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Evergreen Southern Magnolia, f. Gallisoniensis

Magnolia grandiflora Gallisoniensis, Evergreen Southern Magnolia

 

Magnolias take many years to bloom from seed. Our evergreen Magnolias are grafted and bloom immediately or next summer. Moreover, the variety Gallisoniensis has a beautiful dark green leaves. These are Magnolias, that you have probably seen everywhere in Italy and France.

These Magnolias grow without any problems anywhere in southern Bulgaria and along the Black Sea coast. But they will grow in quite a few places in Sofia and northern Bulgaria.

More information about Magnolias is available in our forum:

http://forum.palmi.bg/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=184

Price: €66.82

Availability: 29 pcs

Arch of roses,Climbing rosa

 Arch of roses, Climbing Rosa 
 

 

Price: €492.32

Availability: 7 pcs

Hybrid black Everbearing mulberry with year-round fruiting

Hybrid black Everbearing mulberry

with year-round fruiting

Another mulberry variety recognized as one of the best mulberry varieties in the world. The trees are extremely vigorous, and the fruits are very large and taste wonderful. The fruits are loaded with useful substances and antioxidants, and are mainly used for fresh consumption, but they are also used to make very tasty sweets and jams. Ripening of the first crop begins in May and often continues into June, with all fruits ripening in about 3 weeks. The fruits develop on the new branches of the last growth, therefore pruning is necessary for them to bear fruit again in the same year. This is done immediately after the first crop has ripened, thus stimulating the development of new fruit branches and new fruits. Under Bulgarian conditions, up to three crops can be obtained in a year, but only the first crop is very large, and the fruits of each subsequent crop become smaller because of the weakening sun and decreasing day length after the month of June, which leads to a weakening of photosynthesis . In countries with a warmer climate, where temperatures do not drop below zero, this variety of mulberry produces between 4 and 5 harvests per year. In Bulgaria, the variety was tested in a greenhouse and produced 5 harvests, two of them during the winter.

The trees are completely cold-resistant for Bulgaria's climate. But there is a catch - they are cold-resistant when there is a cold winter. This mulberry variety does not enter into a deep dormancy and begins to develop as soon as the first longer warm spells occure in January. If temperatures later drop below -5 or -6 degrees, twigs may freeze, and sometimes entire old trees may freeze. Therefore, this variety is not recommended for places in southern Bulgaria that are exposed to temperature inversions. Cold regions are best suited, where warming is not very intense and does not allow early development while still in the peak of the winter.

The fruits develop on the new branches of the spring growth, therefore pruning is advisable in early spring to shorten last year's branches and thus stimulate branching and more abundant fruiting.

The plants on sale are intended for planting in the ground, so they are planted in a regular garden soil, which greatly helps for their establishment in the ground.

Price: €23.56

Availability: 1 pcs

Morus hybrid Shangri La, Mulberry

Morus hybrid Shangri La, Mulberry

The Shangri La variety is recognized as one of the best mulberry varieties in the world, and there is a reason for that. The trees are extremely vigorous, and the fruits are very large and taste wonderful. The fruits are packed with useful substances and antioxidants, and are mainly used for fresh consumption, but they are also used to make very tasty sweets and jams. Ripening begins in May and often continues into June, with all fruits ripening in about 4-6 weeks.

The trees are completely cold-resistant for Bulgaria's climate. The fruits develop on the new branches of the spring growth, therefore pruning in early spring is advisable in order to shorten last year's branches and thus stimulate branching and more abundant fruiting.

The plants on sale are intended for planting in the ground, so they are planted in regular garden soil, which greatly hepls for establishing in the ground.

Price: €23.56

Availability: 1 pcs

Confederate jasmine, Chinese star jessamine

Confederate jasmine, Chinese star jessamine
Rhynchospermum jasminoides 

Price: €490.85

Availability: 1 pcs

Robinia pseudoacacia

Robinia pseudoacacia, Wattle

 

 

 

 

Price: €110.38

Availability: 10 pcs

Pot

Plastic Pot  

 

Size: 60/30/30 cm

 

Price: €29.08

Availability: 5 pcs

Volcanic Mediterranean Fan Palm, Etna,

Chamaerops humilis var. Etna,

Volcanic Mediterranean Fan Palm

 

These palms have a reputation to be quite cold hardy. In fact, they grow near Assenovgrad, Bulgaria (zone 7b) since 2008 with no protection at all. These are interesting shrubby palms for our area. Even after a really bad freeze, they will always regrow from the ground and recover in a couple of months.

As a desert palm, 'Etna' needs plenty of sun light. When watered and fertilized regularly, they will show an excellent growth.

