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"Plant passport with unique code allows us to trace where products were sent"

Esperit Elements is known for their unique arrangements, such as the Marimo concept. In 2022, they even won the Glass Tulip award.This month, this company is put in the spotlight by OZ Planten in their Grower of the Month' series. 

How it all began
The idea for the company originated in 2004 when Jan van Geest and Wouter Persoon, both owners, saw an impressive terrarium in America. It was a glass terrarium with coloured gravel and several plants. One thing led to another, and now the company has grown into a large business with multiple product lines:

  • Esperit Seasonalss: seasonal arrangements
  • Esperit Specialls: year-round arrangements
  • Esperit Solutionss: plant-pot combinations

Slightly different
Esperit Elements has the spirit to bring something new to the market every year, and so far they have succeeded! Curious about what they have in store for next year? Keep an eye out for the upcoming Glass Tulip Awards. The concept developers work 11 months ahead. In the video below, you can already see the Easter assortment for 2024 and unique table concepts.

Quality and environmentally conscious
In addition to having their own style, quality and the environment are also important to Esperit Elements. "We think it's important that new staff first create good arrangements. Speed will come later. Since last year, we have made our arrangements traceable for that reason. We do this with a plant passport with a unique code. If something goes wrong, we can trace out where the products have been sent," says Wouter Persoon.

Esperit Elements is also environmentally friendly: they use paper tape, reuse 75% of the cardboard trays from suppliers, and the entire roof is covered with solar panels.

For more information:
OZ Planten
Magnolia 11 VBA Zuid
1424 LA De Kwakel, Netherlands
[email protected]

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