Two Dutch nurseries, Forever Plants and PostPlants, have joined forces. Forever Plants has extended its total production area by two hectares. This was thanks to adding PostPlants' production capacity.
PostPlants has been growing anthurium pot plants for 30 years. For owner Henk Post, it was time for a new challenge. He's now found that in the green houseplants. This year, the nursery will phase out anthuriums cultivation and sales. The last of these will leave the farm in about August 2021.
Fltr: Gerrit Verschoor, Thom Persoon, Henk Post, and Remco Hill.
Forever Plants production capacity will, therefore, total about six hectares. Production will begin at PostPlants at the beginning of this year. The first plants will be delivered in June.
Fifteen new 14 and 17 pot size varieties will be added to the assortment. These include Calathea, Alocasia, Philodendron, Musa, and Monstera. The two nurseries set up a new company, with 50-50 shares.
For more information:
Forever Plants Group