Germany: "We think this series will become a standard in pot chrysanthemums"

Brandkamp has long relied on the principle of bringing whole families of Multiflora to the market. This makes cultivation easier and makes the popular mixes with three colors in the pot problem-free.

The new Brannoblesse family is early flowering (week 33/34). The family comes onto the market in white, yellow, and pink, with a dark center. Other colors are not ruled out. Brannoblesse has a round shape and enough vigor to fill even large containers.

Branmagic Pink

Branmagic purple

Branmagic Red PF

Branmagic Yellow PF

Mid-early (week 38) Branmagic comes in four colors: purple, pink, red, and yellow. "The colors are strong, the flower for a multiflora is rather large, and mixes have a great color effect. The plants form a round habit and produce countless flowers. We are sure to be able to introduce a real top family," the Brandkamp team states.

Tamaulu White TO

In pot chrysanthemums, there is also a family with five colors on the market. "Tamalu is available in white, yellow, pink, purple, and apricot. The colors grow evenly, and mixes with different colors are possible without any problems. The flowers are large, the colors bright, and the flower shape perfect. Another important advantage is a response time of 6.5 weeks." After several years of working on the series, breeder Josef Tetiedt is very satisfied with the result and is certain "the series will go its way and could become a standard in pot chrysanthemums."

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