IPM Essen 2016

Alessandro Lanteri of Distretto Agricolo Florovivaistico del Ponete with the translator Andrea Campoli. They represent the Italian ornamental sector.
Alessandro Lanteri of Distretto Agricolo Florovivaistico del Ponete with the translator Andrea Campoli. They represent the Italian ornamental sector.
Winfried Peters, Lukas Klimesch and Tom Biondo of Royal Flowers. This Ecuadorian flower farm will soon start to export directly to the European market.
Winfried Peters, Lukas Klimesch and Tom Biondo of Royal Flowers. This Ecuadorian flower farm will soon start to export directly to the European market.
Crowded aisles.
Crowded aisles.
The team of Vitroflora. They grow young plants in Poland.
The team of Vitroflora. They grow young plants in Poland.
Kjeld van der Rijst and Bas Ermerins of MMFlowers.
Kjeld van der Rijst and Bas Ermerins of MMFlowers.
Erwin Giezen and Evelien Spaans of Moerheim New Plant. They are standing next to the new colors of their Senetti series. They introduced five new fluor colors.
Erwin Giezen and Evelien Spaans of Moerheim New Plant. They are standing next to the new colors of their Senetti series. They introduced five new fluor colors.
Nina Keune of Landgard and Melanie Schwartz of Bloomways. Their theme in the booth was four seasons. Four parts were decorated with spring, summer, winter or fall flowers. They also presented the so-called Blumenagenda, which can be posted in shops. According to Schwartz the end user does not think enough about flowers, only during special occasions. This Blumenagenda will give them ideas about when certain flowers are available.
Nina Keune of Landgard and Melanie Schwartz of Bloomways. Their theme in the booth was four seasons. Four parts were decorated with spring, summer, winter or fall flowers. They also presented the so-called Blumenagenda, which can be posted in shops. According to Schwartz the end user does not think enough about flowers, only during special occasions. This Blumenagenda will give them ideas about when certain flowers are available.
Dennis van Dijk and WIlco Verkuil of Dümmen Orange. In front of them, the orange rose that was baptized by soccer player Clarence Seedorf.
Dennis van Dijk and WIlco Verkuil of Dümmen Orange. In front of them, the orange rose that was baptized by soccer player Clarence Seedorf.
Angela Contreras and Claudia Nevado of Naranjo roses, an Ecuadorian farm. This year is the first year they are exhibiting at the IPM Essen. The reason for to take a booth at the IPM Essen is the fact that they want to increase their volumes to the EU market.
Angela Contreras and Claudia Nevado of Naranjo roses, an Ecuadorian farm. This year is the first year they are exhibiting at the IPM Essen. The reason for to take a booth at the IPM Essen is the fact that they want to increase their volumes to the EU market.
Jürgen von den Driesch and Mr. Brandkamp of Brandkamp they are showcasing their new large flowered fuchsia varieties in the Jollies series.
Jürgen von den Driesch and Mr. Brandkamp of Brandkamp they are showcasing their new large flowered fuchsia varieties in the Jollies series.
Jürgen Gerdvordermark and Thomas Becker of Kötterheinrich hortensienkulturen.
Jürgen Gerdvordermark and Thomas Becker of Kötterheinrich hortensienkulturen.
Dr. Yin-Tung Wang of Dept of Hort. Sciences, Texas A&M University (professor, retired). He supports Shulong FLowers Industry to increase their volumes of orchid young plants to Europe, but also to Brazil. According to him, the population that is using orchids is growing fast in Brazil.
Dr. Yin-Tung Wang of Dept of Hort. Sciences, Texas A&M University (professor, retired). He supports Shulong FLowers Industry to increase their volumes of orchid young plants to Europe, but also to Brazil. According to him, the population that is using orchids is growing fast in Brazil.
Eric Hsu and Trista Lin of Chi Yueh Enterprise. They grow Phalaenopsis flasks, young plants and mature plants in a 33.000 m2 Nursery in Taiwan. They recently started to breed their own varieties. They mainly export to Europe, Japan and the USA.
Eric Hsu and Trista Lin of Chi Yueh Enterprise. They grow Phalaenopsis flasks, young plants and mature plants in a 33.000 m2 Nursery in Taiwan. They recently started to breed their own varieties. They mainly export to Europe, Japan and the USA.
Taida Horticultural. They grow orchids in Taiwan.
Taida Horticultural. They grow orchids in Taiwan.
Taiwanese orchid and lisianthus grower Lance Chuang and Olivia Lee of Hermes Orchids.
Taiwanese orchid and lisianthus grower Lance Chuang and Olivia Lee of Hermes Orchids.
Kees Waque of Desch Plantpak.
Kees Waque of Desch Plantpak.
Together with Benefits of Nature, Chrysal, Floramedia, Flowewatch, Grinzz,Imagro and VDE Plant, Desch Plantpak made a display for the retail and consumers at home. Three plants can be put on this display. The biodegradable products of Desch Plantpak are standing on a irrigation mat. In this way, the consumers do not have to water their plants that often.
Together with Benefits of Nature, Chrysal, Floramedia, Flowewatch, Grinzz,Imagro and VDE Plant, Desch Plantpak made a display for the retail and consumers at home. Three plants can be put on this display. The biodegradable products of Desch Plantpak are standing on a irrigation mat. In this way, the consumers do not have to water their plants that often.
Jan Willem Visser of van der windt with Karsten Buth and Verena Warnecke of Wentus Kunstoff.
Jan Willem Visser of van der windt with Karsten Buth and Verena Warnecke of Wentus Kunstoff.
Tewodros Zwedle of Ethiopian horticulture Producer Exporters Association and Husam Al Dakak of IPD, he supports developing countries with the export to Europe. It is the first time they are attending the IPM Essen. According to them, next year, there will probably be a Ethiopian pavilion at the show.
Tewodros Zwedle of Ethiopian horticulture Producer Exporters Association and Husam Al Dakak of IPD, he supports developing countries with the export to Europe. It is the first time they are attending the IPM Essen. According to them, next year, there will probably be a Ethiopian pavilion at the show.
Sonja Fleschmann and Fotini Sarakatsionou of Becker. They are presenting a handy pot cover which easily makes the pot more attractive and retail ready. Also on the picture, the Uni Stick. This label stick will keep up right, because it is attached to the pot.
Sonja Fleschmann and Fotini Sarakatsionou of Becker. They are presenting a handy pot cover which easily makes the pot more attractive and retail ready. Also on the picture, the Uni Stick. This label stick will keep up right, because it is attached to the pot.
Joke Dragt and Michiel van Bennekom of Iribov SBW.
Joke Dragt and Michiel van Bennekom of Iribov SBW.
Julia Katrenko, Denis Kolpakov and Olga Gad of 7FLowers. This Russian company imports flowers from all over the world. Accordig to Kolpakov, the flower market is still affected by the financial situation. The flowers are expensive, due to the low value of the Ruble. Therefore the request from the Russians is also low.
Julia Katrenko, Denis Kolpakov and Olga Gad of 7FLowers. This Russian company imports flowers from all over the world. Accordig to Kolpakov, the flower market is still affected by the financial situation. The flowers are expensive, due to the low value of the Ruble. Therefore the request from the Russians is also low.
