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Dehne Topfpflanzen GmbH & Co. KG

Dehne Topfpflanzen GmbH & Co. KG

Germany

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Herbert von Danwitz & Sohn

Herbert von Danwitz & Sohn

Germany

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Kwekerij de Liesvelden V.O.F.

Kwekerij de Liesvelden V.O.F.

Netherlands

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Mount Meru Flowers Ltd.

Mount Meru Flowers Ltd.

Tanzania

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Kwekerij D. de Koeijer

Kwekerij D. de Koeijer

Netherlands

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Bejafleur B.V.

Bejafleur B.V.

Netherlands

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Together2grow

Together2grow

Netherlands

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Clemens Brokemper

Clemens Brokemper

Germany

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J.M. van Berkel B.V.

J.M. van Berkel B.V.

Netherlands

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Magazine

Beautiful Ground Cover Plants for Your Garden

Beautiful Ground Cover Plants for Your Garden

29 January 2020

Floriculture

Whether it’s around a patio, at the edge of your property, or in your front yard, ground cover plants such as the plantain lilies shown above, can save a lot of work.

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Flowery Messages: A Meaningful Gift

Flowery Messages: A Meaningful Gift

29 January 2020

Floriculture

Saying it with flowers doesn’t have to mean beating around the bush. There is a rich tradition of assigning specific emotional meanings to certain flowers and using them to communicate.

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How to Protect Your Plants In Winter

How to Protect Your Plants In Winter

22 January 2020

Floriculture

As the days grow shorter and the first night of frost isn’t far away, your plants need special protection if they are outside.

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Blooming Business

Blooming Business

22 January 2020

Floriculture

Tulips were once prized collectors’ items and status symbols for the Dutch elites. Then, “tulip mania” captured the nation, turning bulbs into objects of speculation.

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