This morning, February 22, the Fiera Milano in Milan, Italy, opened its doors to the seventh edition of Myplant & Garden. Even though the Italian growers, like many growers in Europe, are dealing with the high energy prices, the vibe on the show floor is optimistic. The show is fully booked, and the aisles are well-filled. Also, FloralDaily is present to make the traditional photo report and learn more about the Italian market.
Already busy at the show floor this morning.
Also, here, the energy crisis is a hot topic and is affecting the growers and, in turn, production. For spring, which is the most important season for the Italian grower, production is down and delayed. This is because many growers decided to produce their crops in lower temperatures or even stopped production due to the high gas prices. However, also fewer products are expected to come from the Netherlands, so hopes are high for a good demand, But the demand always depends on the weather.
In total, there are 640 brands, of which 22% are from abroad, exhibiting on a 45,000 sqm surface. Over the last few years, Myplant & Garden has become one of the most important international and professional trade fairs for the horticulture, gardening, and landscape industry in Italy. It is a 3-day event and will last till Friday, February 24.
In the coming days, we will keep you informed about the latest developments in the Italian market, and on Monday, February 27, we will publish our photo report. For now, already some pictures that were taken this morning to give an impression of the show and what’s on display.
The team of Modiform presenting several products. See our photo report on Monday to learn more about the products that they are holding.
Alexander Bock of Diem breeds and grows half-finished and finished hibiscus plants. At this show, he presents his finished hibiscus plants.
The team of Gasa Group presenting products from European growers.
Suzanne Spelbrink and Gianfranco de Leo of Schoneveld Breeding presenting 2 of their cyclamen varieties. See our photo report that we will publish on Monday, February 27, for more information about these varieties.