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Cut Echeveria in all sorts and colours
Winco is a family business, with people who love what they do. They’re on a constant search for new products. The cut Echeveria is really popular and its popularity keeps growing. The Echeveria is used in wedding work, corsages and flower arrangements. Besides their curiousity in exploring new varieties and products, Winco’s is known for their consistent level of quality.
Winco has two separate brands, Wincx and Mecx. The Wincx products are cut Echeverias, ’created for creators’. It is designed for florists, stylists, and decorators to give them new creative opportunities. Wincx is available all seasons.
Mecx are Echeverias on a stick. Mecx is their newest product and was introduced in 2015 and is fair-trade.
For a florist, it can be hard to find a colour that matches with the demands and wishes of the customer. Especially when you need to find the right colours for a bridal bouquet. Therefore, Winco created a guide with all kinds of Echeveria sorted by name and colour.
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