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Photo impression: China International Home Flower and Garden Exhibition 2023

On the morning of March 24, the China International Home Flower and Garden Exhibition 2023 kicked off at the West Taihu International Expo Center in Changzhou, Jiangsu. The total area of ​​the exhibition is 30,000 square meters, bringing together more than 200 flower brands, and the exhibits involve fresh-cut flowers, potted flowers, gardening materials, and other categories.

As the first offline flower retail exhibition after the pandemic, the flow of people on site is very good.

The exhibition site also held activities on hot topics related to retail terminals, such as flower art speeches and flower shop operations.

At the booth of Haoyu Horticulture, all kinds of flowers from the "Ruyi" flower base are competing to bloom. Among them, a fine variety of roses are mainly selected from companies such as De Ruiter, Schirus, Interplant, Dümmen Orange, and Meilland, which are in line with the current and future trends of the market.

The giant flower waterfall in the shape of a bouquet composed of thousands of roses mainly used "Peach Snow Mountain," with varieties such as "Neon Clothes," "White Glory," and "Bai Xueshan."

The huge bouquet made of red roses was very eye-catching at the exhibition.

Yuntianhua Group presented various roses.

Floral display

Jinning District, located on the south bank of Dianchi Lake, is the core area of ​​flower production in Yunnan. It is only 50 kilometers away from Kunming Dounan Flower Market, the largest flower trading market in Asia. With developed and convenient transportation, it has obvious location advantages.

The good news is that with the increase in the professionalism of flower growers, they have paid more attention to the research and development, and protection of new varieties.

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