The team of Del Golfio. They grow differnt types of Flowers in Italy.
The team of Del Golfio. They grow differnt types of Flowers in Italy.
Charlene Liu and Tony Cui of Siere Handel. They produce tissue culture in China and mainly sell it to the Netherlands.
Charlene Liu and Tony Cui of Siere Handel. They produce tissue culture in China and mainly sell it to the Netherlands.
Dümmen Orange
Dümmen Orange
Beekenkamp.
Beekenkamp.
Rainer Kibbel of Original Löwe was also visiting the show.
Rainer Kibbel of Original Löwe was also visiting the show.
John Hammond of North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and Samantha Young of Liriope Factory.
John Hammond of North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and Samantha Young of Liriope Factory.
"Eli Green of Danziger - "Dan" Flower farm."
"Eli Green of Danziger - "Dan" Flower farm."
Sven Landschoof and Christian Mädler of Plug Plant Software.
Sven Landschoof and Christian Mädler of Plug Plant Software.
The large booth of Volmary.
The large booth of Volmary.
Akira Yokkofuij, Keiichi Hoshikawa and Keiko Akimoto of Snow Brand Seed, Japanese breeders of cyclamen and pot carnations.
Akira Yokkofuij, Keiichi Hoshikawa and Keiko Akimoto of Snow Brand Seed, Japanese breeders of cyclamen and pot carnations.
Walter Schmeusser of Gartennau Schmeusser. This German grower, cultivates spring flowers (young plants, raw and finished plants), flowerbed and balcony plants as young plants and raw and finished plants and from August until the end of March young perennials.
Walter Schmeusser of Gartennau Schmeusser. This German grower, cultivates spring flowers (young plants, raw and finished plants), flowerbed and balcony plants as young plants and raw and finished plants and from August until the end of March young perennials.
Dominik Aushorn and Andreas Pellens of Pellens Hortensien. They produce half finished and finished hortensien. On the picture, they are holding the trio hortensien. According to Pellens variety is already very popular, but is still increasing in popularity. More on this later in FloralDaily.
Dominik Aushorn and Andreas Pellens of Pellens Hortensien. They produce half finished and finished hortensien. On the picture, they are holding the trio hortensien. According to Pellens variety is already very popular, but is still increasing in popularity. More on this later in FloralDaily.
Clemens Brokemper and Marcus Bleichert of Gartenbau Brokemper.
Clemens Brokemper and Marcus Bleichert of Gartenbau Brokemper.
Matthias Rhode of Rieger. He breeds begonias in Germany. He is standing next to one of his new varieties, the white one, which is called Matilda. According to Rohde, this variety is good for outside and combines good with the orange begonia. It grows like the orange drops of Rieger
Matthias Rhode of Rieger. He breeds begonias in Germany. He is standing next to one of his new varieties, the white one, which is called Matilda. According to Rohde, this variety is good for outside and combines good with the orange begonia. It grows like the orange drops of Rieger
Pascal Lambé from Phytesia. He grows young and finished garden orchids in France.
Pascal Lambé from Phytesia. He grows young and finished garden orchids in France.
Asaf Nir from Nir Nursery holding a new variety which is not named yet.
Asaf Nir from Nir Nursery holding a new variety which is not named yet.
The unnamed variety if Nir. Asaf braid the stem by himself.
The unnamed variety if Nir. Asaf braid the stem by himself.
The booth of Hishtil.
The booth of Hishtil.
Nathalie Piton and Mark Hodson of Turcieflor. In 2015, the received the National Collection for Alstroemerias.
Nathalie Piton and Mark Hodson of Turcieflor. In 2015, the received the National Collection for Alstroemerias.
Alain Sauve of Sauve holding the Miss Daily Dore. Sauve is specialized in the breeding of pot chrysanthemums.
Alain Sauve of Sauve holding the Miss Daily Dore. Sauve is specialized in the breeding of pot chrysanthemums.
Marlies Bensdorp and Isabelle Andre of Morel Diffusion. They are standing behind the new Premium abanico cyclamen.
Marlies Bensdorp and Isabelle Andre of Morel Diffusion. They are standing behind the new Premium abanico cyclamen.
Denise van Kampen, Ron Zandstra and Sjaak Ros of PanAmerican SeedDenise van Kampen, Ron Zandstra and Sjaak Ros of PanAmerican Seed.
Denise van Kampen, Ron Zandstra and Sjaak Ros of PanAmerican SeedDenise van Kampen, Ron Zandstra and Sjaak Ros of PanAmerican Seed.
Jerome O'neill of Vista Farms. The USA is their main market, but they want to increase their volumes to Europe. The Copas gold is their newest Bougainvillea. They will start selling it this year in the US. The Bougainvillea Ruby was introduced in the US in 2014 and the Rio Opal in 2015. Both varieties are doing very well in the US, but are new for the European market.
Jerome O'neill of Vista Farms. The USA is their main market, but they want to increase their volumes to Europe. The Copas gold is their newest Bougainvillea. They will start selling it this year in the US. The Bougainvillea Ruby was introduced in the US in 2014 and the Rio Opal in 2015. Both varieties are doing very well in the US, but are new for the European market.
Proven Winners.
Proven Winners.
Huub Welles of Paletti Growers. A group of growers from the South East of the Netherlands that started to sell directly in 2015.
Huub Welles of Paletti Growers. A group of growers from the South East of the Netherlands that started to sell directly in 2015.
Ole Faarbaek Jensen of Verdissimo standing next to one of their new introductions: a long stem preserved rose in a gift box. They grow and preserve all sorts of flowers and has 18 ha under production in Ecuador, Colombia and Spain. They only supply preserved flowers.
Ole Faarbaek Jensen of Verdissimo standing next to one of their new introductions: a long stem preserved rose in a gift box. They grow and preserve all sorts of flowers and has 18 ha under production in Ecuador, Colombia and Spain. They only supply preserved flowers.
"The Lannes Family with the IPM Innovation Award 2016for their Mandevilla x sanderi DIAMANTINA 'Orange Coral' In the "Tub Plants" category."
"The Lannes Family with the IPM Innovation Award 2016for their Mandevilla x sanderi DIAMANTINA 'Orange Coral' In the "Tub Plants" category."
Erick Ciraud of D.H.M. and Jim Berry of J. Berry holding the Black solitare lagerstroemia. According to Ciraud, the black foliage is what makes the plant stand out. It also seems to be a strong plant as it holds throughout the season and is more resistant to mildew and leaf spot. In the US it is already very popular and now it will be introduced in Europe.
Erick Ciraud of D.H.M. and Jim Berry of J. Berry holding the Black solitare lagerstroemia. According to Ciraud, the black foliage is what makes the plant stand out. It also seems to be a strong plant as it holds throughout the season and is more resistant to mildew and leaf spot. In the US it is already very popular and now it will be introduced in Europe.
Ralf Ostkotte of Osko and Robert Eisoldt of Hassinger Orchideen. Ostkotte is holding one of his pots, which is produced in a so-called closed chain.
Ralf Ostkotte of Osko and Robert Eisoldt of Hassinger Orchideen. Ostkotte is holding one of his pots, which is produced in a so-called closed chain.
