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  • Montpellier: too good to be true

    Montpellier already stood out during the selection stage in the showroom and has completed its way to the final in a brilliant way. Montpellier is a welcome addition for growers focusing on the exclusive high-end segment! »

  • Showtime: surprisingly productive

    The use of our leisure time is slowly shifting from outdoor to indoor: we go to see a movie or visit the theatre more often, in short: showtime! Anthura is proud to present the Showtime® variety, inspired by the world of glitter and glamour »

  • Enjoyment and inspiration at the Royal FloraHolland Trade Fair

    In the first week of november we present graceful and powerful novelties on the Royal FloraHolland Tradefair in Aalsmeer. From 8 to 10 november we welcome you in our booth 19.12 in hall 2 »

  • Rustica, a plant with a rustic character

    Rustica® stands for using rough masonry in building façades and gateposts. It implies a lot of relief, namely deep, wide grooves in the façade, and it also gives the façade a sturdier character. The aim of using rustic features is to enhance contrast and give a more natural, unrefined look. »

  • Foundation GenNovation: Collaboration in the field of R&D and breeding

    The breeding companies Florensis, Gebr. Vletter & Den Haan and Anthura entered into a strategic collaboration under the name of GenNovation on the initiative of Leon Mur, Managing Director of Centre of Expertise for Plant compounds »

  • Meet Marea, a vintage newcomer

    Carpe diem with Marea®. Dutch grower Bouman Anthuriums introduces the new anthurium cut flower Marea, a unique tulip-shaped flower with a spectacular colour combination. »

  • Anthurium in flower arrangements of Gregor Lersch

    Flower designer Gregor Lersch gave a five-day seminar to a big group of professional flower artists from June 1st - June 5. Anthurium cut flower Terrasol played the leading part during those days. »

  • First edition Anthura Unlimited

    We present the first digital edition of Anthura Unlimited, an informative and richly-illustrated online magazine for specialists in the horticultural sector. »

  • Close to perfection!

    The standards for the introduction of new varieties in the white colour group are very high. A new white variety should be an improvement in many technical respects compared to the existing varieties in the market, and it should also have the right ‘looks’ to be appreciated by everyone. »

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