Netherlands: Switch from carnations to pot roses paid off

The De Lange family started the family business Nolina in 1966, in Woubrugge as a grower of carnations. They left the carnations behind them in the 90’s and focused on growing Pot roses. And with massive success. What started as a grower on 1 acre of land, quickly grew to be a grower of proportions on 20 acres of land, of which 9 acres are greenhouses.

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