The Lorenz von Ehren Symposium scrutinises the consequences of climate change for cities and municipalities “Do not give up because of the climate catastrophe, but be proactive with our opportunities”, one of the points made by meteorologist and weather presenter Sven Plöger. READ MORE
Training company by conviction The horticultural industry in Schleswig-Holstein chose the Training Company of the Year as part of the national horticulture ceremony at Neumünster city hall on 06 September. The Lorenz von Ehren Nursery based in Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg and Lower Saxony was recognised for its great commitment to training.
More in-house events: Nursery Lorenz von Ehren renounces appearance at IPM “IPM is an interesting fair and one where we have happily exhibited but because we are completely realigning our communication structures, we have decided to exhibit only every two years at the IPM Fair,” said Bernhard von Ehren, Managing Director of nursery Lorenz von Ehren. “Overall, we assess every external event in order to find the best way to interact with our clients”, added von Ehren. READ MORE
Hamburg tree nursery provides space, trees and labour for university project This project investigates how the future urban tree population can be adapted to prolonged summer dry periods. For this purpose, suitable soil substrates are tested in combination with the selection of promising tree species and varieties. A total of 135 trees, including nine different species and varieties and five trees per species/variety in three different substrates.
Lorenz von Ehren nursery to supply trees for the city park on the bunker in Feldstraße, Hamburg In autumn 2020, around 28 trailers will leave the Lorenz von Ehren nursery in the south of Hamburg, bringing trees and shrubs to green the giant World War II bunker in Hamburg Altona.
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. READ MORE
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. READ MORE
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. READ MORE
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! READ MORE
The Lorenz von Ehren nursery gives you insights behind the scenes.
How are trees cleared? What cutting techniques are there? How is summer shipping carried out? These are just three of many nursery-related topics which the Lorenz von Ehren nursery has reviewed in film format for enthusiasts. The films are now available on our company’s YouTube channel “Baumschule Lorenz von Ehren” and on our homepage https://www.lve-baumschule.de/en/company/
According to a recent study of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), our feet will also get wet by 2040 in many parts of central Europe. This will be a consequence of changed rainfall patterns due to global warming, the scientists determined and thus made flooding on rivers the focus of observation once again. Without structural countermeasures the number of persons affected by flooding events in Germany alone would rise from 0.1 to 0.7 million. It will be worse, if we, according to the study, do not limit anthropogenic global warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius, because even structural adjustments will be difficult then.
German-Japanese society presents 50 cherry trees to the city of Hamburg On 5 March 2018, in a ceremony given by the Japanese prime minister Shinzō Abe and with the presence of the president of the German-Japanese society of Hamburg e.V. Eiko Hashimaru-Shigemitsu as well as the 26. Japanese cherry blossom queen and the 2.Hamburger cherry blossom queen, a cherry tree (prunus yedoensis) was planted marking the spot for a further 49 cherry trees. MEHR ERFAHREN
Wherever you meet garden owners and people responsible for green areas in the cities and municipalities, you will encounter a great deal of concern about the toxicity of woody plants.
Especially when it comes to children, the issue seems to touch a nerve. This is a development which in the foreseeable future could lead to the disappearance of poisonous woody plants from our environment and thus also the fauna dependent on them. We would like to try to rehabilitate these woody plants, and we would certainly also like to oblige the citizens to do so, because a little peace and quiet and less excitement can actually work wonders in this issue. We believe it is time to inform and educate - and not just to cut down the plants.
Customer service and customer retention is not only a question of politeness, but also one of presence and accessibility. And it's this that the Lorenz von Ehren nursery is addressing, by establishing new locations nationwide. The show garden in Munich was opened in September 2017 and the show garden in Düsseldorf is currently under construction. "We are well represented in North Germany with our four locations" said Bernhard von Ehren, managing associate of the Lorenz von Ehren nursery, "but we see ourselves as being under-represented in other parts of the country. We are now gradually changing that and have begun in the Munich region."
At this year’s, and therefore the 17th Lorenz von Ehren symposium, the main topic was ‘climate change and what it means for the green branch’. Top-class speakers stood in front of the microphone on 7 September 2017 and spoke to more than 200 guests. They presented their thoughts and reflections on climate change and the related changes to the green branch in an interesting and entertaining manner.
The opening of the Lorenz von Ehren display garden on 8 September 2017 in Gilching near Munich was a great success and a wonderful experience. Around 250 guests accepted the Hamburg nursery’s invitation and received an informative profile of a cross-section of the range. This took place in the nursery garden which was fantastically designed with decorative features.
