Tulip Trade Event presents a new international stage for the Dutch tulip

From 30 March to 1 April 2016, Dutch exporters of tulip bulbs will jointly open their doors to welcome visitors.

Each of the participating companies will set out at least 100 m2 of show space.
Proeftuin Zwaagdijk will demonstrate to visitors the effects of correct and incorrect tulip
cultivation.

The Tulip Trade Event said: "The disappearance of a number of flower bulb shows has made it difficult for
clients from abroad to gain a rapid insight into what has recently come on offer, and of course available in
the required volumes. And certainly now that the Flora trade fair in Bovenkarspel has also vanished. We will
fill that gap with the new Tulip Trade Event. The participating companies will only show varieties immediately
for sale in larger quantities. In 2015 we tested the most successful way to present tulips."
P. Aker, Amsonia, Borst Bloembollen, Haakman Flowerbulbs, Holland Bulb Market, Nord Lommerse, P. Nelis
and VWS Flowerbulbs will exhibit along a route through South Holland. 

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