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NL: New concept for terrace plants

The current trend shows us that outdoor living is getting more and more important for consumers. Nowadays the garden is an extension of the house. During the summer we like to live outside and the garden is becoming more suitable for it. The garden furniture is used more often than the couch in the living room and after a day of hard work, the garden is a place to relax. A meeting point for family and friends.

Van der Starre from Boskoop, Holland, developed a new concept that anticipates this trend: FleuraTerrazza. This concept includes several climbers on a cylinder. A new application for climbers on the terrace and balcony. The climbers have been selected from the point of view that they will bloom in spring, summer and after-summer.

The chosen sorts flower abundantly and are very strong. The FleuraTerrazza can be combined with an ornamental pot which makes it easy to create a colorful terrace. In the concept there are 3 available varieties: FleuraTerrazza Fantastico (75cm high), perfect to put on the dining table or side table. FleuraTerrazza Grandioso (100cm high) and FleuraTer-razza Magnifico (110cm high) are good to use solitarily, near the main entrance, on the balcony, terrace or patio.

The FleuraTerrazza concept will be presented at the trade fair Plantarium which takes place starting August 23 till August 26, 2017 in the Plantarium building at the International Trade Center Boskoop/Hazerswoude. Growers, traders, buyers and also consumers who visit the trade fair on Saturday August 26th are welcome in the exhibition stand of Van der Starre (#165) to see the new concept with their own eyes.

For more information:
Van der Starre
Alfensvaart 7
2771 NM Boskoop
T: +31 (0)172-210181
F: +31 (0)172-210183

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