Anthura Opts for a More Sustainable Substrate

April 25, 2022 Anthura BV

The main component of the substrate used in the cultivation of pot Anthurium is currently peat, because of its physical, chemical and biological properties. For years, however, the use of peat as a substrate has been a subject of debate. Peat exploitation is causing natural areas to disappear, resulting in climate change. Peat as a substrate is therefore not sustainable. Anthura has started investigating possible alternatives.  

Tremendo: Heart-Shaped and Full of Passion!

March 1, 2022 Anthura BV

The flowers on this Anthurium pot plant really do resemble hearts, which makes this variety unique in the assortment. Each flower on the plant is red and heart-shaped. The shape and colour of the flowers make the plant ideal for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, birthdays and other occasions when love is the centre of attention.

New Varieties Deserve the Spotlight

December 27, 2021 Anthura BV

New varieties have been introduced to the market for decades. The latest bred varieties used to be put in the spotlight at trade fairs and open house days. If the grower then offered his new asset at the auction, the news quickly spread by word of mouth and within a short time everyone knew of the existence of this new flower or plant.

Floricultura and Van der Voort Young Plants jointly represented at Trade Fair Aalsmeer

October 8, 2021 Floricultura

Floricultura and Van der Voort Young Plants will be jointly represented at the upcoming Aalsmeer Trade Fair. This collaborative effort will further deepen the breeders’ strategic partnership, which was initiated in 2018. The companies will be sharing a booth, where they will be meeting customers and other business relations.

Anthurium Micra Gives Extra Color to the Assortment ‘Small the Next Big Thing’

July 19, 2021 Anthura BV

The newest red pot Anthurium added to the assortment is called Micra®. As its name suggests, Micra is small, but its performance is BIG! This compact plant with red heart-shaped flowers is small but strong and both cold- and heat-tolerant.