 

More information is available on our forum:

http://forum.palmi.bg/viewtopic.php?f=34

Price: €117.09

Availability: 5 pcs

Book - A modern view of Olive cultivation in Bulgaria

A modern view of Olive cultivation in Bulgaria

A practical guide to propagating and growing olives under Bulgarian conditions

220 pages. Bulgarian language

Author: Kiril Donov, engineer-agronomist, master in tropical and subtropical agriculture

The climate is changing at an unprecedented speed, and the frosty winters of the last century seem like an increasingly distant memory. The Eastern Mediterranean, the Balkan Peninsula and Bulgaria are warming faster than the rest of Europe, and today's climate in southern Bulgaria is even warmer than the climate in northern Greece 20 years ago. In our country there are already many areas where the climate is ideal for growing olives. And if until recently only individual trees of the most cold-resistant varieties were found here and there, today almost every olive variety can grow in most places south of Balkan mountain without any winter damage.
The author Kiril Donov is an agronomist engineer with a master's degree in Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture since 1997. In the book, he shares valuable information and over 260 author's photos, based on 25 years of experience and experiments with olives in Bulgaria. Such a detailed monograph on the subject is published for the first time in our country. All aspects of olive production are covered in detail:
- physiology and soil-climatic requirements of olive plants;
- various types of reproduction and production of planting material;
- varieties of olives tested under the conditions of our country;
- planning and creation of olive plantations in Bulgaria;
- pruning, fertilizing, watering, fighting diseases and pests;
- harvesting and processing of olive fruits.
The book is intended for farmers, agronomists, students and teachers. It goes into great detail, but is written in accessible language to be useful to anyone who decides to engage in olive production under Bulgarian conditions.

Price: €13.80

Availability: 47 pcs

Quantity:

European fan palm, Chamaerops

Chamaerops humilis, European fan palm in pot 18 cm

from Botanical garden - Plovdiv, Bulgaria

 

The European Fan Palm is the only palm, that is of European origin. It grows in dry and rocky areas, where it experiences long summers with high temperatures and much sun. If there is a palm that will easily recover in pot after being forgotten and not watered in time, this is the Chamaerops. It will take dry air, dust and even somewhat lower light.

This palm could stay in the same pot for many years.

For optimal growth it should be moved outside in summer and watered abundantly.

In winter it needs cool temperatures, below +10°C. It will also grow in open ground in some areas of Bulgaria.

More information is available in Bularian on our forum:

http://forum.palmi.bg/viewforum.php?f=34

Price: €9.45

Availability: 44 pcs

Laurustinus, Viburnum opulus 'Roseum'

Viburnum opulus Roseum, Laurustinus

Price: €7.91

Availability: 29 pcs

Japanese Maple Garnet

Japanese Maple Garnet
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Garnrt

Price: €126.27

Availability: 4 pcs

Acer palmatum 'Inaba Shidare'

Acer palmatum 'Inaba Shidare', Norway maple 

Price: €250.03

Availability: 5 pcs

Acer palmatum 'Inaba Shidare'

Acer palmatum 'Inaba Shidare', Norway maple 

Price: €372.74

Availability: 5 pcs

Acer palmatum 'Tamukeyama'

Acer palmatum 'Tamukeyama', Norway maple 

Price: €188.67

Availability: 5 pcs

Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'

Acer palmatum 'BloodGood', Norway maple 

Price: €117.09

Availability: 3 pcs

Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'

Acer palmatum 'BloodGood', Norway maple 

Price: €145.21

Availability: 5 pcs

Acer palmatum 'Tamukeyama'

Acer palmatum 'Tamukeyama', Norway maple 

Price: €168.21

Availability: 5 pcs

Acer palmatum 'Viridis'

Acer palmatum 'Viridis', Norway maple 

Price: €167.17

Availability: 2 pcs

Japanese Maple Garnet

Japanese Maple Garnet
Acer Palmatum Dissectum Garnrt

Price: €95.59

Availability: 4 pcs

Acer palmatum 'Shaina'

Acer palmatum 'Shaina', Norway maple 

Price: €116.04

Availability: 5 pcs

Nagami Kumquat Volkameriana

Nagami Kumquat  Volkameriana
Fortunella margarita Volkameriana

 

Important notice! Most citrus plants on the market are produced for planting in orchards in the Mediterranean countries. They have a large overall height, have high graft and are difficult to shape and support at home. Rootstocks on which they are grafted are very fast growing, which is fine for the open ground in the subtropics, but is not desirable when growing in pot in the temperate climate.

All our small citrus plants are produced specifically for the Bulgarian market and are ideally suited for home cultivation. The rootstocks cause compact growth, grafts are low and this allows making an excellent shape of the crown, to be suitable for growing in pots. The used rootstocks are trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliata 'Flying Dragon') and Volkamer lemon, Citrus volkameriana. Trifoliate orange is frost-hardy to -25°C, and significantly increases the cold resistance of plants grafted on it.

 

More than any other Citrus, Kumquat is of high ornamental value. The fruits are tasty and are consumed with the peel. They can hang on the tree for several months ripening, so most people usually prefer to keep them as ornamental. As with all other Citrus plants, Kumquat is susceptible to scales and spider mites and needs to be sprayed twice a year.

In winter it will need a cool place with temperatures 0-10 degrees Celsius. If the temperature is higher, the leaves usually fall off. In summer it needs to be outside and abundantly watered.

Much more information about Kumquat and all other citrus species is available on our forum:

http://forum.palmi.bg/viewforum.php?f=4

Price: €20.19

Availability: 3 pcs

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