Please allow me to introduce…
‘Once upon a time there was a Swiss gentleman called Burkhard Gasenzer, who in 1889, placed his first advert in a newspaper in which he promoted his fruit trees. Today his great-grandson, Markus Kobelt, passionately keeps Burkhard's legacy alive with Lubera. The cultivation of fruit trees has been maintained on the Gasenzer family farm in Buchs for more than three generations. In 1993, Markus founded the Rhine Nurseries together with his aunt Anni Grässli-Gasenzer, which revived and continued this tradition.
In the last 10 years, Lubera has bred and introduced more than 80 new varieties to the market. And there's no end in sight. Lubera breeds and produces their plants in the Rhine valley, in Switzerland, in the middle of the Swiss Alps. It goes without saying that their plants are very weather resistant.
Now Lubera have launched their new UK website, here. Not only can you buy fruit, vegetables and flowers, but also peruse many of the informative and extremely entertaining videos.’
I’m really looking forward to introducing a touch of Swiss magic to the Tidy Garden very soon.
Watch this space (Enter excited ‘Squeal’)
Meanwhile, from 6th April - 20th April 2015 you can get 20% off your order using the code TGBJUK-1504-01 (exclusive to Tidy Gardens by Jane readers)
Click the image below to take you to their website.
Enjoy & do let me know what you buy, we can compare goodies.