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Rijnbeek & Son celebrates 35 years at Plantarium

Rijnbeek & Son recently celebrated their 35th consecutive Plantarium in Boskoop. They are the only nursery from Boskoop to have supported each event. Less than six nurseries have been present at every event and along with these others, Rijnbeek were awarded a certificate to mark the occasion. Both Nico Rijnbeek & Arno Rijnbeek were present at this prestigious event.

Arno commented on the event itself. “We spoke to quite a few customers at Plantarium despite having less visitors than previously, we had time to have a good conversation with them. All together we are satisfied with the show. We were able to present many new products to both existing and potential customers which they found interesting. “For example our Baptisia ‘Lemon Merinque’, Echinacea ‘Delicious Candy’ and Chelsea runner-up Salvia nem. ‘Crystal Blue’ was liked very much by visitors to our stand.”

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Publication date: 9/5/2017



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