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NL: Orchid Inspiration Days welcomes new participant

In two months, the eighth edition of the Orchid Inspiration Days will take place. Registrations have now opened and the first visitors are registering. Although until recently the alliance consisted of ten progressive companies, one more company has joined them: Geest Potplanten.   

Participants Orchid Inspiration Days 2023
This year the initiative welcomes a new participant: Geest Potplanten from 's-Gravenzande. This progressive company, located at various locations in the municipality of Westland, grows potted plants with utmost care on 16 hectares. Besides the Phalaenopsis, which is grown organically to the maximum extent, Geest Potplanten also has various green houseplants in its assortment, such as: the Areca, various Calathea species, the Musa and the Strelitzia. During the Orchid Inspiration Days, Geest Potplanten is pleased to showcase its wide range of products and discuss developments in sustainability.  

The other participating companies are: Ansu, De Hoog Orchids, GreenBalanZ, Inca Orchids, Levoplant, OK Plant, Opti-flor, Pannekoek Orchids, Stolk Flora and The Orchid Growers. 

Edition 2023
Currently the participating companies are in the midst of preparations. Much attention is being paid to creating a qualitative, innovative and inspiring Orchid Inspiration Days presentation. Orchid Inspiration Days focuses on international trade and end customer, and offers the latest varieties, product concepts, and plenty of inspiration in the field of orchids. Interested parties can register to visit the companies through the website.

For more information:
Orchid Inspiration Days 

Source: Pull Position

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