"Russians love flowers"

Sneak peek: Photo Report FlowersExpo Russia

The FlowersExpo has almost come to an end. Today is the final day of the three-day event. So far, the exhibitors are pleased with the quality and amount of visitors. At the show it is clearly visible that Russia is still a good market. Flowers are beloved items and people will not stop buying them. However, due to the low value of the rouble, the prices of the flowers are high. Therefore, less or cheaper flowers are being bought. 



According to many exhibitors, the unstable value of the rouble makes it extra challenging. Traders hardly take any risks as the values change constantly. Therefore, it is essential that the rouble will stabilize soon. The exhibitors trust the market and remain hopeful. 


Friedrich Wolfschmidt of Wolfschmidt. He sells the varieties of Benary, Kientzler, Elsner PAC and Anthura in Russia and the Former Soviet Republics. 


Guzel Fatkhutdinova, Himadri Karmakar and Tatiana Veretnova of ICE Roses. They grow more than 60 rose varieties in a 100 ha sized greenhouse in Ecuador. 


Jaap Moerman of Moerman at the Decorum stand. Moerman is one of the growers who is part of Decorum Company that have a booth at the show. He grows around 20 lily varieties in a 6.5 ha sized greenhouse in the Netherlands. The new lily that they are presenting here is the Roselily. This is a double flowered lily which does not have any staining pollen.


The Israeli Breeder Danziger was also at the show. On the left Natasha Ofeck and on the right Anat Moshes. They are presenting their cut flowers and in particular their new Explora gypsofilia. This is a purple colored gypsofilia. 


Roger de Jagher of Mardenkro and Aram Movsisyan of Greenpro. Greenpro is a distributor of Mardenkro. Aram Also grows roses in a 14 ha sized greenhouse in Russia. This farm is called Rosehill.

MZ Forma, a Polish manufacturer of pots is also exhibiting. Lilia Szczeblewska and Marenza Marciniak-Ziomek are presenting the variety of pots. 


An elevated view of the show. The aisles are crowded. 

The full photo report of FloralDaily will be published on Monday 14 September. 

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