WELCOME AT SAXIFRAGA WORLD
The Website of the ALPIGENA SAXIFRAGA NURSERY
We are a small Mail-order Nursery specialized in Saxifraga's from the Porophyllum and ligulatae section. We also list a selection of unusual , not often seen sempervivums and some other Alpines.
Please Note...... in our catalogue we just list Saxifraga's, Sempervivums, and Alpines general wich are in stock on a regular base. Often there are much more Saxifraga's and other alpines in stock but on a occasionally base. So you can always ask if a Saxifraga you are looking for is in stock.
Updates?.........YES!..... 30 - januari - 2019
In the bar on the left you can see our Web-site menu, with information and our 2 extensive catalogues.
When you click on the last item 'The World of Saxifrages' you are going to much more info about us and Saxifrages in general, but also to all kind of other items related to Alpine plants!
We are a small hobby - non profit- Nursery just growing Saxifraga's from the Porophyllum (kabschia) and the Ligulatea (silver) section. Our intention is to promote the Porophyllum Saxifraga's in general and keep them available for everyone now and in the future. We also grow a selection of unusual sempervivums
For Saxifraga and Alpine plant lovers who cannot visit us during the Open-Days in spring or by appointment, we have a good working Mail-Order. We send out plants to almost all European countries, except some countries with custom difficulties. For details please go to our 'Mail-Order' page in the menu.
You can contact us by E-Mail or by Telephone. Please use the details in the bar at the bottom of this page. Please note that visiting us is ONLY possible by appointment or on our Open-Days every spring when the Saxifraga's are flowering. For more details, please check our 'Open-Days' and 'Visiting' page in the menu.
ALPIGENA SAXIFRAGA NURSERY
Bart Moerland Bilderdijkstraat 129
7442VK Nijverdal The Netherlands
Phone; 06 430 54 354
*Only with number recognition*
Visiting the Nursery only by appointment
Or on our OPEN-DAYS in Spring when the Saxifraga's are flowering