Benoit Bernard and Benjamin Hortolan of Chrysanthemes Bernard.
Benoit Bernard and Benjamin Hortolan of Chrysanthemes Bernard.
John Park and Moon of J'T House. Park is holding the ornamental double 6 tray.
John Park and Moon of J'T House. Park is holding the ornamental double 6 tray.
Przemyslaw ziomek, Marzena Marciniak-Ziomek and Dylon Auffray from MZForma.
Przemyslaw ziomek, Marzena Marciniak-Ziomek and Dylon Auffray from MZForma.
Poinsettias of Syngenta.
Poinsettias of Syngenta.
Christina Schmitz of Hydrangea Breeders Association. The Kanmara hydrangea is one of their special hydrangeas which is being cultivated by a few producers in the EU. According to Schmitz, it is a high end product and the flowers buds grow majestic big in the summer. The Kanmara was introduced last year and is increasing in popularity. If retailers want the Kanmera, they also have to take and pay for the belonging POS material. So not only the product, but also the marketing of the product is being sold. However, this special principle only counts for the Kanmara.
Christina Schmitz of Hydrangea Breeders Association. The Kanmara hydrangea is one of their special hydrangeas which is being cultivated by a few producers in the EU. According to Schmitz, it is a high end product and the flowers buds grow majestic big in the summer. The Kanmara was introduced last year and is increasing in popularity. If retailers want the Kanmera, they also have to take and pay for the belonging POS material. So not only the product, but also the marketing of the product is being sold. However, this special principle only counts for the Kanmara.
Julian Tung and Patricia Wu of Kyo Orchids. These Taiwanese orchid growers export finished plants, tissue culture and young plants, mainly to Europe, USA, Korea and Japan.
Julian Tung and Patricia Wu of Kyo Orchids. These Taiwanese orchid growers export finished plants, tissue culture and young plants, mainly to Europe, USA, Korea and Japan.
Fernando Cabarros and Claudia de Leon Aguirre of Guatemala Pacit.
Fernando Cabarros and Claudia de Leon Aguirre of Guatemala Pacit.
Claudia de Leon Aguirre of Guatemala Pacit and Miguel Gutierrez of Organik-Plants, a grower in Guatemala.
Claudia de Leon Aguirre of Guatemala Pacit and Miguel Gutierrez of Organik-Plants, a grower in Guatemala.
Jan Grünewald of Grünewald Breeding. He is standing next to the Red Gold Dahlia Stralias. This is a new variety in the Dahlia Stralias series. According to Grünewald, the intense color is what makes it a popular variety.
Jan Grünewald of Grünewald Breeding. He is standing next to the Red Gold Dahlia Stralias. This is a new variety in the Dahlia Stralias series. According to Grünewald, the intense color is what makes it a popular variety.
Exhibition floor.
Exhibition floor.
Jorn Hansen of Jackpot with the new celebration pots. As it is in the name, these pots are specially designed for celebrations, like Valentine's Day or Mothers Day. The pots have a easy watering system. Therefore, the end user does not have to water the plant that often.
Jorn Hansen of Jackpot with the new celebration pots. As it is in the name, these pots are specially designed for celebrations, like Valentine's Day or Mothers Day. The pots have a easy watering system. Therefore, the end user does not have to water the plant that often.
Martin Dupont Andersen of Gartneriet Fohlmann. This Danish grower cultivates around 200 succulent varieties in a 12.000 m2 sized greenhouse. According to Andersen, the demand for succulents has gone up and down, the last years. January seems to be the best month as many people want to have something green in their homes, during this cold month.
Martin Dupont Andersen of Gartneriet Fohlmann. This Danish grower cultivates around 200 succulent varieties in a 12.000 m2 sized greenhouse. According to Andersen, the demand for succulents has gone up and down, the last years. January seems to be the best month as many people want to have something green in their homes, during this cold month.
Danish paviljoen.
Danish paviljoen.
Niels Clausen of Gaarslev. He is standing in the booth of SOGO. This company is now acquired by another Danish company and will soNiels Clausen of Gaarslev. He is standing in the booth of SOGO. This company is now acquired by another Danish company and will soon be renamed. on be renamed.
Niels Clausen of Gaarslev. He is standing in the booth of SOGO. This company is now acquired by another Danish company and will soNiels Clausen of Gaarslev. He is standing in the booth of SOGO. This company is now acquired by another Danish company and will soon be renamed. on be renamed.
Niels Clausen of Gaarslev.
Niels Clausen of Gaarslev.
"Carolien van der Goes of Fides by Dümmen Orange. She is holding the Calanday. According to Goes, the Calanday gave the single flowered kalanchoes a boost in popularity. "This small kalanchoe has large flowers. We received a lot of positive reactions from the trade and we expect the demand to increase fast", she says."
"Carolien van der Goes of Fides by Dümmen Orange. She is holding the Calanday. According to Goes, the Calanday gave the single flowered kalanchoes a boost in popularity. "This small kalanchoe has large flowers. We received a lot of positive reactions from the trade and we expect the demand to increase fast", she says."
Bent Juhl Jensen and Malene Juhl Jensen from Mystery Lady. These Danish breeders are promoting their trifoiums and recently introduced cut flower asters.
Bent Juhl Jensen and Malene Juhl Jensen from Mystery Lady. These Danish breeders are promoting their trifoiums and recently introduced cut flower asters.
Christian Schwartz of Ronbaek. He grows 6, 9 and 12 cm orchids in a 2ha sized greenhouse in Denmark. According to Schwartz, the market for orchids is under pressure at the moment. This is mainly the result of the situation in Russia, which causes a surplus of plants on the European market. The 9 cm is still going well, but is becoming under pressure too.
Christian Schwartz of Ronbaek. He grows 6, 9 and 12 cm orchids in a 2ha sized greenhouse in Denmark. According to Schwartz, the market for orchids is under pressure at the moment. This is mainly the result of the situation in Russia, which causes a surplus of plants on the European market. The 9 cm is still going well, but is becoming under pressure too.
Olga Lundager of Lundager. She is holding the minianthurium Million Flowers Red, which has been introduced three months ago. They invested 2 years in testing the plant. The demand for this minianthurium is increasing fast.
Olga Lundager of Lundager. She is holding the minianthurium Million Flowers Red, which has been introduced three months ago. They invested 2 years in testing the plant. The demand for this minianthurium is increasing fast.
"Paul Riber of Lady Bird Flowers. He grows different types of greens in a 1ha sized greenhouse in Denmark. According to Riber, the market for greens is rising. "Grandmother plants are coming back, just like grandmothers food", he says. Even though, the popularity of this plant is high, the market is under pressure. The Russian market, the high energy costs in Denmark and the fact that their main export countries, like Germany, are increasing the production of plants."
"Paul Riber of Lady Bird Flowers. He grows different types of greens in a 1ha sized greenhouse in Denmark. According to Riber, the market for greens is rising. "Grandmother plants are coming back, just like grandmothers food", he says. Even though, the popularity of this plant is high, the market is under pressure. The Russian market, the high energy costs in Denmark and the fact that their main export countries, like Germany, are increasing the production of plants."
