HilverdaFlorist Invites You to Visit Novelty Days Next Week

November 2, 2022 HilverdaFlorist

During the Novelty Days you will discover our assortment in Alstroemeria, Dianthus, Gerbera, Gypsophila, Helleborus, Limonium and Scabiosa

Selecta One and Evanthia will Join Forces at FlowerTrials 2022

April 11, 2022 Selecta One

The preparations for FlowerTrials® 2022 (14th-17th of June) have started. After a long period of time with hardly any possibilities for novelties to be presented directly to clients, we together with Evanthia are looking forward to this event – a time for catching up with clients, whilst showing new and well-known products and concepts.
This year will be different than last time FlowerTrials® as we will team up for the FlowerTrials® 2022 at a new location: Green ’05 in the Westland region in the Netherlands.

Plant Development Services to Share These Exclusive Intros on the Pitch at CAST

Plant Development Services, Inc. (PDSI) is readying the pitch of the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club for the California Spring Trials (CAST) taking place March 30-April 2, 2022. PDSI’s new releases are distinguished by the debut of a signature brand poised to transform the boxwood market, Better Boxwood®. Also being introduced are four new ornamental varieties from Southern Living® and Sunset® Plant Collections that offer consumers spectacular color and vibrant texture to enliven the landscape.

Danziger’s New Cut Flowers Catalog For The 2022 Season: 80 Novelties – 3 Brand New Series – 340 Varieties

November 22, 2021 Danziger

Danziger is excited and proud to launch the new 2022 Cut Flowers catalog, showcasing a rich assortment of 20 different crops, more than 80 novelties, 3 brand new series and 340 varieties.

APHIS Seeks Comment on Draft Pest Risk Assessment for the Importation of Dianthus Plants for Planting from Guatemala

August 31, 2021 USDA APHIS

The Government of Guatemala has asked USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) to authorize the importation of dianthus (Dianthus spp.) plants for planting into the United States and Territories. APHIS has drafted a pest risk assessment that describes potential pests associated with the commodity.