what we do

Peerts Horticulture is a horticultural company in Lochristi, which is specialized in the floriculture of Azalea Indica, Rhododendron, Hydrangea macrophylla and Photinia freseri ‘Red Robin’.

In addition, we offer a very wide range of flowering and green pot plants for indoor and outdoor use.

Peerts Horticulture is able to supply any desired pot plant anywhere in the world.

Kurt Peerts – CEO

Azalea Indica

Rhododendron simsii

  • From August to May

  • Any potsize

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    At first glance, an Azalea is a small shrub with large, striking flowers. Due to the rich flowering and the wide variety of shapes – from small mini Azaleas to large shrubs and from stems to eccentric shapes – the plant offers a lot of variation and decoration in the house and garden.

    The history of the Azalea begins at the end of the 18th century when the Azalea came from Japan and China to our regions. Through research and decades of breeding, the growers were able to improve the Azalea and greatly expand its supply. As a result, the Azaleas have beautiful, double flowers that bloom for up to six weeks and there are about 150 varieties.


  • From October to May

  • Pot 15, 17 and 23

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    Rhodondrons steal the show in every garden with their exuberant flowering. There are more than 100 different varieties and crosses of this beautiful shrub.


Hydrangea Macrophylla

  • From the end of December to May

  • No fixed pot size

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    Hydrangea Macrophyllas are undoubtedly among the most popular shrubs, especially the bulb hydrangeas with their beautiful, almost excessive, floral splendor are indispensable in many gardens.

    Peerts Horticulture specializes in young plants (half-washed plants) which, after their cooling period in forcing, can be offered flowering after a period of 10 weeks.

Gloss Medlar

Photinia fraseri ‘Red Robin’

  • All year round

  • Any pot size

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    Photinia fraseri ‘Red robin’, is a medium-sized evergreen shrub with a compact upright form, glossy, elliptical to obovate leaves, which turn red and bleeding, and later to dark green to. Photinia likes to have a place in the shade or in the sun, slightly sheltered from the cold winds in the winter and not too much lime in the soil. It is pretty good, frost hardy, wind tolerant, and is also pollution resistant. He lures in the spring, many of the honey bees and bumble bees and is a host plant for some butterfly species.

A question?

Don’t forget that we offer other species besides these above mentioned plants! If you want more information, do not hesitate to contact us, or take a look at FloraXchange!