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  • Interview with Chen Mingzhang of Xiu Hai in China

    Chen Mingzhang and his wife, founders of the Chinese company Xiuhai, have been cultivating pot plants for 37 years. Chen talks about the developments of his company, his vision for the future and the challenges in today's Chinese market. »

  • Positive experiences with the Anthura Arndt wick machine

    In early 2022, the first plugs cultivated with wicks were delivered to our customers. All in all, we are very satisfied with this innovative new method and we see even more opportunities to further improve the quality of our Phalaenopsis plugs with this cultivation method. »

  • New head office opened for and by Anthura employees

    Friday 22 April, we have proudly opened our new head office together with all our employees. The grand opening took place by raising the special opening flag, fireworks and an opening speech by Iwan and Mark van der Knaapen Marco van Herk. Afterwards, all employees had the chance to explore the new building from the inside and outside and to have a chat while enjoying a snack and a drink. »

  • Meet Jos Akerboom

    Over a month ago, Jos Akerboom joined our sales team as Account Manager Central and South America. He will be responsible for the sales of Anthuriums and Phalaenopsis. »

  • Anthura opts for a more sustainable substrate

    Peat exploitation is causing natural areas to disappear, resulting in climate change. Peat as a substrate is therefore not sustainable. Anthura has started investigating possible alternatives. »

  • Anthurium cut flowers shine at Myplant & Garden

    Recently the Myplant & Garden trade show took place at the Fiera Milano in Italy, the most important business-to-business trade fair for the ornamental plant sector in Italy. More than 600 exhibitors presented and promoted the entire chain to some 18,650 visitors, with a wide range of products, workshops, innovations and unique solutions.   »

  • Tremendo: heart-shaped and full of passion!

     The huge number of medium-sized red flowers that this plant produces in a short period of time makes Tremendo® a real eye-catcher. The name Tremendo is not without reason, derived from the English word 'tremendous', which means grandiose and awesome.    »

  • Anthura’s Crop Optimization Department

    The crop optimization department focuses primarily on cultivation techniques throughout the chain. From breeding to lab-based propagation, and from growing young plants to cultivation at customers’ facilities, André and Menno advise clients about growth properties of Anthura varieties and crops. »

  • Anthura Sevilla embraces, enchants and seduces

    The Anthura Sevilla variety is named after one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, and this splendid Phalaenopsis pot plant is most certainly beautiful. The special floral design embraces, enchants and seduces; Sevilla lives up to its name. It is a real eye-catcher that has immediately claimed its rightful place in the range. »

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