Verschoor Horticulture is a family-run company dedicated to the production of hardy perennials with a passion for breeding. Creating new plants is all about creating harmony. When selecting new varieties, the relationship between the flower and leaf colours, features very high on our agenda. We believe in the notion that individual plants should create a harmonious image, while contrast should come from combinations with other plants.
Over 3000 varieties
We offer a complete line for all your hardy perennial landscape and garden needs. Our list of varieties consists of over 3000 items include many new exclusive items have been added to the list of varieties.
Iris sib, Peacock Butterfly
The garden with its little gate of green,
Invites you to enter, and view mysteries unseen,
Its vine laden bowers and overhanging trees,
The air filled with sweetness, the hum of the bees,
The flagged walks with Iris galore.
Of most beautiful colouring, unknown before,
Pink, white, purple, yellow, azure blue,
Mixed and mingled of every hue,
You come away wondering, can more beauty be seen,
Than in the garden with its little gate of green.
Ha of Hardy Perennials
We offer a complete line for all your hardy perennial landscape and garden needs. Our list of varieties consists of over 3000 items which include many exclusivities.
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