Mediaverdi CV nursery is a family owned business which has been active in forced shrubs and Carnation cultivation for over 100 years, spanning four generations. The name Mediaverdi comes from the Dutch: “Met Dianthus Verdiend”, which means “Earned with Dianthus”.
We grow Viburnum opulus ‘Roseum’, better known as the Snowball. The snowball bushes grow outside year-round and are then taken into the greenhouses for a few weeks for harvesting. Through rigorous selection and the deliberate execution of our craft we are able to cultivate high quality and sustainable Viburnum.
The Carnation cultivation takes place entirely in the greenhouse. Here we plant a mostly new and highly exclusive range of Carnations every year, which differentiates us from the market.
In both types of cultivation our purpose is to grow high quality and beautiful flowers with a minimal impact on the environment, and which will please and satisfy the end user.
Do not place Viburnum/Snowballs in the sun or on the draft and add only half of the recommended dose of flower food!
Do not place Carnations near ripening fruit! That shortens the shelf life!
Our collection of Mediaverdi-Carnations is available from August to November. Every year we plant a wide and partially innovative and exclusive assortment of Carnations
Our Snowballs are available from January to mid-April. Mediaverdi-Snowballs are known for their high and reliable quality.
Have a look at how we grow our Mediaverdi-Carnations and see what it takes to grow them.
Have a look at how we grow our Mediaverdi-Viburnum and see what it takes to grow them.
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We are very proud of the quality of our Snowballs and Carnations, but in truth, it makes us even more proud to see how the various florists use our flowers in their creations.
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