Thorsten Weiss and Julian Bartz of Volmary. They are standing next to the trios, which they introduced last year. The concept has four varieties, two barbeque varieties and two pizza varieties. Underneath the umbrella a recipe is given. According to Bartz, the demand for these trios is increasing, especially in Germany and Austria.
Thorsten Weiss and Julian Bartz of Volmary. They are standing next to the trios, which they introduced last year. The concept has four varieties, two barbeque varieties and two pizza varieties. Underneath the umbrella a recipe is given. According to Bartz, the demand for these trios is increasing, especially in Germany and Austria.
Volmary delivers the trio plugs to growers all in one, so instead of three seperate plugs, the grower only has to plant one.
Volmary delivers the trio plugs to growers all in one, so instead of three seperate plugs, the grower only has to plant one.
Rica and Jenifer of DSG.
Rica and Jenifer of DSG.
Visitors looking at the plants of Kientzler.
Visitors looking at the plants of Kientzler.
The booth of Brandkamp.
The booth of Brandkamp.
Exhibition floor.
Exhibition floor.
Ronald van Dijk and Björn Steining of Henke Kunstoffe. Steining is holding their new 10,5 cm pot,which is increasing in popularity. According to van Dijk, this pot is successfully being used for kalanchoes by Slijkerman Kalanchoe in the Netherlands.
Ronald van Dijk and Björn Steining of Henke Kunstoffe. Steining is holding their new 10,5 cm pot,which is increasing in popularity. According to van Dijk, this pot is successfully being used for kalanchoes by Slijkerman Kalanchoe in the Netherlands.
"Alexander Könnecke of Weber Verpackungen. Weber is quite new in the market. At the end of 2013, they started to think about their production process as they had to re-build their packaging machine. They decided to start producing paper and film sleeves. Besides the fact that these sleeves are more environmentally friendly than plastic sleeves, they are also decorative. "Through the film (which protects the flower), one can see the flower. And when it is at home, one can easily remove the film. Then the pot is nicely decorated with the paper", he says."
"Alexander Könnecke of Weber Verpackungen. Weber is quite new in the market. At the end of 2013, they started to think about their production process as they had to re-build their packaging machine. They decided to start producing paper and film sleeves. Besides the fact that these sleeves are more environmentally friendly than plastic sleeves, they are also decorative. "Through the film (which protects the flower), one can see the flower. And when it is at home, one can easily remove the film. Then the pot is nicely decorated with the paper", he says."
Daniela Lenk of Selecta One. She is holding the Nightsky, a petunia that has been introduced last year and also won the Euro Star Awards. According to Lenk, the popularity of this petunia is increasing fast. The Nightsky is also nominated for the Salon du Vegetal Novelties awards.
Daniela Lenk of Selecta One. She is holding the Nightsky, a petunia that has been introduced last year and also won the Euro Star Awards. According to Lenk, the popularity of this petunia is increasing fast. The Nightsky is also nominated for the Salon du Vegetal Novelties awards.
Manfred Sitorius of Geranien Endisch. He his holding one of their bicolored pelargoniums. According to Sitorius, the bicolored pelargoniums are becoming increasingly popular. Also the red and rainbow trilogy is becoming more popular.
Manfred Sitorius of Geranien Endisch. He his holding one of their bicolored pelargoniums. According to Sitorius, the bicolored pelargoniums are becoming increasingly popular. Also the red and rainbow trilogy is becoming more popular.
"Frank de Greef of Fleurizon. He is holding the phormium Black & Black and the Ophiopogon nigrescens Fleurizon is a broker that has a large assortment of special varieties and commodities. De Greef is always looking for new varieties all over the world. "Increasingly more growers want to start growing new and rare varieties. Fleurizon will help them to find the right variety and will assist them during the cultivation process", he says."
"Frank de Greef of Fleurizon. He is holding the phormium Black & Black and the Ophiopogon nigrescens Fleurizon is a broker that has a large assortment of special varieties and commodities. De Greef is always looking for new varieties all over the world. "Increasingly more growers want to start growing new and rare varieties. Fleurizon will help them to find the right variety and will assist them during the cultivation process", he says."
Heinz von Danwitz & Sohn.
Heinz von Danwitz & Sohn.
Hagen Knafla and Andrea Kairkosch of Quality Assurance Association Substrates for Plants.
Hagen Knafla and Andrea Kairkosch of Quality Assurance Association Substrates for Plants.
Fred Schenk of Fertil, holding the biodegradible pot.
Fred Schenk of Fertil, holding the biodegradible pot.
Laëtitia and Bruno Barthelemy of Ets Jean Berhelemy. In the middle, a pot for plants with long roots. This pot can easily be opened to take a look at the roots.
Laëtitia and Bruno Barthelemy of Ets Jean Berhelemy. In the middle, a pot for plants with long roots. This pot can easily be opened to take a look at the roots.
Bjarne Nyholm Larsen of Sunny, a osteospermum breeder.
Bjarne Nyholm Larsen of Sunny, a osteospermum breeder.
Louise Jepsen of Knud and Jepsen, next to the new large flowered kalanchoes; Maxime and Ellen.
Louise Jepsen of Knud and Jepsen, next to the new large flowered kalanchoes; Maxime and Ellen.
Helle Graff of Graff Kristensen. At the show, they are presenting a lot of their varieties that are being trialed. According to Graff, in this way they can hear the feedback, which makes them to decide if they should go on with this variety.
Helle Graff of Graff Kristensen. At the show, they are presenting a lot of their varieties that are being trialed. According to Graff, in this way they can hear the feedback, which makes them to decide if they should go on with this variety.
Rene Terlouw of GASA Holland. He is standing next to some Dutch flowers.
Rene Terlouw of GASA Holland. He is standing next to some Dutch flowers.
The team of Rosa Danica. The grow potted roses. At the show, their scented potted rose, RosAroma was in the spotlight. Around the RosAroma, they put four other scented potted roses in the black boxes.
The team of Rosa Danica. The grow potted roses. At the show, their scented potted rose, RosAroma was in the spotlight. Around the RosAroma, they put four other scented potted roses in the black boxes.
Claus Feldborg of EasyCare. They buy their plants in Thailand and sell them in decorative ceramic designed pots. Their aim is to deliver durable and easy to care plants.
Claus Feldborg of EasyCare. They buy their plants in Thailand and sell them in decorative ceramic designed pots. Their aim is to deliver durable and easy to care plants.
Annette Steinhaven and Ken Rynearson of Poulsen Roser, standing next to their new cyclamen and potted roses varieties.
Annette Steinhaven and Ken Rynearson of Poulsen Roser, standing next to their new cyclamen and potted roses varieties.
Annette Steinhaven and Ken Rynearson of Poulsen Roser, standing next to their new clematis and potted roses varieties.
Annette Steinhaven and Ken Rynearson of Poulsen Roser, standing next to their new clematis and potted roses varieties.
Marcin GluszkoMarcin Gluszkowski and Stefan Lund of Hawaii.
Marcin GluszkoMarcin Gluszkowski and Stefan Lund of Hawaii.
Kees de Graaf and Wilfred Keijzer of Golden State Bulb Growers.
Kees de Graaf and Wilfred Keijzer of Golden State Bulb Growers.
