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Busy start to Cultivate'21

Cultivate'21 is on! After educational sessions on Saturday, the trade show at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio, opened its doors yesterday and from the first pictures and reactions we received it is a busy show! "It looks like Covid never happened," exhibitors say, yet due to the travel restrictions there are fewer attendees: Many European and Canadian visitors are MIA. Also what's quite unusual, outside the Convention Center is a lot of rain! 

Photo update
Besides being extremely jealous as we are unable to come ourselves, we're super happy to receive so many pictures for our photo report that we will publish later this week. If you haven't sent in your selfie at the exhibition or your selfie in front of your booth yet, please do so!  Like the usual photo reports, our team will mention the name of your company and the products/service you are presenting.

All in all, in this way, we hope to give everyone who cannot attend the show, which will last till July 13, an impression of how it has been and what's on display.

Of course, we will give you a sneak peek below. 

The Ball Ingenuity display includes the expanding collection of Jurassic Rex Begonias of four different sizes to serve customers indoors and out; the fragrant Jupiter series of Exacum powered by Ball FloraPlant breeding; and indoor flowering hydrangea from the Hydrangea Breeders Association and Aldershot. (left to right) Jesus Benitez, Lori Croghan, and Joan Mazat

Dennis Hitzigrath, Dominik Neisser of Vivero Internacional México and Bart Heyes of Westhoff.

Mazanne Pennings, Bart Sneek and Maurice Govers of HilverdaFlorist

AmericanHort Board of Directors. AmericanHort hosts Cultivate’21 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center July 10-13, 2021. Cultivate is known to attract more than 10,000 industry professionals and visitors from all 50 states and over 30 countries. 

Besides the show and conferences, AmericanHort also organized an event where new board members were recognized. On the left: Tom Hughes recognizes Immediate Past Chairwoman Susie Raker-Zimmerman. New Board Chairman Cole Mangum from Bell Nursery recognizes now Immediate Past Chairman Tom Hughes.

Photos, photos, photos!
So, do not forget to strike a pose in front of your booth or in the aisles, and take a selfie and send it to [email protected].



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