Danziger Product Showcase

Written by Cassie Burt
January 08, 2019

Looking for fresh inspiration to kick off 2019? Then join us on 17 January at Bloomfield Wholesale Florist for a morning of innovative new products and current classics showcased by one of the world's most innovative floriculture companies, Danziger.

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Danziger, founded in 1953, are market leaders in innovative and imaginative floriculture solutions. They engage in the research, breeding, development, propagation, production, sale and marketing of varieties of cut flowers, annuals and perennials. They are one of the most respected breeders in the industry and you'll find a number of their extraordinary flower varieties sold right here at the Flower Market. 

To give you a glimpse of what will be coming next they are putting on a showcase within the Bloomfield Wholesale Florist Stand. This will be a chance to see what new products they have available and classic varieties that are still proving popular. The event will examine current trends within the industry as well as a look ahead to what will be coming next. 

It's a great chance to see what is coming up and get inspiration to starting planning some beautiful designs for 2019. We hope to see you there. 

Event Details: 


17 January 2019

06:30 - 09:00


Bloomfield Wholesale Florist, New Covent Garden Market, SW8 5EL


You do not need to register and can just turn up on the day. The only cost of entry is the standard fee for parking. 

Event in partnership with FLowers with Care, Danziger and Sunflora. 


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