The booth of Roses Forever.
The booth of Roses Forever.
Cassy Bright of Plant Patent Agent. They offer flat fee patents. This new customer friendly approach is very valued.
Cassy Bright of Plant Patent Agent. They offer flat fee patents. This new customer friendly approach is very valued.
Solange Denis and Bart Sambaer of Denis-Plants. They grow young plants in Belgium .
Solange Denis and Bart Sambaer of Denis-Plants. They grow young plants in Belgium .
Denis-Plants shows their new unnamed hellebore in a special way.
Denis-Plants shows their new unnamed hellebore in a special way.
Westflowers
Westflowers
Olivier Pantin of Sapho with the new INRA – EUROGENI variety.
Olivier Pantin of Sapho with the new INRA – EUROGENI variety.
Christophe Camus and Jean-Yves Coulbault of Sicamus talking with visitors.
Christophe Camus and Jean-Yves Coulbault of Sicamus talking with visitors.
Peter van Rijssen of Plantipp. They are specialized in royalty management. Managing new varieties of breeders is their core business.
Peter van Rijssen of Plantipp. They are specialized in royalty management. Managing new varieties of breeders is their core business.
Przemyslaw Procek, Robert Wu and Audun Hem Larsen of Oboya.
Przemyslaw Procek, Robert Wu and Audun Hem Larsen of Oboya.
Kaneya.
Kaneya.
Philip Grimm from Felga Etiketten talking with a visitor.
Philip Grimm from Felga Etiketten talking with a visitor.
The booth of Flora Toscana.
The booth of Flora Toscana.
Luca Quilici of Flora Toscana and Adrian Parson of Helix. The plants presented in their booth are bred by Helix and grown by the Italian growers of Flora Toscana.
Luca Quilici of Flora Toscana and Adrian Parson of Helix. The plants presented in their booth are bred by Helix and grown by the Italian growers of Flora Toscana.
Brando Desideri of Idel.
Brando Desideri of Idel.
Ines Schönberger of Wibo standing next to their new hanging baskets.
Ines Schönberger of Wibo standing next to their new hanging baskets.
Robert Sterna of Floser.
Robert Sterna of Floser.
Potveer.
Potveer.
Spanish Pavillion.
Spanish Pavillion.
Sharon Lowndes of Fairweather's Nursery standing next to their new Agapanthus introduction, the FLower of Love. According to Lowndes, this UK bred plant has a upright stem and is winter hardy (-15 Degrees Celcius.)
Sharon Lowndes of Fairweather's Nursery standing next to their new Agapanthus introduction, the FLower of Love. According to Lowndes, this UK bred plant has a upright stem and is winter hardy (-15 Degrees Celcius.)
Aivars Mirseps of David Austin Roses.
Aivars Mirseps of David Austin Roses.
The flowers of Meilland attract a lot of attention.
The flowers of Meilland attract a lot of attention.
Lindsay Reid from The Guernsey Clematis Nursery. She is standing next to their new Clematis that is added to the Boulevard collection and is called the Volunteer. According to Reid, this flower is a tribute to all volunteers.
Lindsay Reid from The Guernsey Clematis Nursery. She is standing next to their new Clematis that is added to the Boulevard collection and is called the Volunteer. According to Reid, this flower is a tribute to all volunteers.
Jeremy Watkinson from PPC Labels talking with visitors.
Jeremy Watkinson from PPC Labels talking with visitors.
Matthias Meilland of Meilland. He is holding the drift potted rose. This potted rose variety is very popular in the US and is making its entrance in France. This disease resistant variety is easy to care and needs less water and less cutting. According to Meilland, the demand in Europe will increase as the French law does not allow any use of pesticide in landscape flowers.
Matthias Meilland of Meilland. He is holding the drift potted rose. This potted rose variety is very popular in the US and is making its entrance in France. This disease resistant variety is easy to care and needs less water and less cutting. According to Meilland, the demand in Europe will increase as the French law does not allow any use of pesticide in landscape flowers.
Norbert Miehe of Rosen Tantau. He is standing next to their unnamed roses. According to him, the show is an opportunity to look at the reactions of the visitors to their new varieties.
Norbert Miehe of Rosen Tantau. He is standing next to their unnamed roses. According to him, the show is an opportunity to look at the reactions of the visitors to their new varieties.
Alessandro Ghione and his sister Deborah Ghione from NIRP International. Recently they launched some orange colored roses. According to Ghione, the market needs some good orange colored roses.
Alessandro Ghione and his sister Deborah Ghione from NIRP International. Recently they launched some orange colored roses. According to Ghione, the market needs some good orange colored roses.
Corina Fischer of Georges Delbard. She is helping her mother (behind her in a meeting with visitors) at the booth.
Corina Fischer of Georges Delbard. She is helping her mother (behind her in a meeting with visitors) at the booth.
Andre Briant of Jeunes Plants.
Andre Briant of Jeunes Plants.
Peter van de Pol of Plant Research Overberg.
Peter van de Pol of Plant Research Overberg.
Gaël L'Hour of Kernisel holding the Magical four season hydrangea. Several of Kernisels growers are growing this brand. Kernisel is a French cooperation that consists of 23 outdoor and 11 indoor plant growers.
Gaël L'Hour of Kernisel holding the Magical four season hydrangea. Several of Kernisels growers are growing this brand. Kernisel is a French cooperation that consists of 23 outdoor and 11 indoor plant growers.
The group of Les Pepinieres de France (Premium Nurseries Group). This group is launched last month and consists of eight growers that offers 9 products. Every nursery is specialized in a product. According to Cecile Duval (on the left), this group enables them to sell their products outside their country. Currently, they are aiming to enter the UK market. According to Duval, it is a big market with good opportunities for them.
The group of Les Pepinieres de France (Premium Nurseries Group). This group is launched last month and consists of eight growers that offers 9 products. Every nursery is specialized in a product. According to Cecile Duval (on the left), this group enables them to sell their products outside their country. Currently, they are aiming to enter the UK market. According to Duval, it is a big market with good opportunities for them.
Minier Pro.
Minier Pro.
"Mads Bang Olsen of Gartneriet Lundegaard. This Danish grower cultivates sagina in a 0.5 ha sized greenhouse. It is a nice market and his plants are sold all over Europe and mainly in Germany. Ludegaard grows "happy plants"
"Mads Bang Olsen of Gartneriet Lundegaard. This Danish grower cultivates sagina in a 0.5 ha sized greenhouse. It is a nice market and his plants are sold all over Europe and mainly in Germany. Ludegaard grows "happy plants"
Jasper van Dijk of HPP Exhibitions was also visiting the show. Jasper van Dijk of HPP Exhibitions was also visiting the show.
Jasper van Dijk of HPP Exhibitions was also visiting the show. Jasper van Dijk of HPP Exhibitions was also visiting the show.
Hendrik Madsen of Gartneriet PKM.
Hendrik Madsen of Gartneriet PKM.
Visitors looking at Queen kalanchoes.
Visitors looking at Queen kalanchoes.
Knud Elmer Jørgensen from HASSØ showing the environmental Knud Elmer Jørgensen from HASSØ showing the environmental friendly paper sleeves.
