Vanda Su-Su introduces Stix concept

If there is one flower which is an eye-catcher, it is the Vanda. But how can you include an exclusive tropical flower like the Vanda well into a bouquet? The Vanda Su-Su Stix is a solution for florists, because most of the work has been done for them. The flower has already been put in a flower tube, a wooden stick has been added to the package.

Ready-made concept
Vanda Su-Su Stix is a complete concept, ready-made. A special holder has been developed which fits precisely into the standard Vanda Su-Su box. In here, the flowers can be packed neatly and easily and transported. Vanda Su-Su Stix are offered by default in a mix of four different colours and varieties. In total there are 24 Vanda flowers in one package. Other colours or sizes can be delivered upon order. The holder also provides places for 14 extra-large (XL) Vanda flowers. These are also available to order.

Where is the Vanda Su-Su Stix for sale?
Vanda Su-Su Stix is available for every florist by ordering them through export companies, flying Dutchmen and flower wholesalers. They can order fresh flowers at the producer of Vanda Su-Su on a daily basis so that florists are sure to have the most fresh flowers as possible. Zeurniet offers daily a range of varieties and colours of Vanda. They produce Vanda on the Vanda Su-Su trademark as plant, as spick and from now also as a single flower.

Vanda Su-Su Stix is from now available and can be ordered (vbn code: 118828).

If you need information about the availability and content of Vanda Su-Su Stix, send an e-mail to

If you want to order Vanda Su-Su Stix, (only possible with an administration account of FloraHolland), contact Zeurniet directly via or call +31 174 630014.

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