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  • Anthura is nominated for the ‘International Grower of the Year’ Award 2020

    Anthura is nominated for the prestigious International Grower of the Year Award in the category ‘young plants’. On Tuesday, January 28 2020, at the IPM in Essen, Germany, the winner will be announced. Ten companies from eight different countries in four categories have reached the final. »

  • New Research Centre

    A new, larger laboratory has been built in the Research Centre to test for diseases and pests. The molecular laboratory has the potential to expand in the future. The new location is also equipped for the breeding of smaller crops such as exclusive orchids and garden orchid. »

  • The new green Anthurium cut flower makes its debut in the world of cut flowers

    A new talent from Anthura's cut Anthurium breeding programme is about to break through. This top player will be making itself heard very often this year... »

  • Winner of the Horticultural Entrepreneur Prize 2019

    On Wednesday 9 January, we received the Horticultural Entrepreneur Award. The presentation of this award took place in Keukenhof, Lisse. »

  • Livium painting on its way to Sweden

    The work of art by Livium®, which was created during the Royal FloraHolland Trade Fair, was presented to Lex Vollebregt of OZ Planten in Aalsmeer on Wednesday 19 December. »

  • Cut Anthurium Saffron: Orange is back 

    The colour orange is back. With the introduction of Anthurium Saffron®, Xanthu Anthogether is already making a good move to give the colour orange a new impulse. »

  • Livium is a real work of art!

    Stolk Brothers introduces early in November the new spectacular Anthrium pot plant Livium at the Royal FloraHolland Trade Fair. What the campaign will look like, will continue to be a surprise, but hereby we raise a small corner of the veil.... »

  • Distinctive and unique Phalaenopsis novelties at the Royal FloraHolland Trade Fair

    The distinctive phalaenopsis novelties are a real addition to the assortment with their good plant structure, beautiful colours and representation of all segments. »

  • Anthura wins the Plantum Sustainability Award 2018

    With the reintroduction of Cypripedium in the Swiss countryside, Anthura has won the Plantum Sustainability Award 2018. The initiative not only contributes to the conservation of biodiversity, but also ensures the preservation of Switzerland’s natural beauty. »

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