Dutch Lily Days: unique meeting place for breeders, growers and trade companies

21 March 2024 | Int. Greenhouse Guide |

From Tuesday to Friday, 4 to 7 June 2024, the annual Dutch Lily Days are being held. This is a unique meeting place for breeders, growers and trade companies. It’s the perfect moment to chat and brainstorm about the topic of lilies in the broadest sense of the word. The official opening of the Dutch Lily Days 2024 is planned for June 4 at Zabo Plant, a prominent exporter that is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

The annual event is being held for the 12th time in June. The thousands of visitors, both national and international, keep proving that the event meets a clear need. Many developments are going on in lily land, and the Dutch Lily Days are an excellent opportunity to obtain a good perspective on the latest insights and meet the most important parties in just a few days.

Trends and assortment
This year, 13 companies are participating in this colourful event. Topics that will undoubtedly come up for discussion include the trends in the assortment, the focus on more resistant varieties and the entrance of pollen-free lilies. And of course, the Dutch Lily Days will be a showplace for launching various innovations.

These 13 companies will throw their doors wide open during the Dutch Lily Days 2024: P. Aker, Boots Flowerbulbs, Van den Bos Flowerbulbs, Bot Flowerbulbs, De Jong Lelies Holland, Lily Company, Onings Holland Flowerbulbs, C. Steenvoorden, Gebr. Vletter & Den Haan, VWS Flowerbulbs, World Breeding, Zabo Plant and Royal Van Zanten Flowerbulbs.

More information: www.dutchlilydays.nl/en/the-dutch-lily-days/

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