September 2, 2011

Horticultural Trade Show Warsaw, Poland 2011

This weekend if you are in Warsaw, you may see one of the most important horticultural trade shows in Poland. I have walked around today and I have not spotted any signs of crisis. Trade show got bigger and more serious than few years ago.

This year tere was more foreign companies present as well. Mainly from Holland, Germany, Italy, France and Spain. If you are interested in entering Polish market contact me - I can help, cos professionally I am providing this kind of service.Today one of the French companies - a plant producer - asked me for offer, because they are interested in finding a big distributor in Poland.

Two special guests John Stanley from Australia and Diarmuid Gavin (this year returned to Chelsea Garden Show with his "flying garden") have their lectures for professionals.  

This is one of my favourite stands. Charming combination of pink bicycle, blue basket and all-available-color Buddleja (common name Butterfly Bush).

New kind of Hydrangea arborescens The Pink Annabelle - gorgeous!

Perennial Hibiscus - do you know maybe the latin name?

New variety of cleatis was named today at the show. This fluffy, white beauty got the name "Maria Sklodowska-Curie" named after great Polish–French physicist–chemist famous for her pioneering research on radioactivity. She was honored with two (!!) Nobel Prizes —in physics and chemistry and Marie was the first female professor at the University of Paris.
She was the first woman to be entombed on her own merits (in 1995) in the Paris Panthéon.

Clematis Maria Sklodowska-Curie.


Gökay said...

I would like to watch more exhibition images.

Ewa said...

Hello Gokay!
Unfortunately I don't have to many photos of this show - most interesting stuff is in the post :)