Last week United Selections held its annual open day in Ecuador; at the premises of Denmar farm. The 2-day event was received very well by clients from different farms. With proper safety precautions in place there was a safe and nice get together thought-out the days. Significant number of new standard varieties were introduced to add to the current assortment for the Latin American market. Next to standard varieties, was also the moment of unveiling new spray roses.
The new spray rose varieties, named and recognizable in the market as blossoms were received very well. Growers are looking to add high quality sprays to their assortment and with these new Blossom Sprays they found some strong ones. A few highlights were: Golden Blossoms, a strong yellow spray rose, with nice blooms and is exactly the nice one to select while we head up to Easter. Also Candy Blossoms, a bi-coloured pink-white and Sweet Blossoms a light pink version with big blooms were among the new ones.
For standards, there was the well known package on display with; these strong performing varieties were, Lighthouse, Finally, Cream Magic and also Confidential is still there. See below some nice pictures from the event with the existing varieties.
F.l.t.r.: Sweet Soul, Lighthouse, Candy House
Pink Dazzle and Goldon Blossom.
Generally, new standards varieties which were added to the commercial assortment, included; Pink Sand, "an extremely nice light pink with strong travel characteristics" and Pink Dazzle, "a new hot pink and a high producing variety" and the new names; Candy House and Sweet Soul. With these new varieties, United Selections believes it comes in with the right colours with high demand from the market.
Lastly, United Selections are grateful to all who visited and all who paid attention to their varieties and the open day. Did you miss the event? Not to worry, please be in touch with Hugo Cifuentes: firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information about the new varieties. He is happy to assist with giving you more information or arrange some sample bunches.