Cinefleur magazine visiting Dutch growers

Last week, the latest edition of Cinefleur magazine was put online. This summer, Cinefleur shows you a unique look behind the curtain of the flower and plant industry. They take a look at some extraordinary growers of plants and flowers.

The summer special is now online
Cinefleur is a digital magazine concerning flowers and plants, visiting a different city in Europe every two months to showcase the latest trends, innovations, and inspirations. Inspiring stories of local florists, who show their creativity with flowers and plants in all kinds of ways, dominate. For the summer special, Cinefleur's creative team decided to look for stories closer to home, in the greenhouse at Dutch growers. Check out the latest edition of Cinefleur magazine here.

What can you expect from this edition?
This edition of Cinefleur takes you into the greenhouses of Anthurium growers to tell you more about sustainable ways of growing. There will also be a live demo in a Dianthus greenhouse with a floral designer who transforms flowers from the greenhouse into beautiful bouquets. Special products will also be highlighted in atmospheric settings. And all with a combination of video and photography.

What comes next?
The next edition of Cinefleur is planned for autumn and will be shot in the beautiful city of Prague. Local florists there will create special floral arrangements for atmospheric indoor and outdoor locations. This edition of the magazine will be available on the Cinefleur website in October. Preparations for the Rome winter edition have started, as well as planning for 2024.

Fore more information:
Johanna Snel
Oegstgeesterweg 206a, 2231BD
Rijnsburg, the Netherlands
Tel.: 071-333 34 13

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