News from the nursery

We don’t just sell trees – we also like to travel a lot, and even more, to chat. To find out what we like to talk about,
and when and where you can meet us for a coffee, just take a look through this page.

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Anna Schellhase

Public relations

+49 (40) 76108-144

+49 (40) 76108-100



News and Information


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Treatment of Trees

It could almost be an advertising slogan, and somehow it is one.
We, the Lorenz von Ehren nursery, are the advertisers, because we hope that our trees will be able to develop to their full splendour at their new and hopefully final location.

It’s not only about good wood quality, but also the correct planting and care on the building site. 

Asian Trees from Hamburg

Asian flair originating from a North German tree nursery doesn't have to be a contradiction. Green is an international language and Asian trees and shrubs have been an integral part of the Lorenz von Ehren nursery's assortment for a long time. 
The knowledge and specialist expertise acquired has been continuously incorporated into the collection's Asian features — for over 40 years!
In our opinion, a very successful example is the Lorenz von Ehren show garden “Ost trifft West” (East meets West) at Castle Dyck in Jüchen near Düsseldorf which opened recently, in June 2018.

Unique specimens - Edition 2018

The Lorenz von Ehren nursery will be publishing a further edition of their exclusive series “Unique specimens"
At the GaLaBau trade fair in Nuremberg from 12–15 September, the Lorenz von Ehren nursery in Hamburg will be presenting one of the most beautiful pieces from their extensive range of groves. The unique specimen series shows trees with particular character. However, these don’t need to be particularly old; growth and cutting are also two influencing criteria for the selection.

Ash trees for the city!

The flowering ash, also know as manna ash or Fraxinus ornus, is particularly well suited as a street tree because it tolerates road salt and is only affected by external influences when situated in paved locations. The dryness that often occurs in city locations is also hardly an issue for the tree. And its origin? Central and eastern North America!


Lorenz von Ehren GmbH

& Co. KG

Maldfeldstr. 4
21077 Hamburg
+49 (40) 76108-0

+49 (40) 76108-100