Chrysal aims to Keep Hydrangea Fresh During Transport and in Shop

July 3, 2019 Chrysal

The name hydrangea comes from the Greek “hydor,” meaning water, and “angos,” meaning jar or vessel. This roughly translates to “water barrel,” referring to the hydrangea’s need for plenty of water. Because of this the hydrangea needs extra water to prevent wilting during transport and in the shop.

New Hydrangea and Ecological Strawberry Win at the Florall Awards

On 12 March, the FLORALL trade fair was held in Waregem. There is also a competition for novelties connected to the trade fair. The Hydrangea ‘Runaway Bride’ by tree nursery Willy De Nolf from Waregem won the gold medal in the ‘varieties’ category. In the ‘concepts’ category, the ‘Berroo Pure’ by Dataflor from Zonnebeke won with a completely ecological strawberry plant product.