Types of flowers grown in the NetherlandsJuly 1, 2021
The Netherlands, which does not have a large geography in land care, has an important place in terms of floristry. The Netherlands, which does not have a large geography in land care, has an important place in terms of floristry. The most commonly grown flower types in the Netherlands are as follows.
- Calla Lily: Eight herbaceous, perennial, flowering plants that grow from Africa to Malawi are a genus. It is an important type of flower grown in the Netherlands.
- Crocuses: It is known that there are over 80 known species of crocus flower. It is known to grow in the northern hemisphere. It is of great importance in the floristry industry in Holland.
- Narcissus: There are about 20 varieties of Daffodil Flower. When the daffodil flower completely wipes, it is necessary to remove it from the soil without damaging the daffodil onion.
- Roses: Rose soil should be cool, well drainage, capable of storing enough oxygen and water in its body. It is of great importance for the Dutch flower market.
- Snowdrops: It is an important flower for the Netherlands. White flowers bloom, the stem and leaf are green. It is a type of flower known as the herald of the spring.
- Tulips: Tulip is most commonly grown as an ornamental plant with very special smelling flowers belonging to the family of lilies, which make up the genus Tulipa.
The importance of flowers for the Netherlands
The Netherlands is the world’s largest agricultural exporter after the United States. The most important market for agricultural exports stands out as the EU market. They play a major role in the flower trade for the Netherlands, Europe and the domestic market. 82% of the flower trade passes through the auction. There are 45 “Cash and Carry” outlets in the Netherlands. 74% of the sales of outlets are to florists and 7% to horticultural centers.
It is important that the Netherlands is so successful in agriculture and florist, namely in the field of plant diversity. Dutch Tulips offer a seemingly endless appearance.