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We grow and distribute the majority of beautiful and interesting plants you can find in our bionursery. We often collect seeds native to the Balkan region as well as exotic species from all over the world and nurture them in our forest gardens. Our plants are reared with various types of biological composts made on site or purchased from local farmers. We use polyculture planting schemes to repel pests and ensure pathogen-free plants. We do NOT use commercial chemicals or practice any methods harmful to the environment. As a result, our plants are more resilient and better prepared for a life outside the nursery setting.

Click below to view our plant profiles

You can view our plant selection as layers in a forest garden -

Some of our plants are sourced from partner nurseries, in particular the fruit and nut cultivars. These plants are not biologically grown and minerals are applied to the plants.

We strive to keep the bulk of our stock 100% biological and in order to meet demand we are now working with friends and neighbors who understand and operate biological gardens to help us provide great plants to our customers.

We aim to not only provide individual plants but communities of plants that relate to each other forming stable flourishing ecosystems for gardens everywhere.

check out some out guilds and polycultures
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