Pot plants

Javado introduces Sunsation Multiflower Flame in England

Evanthia and the Sunsation Sunflower growers are already ready for late summer, the Indian Summer. The long evenings, in which the sunlight gets a bit reddish and the shadows are longer, are typical characteristics of the Indian Summer. This red glow is also a special characteristic of the Sunsation…

Video: Hem Genetics presents wide range of new introductions

There you are, the new introductions of Hem Genetics part 2. Sales & product managers René Knijn, Marco Laan and Rudy Westenberg, take customers and anybody else interested through some of the most promising new additions to the product range. Among others, these include plant varieties as the Basil…

Gran Teatre del Liceu

Barcelona orchestra plays for 3,000 potted plants

On the first day after the state of alarm instituted due to the pandemic ends, the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona reopens its doors, but it does so for an unusual audience. Conceptual artist Eugenio Ampudia prepared an original, unique and different concert, in which the 2,292 seats of the auditorium…

Chrysal Aqua Sub

Innovative plant gel enables growers and packers to keep plants fresher for longer

Dehydration is the main contributor of plant wastage. However, watering plants in transport and on display can be a challenge and furthermore can cause spillage. With this in mind, Chrysal introduce Aqua Sub, an innovative and effective plant gel that protects plants from dehydration and offers a…

The most popular houseplants across the UK

With many Brits working from home right now, a good way of ensuring motivations are kept high, is by transforming your temporary workspace into a calming sanctuary of some sort.  One of the ways in which you can do this is by stocking up on the houseplants. Not only do plants have the ability to help you feel…

Johan van Antwerpen, Bosplant

Potted lisianthus takes root in the market

“It’s only been a few years since potted lisianthus made its introduction to the general public. As growers, we may have been working on it for about 15 years, but it is a particularly difficult cultivation. Sometimes you had beautiful plants, sometimes it failed, there are many factors that all have to…

Desch give plants added value with colour

More than 140 colours now in free digital booklet

Match pot colours to fashion trends. Desch Epla started the trend years ago and is still very successful to this day. Now all 140 colours can be viewed in a digital booklet at www.desch.nl/en/catalogue/Epla-colour-card Twice a year, Desch's marketers are inspired by trend watcher Hilde Francq of Francq…

Expansion conveyor system at Dutch grower Kap-Tiegelaar

Kwekerij Kap-Tiegelaar has opted for a conveyor belt system for their new location in Honselersdijk, the Netherlands. The new location is exactly behind their existing nursery,…

Edible plant Physalis Puraviana in a sustainable cultivation pot

The first plastic-free Physalis Peruviana (with the Cape gooseberry) from Mulders Sierteelt from Middelbeers (Netherlands) was launched. This concept, with the sustainable Bolayo cultivation pot, was nominated for the Greennovation Award in September 2019. Now, this new innovative concept is for sale for…

Turkey: Ornamental industry severely impacted, but there are some bright spots

The effect of the coronavirus is still felt heavily in the floriculture industry in Turkey. Cut flower growers in Antalya had invited municipalities to purchase the flowers they were not able to export due to the coronavirus and use these flowers to decorate the city. However, their invitation was left…

Getting closer to the best environment for plants

Twenty years ago, Forever Plants was one of the first potted plant producers in the Netherlands to switch to integrated plant protection. The grower has experienced first-hand how having the right approach is an important key to success. And in 2020, it is also essential that the entire chain is…

Minko Soomers

Serbia sees increase in sales of seasonal potted plants

Even though Serbian horticulture producers suffered from the corona outbreak, it turns out that losses among producers vary. While the cut flower business suffered the most due to closure of green markets, specialized flower shops and producers of pot plants experienced just the opposite with the…


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