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Promising newcomers at Interplant Research & Testing facilities

Many characteristics need to be judged before a new rose is qualified to become part of the Interplant Rose Family. One of the demands is of course a good vaselife. The Interplant Research Department is permanently testing varieties thoroughly in their specially developed vaselife room. Breeding new rose varieties is by definition a future-oriented business. Today new roses are being bred that will come to market in about 10 years. Below you can see a glimpse of some promising new rose varieties.









For more information:
Interplant Roses
Broekweg 5
3956 NE Leersum
Netherlands
T: +31 (0)343 – 47 32 47
F: +31 (0)343 – 47 32 44
E: mail@interplant.nl
www.interplant.nl

Publication date: 10/13/2016

 


 

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