Nursery

Ornamental Trees

Long cycles

Gutter systems are a growing trend in ornamental tree cultivation. Saplings are planted in a substrate mix in March or April and transplanted into the ground in September or October.

Grading your trees

Growers will grade the young trees on the development of their crown and roots. But in general, the wider the trunk, the more the tree is worth. Once they reach the right size they can be sold or transplanted again, this time into 20- to 60-liter containers.

The best mixes

To thrive, the young trees require an airy mix, rich in calcium carbonate. The best mixes will buffer enough moisture in dry weather, disperse irrigation water evenly, and prevent waterlogging in case of heavy rain.

Jiffy’s tailored products

Jiffy mixes are made from high-quality raw materials, tailored to your crops’ exact needs. They contain mainly turf sod plus other peat varieties to ensure they remain stable. Some have added coconut fiber and/or bark chips for added aeration.

Jiffy’s best fitting solutions for growing ornamental trees

Fast germination

Jiffy Pellets are an open-wall, net container and medium all in one. It is easy to work with, economical to ship. They are available as bulk pellets for loading yourself, but also pre-loaded into global tray standards or on a poly-roll. Available in Peat, Coco and mix substrates.

Versatile solutions

Jiffy Preforma is the tailor-made plug solution of high-quality substrates. It is bound together and well-suited to both hard-to-root cutting material or demanding mechanized handling. The binder ensures easy automation and no transplant shock.

Fitting your demands

Jiffy's range of substrates include peat-reduced, peat-free and organic certified solutions. We have a long history in delivering the highest-quality substrate mixes with the most uniform characteristics, tailored and tested to meet each crop's specifications.