Knud Elmer Jørgensen from HASSØ showing the environmental Knud Elmer Jørgensen from HASSØ showing the environmental friendly paper sleeves.
Bachmann Plantec.
Bachmann Plantec.
"Sarah L. Corselis and Alan Lu of Okidland France Biotechnology holding the "magic flower pot carry bag"."
"Sarah L. Corselis and Alan Lu of Okidland France Biotechnology holding the "magic flower pot carry bag"."
Verner Vest of Elmer Print standing in front of the Combipot containers. Recently Combipot is acquired by Oboya. This addition enables Oboya to offer the growers a broader assortment of packaging products.
Verner Vest of Elmer Print standing in front of the Combipot containers. Recently Combipot is acquired by Oboya. This addition enables Oboya to offer the growers a broader assortment of packaging products.
Andre van Bentum and Ruud Knorr of Veiling Rhein-Maas.
Andre van Bentum and Ruud Knorr of Veiling Rhein-Maas.
Nordwest-Blumen.
Nordwest-Blumen.
Josef Heuger of Heuger talking with visitors.
Josef Heuger of Heuger talking with visitors.
The Hassinger family of Hassinger. Hassinger is a orchid breeder and propagator and is part of the Neon group. Their Panama Orchid (left) won the IPM Innovation award 2016 for pot plants .
The Hassinger family of Hassinger. Hassinger is a orchid breeder and propagator and is part of the Neon group. Their Panama Orchid (left) won the IPM Innovation award 2016 for pot plants .
Eva Pieler, Luise Kormann and Kevin Kurz of Westflowers.
Eva Pieler, Luise Kormann and Kevin Kurz of Westflowers.
Schneider.
Schneider.
Eva Pieler, Luise Kormann and Kevin Kurz of Westflowers.
Eva Pieler, Luise Kormann and Kevin Kurz of Westflowers.
Nomi Hen of Cohen (in front) and Rely Jaldety of Jaldety (in the back).
Nomi Hen of Cohen (in front) and Rely Jaldety of Jaldety (in the back).
Jean-Yves Coulbault and Christophe Camus of Sicamus. They are presenting the Rendez Vous. According to Coulbault, the Rendez Vous brand is becoming a well-known Brand. They breed and grow hydrangeas and export around 80% all over Europe.
Jean-Yves Coulbault and Christophe Camus of Sicamus. They are presenting the Rendez Vous. According to Coulbault, the Rendez Vous brand is becoming a well-known Brand. They breed and grow hydrangeas and export around 80% all over Europe.
"Alexandro Bock of Diem Hibiscus. They breed the hibiscus in Italy and Tahiti. The young plants are being produced in Italy. This year they added the "Red of Dreams"(on the right) this variety will be available to the growers the end of spring."
"Alexandro Bock of Diem Hibiscus. They breed the hibiscus in Italy and Tahiti. The young plants are being produced in Italy. This year they added the "Red of Dreams"(on the right) this variety will be available to the growers the end of spring."
Leo van Rijn, Nathalie Kok, Marco Naterop and Jan Lubach of Sher Ethiopa.
Leo van Rijn, Nathalie Kok, Marco Naterop and Jan Lubach of Sher Ethiopa.
PAC Elsner.
PAC Elsner.
Manfred Rieke of Rieke Blumen, Rupert Fey of Beyond Flora and Stefan Grieving of Blumen Grieving. These companies are all participating in the cooperation called PlusPlants.
Manfred Rieke of Rieke Blumen, Rupert Fey of Beyond Flora and Stefan Grieving of Blumen Grieving. These companies are all participating in the cooperation called PlusPlants.
The team of Hishtil.
The team of Hishtil.
Thomas Ebbing-Lohaus and Katrin Berger of Ebbing Lohaus, talking with a visitor; Franz Rump (on the left)
Thomas Ebbing-Lohaus and Katrin Berger of Ebbing Lohaus, talking with a visitor; Franz Rump (on the left)
Per Christensen of Tingdal.
Per Christensen of Tingdal.
Rosa Eskelund of Roses Forever talking with visitors.
Rosa Eskelund of Roses Forever talking with visitors.
Stine Garbo Schroll and Carsten Schroll of Schroll.
Stine Garbo Schroll and Carsten Schroll of Schroll.
Annie Agger of Gartneriet Tvillingegaarden (grower) and Butterfly Garden (breeder). The finished plants are delivered all over Europe and their breeds are grown all over the world.
Annie Agger of Gartneriet Tvillingegaarden (grower) and Butterfly Garden (breeder). The finished plants are delivered all over Europe and their breeds are grown all over the world.
Lotte Hedegaard and Esben Hansen of Roses Forever.
Lotte Hedegaard and Esben Hansen of Roses Forever.
Christian v. Hake of W. Kordes Söhne.
Christian v. Hake of W. Kordes Söhne.
Benny Vernstrom Thomsen of Floradania.
Benny Vernstrom Thomsen of Floradania.
Thomas Offer Madsen from Offer Madsen.
Thomas Offer Madsen from Offer Madsen.
Martin Kragh and Claus Eriksen of Dymak.
Martin Kragh and Claus Eriksen of Dymak.
The roses of Elvira rose.
The roses of Elvira rose.
Mike Florin of Euroflora.
Mike Florin of Euroflora.
Thomsen.
Thomsen.
Kientzler.
Kientzler.
Winfried Hohmann of Innova Plant, a subsidary of Kientzler. This year, Kienztler added a fourth season to their booth, the winter season.
Winfried Hohmann of Innova Plant, a subsidary of Kientzler. This year, Kienztler added a fourth season to their booth, the winter season.
Costa Rica Pavilion.
Costa Rica Pavilion.
Landgard.
Landgard.
Karu and Harald Alberti of Asian cuttings. Karu, grows the cuttings in Sri Lanka.
Karu and Harald Alberti of Asian cuttings. Karu, grows the cuttings in Sri Lanka.
Ulrich Mogk of Bellandris Gartencenter and Claus Geissler of SagaFlor.
Ulrich Mogk of Bellandris Gartencenter and Claus Geissler of SagaFlor.
Maarten Schouls, who, together with Ronald Lamers, does the sales for a group of growers in the Netherlands.
Maarten Schouls, who, together with Ronald Lamers, does the sales for a group of growers in the Netherlands.
Edo Kolmer from Agriom. The Jip Blue (on the picture left) is a new hortensia variety!
Edo Kolmer from Agriom. The Jip Blue (on the picture left) is a new hortensia variety!
Jocob Smolenaar from Moerheim Plants, togehter with his Japanese collegue Sayaka Ishikawa. The breeder managed to produce a white-white poinsettia, a real scoop within the breeding of poinsettias!
Jocob Smolenaar from Moerheim Plants, togehter with his Japanese collegue Sayaka Ishikawa. The breeder managed to produce a white-white poinsettia, a real scoop within the breeding of poinsettias!
Fred Beekhuizen from SurePlants, together with amaryllis specialist Arie van Velden from Gebr. van Velden.
Fred Beekhuizen from SurePlants, together with amaryllis specialist Arie van Velden from Gebr. van Velden.
The Kalanchoe Diamond series is new at Slijkerman Kalanchoe. On the picture Frank Dignum.
