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Welcome to Hollanthos Flowers

Your wholesaler in cut flowers and plants

Hollanthos Flowers specialises in the sale of flowers, plants and cut foliage of the highest quality and from the best growers. We supply, among others, wholesalers, flower shops, garden centers and event organisers.

We supply our costumers with flowers and plants direct from the best and biggest growers worldwide with direct access to their stock via our webshop.

An assortment of over 45,000 varieties of flowers, plants, cut foliages and materials is waiting for you to explore it.

Order 24/7, our webshop is always open!

Check out our range of products or place an order now in our webshop. Also you can call our sales team. They are always available to help you...

Your Wholesale company of cut flowers, plants and deco.

Why Buy From Us

Always fresh

We do not use stock. All orders come fresh from the growers or bought on the clock that morning. This way you always have a fresh product at  your store.

Hollanthos Greenhouse

Smart Purchasing

Thanks to our advanced logistics and direct access to various purchasing channels, we can purchase the best quality for you at the best rates. We also provide exclusive collaborations with some of the leading flower growers worldwide.

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From our webshop you have direct access to the stock at the nurseries of our partners. With photos and always up to date. We ensure that your order is fresh and ready at the agreed time.

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Floraholland auction
dried flowers
gypsophilla painted

History of Bonsai

While the art of bonsai has long been associated with Japan, it actually originated first in China, and then spread eastward to Korea and then Japan. The art of bonsai was spread by Buddhist monks who wished to bring the “outdoors” inside their temples. From ancient paintings and manuscripts, we know that “artistic” container trees were being cultivated by the Chinese around 600 AD, but many scholars feel that bonsai, or at least potted trees, were being grown in China as far back as 500 or 1,000 BC. Bonsai first appeared in Japan during the 12th century.

The development of Chinese and Korean ceramics played an important role in the development of bonsai as we know it today. Without the development of beautiful Chinese containers, bonsai trees would not have been admired as much as they have been. Bonsai literally means “tree in a tray.” The tree and container must form a single entity. Even to this day the most desired containers for the finest Japanese bonsai are often antique Chinese containers.


Tillandsia is a genus of around 650 species of evergreen, perennial flowering plants in the family Bromeliaceae, native to the forests, mountains and deserts of northern Mexico and south-eastern United States, Mesoamerica and the Caribbean to mid Argentina. 

Their leaves, more or less silvery in color, are covered with specialized cells (trichomes) capable of rapidly absorbing water that gathers on them. Sometimes they are also commonly known as air plants because of their natural propensity to cling to whatever surfaces are readily available: telephone wires, tree branches, barks, bare rocks, etc. 

Most Tillandsia species are epiphytes – which translates to ‘upon a plant’. Some are aerophytes, which have a minimal root system and grow on shifting desert soil. Due to their epiphytic way of life, these plants will not grow in soil but live on the branches of trees, in deserts and on other substrates that will not be saturated with water for very long.