Dracaena Dragon Leaves

Dracaena Dragon Leaves
16th May 2018 - NEW by Adomex: The Dracaena's as foliage! Can be used in many different ways: as special green foliage in a bouquet but also as seperate leaves in an arrangement. Let your creativity ‘flow’! Exclusively available at Adomex-Naaldwijk: ask your Adomex-contactperson.

In the Picture: Plumosus

In the Picture: Plumosus
9th May 2018 - Plumosus (Asparagus Setaceus) is found in Florida, U.S.A. but also grows in the Netherlands and is also called ornamental asparagus. It reminds of a fern through its feathery appearance of highly branched stems and numerous delicate needle-shaped side branches.

In the Picture: Chico Jumbo

In the Picture: Chico Jumbo
12th April 2018 - Chico Jumbo (Chamaedorea elegans) grows in Mexico and Guatemala and is also called the Mexican dwarf palm. Adomex imports mainly from Mexico.

Showroom Open Days

Showroom Open Days
21st, 22nd and 23rd of March 2018 - We would like to invite you to visit our new Showroom in Naaldwijk during the OPEN DAYS which will be held on 21st, 22nd, and 23rd of March, from 10:00 to 16:00 hrs.

Moss Sticks

Moss Sticks
7th March 2018 - New by Adomex: Moss sticks. Moss sticks are dried branches on which moss has grown. These beautiful Moss sticks ‘made by nature’ are very suitable for Spring or Easter-creations.

In the Picture: Aspidistra

In the Picture: Aspidistra
28th February 2018 - Aspidistra Eliator grows in Guatemala, Florida, Italy, Israel etc. and Adomex imports it mainly from Florida, Guatemala and also from Italy. The name originates from ancient Greek, aspidion = ‘shield’.

NEW by Adomex

NEW by Adomex
14th February 2018 - Visit our new webshop (and website) at www.adomex.nl Now suitable for all devices, according to the latest techniques

In the Picture: Pistacia

In the Picture: Pistacia
5th February 2018 - Pistacia Lentiscus grows in all countries bordering the Mediterranean. Origin: The Pistacia-bush or -tree is also called mastic tree. It’s a bush which after years of growth, can reach up to 8 meters. Pistacia is known for its huge root system which enables the plant to thrive luxuriantly on rocky ground. The roots are capable of preventing erosion and stopping the advancing desert.