Bierkreek is working with (biological) colleagues both at home and abroad. This cooperation is essential because we need each other. We share experiences and utilize the knowledge about roses to increase production. We invest in this partnership by actively participating in various information exchange groups. Cooperation is also needed to detect new varieties, bring them to the nursery and then make them available to our customers.
Bierkreek receives support in the processes of cultivation and business management via
Science and Research
We don’t only have contact with various organic and traditional rose growers, but also companies and organizations from other industries. We are working with universities and research institutes such as the Louis Bolk Institute. This Institute conducts scientific research into the development of organic and sustainable agriculture, food and healthcare. Furthermore, we participate in the Product Group and The Cultivation Group on Roses and Understocks.
Several Rose Gardens around the world contain some the most beautiful old, new, rare and special roses. Some are ordinary and some are roses-with-a-story. We here at Bierkreek, above all, want to make sure as many rose lovers as possible can enjoy these roses – both within and outside the Rose Gardens they are housed in. Therefore, Bierkreek has close contacts with leading European Rose Gardens such as Sangerhausen in Germany and The Fineschi Garden in Italy.