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175 Years of Excellence

175 Years of Excellence in Breeding 175 Jahre Herausragende Züchtung We love what we are doing – with all from our heart. Celebrating our 175 th anniversary acknowledges Friedrich’s endeavors for our horticultural industry. Ernst – the founder of Benary – set the cornerstone in 1843 in Erfurt (former East Germany). He and the next three generations together with their employees served excellent seed quality to famous, historical fellows, only to mention a few of them: The Russian Emperor, Gregor Mendel; and even the Titanic had Benary seed on board. Could you imagine riding your bike through the country collecting seeds? This is how it all began with Benary after World War II. After the family had lost all of their company and personal belongings in Erfurt Friedrich Benary decided to start from scratch in the western zone of divided Germany in 1946. He traveled through all of Europe with his bike to start his business in Hann. Münden, Lower Saxony, Germany. No matter how bad the weather, how many more extra miles to go: With all of his passion for flower breeding, hard work, and a strong sense of entrepreneurial spirit he created one of the world leading seed breeding companies for ornamentals. Today Benary is creating exciting new products at three breeding locations: in North America, Germany and the Netherlands. We ship our seed into over 120 countries worldwide. We are very proud of working for “YOU” and your customers: We – that means the Benary family and all employees around the world. Being an independent, family owned business – already in the 6 th generation – we offer our quality products through our wide network of distributors and brokers around the world. Wir lieben was wir tun – von ganzem Herzen. Mit der Feier des 175-jährigen Firmenjubiläums würdigen wir die Bemühungen Friedrich Benarys um den Gartenbau. Firmengründer Ernst Benary legte 1843 in Erfurt (ehemalige DDR) den Grundstein des Unternehmens. Gemeinsam mit den Mitarbeitern der Firma belieferten er und die folgenden drei Generationen berühmte Zeitgenossen mit ausgezeichneter Saatgut-Qualität, so auch den russischen Zaren und Gregor Mendel – um nur einige zu nennen. Sogar die Titanic hatte Benary-Samen an Bord. Können Sie sich vorstellen quer durch Europa zu radeln, um Saatgut zu sammeln? Damit fing nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg bei Benary alles an. Nachdem die Familie ihr Unternehmen und all ihr persönliches Hab und Gut in Erfurt verloren hatte, entschloss sich Friedrich Benary im Jahr 1946 in der westlichen Zone des geteilten Deutschlands ganz von Vorne anzufangen. Er bereiste ganz Europa mit dem Fahrrad, bevor er sich mit seiner neuen Firma im niedersächsischen Hann. Münden niederließ. Egal wie schlecht das Wetter und wie lang der vor ihm liegende Weg war: Mit seiner Leidenschaft für Blumenzüchtung, harter Arbeit und exzellentem unternehmerischen Gespür schuf er eines der weltweit führenden Saatzuchtunternehmen für Zierpflanzen. Heute betreibt Benary ihre Züchtung an drei Standorten: Nordamerika, Deutschland und den Niederlanden. Unsere Produkte werden in 120 Länder der Welt vertrieben. Wir sind sehr stolz darauf für „SIE“ und Ihre Kunden zu arbeiten: Wir, das heißt die Familie Benary und alle Mitarbeiter weltweit. Als unabhängiges Familienunternehmen – bereits in der sechsten Generation – bieten wir unsere Qualitätsprodukte über ein großes, weltweit gespanntes Netz von Vertriebspartnern an.

Flower Seed Catalog Blumensamen-Katalog

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  • Page 8 and 9: Annuals Einjährige 6 www.benary.co
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  • Page 12 and 13: C 4216P Santa Barbara Begonia boliv
  • Page 14 and 15: Begonia semperflorens Timing / Kult
  • Page 16 and 17: Begonia semperflorens Cocktail ®
  • Page 18 and 19: Uniform Young Plants / Einheitliche
  • Page 20 and 21: Begonia tuberhybrida Timing / Kultu
  • Page 22 and 23: Salmon Pink Apricot Shades Begonia
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  • Page 30 and 31: Begonia tuberhybrida Bliss * / Prim
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  • Page 38 and 39: • Easy to grow and ship • Great
  • Page 40 and 41: D 8470 Bon Bon Mix Calendula Seeds
  • Page 42 and 43: Callistephus chinensis º Hulk Call
  • Page 44 and 45: H 3902C / P Mix Celosia plumosa Glo
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    Arrangement Helianthus annuus Bert

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    Helianthus annuus º Ikarus ø 5”

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    Orange N 7152 Cherry Thriller Mix M

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    Lobelia erinus Palace • Bred to b

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    Lycopersicon esculentum Gardener’

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    Z 0970 Savannah Melinis nerviglumis

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    Pentas lanceolata Timing / Kulturda

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    Must have Rose Lavender • Extreml

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    Pentas lanceolata Kaleidoscope •

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    Pentas lanceolata Northern Lights

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    T 1342 / P Blue Ice Petunia x hybri

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    Petunia x hybrida grandiflora SUCCE

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    Earliest Series in the Industry / F

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    U 1430 / U Mix Portulaca grandiflor

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    Michael’s Tip Combine Pentas Nort

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    Joey ® arrangement with Sedum Vood

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    Rudbeckia hirta Denver Daisy ø 6

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    Salvia farinacea Evolution ® Salvi

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    Tagetes erecta / Tagetes patula Tim

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    Tagetes erecta Crush ø 3,5-4” /

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    Tagetes patula Safari ø 2” / 5 c

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    Tithonia rotundifolia Fiesta del So

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    Y 5935 Mix Zinnia elegans º ø 5

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    Biennials Zweijährige 96 www.benar

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    Bellis perennis Habanera ® D 3500

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    For Spring and Fall • Can be prod

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    Calocephalus brownii Bed Head ® H

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    Primula elatior Timing / Kulturdaue

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    Leuchtende Farben • Einheitliche

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    Primula elatior Piano U 4440 Blue U

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    Viola cornuta / Viola wittrockiana

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    Must have Admire ® White Purple Wi

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    Mixes W 9280 / E / T Maxi Mix (incl

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    Viola wittrockiana Atlas X 1321 / T

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    Mixes X 1992 / E / T Blueberry Mix

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    Inspire ® Plus Orange Arrangement

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    Admire ® Inspire DeluXXe ® / Insp

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    Perennials Stauden 124 www.benary.c

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    Achillea ptarmica Noblessa FastraX

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    Arabis caucasica Compinkie ® B 403

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    Astilbe arendsii Astary ® B 7261 F

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    Campanula cochleariifolia Alpine Br

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    Delphinium grandiflorum Blue Mirror

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    Doronicum orientale Little Leo L 65

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    Eryngium planum º Glitter FastraX

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    Let the Sunshine in! Gaillardia x g

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    Heuchera sanguinea Ruby Bells N 409

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    Leucanthemum x superbum º Crazy Da

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    Lupinus polyphyllus Lupini ApeX New

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    Papaver nudicaule Garden Gnome / Ga

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    Physostegia virginiana Crystal Peak

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    Rudbeckia fulgida º Goldsturm ApeX

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    Natural Beauty / Natürliche Schön

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    Sedum ellacombianum (selskianum hor

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    Index 158 www.benary.com

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    Index A Genus, Species, Variety / G

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    Index G Genus, Species, Variety / G

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    Index S Genus, Species, Variety / G

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    Saatgut-Technologie: Saatgutformen

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    We care - we deliver sustainable se

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