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Lubera stops plant deliveries to the UK
Due to Brexit, we are not able to deliver to the UK. We are working on a solution on how we can continue to bring a wide range of Lubera plants to the UK and directly to our customers' homes in the future. However, such a solution will not be available before 2022 or 2023.
Blurring the edible/ornamental divide with The Garden Forager

British gardens have long had a divide between edibles and ornamentals. The veg patch tends to be further from the house, shrouded from view by the pretty things. There’s always a sense that you can’t combine the two, but there is a different way to eat your garden, and that’s what Adele Nozedar explores in her book, The Garden Forager.

 

Tell us the best tasting Cornus kousa fruit!

Tell us the best tasting Cornus kousa fruit!

Many people believe almost everything I say. In any case, they take a good look at my fingers and mouth. Well, and then I have to face the consequences of my words and actions.

Our plant friend, Wolfgang Eberts, from Baden-Baden, who is a notorious gardener and well-known himself, had as we all a desire for plants, flowers and fruits this past week and looked at my videos (worthy of imitation by the way!). Then he wrote me the following email:

 

The Coconut Berry and the Biscuit Berry

The Coconut Berry and the Biscuit Berry

The Physalis we know is usually Physalis peruviana with its cherry-sized, yellow to orange fruit. We tested several varieties this year at Lubera and the varieties Peters Beste and (Big) Little Buddha have convinced us again and again.

 

How does enjoyment work?

How does enjoyment work?

Often times, some of the simplest things are the hardest. These things are a matter of course, without question, easy - and suddenly you've lost them.
This text is based on a video which exists only in German. But it's also the type of video that can be understood in every language ...