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Plant Kit 23

Temperate Winter Bloomers

An impressive collection of ten ornamental winter bloomer species and cultivars suited for parks, gardens, flower pots and boxes, commonly planted in temperate regions around the world. These herbaceous perennials and bulbous plants range from showy cultivars such as crocus 'Flower Record' with large cup-like violet-mauve, fragrant flowers and greater snowdrop 'Mount Everest' to the lenten rose 'Victoria' with maroon to deep reddish-purple single flowers, to commonly known species such as Siberian squill with with bell-shaped, nodding, deep blue flowers, or winter aconite with bright yellow flowers. This kit will add color, structure, unique detail to your lawn sites, planting beds, and planters.

Detail of crocus 'Jeanne d'Arc'

Laubwerk Plant Kit 23 – Temperate Winter Bloomers

The following 10 temperate winter-blooming perennials and bulbs are included in the Plant Kit 23. Each species or cultivar comes in 3 variations in one seasonal aspect (in full bloom), for a total of 30 models per Kit. Note that Kit 23 is a pre-release, with currently only one season and therefore offered at a reduced price.

Dutch Crocus 'Flower Record'

Crocus vernus ‘Flower Record’

A small, upright growing perennial with large cup-like violet-mauve, fragrant flowers with orange stamen, which bloom in early spring for about three weeks. Flowers close at night and open again in the morning. This plant is generally long-lived and appropriate for naturalizing. After the flowering period, the basal, grass-like foliage yellows as the plant goes dormant at the end of spring. Flowers are attractive to insects like bees and bumlebees because of their early bloom time.

Crocus 'Jeanne D'Arc',

Crocus vernus ‘Jeanne d’Arc’

A small, long-lived, upright growing perennial with large white, fragrant flowers consisting of six, upright, pure white petals with orange stamen and light purple veins. Flowers bloom for a period of about three weeks in early spring. They tend to close at night and open again in the morning. The grass-like foliage will yellow after the flowering period as the plant goes dormant. Flowers are attractive to insects like bees and bumlebees because of their early bloom time.

Winter Aconite

Eranthis hyemalis

A small perennial blooming in rounded clumps of cup-shaped, upward facing, bright yellow flowers on stalks beginning in late winter to early spring. Flowers are sitting on divided leafy bracts. Basal leaves are rich green, palmately divided into many leaflets and emerge along with the first flowers. This plant will provide nectar and pollen for bees and many other pollinating insects early in the year before going dormant by late spring and early summer. Flowers are followed by clustered, green, fleshy, long-beaked capsule fruits, which are surrounded by persistent sepals. The plant will naturalize over time. It has won the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit. All plant parts are highly toxic.

Giant Snowdrop 'Mount Everest'

Galanthus elwesii ‘Mount Everest’

A small, robust, fast-growing cultivar with a generally upright habit and white, mildly scented flowers blooming in early spring. Good weather conditions make the outer flower petals stand outward horizontally. The inner petals are marked with a green, u-shaped spot. The flower stalks feature a distinctive bend. Leaves are upright, broad and gray-green in color. The cultivar was cultivated by Kath Drydon in the Netherlands.

Black Hellebore 'Praecox'

Helleborus niger ‘Praecox’

A medium sized, semi-evergreen to evergreen, upright to rounded growing perennial featuring large cup-shaped white flowers with green petal bases and prominent yellow stamens in winter until the beginning of spring. Palmate, leathery, dark green leaves form a sturdy clump and provide winter interest. The plant is considered toxic in all parts. Flowers are suitable for cutting and attract pollinators like bees.

Lenten Rose 'Victoria'

Helleborus orientalis ‘Victoria’

A small to medium sized evergreen perennial with an upright to vase-shaped habit and dark green, deeply lobed, toothed, leathery foliage forming a rounded mound. This cultivar features a long flowering period from early winter to late spring, sometimes even blooming from fall. Upright stems bear single, nodding to outward-facing, maroon to deep reddish-purple and burgundy flowers with pale lime green stamens. Intensity of flower color is dependent on temperature: the colder the more intense. The cultivar was specially bred to produce lots of flower over a long period of time. It provides pollen for early bees. All plant parts are toxic.

