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Dutch Market Update Week 5

Make sure you are fully informed of the Dutch floral market and read our Dutch Market Update!

  • For all products that we import, there are uncertainties in terms of supply and numbers, as a result of the tightened transports due to COVID-19. Keep a close eye on our webshop to see the current offerings, and please contact your Account Manager if you have questions about specific products.
  • For the coming months, there will be no Nerine Lydia (red) available.
  • We are happy to let you know that from this week on, we have various Celosia Cristata (Cockscomb) Reprise varieties available again! Visit our webshop to shop for Celosia Reprise Orange, Celosia Reprise Rose, and Celosia Reprise Velvet!
  • Discover this week’s new Helleborus arrivals like Helleborus Glenda’s Gloss and Helleborus Pippa’s Purple!
  • Keep an eye on our webshop to see our daily updated Tulip assortment!
  • Due to high gas prices in The Netherlands, more and more Rose growers decide to put their greenhouses in hibernation. The Rose offerings are decreasing. For more information, read this Floraldaily.com article. We expect that this will affect more Dutch growers of products like Cymbidium, Gerbera, Lisianthus, Amaryllis, Syringa, Viburnum en Freesia.

If you have any questions about this Dutch market update, or about other products, pricing, or availability, contact your Holex Account Manager or visit our webshop to see the current offerings.

COVID-19 in The Netherlands

In The Netherlands, the number of new cases is high, and many people are self-isolating or self-quarantining at home. The easing of restrictions will probably cause the number of COVID-19 patients in hospitals to increase. But despite the risks and uncertainties, the government believes it is responsible to take this big step. Because prolonging the measures that so restrict our daily lives is also harmful to people’s health and to society as a whole. On Tuesday 8 March the government will decide if more restrictions can be eased.

More information about COVID-19 in The Netherlands can be found here.

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