During this years show week we visited some growers and greenhouses with some of our customers. Our Holex “Grower Tour”. It’s great to see how the flowers that we sell are produced by our growers. The Grower Tour was also a great opportunity to personally ask questions to the growers about the product or the production process. Watch the video below to get an impression of this years tour.
All flowers mentioned in this post are available in our webshop, or via your wholesale florist Holland Direct webshop.
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