The outdoor season
has started

  • Fantastic:
    let’s go outside!

    Have a cup of coffee in the spring sun and, weather permitting, enjoy the outdoors. With this large and luscious Festival Colours bowl you can turn your garden table into an eye-catcher..

  • A Party in your Kitchen

    While your cake is in the oven you plant violas in the garden. Done in a jiffy! And afterwards you enjoy your baking and a festival of colours!

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Early Spring:
what a magnificent display of colours!

All we Dutch need are a few rays of sun and we open our doors wide and enjoy our garden. With Festival Colours you are able to quickly add colour to your garden. From February to March florists, garden centres, DIY stores and various chain stores carry sets of mixed bedding plants.

Exceptionally long-lasting pleasure

  • With Festival Colours everybody has green fingers! We carefully selected these plants for you so you can instantly enjoy your cheerful garden or balcony.

  • Don’t plant the mixes too far apart – 30 cm should be the maximum distance. This way you are able to enjoy an abundant colour spectacle right away.

  • Naturally it is important to keep the plants well-watered. Make sure the soil is always moist.

  • Always remove the withered flowers in order to stimulate the growth of new flowers. This way the Festival Colours will last considerably longer.

  • We add extra plant food to the pot to ensure that you will be able to enjoy our plants as long as possible. Tip: keep adding plant food once every two weeks.

  • Festival Colours will flourish in half shadow.

  • Our Festival Colours are very attractive and you might be tempted to take a bite. But watch out: the plants are INEDIBLE.

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Kwekerij (Nursery) Wouters grows a beautiful range of plants in the polder near Ens. Festival Colours are selected and combined carefully to make live easy for you and provide instant effect. After all, your garden is meant to give you pleasure!


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