The most exciting floriculture show of the year: Flower Trials 2022

Our favorite time of the year is almost here, as the Flower Trials 2022 is just two months away. After a year of absence and another one where the exhibition was digitized, we believe that our industry needs a breath of fresh air and socialization.

Where and when you will find us

As we were in 2019, our team will be in the Netherlands from the 14th until the 17th of June. We are fortunate to be hosted by one of the largest floriculture organizations in the world, Royal Van Zanten, inside its greenhouses, at Rijshornstraat 205, 1435 HH Rijsenhout, The Netherlands.

You can register online on the Flower Trials platform at no charge!

A sneak peek at what we are preparing to show you!

New series of Anigozanthos, Celebrations!

Most of you have known the beloved Anigozanthos, or kangaroo paw, as the Australians call it. This year we are very excited to present our new series, Celebrations, a group of unusual plants with two-tone flowers in iridescent shades of blue, purple, red, gold, and green!

The unique Aloe with fantastic flowers

Our new collaboration from the African continent brings Europe in contact with the fantastic Sunbird Aloe cultivars, which promise that the difference is in the flowers. These Aloes are specially designed to produce maximum flowering from autumn to spring, periods when the color is missing from our gardens. In addition, they are water-wise plants and serve as a sustainable high-performance choice for landscapes. You will find four variants of hybrids:

  • Miniatures: Annual flowering, ideal for small pots indoors and outdoors
  • Small: The perfect choice for a medium pot but also for flower beds
  • Medium: They decorate uniquely large pots in the garden but are also planted in the soil
  • Large: Fantastic for planting in exotic landscapes, with tree or shrub shapes

Flowering eucalyptus? ...Meet the beatiful Corymbia

As you can see, we have a weakness for Australian plants, so we decided to bring something new to the European markets. In Australia, it is called the flowering gum, as it creates clusters of delicate flowers that resemble it morphologically. It is a small tree, ideal for planting in a large pot, which can be transferred to your garden’s soil when it grows. The flowers of Corymbia produce beautiful red, orange, pink and white colors.

You will see these and many more if you visit us in June during Flower Trials in the Netherlands. We will be delighted to meet you there!!!