Danziger exhibits for the second time at special anniversary Four Oaks Trade Show 6-7 September

Danziger has signed up to be an exhibitor at the Four Oaks Trade Show to be held in Cheshire, 6 & 7 September 2022.

RIMarkable Petunia
RIMarkable Petunia

This marks the second time for Danziger to invest in a presence at this leading UK horticultural trade show.

Representatives from Danziger will be on hand at stand (D; 22-23) to inform visitors about their products including RIMarkable Petunia, GOLF Beauty Craspedia, CAPELLA Hello Yellow Petunia and Ombre Pink Calibrachoa.

Danziger is engaged in the research, breeding, development, propagation, production, sale and marketing of varieties of cut flowers, annuals and perennials.

UK sales manager Matthew Skinner said: “The 50th anniversary show provides an excellent opportunity to welcome our customers after a hiatus of two years. Our breeding work focuses on delivering the options and performance growers need and the wow factor that retailers and home gardeners are looking for. At Danziger, we pair groundbreaking breeding technology with rigorous testing to bring superior quality genetics to all markets. These are coupled with top-notch customer service to offer you tremendous value.”


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