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  • Peace and beauty with Anthura Altea

    A new beauty named after a picturesque white village in Spain: Altea. The white flowers, with a subtle pink blush around the white lip, contrast delicately with the dark colour of the flower branches and give this plant a serene beauty. »

  • Energy balance

    The fact that plant growth is actually mostly about physics is sometimes overlooked. Growth depends to a large extent on the energy balance of the crop. »

  • Mystral, Small in size, yet powerful and versatile in performance

    The range of plants for small pot sizes is continuously growing. These varieties are becoming more and more comprehensive and meet the high product requirements of this segment. A perfect example is Mystral®, the novelty for 2020. »

  • Caribo is ice cold the best

    With the introduction of the Anthura Caribo®, Anthura is adding a bright pink variety to its assortment. Where other pink varieties might discolour, Caribo retains its colour well, even under summery conditions. »

  • AnthuraNXT goes digital

    It was so much fun! Our 'AnthuraNXT goes digital' event on Thursday 11 June was highly successful, with 84 participants. »

  • Physiological abnormalities

    Growers are increasingly demanding more from their crops: better quality, less labour, more yield. A prerequisite for this is optimum cultivation control. How do plants function and how do they react to changes in environmental factors? »

  • Ornamental value of a 15 cm pot in a 12 cm pot with Anthura Warsaw

    This new Phalaenopsis will undoubtedly claim its own place in the top segment of large-flowered white orchids. »

  • Interview with Inca Orchids, a family business with exclusive Orchids

    Andre and Hans van der Goes tell about their choice for exclusive orchids and the opportunities and challenges they face with their company Inca Orchids. »

  • Together we can make a difference

    What do Grand Slam®, Manta® More and Livium® have in common? »

  • The new standard in Phalaenopsis: CupGrade

    CupGrade is the new standard in the production of Phalaenopsis worldwide. Less labour, less transport and less waste... »

  • Refreshing with a playful character: Spirit

    Spirit®, with its eye-catching pink flowers, is both beautiful and striking. »

  • Farao: old beauty in a new jacket

    Living Coral is the Pantone style Colour of the Year. A variety in this on-trend colour has also been added to the assortment for the product group of Anthurium cut flowers. »

  • Amazone Plants is building its future

    Amazone Plants was founded in 2010 by Fred van Zijl and Lex Scheffers, two born entrepreneurs who find it important to have fun in their work. We spoke with Fred and Lex about the expansion of their company and their vision of the future. »

  • Unoform: unity in variety

    The plant material of the pot and cut Anthurium product ranges will change in 2020. This relates to both the plugs and the end products. With the introduction of this new starting material, we offer you an even better quality product. »

  • Aphids

    There are aphids in all kinds of shapes and sizes and they all cause damage to the plant. What can you do about it? »

  • Expansion in the purple colour range of Phalaenopis

    Customers who regularly visit our showroom have already noticed it: there will be a lot of innovations in the purple range of Phalaenopsis! »

  • Impressive, spectacular and powerful Oregon

    The American state of Oregon® is characterized by its enormous versatility of flora and fauna due to its different landscapes. This versatility can be found in the newest variety from the Big American series: Oregon® »

  • Bring the Italian sunshine into your home with Volterra

    Yellow is an important colour in the assortment, despite the fact that it accounts for only five to ten percent of the volume of Phalaenopsis produced. Yellow provides a contrast with other colours and helps to make them stand out. »

  • New Research Centre

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

  • FSI, project Chain Transparency

    Sustainability in the horticultural sector is becoming increasingly important. Corporate social responsibility and respect for people and the environment are perhaps the 'licenses to produce' in the future. Anthura therefore joined the Floriculture Sustainability Initiative, or FSI (www.FSI2020.com) at the beginning of 2017. »

  • Research center

    In order to make new varieties more efficient, there is a need for more targeted breeding of sustainable varieties. This is one of the reasons why the Research Centre has been built: the layout and setup have been chosen in such a way that it can be optimally implemented. »

  • Olivius, the Italian star among Anthurium cut flowers

    There are some varieties whose name evokes a colour association and it is immediately clear how the flower can be used in a bouquet. Olivius® is an example of this type of flower. »

  • Reintroduction of Cypripedium calceolus in Switzerland: one year later

    One year after the replanting of Cypripedium calceolus in the Swiss countryside, it was time to see for ourselves how the plants survived. »

  • Winner Horticultural Entrepreneur Award 2019

    Anthura won the Horticultural Entrepreneur Award 2019 in January. According to the jury, the breeding and propagation company of Anthuriums and Orchids has gained a strong international position in an impressive way. Sustainability and good employment practices are high on the agenda. »

  • Sustainability begins with transparency

    Following the theme of the unraveling of the DNA of Anthurium and Phalaenopsis, we will now discuss the theme of sustainability. »

  • A festive conclusion to Anthura's 80th anniversary year

    To conclude our anniversary year, on the evening of Friday, 7 September our doors were open to business associates, employees, family, friends, and neighbours, and we celebrated a wonderful party together! »

  • Livium: A real work of art!

    In the coming weeks the sector will have the chance to discover the Anthurium pot plant Livium. »

  • Saffron

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

  • Undergroundz

    A colourful ‘underground’ Anthurium concept! »

  • Anthura 80 years

    Anthura proudly celebrates its 80th anniversary in 2018 »

  • New Cambria varieties!

    Inspired by the special colours, flower markings and fragrances that are characteristics of Cambria’s. »

  • Impression of the Ride for the Roses

    On 3rd September, the Anthura team participated in the Ride for the Roses »

  • Trade weeks at Anthura

    Intensive contact with customers of the end product ensures better coordination between retail and final customers »

  • Cultivation technique

    Why is plant activity important? »

  • Stefan de Hoog introduces himself

    A new position with responsibilities for breeding, planning, sales and marketing »

  • Showtime: surprisingly productive

    Anthura is proud to present the Showtime® variety, inspired by the world of glitter and glamour »

  • Interview with Rene Hendriks

    Opti-flor orchids bring atmosphere and colour to millions of European living rooms, offices and hotel lobbies. »

  • The influence of pH on cultivation

    Why is the pH so important, and what is its influence on the plant? In this article we will deepen this. Bureau IMAC Bleiswijk. »

  • A new service from Bureau IMAC

    As a foreign customer, now, you can also come to us for a new remote service called "assistance at a distance" »

  • Interview with Claudia Broch

    Anthurium Ambassador in the Netherlands »