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For a fresh approach, it has to be Flanders

As a top five European floriculture exporter, Belgium is a great choice. VLAM, Flanders’ Agricultural Marketing Board, shows why it is flourishing

Belgian horticulture, with Flanders as its main production region (approximately 90%), is known for its variety, tradition, professional skill, customised solutions and quality. The showpieces of Belgian horticulture remain the azalea, tree nursery products and chrysanthemums in pots. For more than 10 years, the tree nursery has been the most important subsector with an international allure. However, the strong market position of Flanders’ indoor plants is also enviable.

Get to know the Belgian Four Oaks participants

BOWECO

Boweco, a select group of several Belgian nurseries from the Wetteren area, is happy to assist in everything from young plants for nurseries to complete landscaping projects.

Deforche Export

Deforche Export mainly focuses on the European market in indoor and outdoor flora. Its selection of horticultural products can be divided into two categories: green and flowering indoor plants and garden and seasonal plants.

Denis-Plants

Denis-Plants propagates young indoor plants (especially Calathea), perennials, Cordyline australis, and Hellebores, multiplied through tissue culture.

FlorAmor

FlorAmor is the European leader in the production and marketing of azaleas. With its two strong brands, Flandresse and Hortinno, FlorAmor is a one-stop shop for indoor azaleas and related crops.

Michaël Rahoens

Tree nursery Michaël Rahoens specialises in growing ornamental trees and multi-stems in open fields as well as in containers.

Van Hulle B&C

Van Hulle B&C nurseries is a producer of bare rooted forest and hedging plants as well as young plants for cultivating. The nursery extends to 100 hectares.

If you missed us at Four Oaks visit our website here: www.flandersplants.com


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