SEASONAL PRODUCTION FROM ITALY
As you may know, every year we receive an amazing collection from Piazza dei Fiori! The collection is very broad because it’s spread over the northern (Liguria) and southern region (Campania) in Italy. The Italian consumers have a very high quality standard, so it is a must for Piazza Dei Fiori to maintain their excellent quality level. This is possible, because they grow their products in an advantageous micro-climate.
FRESH GREENS & FOLIAGE
Every week we receive several deliveries with greens and foliage. This way our stock is always fresh! Below a picture of our visit to the farm. Looks breathtaking, right?!
Italian grower Piazza Dei Fiori in Liguria.
ITALIAN CUT-FLOWERS BY PIAZZA DEI FIORI
Besides greens and foliage we import Italian flowers. We offer competitive prices from our standing orders for:
• Anemone Galil & Mistral
• Ranunculus Elegance & Pon Pon
The Anemone and Ranunculus production periode has started and will come to an end in March-April 2018. The Dianthus production period is a bit longer, this will probably end in April or May. Please keep in mind the production period always depends on the weather and the temperature! We are expecting the first Italian Sunflowers [Helianthus] in January 2018.
In addition to the standing orders we offer you:
• Ginster [Genista]
• Dianthus Barbatus Green Trick
• Dianthus Barbatus Green Wicky
• Several Spray Dianthuses
• Ranunculus Clooney
We also receive daily stock with Statice cut-flowers.
THREE FLOWER FAN FAVOURITES
Flower Fan Favourite 1: The Italian production is known for great quality and of course the Ranunculus Clooney varieties! Clooney’s have bigger flowers than the other Ranunculus species.
Ranunculus Clooney Hanoi
Flower Fan Favourite 2: The Anemone Mistral collection is dreamy and perfect for high-end floral designs.
Anemone Mistral Plus Seleste.
Flower Fan Favourite 3: The Ranunculus Pon Pon varietes have curled edges, perfect for the December festivities! This Italian beauty is also available in different colours.
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