65-strong presence planned for Dutch nurseries at IPM Essen

Dutch nurserymen and wholesalers will have a 65-exhibitor presence at January's International Plant Fair (IPM) in Essen in hall 12 (stand number 12A13) under the umbrella of Bizz Holland. 

The participants in the fair which will run from 28 to 31 January 2014, are from the Boskoop, Opheusden, Venlo and Zundert regions, among others, and will be exhibiting their ranges for 2014.
 
In 2013, the Tree Nursery Trade Show Association (Stichting Vakbeurs voor de Boomkwekerij) took over the organisation of the collective participation by Dutch growers and traders from Plant Publicity Holland.

The Bizz Holland stand will also represent the Dutch trade fairs Plantarium and Expo TCO. Plantarium 2014 will be held in Boskoop from 27 to 30 August 2014 and EXPO TCO in Opheusden on 1 and 2 October 2014.

Flower Council Holland and IPM will also be following up on the Colour Your Life campaign. IPM participants can submit plants and/or concepts for the Colour Your Life Award IPM 2014. The entries will be given pride of place on the Bizz Holland stand.

The award ceremony will be held on Thursday 30 January at the Bizz Holland stand. The entry form can be downloaded from the IPM website.
 


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