Dummen Orange Open House, November 1-5

NL: Meeting customers and displaying new varieties

From 1 to 5 November, Dummen Orange is organizing an Open House at their location in De Kwakel, the Netherlands. During this Open House, they will have their latest flower and plant varieties on display for national and international growers and wholesalers. There will be opportunities to meet each other again – often after a long hiatus. The Open House coincides with the FloraHolland Trade Fair, where they will also be present.

Open House in De Kwakel
For almost two years, the only way they were able to display and sell their new varieties of cut flowers, bulb flowers, houseplants, bedding plants, perennials, and tropical plants to their (foreign) customers was virtually. During the Open House, these products will be on display in “live” atmosphere presentations, and customers can meet their Dümmen Orange partners while enjoying drinks and appetizers. Their rose breeder partners, Spek Rozen and Kordes Roses, will present their new rose varieties, as well. The Open House hours are from Monday 1 November through Friday 5 November from 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. (Friday until 2:00 p.m.) There is no need to make an appointment.

Dümmen Orange at the FloraHolland Trade Fair
Meeting each other will be possible again in early November, also at the FloraHolland Trade Fair. Representatives from Dümmen Orange will be present in Booth 21.10 to answer questions on products and services, or even just to have a cup of coffee together. In addition to this “Meet & Greet” booth, their chrysanthemum labels Pina Colada and Ilonka and rose labels Snowstorm+, Red Tacazzi+, Momentum+ and Class Act (Spek Rozen) will be on display. The FloraHolland Trade Fair is open from Wednesday 3 November through Friday 5 November from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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Dümmen Orange



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