As the first in-person large-scale horticultural exhibition after the pandemic, the 25th China International Flower and Horticultural Exhibition attracted more than 500 exhibitors from 21 countries and regions. In Hall W3, various new flower varieties with supporting facilities and equipment were displayed extensively. Obviously, many flower exhibitors from China participated in the exhibition, including Dahan Technology, Yuanyi Seedlings, Yihua Gardening, Juyang Gardening, Fun Fun, and other enterprises.
But also companies coming from abroad took part in the show: Delushi Plant Group from Belgium brought colorful pineapple flowers; Anzu from the Netherlands exhibited Phalaenopsis and Anthurium, etc. No flower exhibitors came from Ecuador or other Latin American regions this year, and there were fewer rose breeders.
Germany’s Selecta-one (Xileda) exhibited several carnation varieties on-site, and its PinkKisses™ first kiss™ variety convinced many visitors to stop at the booth. In the picture is Mr. Zhang Tianli, General Manager of Selecta-one China.
Harini Korlipara, general manager of Terra Nova Nurseries Inc., and Chen Chen, head of China. Terra Nova has added nearly 1,200 new varieties of perennial flowers to the world in 30 years.
Ms. Xu Lili from Shanghai Songjiang Yangtze River Delta Flower Science and Technology Innovation Industrial Park. Shanghai Songjiang Yangtze River Delta Flower Science and Innovation Industrial Park is a flower trade complex integrating production and processing, trade logistics, warehousing cold chain, industrial services, exhibitions, and festivals.
Hangzhou Zhuangcheng Company focuses on exporting various small plant landscaping overseas.
Zhou Shiliang, the general manager of Yihua Horticulture. Yihua Horticulture Co., Ltd. focuses on the research of flower clone seedling breeding and potted production technology.
Jeroen, general manager of NIF, and Yan Liang, sales manager. NIF focuses on providing support materials for plant production, such as orchids, tomato production, etc.
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