Globe Plant starts propagating ornamentals starting material

There is a new player in the market of cut flowers’ starting material from seed. With 55 years of experience, vegetable and potted plants nursery Globe Plant from Vierpolders, the Netherlands, is starting the propagation of starting material in ornamentals. Globe Plant claims to be the first nursery in the Netherlands to propagate sustainably using geothermal energy.

Johan Grootscholten, one of the owners, talks about the preparations that are currently taking place to soon be able to deliver the first plant material produced by Globe Plant: "On the one hand, bringing a new product to market is a fun challenge. On the other hand, we can now dedicate all our cultivation experience to a different product."

Asked which cut flowers can be delivered Johan replies: "Currently you can order Ageratum, Ammi majus, Antirrhinum, Callistephus, Campanula, Celosia, Delphinium, Matthiola, Panicum and Ranunculus from Globe Plant. Because we maintain a constant dialogue with our customers, we can deliver the very best products. Custom-made, exactly what you want. And if you are looking for another crop, we will obviously do everything we can to propagate this with care for you as well."

The cut flowers are sorted by size during propagation, and uniformity is the result. Delivery takes place in different tray sizes, like 252, 264 or 405 holes.

For more information:
Globe Plant
Veckdijk 62 b
3237 LV Vierpolders
tel: 0181 - 40 90 90
fax: 0181 - 40 90 99
e-fax: 084 - 716 42 34

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