.
Zevenhofstedenstraat 9
IJzendijke, Zeeland 4515RK
Netherlands
0031612905085  [Information]
0031117306030  [Fax]
0031612905085  [Ordering]
www.bierkreek.nl
Our rose-nursery is one of the few organic (ecologic, biologic) rose-nureseries in the world. That means we don't use chemicals and artificial fertilizer. We use production methods according to regulation nr. 2092/91 which is issued by the Europeon Union and controlled in the Netherlands by the organisation of SKAL.

We grow roses for retail and wholesale. We budd our roses on hardy old fashion rootstocks like R. canina and R. rubiginosa. We think using this rootstock gives a hardy sturdy rose wich last for a long time. The colours are bright and the fragrance is better. They are also better for polar conditions. We have a small testgarden in the nord of Sweden were we like to test our varieties of wich we are not sure about cold resistance.
Our fast growing list of roses contains the latest new hybrids from Barni, Fryer, Tantau, Kordes and Interplant, but also very old mostly forgotten varieties and a lot of species.
Roses can be send bare root around the world from november till march. After this period most varieties are available in a 5.5 or 10 liter container. On our roselist of 2009-2010 you can find almost 1600 Varieties. We are not able to put every rose on Helpmefind, so don't hesitate, just aks for our latest offer. Every year At least 100 new ones will be added. At the moment we are getting to ready to representate breeders and put their varieties in production. We invite small (hobby) breeders to contact us and sent us their latest roses to test them. We have contacts with Nurseries all over Europe and in the United States. We want to bring small, unknown varieties within the reach of everyone. A rose should not only be bred in the USA or only in Europe. Everybody should be able to buy it and the winner of the rose should get his royalties for the job he did! That's our goal and we like you to help us!!!