January 22-25, Essen

Syngenta shows off at IPM Essen

The Syngenta Flowers display at IPM Essen 2019 is going to be extra special. Over the course of four days, from 22-25 January in Germany, they will be showcasing not just the current stars of their portfolio but also many new additions.

Taking centre stage will be a breakthrough in Impatiens walleriana breeding, Imara.

Imara was the feature plant in the ‘B&Q Bursting Busy Lizzie’ show garden at the UK’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show in July; a garden that won two awards, including Best Show Garden.

The launch of Imara marked a return of Impatiens following the 2011 outbreak of downy mildew. Imara is strong, resilient and never succumbs to the disease.

Sharing centre stage at the IPM stand will be a major presentation of the Calliope range. With five types in 34 colours, the Calliope display will be designed to bring to life the many ways in which this plant responds to all the needs of today’s consumers - being super easy to care for and flowering in intense colours all season long.

For the first time, Syngenta will also present the Vegetalis range of patio vegetables following the acquisition of Floranova this year.

Among other big attractions, they will be featuring:

  • exotic climber Mandevilla Rio;
  • Sunfinity – an ornamental Sunflower that re-flowers throughout the season;
  • the Do it right brand - Viola or Pansy series;
  • a range of Poinsettia that combines the best breeding from Syngenta Flowers
  • a display of Annuals, Biennials and Spring Perennial novelties

Next to these spot lights, Syngenta will also be holding their traditional Happy Hour.

Speak to your Syngenta Flowers Sales Rep about coming to IPM 2019 or book tickets here.

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