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Rob van Vliet joins De Vreede Holland managementOn March 1, Rob van Vliet joined the management team of De Vreede Holland as commercial director. This is the second addition to the team, after Ricardo Kraak joined last October as operational director. It was necessary for the company to increase the size of its management team, in order to pave the way.....
Jiffy introduces an all natural water resistant potThe well-known paper pot producer Jiffy has developed a new flowerpot that is 100 percent natural. However there is a twist. “The problem with traditional paper pots is that they soak up water too much, which make them difficult for production", Axel Hallum of FloraCup says. "So we use a formula that slows.....
Balcony Plant for 2018: lavenderLavender is particularly suitable as a balcony bloomer because the plant can cope well with sun and wind, and is available in sizes ranging from small enough for a window box through to larger specimens which can be displayed solo in a pot. The flowers on all forms of lavender grow straight up, so that they.....
Taiwanese phalaenopsis wins top award at international showPhalaenopsis orchids from a Taiwanese-run orchid breeder in southern Taiwan have been awarded top honors at this year's international orchid show, which opened in Tainan on Friday.Char Ming Agriculture Co.'s white moth orchid hybrid, dubbed "Lee1287," managed to beat out nearly 1,400 entrants at this year's.....
Patio plant for 2018: AgapanthusAgapanthus is the Patio Plant for 2018. The ‘Patio Plant of the Year’ is an initiative from the Flower Council of Holland. Every year a media jury made up of editors of lifestyle, interiors and garden magazines, vloggers and bloggers examine 10 candidates at the Flower Council’s request to pick the.....
India: Air purifying plants popular at Noida flower show‘Detox plants’, which act as ‘vacuum cleaners’ inside the house, are a hit in the ongoing Noida Flower Show, as residents and nature enthusiasts are preferring them for pollution control as well as interior decoration.Plants such as Aloe Vera, Sansevieria, Areca Palm, Dracaena, Rubber Plant and Money Plant are.....
New Zealand: Government departments label office plants a 'safety hazard'The humble office plant might be on its way out, as government officials label them a safety hazard.Staff at various government departments - including the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Primary Industries, and Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) - have been discouraged from having.....
Torben Ryg, Rosa Danica on The1Rose
Denmark: "The most beautiful things come about by chance"A bunch of red roses for Valentine's Day. It is a traditional recipe, but still a popular gift. However, this symbol of romance can expect a new surprising competitor. The Danish grower Rosa Danica introduced The1Rose the end of 2017. A solitaire, living rose with a head size of 8-10 cm. The product is.....
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