The final preparations for International Women's Day (March 8th) are in full swing. This holiday is widely celebrated in Russia for which many flowers are being imported. However, also Russian growers are making overtime to meet the demand. Tomorrow (February 26 at 11am MSC) in a webinar, FlowersExpo Moscow will visit one of Russia's most famous flower growers; Galantus Company and will talk wit the General Director Oleg Gennadievich Mitrofanov.
Oleg Gennadievich Mitrofanov.
At Galantus, they grow a wide assortment of flowers, namely tulips, chrysanthemums, roses, and lilies in different colors. The enterprise was a pioneer of tulip needle bunting in Russia.
On top of that, this flower grower breeds, develops, and selects rare varieties of alstroemeria, irises, carnations, trachelium, hyacinths, gladiolus, matricaria and many other crops. "Galantus" is one of the few companies in Russia, where they study 40 high and dwarf varieties of anthurium and deliver these flowers in bulk. Galantus flowers are a sought-after commodity by many wholesale companies and domestic garden centers. They can always be found in the company's own retail network.
During the webinar, they will discuss the latest news live from the fields. How they have managed to prepare, what happens with demand, the prospects for market sales in March 8, 2021 are questions that will be answered.
Also the audience will be able to ask questions about the production and the characteristics of the market on the eve of the most floral feast of Russia.
The webinar is hosted by Marina Karnyushina, a business consultant, organizer and presenter of business events at "FlowersExpo".
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