Dümmen Orange main sponsor of Bloemkunst2017

As in previous years, the most beautiful plants and the finest cut flowers the Netherlands has to offer will once again be on display at Groeneveld Castle in Baarn, for the sophisticated Bloemkunst2017 (Flower Art) exhibition! From 16 to 24 September the castle will be transformed into a sea of flowers.

Bloemkunst2017 is an exhibition overflowing with living, breathing and flowering beauty. All the rooms of the magnificent Groeneveld Castle have been designed in different styles by world-class flower arrangers, using the most beautiful products the Dutch flower and plant sector has to offer. The event is a gift to consumers, but also a professional showcase of everything that makes this sector the absolute best in the world. Bloemkunst2017 also provides captivating moments of inspiration for growers, florists, green stylists and lovers of everything that flowers and flourishes.

Superior flowers and plants from Dümmen Orange
This year, top breeder Dümmen Orange is once again the main sponsor of Bloemkunst 2017. Its chrysanthemums, gerberas, carnations, roses, callas, anthuriums and succulents will once again set the castle ablaze. For more than a century, Dümmen Orange has been synonymous with excellent performance in the international ornamental horticulture sector. Dümmen Orange brings together top breeders from all over the world in a single, distinctive brand. The company's aim is to create the largest collection of superior plants and flowers on earth using the best in both traditional and new techniques. The secret of its success is not just its broad and deep product portfolio, but also its ongoing involvement in everything that happens to the plants and flowers afterwards.

Bloemkunst2017 will take place from 16 to 24 September and is open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets can be ordered online at kasteelgroeneveld.nl

Source: Dümmen Orange

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