High expectations for cut flowers and tropical plants

Vivid atmosphere at Flower Expo Poland

The Flower Expo Poland, which is held for the second time in close cooperation with Green is Life, has started. The atmosphere at the exhibition floor is vivid. The exhibitors are enthusiastic and see a bright future for cut flowers and tropical plants in this country.

This three day exhibition is held for the second time and attracts many Polish florists. According to the exhibitors, the majority of the flowers that are being bought by the end consumer are bought in florist shops. Many florists find their way to the show and the flower demonstrations are full packed.

The number of this year's exhibitors decreased a bit compared to last year, but similar amount of meters have been sold, explains organizer Francine van Wijk of BureauSierteelt. There are several reasons for the decrease in exhibitors: some Colombian growers are not attending because they have their own show in Bogota in October and there are some growers who do not noticed any direct results of their participation. However, on the other hand, some new companies joined. The composition is different but not less diverse."

And diversity is clearly visible on the exhibition floor. All flower producing countries are represented. A companies from Kenya, Italy, Poland, Germany, Netherlands and Colombia. Compared to last year, there are Dutch companies exhibiting.

The exhibition is held for the second year and is therefore expected to take shape and grow in the coming years. The exhibitors of this edition are enthusiastic, are having a very good first day and already have high expectations for the next edition(s).

Our editorial team of FloralDaily is also visiting the show to make a full photo report of it. This photo report will be published on Monday September 3.

For more information:
FlowerExpo Poland
Francine van Wijk:
T: +31-(0) 6- 533 555 49
E: Francine@bureausierteelt.nl

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