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Decorum Spring Fair to make history as Europe’s first in-person horticultural trade event

NOORDWIJK, Netherlands: Full house for Decorum’s Spring Fair. The Dutch growers’ alliance Decorum says that its highly-anticipated two-day event is nearly fully booked and ready to open today 2 June in Noordwijk, the Netherlands.

Breeders, young plant suppliers, growers, wholesalers, garden retailers, and plant marketeers will return to Europe’s horticultural trade show floor for the first time since the pandemic begin as the Decorum Spring Fair will throw open its doors.

Due to the uncertainties associated with Covid-19 and to protect participants best, the Decorum event is open by appointment only. Organisers have told FCI that so far, 128 industry professionals have signed up.

Decorum’s Spring Fair will put the flowering houseplant in the limelight. The event is a fruitful collaboration between 20 forward-thinking flowering houseplant growers who believe that an exciting and creative open house event offers the best opportunity to keep their customers abreast about the newest products, trends and merchandising concepts.

The B2B event will take place at HL Hoogervorst in Noordwijk, a grower of potted bulbs, who will be eager to give his guests a peek behind the scenes at his daily operations. Another highlight of the show includes two excitingly new plant varieties grown by potted plant grower Hofland from Naaldwijk.

Event organisers will provide clear guidance on expected attendee behaviours, social distancing and hygiene to people before arrival, scheduling their appointment, and on arrival, for example, with signage and visual aids.

Entry to the event and car parking is free, but visitors must pre-register here

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