The rooibos (literally red-bush) are grown in the Cape area of South-Africa by Nieuwoudtville Rooibos (PTY) Ltd. This company takes part in
the rooibos tea project which is an initiative of the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development together with the rooibos
Since rooibos is an indigenous plant endemic to the Cape, we are assured in getting only the highest natural quality. After the rooibos plant is shredded, fermented and dried, it is transferred from the Processing Factory to small tea bags and boxes for distribution to local and international markets.
Vosbol International BV imports and distributes the rooibos tea to Europe. We also take the reins managing the goods to ensure good availability and accessibility to the consumer.
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The Glamini has opened a new application. The reduced height of the Glamini makes it well suitable for use
in pots and gardens. This is in contrast with Gladiolus, which are easily tipped over by the wind.
See this page for more information or click on the Glamini picture on the left.
The Lachenalia is well suited for use as a pot plant. It can be grown year-round. In The
Netherlands the best time for the Lachenalia proved to be winter / early spring, despite their
exotic colors and appearance.
The Lachenalia is grown as pot plant in different parts of the world, like China, United States of America and The Netherlands.
See this page for more information or click on the Lachenalia picture on the right.