The Kalanchoe Diamond series is new at Slijkerman Kalanchoe. On the picture Frank Dignum.
From left to right: Richard Visser, Jeroen Persoon, Remco Hill and Willem van der Voort from Dutch grower of tropical plants Sjaloom Potplanten.
From left to right: Richard Visser, Jeroen Persoon, Remco Hill and Willem van der Voort from Dutch grower of tropical plants Sjaloom Potplanten.
Alexander Ern from Syngenta. Amongst others, the breeder launched the concept Everyday Wonder. Consumers will be able to scan plants and flowers with their smartphone and read about the product on their phone.
Alexander Ern from Syngenta. Amongst others, the breeder launched the concept Everyday Wonder. Consumers will be able to scan plants and flowers with their smartphone and read about the product on their phone.
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The Delta serie is one of the most uniform series of viola's in the market, says Alexander Ern.
The Delta serie is one of the most uniform series of viola's in the market, says Alexander Ern.
Stein Schouten and Martine van Went from Florist.
Stein Schouten and Martine van Went from Florist.
Volgend jaar vliegen er op de IPM vlinders van Butterfly Orchids rond, belooft Chris Biesheuvel. We gaan het meemaken! Hier samen op de foto met Hans Bof. Chris Biesheuvel together with Hans Bof. Many guys form the sales support department of FloraHolland, together with many growers, were present at the fair.
Volgend jaar vliegen er op de IPM vlinders van Butterfly Orchids rond, belooft Chris Biesheuvel. We gaan het meemaken! Hier samen op de foto met Hans Bof. Chris Biesheuvel together with Hans Bof. Many guys form the sales support department of FloraHolland, together with many growers, were present at the fair.
Jan Termeer from Orchideeënkwekerij 't Hoog Bos
Jan Termeer from Orchideeënkwekerij 't Hoog Bos
Dolf van Heijningen showing a new packaging line for gerbera's from nursery Freek van der Velden.
Dolf van Heijningen showing a new packaging line for gerbera's from nursery Freek van der Velden.
Patrick van der Zwaan and Richard de Groot from Broekhof.
Patrick van der Zwaan and Richard de Groot from Broekhof.
Laura van Marrewijk and Arjan van Velzen from Sjaak van Schie. Hy.pe is the new brandname by which they market their hydrangea varieties.
Laura van Marrewijk and Arjan van Velzen from Sjaak van Schie. Hy.pe is the new brandname by which they market their hydrangea varieties.
Larissa van Dorst from Air So Pure. According to Larissa, sales in garden centers go up enormously by using the Air so Pure brand.
Larissa van Dorst from Air So Pure. According to Larissa, sales in garden centers go up enormously by using the Air so Pure brand.
Jan van Haaster and Theo Verdonkschot from Duif International, one of the major players in the field of added value products.
Jan van Haaster and Theo Verdonkschot from Duif International, one of the major players in the field of added value products.
Nico Kortekaas from FloraHolland, together with Tom Scheffers from nursery Zeurniet. The grower was awarded a price for best introduction at the fair by the organisation of the IPM.
Nico Kortekaas from FloraHolland, together with Tom Scheffers from nursery Zeurniet. The grower was awarded a price for best introduction at the fair by the organisation of the IPM.
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Jan Huisman is responsible for the sales at Princess Roses. Next to that, he is the initiator from 'devakbloemist', a online platform for florists.
Jan Huisman is responsible for the sales at Princess Roses. Next to that, he is the initiator from 'devakbloemist', a online platform for florists.
Gerrit Jan Vreugdenhil, Arjan van der Meer and Donald Westerbeek from MPS.
Gerrit Jan Vreugdenhil, Arjan van der Meer and Donald Westerbeek from MPS.
Peter Gaarthuis and Arnold Groeneveld from PDI.
Peter Gaarthuis and Arnold Groeneveld from PDI.
Robert Kuijf, product manager orhcids at Anthura.
Robert Kuijf, product manager orhcids at Anthura.
Lisanne Koppe at the booth of begonia breeder Koppe. The Valentino Pink and Cupido Pink are recently introduced novelties.
Lisanne Koppe at the booth of begonia breeder Koppe. The Valentino Pink and Cupido Pink are recently introduced novelties.
Otti Blok from Deliflor tells about the nieuwe chrysantemum variety Rosanno Charlotte, named after the dauther of William en Kate.
Otti Blok from Deliflor tells about the nieuwe chrysantemum variety Rosanno Charlotte, named after the dauther of William en Kate.
Aldert Bijpost, Michel Mulder en Jurgen Eekhoff from the biggest exporting company in the Netherlands, the Dutch Flower Group.
Aldert Bijpost, Michel Mulder en Jurgen Eekhoff from the biggest exporting company in the Netherlands, the Dutch Flower Group.
Jaco Lenten, Peter Laurman and Eric Boerlage from Dümmen Orange.
Jaco Lenten, Peter Laurman and Eric Boerlage from Dümmen Orange.
Jan Peters and Martijn van Mil from Alfa Pro It. The comapny developes software for floricultural companies.
Jan Peters and Martijn van Mil from Alfa Pro It. The comapny developes software for floricultural companies.
Stefanie Heerdt and Karlheinz Kröll from the German comapny Vermeille, importer of roses from South America.
Stefanie Heerdt and Karlheinz Kröll from the German comapny Vermeille, importer of roses from South America.
Ed Kleijbeuker from Green Works, breeder and propagator of potted plants, summerflowers and pionies.
Ed Kleijbeuker from Green Works, breeder and propagator of potted plants, summerflowers and pionies.
Stef Veenhof from Könst Alstroemeria
Stef Veenhof from Könst Alstroemeria
Eduard Koks, John van Kouwen and Örjan Hulshof from the, since this summer, 'Royal' rose breeder De Ruiter.
Eduard Koks, John van Kouwen and Örjan Hulshof from the, since this summer, 'Royal' rose breeder De Ruiter.
Carolien Klein and Bart Kuijer from Dutch breeder of cyclamen Varinova.
Carolien Klein and Bart Kuijer from Dutch breeder of cyclamen Varinova.
Armin Lauer from Ste-be is a German company producing Young Plants. The company is partner of Schneider Youngplants.
Armin Lauer from Ste-be is a German company producing Young Plants. The company is partner of Schneider Youngplants.
The Royal FloraHolland 'house of opportunities'.
The Royal FloraHolland 'house of opportunities'.
Raymond of SV.CO en Richard of Dynaplant. Both growers shared a booth together with De Vreede Orchideeën.
Raymond of SV.CO en Richard of Dynaplant. Both growers shared a booth together with De Vreede Orchideeën.
Carl Keijzer from Aardam Tropical Seeds.
Carl Keijzer from Aardam Tropical Seeds.
Remco Peerdeman and Simone Helbing from younplant producer AllPlant.
Remco Peerdeman and Simone Helbing from younplant producer AllPlant.
Timmo Draaisma, Michel v.d. Meij and Jos v.d. Drift from Kébol.
Timmo Draaisma, Michel v.d. Meij and Jos v.d. Drift from Kébol.
The Belgians united again in the Belgium-pavilion.
