From seeds to crops...

Our core activities lie in providing plant or seed material in relation to the specific growth conditions. As we are focused on offering "green" solutions for marginal land, seed or plant material can hardly be uncoupled from an appropriate advice.



We are offering a number of saline crops seeds :

Salicornia europaea L. (Samphire - glasswort)

Salicornia bigelovii Torr.

Aster tripolium L. (sea aster - sea spinach)

Salsola soda L.type Oka Hijiki (Salsola komarovii)
Salsola soda L. type Agretti (Italian salicornia) ,

Plantago coronopus L.(Buck'horn plantain )

Beta maritima L. (Sea beet)

Portulaca oleracea L. (Purslane)

Crithmum maritimum L. (Sea fennel - rock samphire)

Sea aster - Salicornia - Salsola

Salicornia seeds



    (Salicornia europaea , Salicornia bigelovii)

    also known as samphire, sea asparagus a very common sea vegetable in Europe. Used fresh or pickled.

    Sea Aster

    (Aster tripolium)

    particular sea vegetable most known in the Netherlands. A salty spinach that fits with fish or lamb


    (Salsola soda - Salsola komarovii)


    one of the oldest vegetables of Japan with a very crispy texture and soft saline taste

    Buck horn's plantain

    (Plantago coronopus )


    a leaf vegetable for raw salads with some bitterness and an appealing structure.
    An old medicinal plant from the plantain family.

    Sea Beet

    (Beta maritima)

    the ancestor of known beet -
    a leaf vegetable to be used raw or cooked. cultivation under saline conditions improves taste and texture


    a thorough knowledge of the edaphic parameters is necessary to install a profitable cultivation. Depending on the location, the cultivation site (outdoor, tunnel, greenhouse), the availability of fresh and/or saline water... an adapted irrigation program has to be scheduled. That's why we insist on a first year guidance on the establishment of a saline crop.

    Sea vegetables brochure

    a brochure can be downloaded on scribd



    a term referring to the native flora of saline soils. Halophytes resist concentrations up to 35 g salt/l (sea water)