High-profile experts from the green branch and from non-related branches will be able to look beyond their disciplines and gain an overview. 7.September is the day. THe tree nursery Lorenz von Ehren opens its delivery warehouse for yet an other interdisciplinary symmposium. Key note speaker ist Prof. Dr. Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker with his speech "Climate change changes our landscape. What to do?".
Successful project in England will be continued The tree nursery Lorenz von Ehren from Hamburg in Germany onceagain delivered large 'London Planes' (Platanus acerifola) to England.In this building phase, 27 trees with a trunk circumference of 70-80cmand a height of around 12.5m are being planted in Alconbury. READ MORE
'Green urban climate' - the tree nursery Lorenz von Ehren organises a symposium on the subject of the urban climate and greenery 7. September 2017 is the day. The tree nursery Lorenz von Ehren opens its delivery warehouse for yet another interdisciplinary symposium.
Lorenz von Ehren presents further showstoppers from its nurseries
Is it too early to speak of tradition? Once again, just in time for the beginning of the year and the IPM trade fair in Essen (24 to 27 January 2017), the Lorenz von Ehren nursery is bringing out its new range of unique specimens. With classic, high-quality presentation, further gems from the nurseries in Hamburg and Bad Zwischenahn will go on display. The current catalogue is available exclusively via personal contact with the nursery. READ MORE
Quality and quantity of visitors increased once again compared to 2014
The Lorenz von Ehren nursery scores with its key topics of climate change trees and unique specimens, which were announced before the event, as well as its considerably more pronounced omnipresence as a global player in the industry this year. The tree horoscope, which was projected on to the stand, provided an anchor and attracted many visitors, including those who were simply curious.
The Lorenz von Ehren nursery plants a climate grove
There is a lot of discussion and research, and even a little mystery surrounding climate change, tree adaptation and climate change resistant trees. The Lorenz von Ehren nursery has now planted a climate grove on its grounds in Hamburg, in which 61 tree species classified as climate change resistant can be viewed by visitors.
The Lorenz von Ehren nursey is designing a model garden at the Park der Gärten, Bad Zwischenahn.
Visitors can look forward to the new garden at the Park der Gärten, Bad Zwischenahn, which is Germany’s largest park for model gardens. The design, execution and planting of Garden No. 24 has been taken on by the Lorenz von Ehren nursery (Hamburg and Bad Zwischenahn). Hedge galleries play a major role, not only as structural elements and privacy screens, but also their decorative and varied character, which are particularly brought to the fore.
The Lorenz von Ehren nursery supplies around 100 common limes (Tilia europaea ‘Pallida’) to the City of Hamburg for planting along a main traffic artery of the city.
The Heidenkampsweg is six lanes wide, making it one of the main roads in Hamburg, with around 6,400 cars passing through every hour. The new common limes were planted on the central reservation between the two carriageways.
The Lorenz von Ehren nursery presents its range of unique specimens for 2016
Just in time for the beginning of the year and the IPM trade fair in Essen (26 to 29 January 2016), the Lorenz von Ehren nursery is presenting its new range of unique specimens to the public. Once again, the range reveals what gems are growing in the company’s nurseries and waiting to be planted in their final locations in parks and gardens.
City of Hamburg honours the company for its 150th anniversary
At a senate reception in the Hamburg’s magnificent city hall, Frank Horck, senator for economy, transport and innovation for the City of Hamburg, handed the silver Portugaleser to Bernhard von Ehren, managing partner of the Lorenz von Ehren nursery.
At the beginning of September, the Lorenz von Ehren nursery den Prüfungen zur GAP standards (Good Agricultural Practice) and the adjoining “Certified Nursery” qualification of the Association of German Nurseries (BdB).
Both qualifications were completed with top marks. This makes the nursery one of five companies in Germany that are now certified. MEHR ERFAHREN
The Celtic tree horoscope comes to the Lorenz von Ehren nursery
Our destiny is not written in the stars, but in the trees. At least, that is what the ancient Celts are thought to have believed. The Lorenz von Ehren nursery is recreating the Celtic tree wheel on its grounds in celebration of its 150th anniversary. If you want to know what kind of tree you are, you can visit the nursery from 10:00 to 18:00 on 5 September 2015.
“It is enough for us that our friends and partners join us in celebrating our 150th anniversary, and that is why, instead of material gifts, we have requested that people give their support to the charitable foundation “Ein Platz für Kinder” (“a place for children”), particularly the Mattisburg children’s shelter in Hamburg,” says Bernhard von Ehren, managing partner of the Lorenz von Ehren nursery.
Just in time for the GaLaBau exhibition in Nuremberg (17 to 20 September) and only a few months before its 150th anniversary, the Lorenz von Ehren nursery presents its fully revised catalogue, featuring a wealth of new information, plant species and varieties. READ MORE