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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.
Why Not Mish, Mash & Mix It Up With Music, Tattoos and Cherry Dresses

Today we would like to introduce Francijn Suermondt ... or even better ... we asked Fran to introduce herself ;-) Fran is our new person for PR for United Kingdom - but she is much more than this. She is our first Lubera co-worker in the UK, she is our pathfinder in UK! And we are thrilled about her "rockabillyness"!

 
Interview with Toni Heyler, our translator

Toni, tell us how you bring language, writing and gardening together at the same time. Those are skills that a single person rarely has. ;-)
It just so happened that way. When I was 15, my first job was at a tree nursery and that is what first sparked my interest in horticulture. Also around that time, I was able to take a month-long trip to Germany with a school class and that got me interested in the German language and culture. In college, I continued to learn German and ended up earning degrees in both German and horticulture. Now I am fortunate that my job combines both interests. It works out really well.

 

What exactly does LUBERA mean?

What exactly does LUBERA mean?

Actually, the answer is quite simple: Nothing. Lubera means nothing; it is a made-up word that I created more than 18 years ago when I was looking for a brand name for my company (which at that time was called Rhein-Baumschulen). Today, Lubera® is our brand name; it is the name of our sales company in Switzerland and of our branch in Germany; Lubera, with all its possible endings, is also our URL. Rhein-Baumschulen incidentally remains the name of our production nursery in Switzerland. But ultimately there are more legal-economic than objective reasons for this.

 

Why videos?

Why videos?

Why videos?
Markus Kobelt, interviewed by Francijn Suermondt

 

Lubera Malini for Outerspace - The EDEN Project

Lubera Malini for Outerspace - The EDEN Project

In the past, a profession as a train driver was ranked high, particularly among boys; nowadays it’s rather the astronaut. Times are changing – and with them the circumstances, individual dreams, career aspirations and the possibilities of turning all that into reality. Agriculture is also changing! But we are not talking about corn monocultures, biogas and the like, but rather of aerospace + agriculture = EDEN.

 
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