The Belgians united again in the Belgium-pavilion.
Sirekit Mol from Beekenkamp Plants.
Sirekit Mol from Beekenkamp Plants.
Florensis, last year winner of the prestigious 'Tuinbouw Ondernemerspijs' (a prize for most distinguished enterpreneur in The Netherlands), was award Grower of the Year in the category Youngplants at the AIPH.
Florensis, last year winner of the prestigious 'Tuinbouw Ondernemerspijs' (a prize for most distinguished enterpreneur in The Netherlands), was award Grower of the Year in the category Youngplants at the AIPH.
Wulfert ter Beek from Armada.
Wulfert ter Beek from Armada.
Dillewijn Zwapak, presenting at the fair together with subsidiary Vaselife. From left to right: Lyana Odinokaja, Christel Reterink, Marleen van Dulm and Anna Wagner.
Dillewijn Zwapak, presenting at the fair together with subsidiary Vaselife. From left to right: Lyana Odinokaja, Christel Reterink, Marleen van Dulm and Anna Wagner.
Onno Boeren and Matthijs van der Berg from Greenproducts. The company produces the smallest paper plugs on the market!
Onno Boeren and Matthijs van der Berg from Greenproducts. The company produces the smallest paper plugs on the market!
Overview of hall 6
Overview of hall 6
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Fons Elstgeest and Pauline Hernik from Elstgeest Youngplants
Fons Elstgeest and Pauline Hernik from Elstgeest Youngplants
Claus Felderborg from Easycare. Amongst others, the company grows plants in Thailand, transports them to Denemark and makes arrangements for the European market.
Claus Felderborg from Easycare. Amongst others, the company grows plants in Thailand, transports them to Denemark and makes arrangements for the European market.
Manon Janssen from Plantion.
Manon Janssen from Plantion.
Corina Nienhaus from FairTrade. Stating with roses, the quality mark finds its way to ever more products.
Corina Nienhaus from FairTrade. Stating with roses, the quality mark finds its way to ever more products.
Helle Klintebaek, Herman Giesberts and Daan Haalmeyer from Koenpack.
Helle Klintebaek, Herman Giesberts and Daan Haalmeyer from Koenpack.
The booth of Veiling Rhein-Maas
The booth of Veiling Rhein-Maas
Arthur Koekkoek and Bas Berk from Dutch breeder HilverdaKooij.
Arthur Koekkoek and Bas Berk from Dutch breeder HilverdaKooij.
Rowy Beerepoot from Potveer. The company, which produces machines for the floriculture industry, presented an new binder. The machine is more silent then its predecessors and can contain up to 6 kilo's of elastic.
Rowy Beerepoot from Potveer. The company, which produces machines for the floriculture industry, presented an new binder. The machine is more silent then its predecessors and can contain up to 6 kilo's of elastic.
Arjo van der Sluis from Ethiopian rose grower Qualirosa.
Arjo van der Sluis from Ethiopian rose grower Qualirosa.
Pierre Demesmaeker from FotoCCar.
Pierre Demesmaeker from FotoCCar.
Hans Spijker is a producer of youngplants with customers mostly situated in eastern Europe.
Hans Spijker is a producer of youngplants with customers mostly situated in eastern Europe.
Lisanne Fabriek and Michelle Rannacher from Royal van Zanten. The breeder presented a variety of novelties in the Pot & Bedding assortment.
Lisanne Fabriek and Michelle Rannacher from Royal van Zanten. The breeder presented a variety of novelties in the Pot & Bedding assortment.
Chiel Broekhuis from Schoneveld Breeding.
Chiel Broekhuis from Schoneveld Breeding.
Selecta Breeding has got a make-over and is now Selecta One. On the picture Ton de Bresser.
Selecta Breeding has got a make-over and is now Selecta One. On the picture Ton de Bresser.
Jolanda Nieuwenhuijze from Globe Plant. The fringed impatiens Rokoko got a lot of attention, says Jolanda.
Jolanda Nieuwenhuijze from Globe Plant. The fringed impatiens Rokoko got a lot of attention, says Jolanda.
Micha Groothuizen from Levoplant.
Micha Groothuizen from Levoplant.
Marcel Moeskops from GreenBalanz, a grower of ochids and a pioneer in the area of sustainable production.
Marcel Moeskops from GreenBalanz, a grower of ochids and a pioneer in the area of sustainable production.
Nico van der Berg from Addenda.
Nico van der Berg from Addenda.
In 1A novelties and market introductions were presented.
In 1A novelties and market introductions were presented.
Leo de Vries from KP Holland. The company launched a new identity in the beginning of last year, but this was the first time they could wave the new flag at the IPM.
Leo de Vries from KP Holland. The company launched a new identity in the beginning of last year, but this was the first time they could wave the new flag at the IPM.
Arno van der Maarel from Maarel Orchids.
Arno van der Maarel from Maarel Orchids.
Emiel van Tongerlo from ZaboPlant. The brand Lily Looks contains potlilies; Rose Lily contains the pollen-free, double leaved varieties.
Emiel van Tongerlo from ZaboPlant. The brand Lily Looks contains potlilies; Rose Lily contains the pollen-free, double leaved varieties.
Wout Oor from Olij Breeding. Amongst others, the breeder presented a new variety: the Fire Rose (middle-front).
Wout Oor from Olij Breeding. Amongst others, the breeder presented a new variety: the Fire Rose (middle-front).
If you are interested in rare and special plants, Waterdrinker is the place to visit.
If you are interested in rare and special plants, Waterdrinker is the place to visit.
Alex van Duijn from nursery Van Duijn. Van Duijn is one of the members to Decorum.
Alex van Duijn from nursery Van Duijn. Van Duijn is one of the members to Decorum.
Loretta van den Brand from Takii Seed. The marketing campaign with the Sunrich sunflower at the Museumplein in Amterdam was a huge succes!
Loretta van den Brand from Takii Seed. The marketing campaign with the Sunrich sunflower at the Museumplein in Amterdam was a huge succes!
Ruud Klasens and Olaf Blanchard from Schreurs. The breeders is proud owner of the Red Naomi, the most sold rose variety on the market.
Ruud Klasens and Olaf Blanchard from Schreurs. The breeders is proud owner of the Red Naomi, the most sold rose variety on the market.
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The Tree&stamRack got a lot of attention from garden centers, says Gerben van Schaik van Floor van Schaik.
The Tree&stamRack got a lot of attention from garden centers, says Gerben van Schaik van Floor van Schaik.
Erwin van der Hoeven and Rick Immerzeel from Elburg Smit. The company can produce the SmartCups at any given moment in any given number.
Erwin van der Hoeven and Rick Immerzeel from Elburg Smit. The company can produce the SmartCups at any given moment in any given number.
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John Bijl, Ellen Kraaijenbrink, Laura de Glopper and Ard Stoutjesdijk from Vitro Plus. The producer of ferns celebrates its 25th year!
John Bijl, Ellen Kraaijenbrink, Laura de Glopper and Ard Stoutjesdijk from Vitro Plus. The producer of ferns celebrates its 25th year!
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The booth of Brill Substrate.
The booth of Brill Substrate.
Brill Substrate.
Brill Substrate.

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