Spring Snowflake

Leucojum vernum

A small perennial with a clump-forming habit. The nodding, bell-shaped, white flowers appear in early spring on upright stems. They attract wildlife and are pollinated by bees. Each flower petal has a green tip. Seeds ripen in summer. Foliage consists of slender, long grass-green leaves which start to appear alongside the flowers and continue to grow throughout the flowering period. This plant was first described by the renowned Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus in 1753.

Polyanthus Primrose 'Gold Lace'

Primula elatior ‘Gold Lace’

A small, semi-evergreen to evergreen, upright growing perennial forming a base rosette of ovate, mid-green, wrinkled leaves. The umbel flowers appear in mid to late spring. They are brown-red in color with golden margins and golden center, suitable for cutting. Bees and bumblebees frequent the flowers. This cultivar has won the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit.

Common Primrose 'Pink Lady'

Primula vulgaris ‘Pink Lady’

A small, clump-forming, wintergreen perennial with a basal mound of dark green, lanceolate, wavy edged leaves. Flowers of this cultivar are pink with a golden center and appear in early to mid spring. Some parts of this plant are toxic.

Siberian Squill

Scilla siberica

A small, upright growing, bulbous perennial with bell-shaped, nodding, deep blue flowers appearing in spring. The flowers sit on three to four upright stalks as single flowers or in racemes of two or three. After flowering, the plant produces seed capsules which become purple with maturity and split open to release dark brown seeds. Through the seeds, the plant spreads quickly and naturalizes to form large colonies. Foliage consists of three to four slender, tall, grass-like mid-green colored leaves per plant. Goes dormant after seeding. All plant parts are highly poisonous.

Includes 30 Models

All Laubwerk Plants in this Kit come in 3 variations in 1 seasons per species or cultivar.

Overview of the 10 species and cultivars included in Laubwerk Plant Kit 23.

Detail of oxlip 'Gold Lace' (Primula elatior 'Gold Lace')

Detail of lenten rose 'Victoria' (Helleborus orientalis 'Victoria’)

Includes Free Laubwerk Player

Acer negundo Max 2013 Nitrous ViewportThe Laubwerk Player is a plugin for Autodesk 3ds Max, Maya, Maxon Cinema 4D, or SketchUp that comes bundled with every Laubwerk Plant Kit. It loads the models and allows for easy selection and manipulation of the models, e.g.  choose between variations, ages and seasons and allows fine grained control about Level of Detail. See the Laubwerk Player page for a more detailed description.

Price and Licensing

  • 'Per Artist' license
  • Attractive pricing per Kit, e.g. single user 149€ (w/o VAT),  two users 249€, etc.
  • Additional render nodes are free of charge

Customer Support

Laubwerk Customer Support includes technical support by email and free periodic updates for bug fixes and improvements of the Laubwerk Plant models. Your purchases are delivered as direct downloads.

Free Updates

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Free Trial

For a free product trial get the Laubwerk Plant Kit Freebie.

System Requirements

  • Autodesk 3ds Max (2015-2025), Autodesk Maya (2018-2024, Win & Mac, Linux on request), MAXON Cinema 4D (R18-26, 2023, Mac & Win), Trimble SketchUp (2014-2024, Mac & Win) with V-Ray for SketchUp or Thea Render for SketchUp, and Vectorworks 2023 (or newer).
  • Additionally, Python for customers to build their own importers into applications compatible with Python for Windows 2.7, 3.3- 3.4, MacOS X 3.5-3.8, Linux 3.4-3.8.
  • A computer that is capable of running your version(s) of 3ds Max, Maya, Cinema 4D, or SketchUp.
  • 10MB of hard disk space and additional space for the Laubwerk Plants models.

Installation Instructions

Our aim is to make the installation process as easy as possible for you. If you like to get more information, we have compiled these Laubwerk Plant Kits installation instructions, including advanced topics such as considerations when working in a network.