During FlowerTrials® 2018 no fewer than 60 Pot and Bedding Plant breeders will proudly present their new innovations, creative concepts and an incredibly wide range of crop assortments. From technical information to retail inspiration, from breeding breakthroughs to the latest trends, everyone who works with and loves plants and flowers has a reason to visit the FlowerTrials®.
Who is exhibiting: Anyone who is anyone in breeding pot and bedding plants exhibits under the FlowerTrials® flag. Exhibitors come from Europe, Israel, Japan and the U.S.A.
Where: FlowerTrials® members hold open house at 32 individual locations in 3 key geographical regions: Westland & Aalsmeer in The Netherlands, Rheinland-Westfalen in Germany. Each location is home to a single exhibitor or a group of companies sharing joint facilities.
What is on show: The very latest innovations in bedding plants, container plants and indoor & outdoor pot plants together with crop information, retail concepts, and inspiration on trends. Visiting a trade show offers only a taste of what is available, whereas at the FlowerTrials® the breeders are on location with a comprehensive offering of complete product ranges.
Who should visit: FlowerTrials® welcomes all ornamental horticulture and retail professionals from around the world. For growers the event showcases the very latest novelties for the upcoming season with experts on hand to provide cultural support. For wholesalers and retailers FlowerTrials® is the key event to meet the breeders, examine the top varieties and concepts for next season and have the opportunity to influence trends. FlowerTrials® continues to dominate the Pot and Bedding plant scene and in 2017 FlowerTrials® attracted visitors from 67 countries.
When: FlowerTrials® opens its doors from 12 - 15 June 2018. All locations will be open from at least 08.00 hours to 18.00 hours (Friday to 16.00 hours).
More details: The FlowerTrials® fully responsive website www.flowertrials.com give a full overview of all participating companies, their main crops and their innovations for the 2018/19 season.