Stuttgart, 2019-08-13

Late summer flair with Selecta one at spoga+gafa 2019 (Cologne)

On time for the start of late summer, Selecta one presents its late summery-autumnal plants of the perennials, grasses and pot carnation assortment at this year’s spoga+gafa from 1st to 3rd September at Koelnmesse (Cologne) in passage hall 4/hall 5 on stand number A001.
 
Selecta’s marketing concept Autumn Friends combines the wide range of colours and shapes of foliage plants, green plants and flowering autumn plants. If perfectly combined in various bowls or pot sizes or as attractive single plant – with this concept, Selecta one offers its customers, the growers, and the end consumers ideal products concerning shelf life, compactness and attractivity and endless many possibilities to beautify autumn.
 
Therewith, the breeder of ornamental plants reacts on the trend towards gardening and enjoying garden and terrace in autumn – we have more and more nice and warm late summer days and people want to spend them outside and enjoying garden life until into October and November. Selecta’s Autumn Friends concept offers ideal plants for this: The tested mixes with a wide range of pot carnations, decorative grasses and foliage plants guarantee long-lasting joy and an attractive appearance until into late autumn.
 
Besides the presentation of the concept at the booth of Selecta one, visitors can immerse into late summer atmosphere with decoratively placed Selecta plants on the Boulevard of ideas. Selecta sponsors also plants for the POS Green Solution Islands with this year’s topic City Gardening – among others, the popular mini carnation Pink Kisses® and insect-friendly plants of the assortment will be highlighted.
 
On the international garden trade fair spoga+gafa, Selecta one belongs to the exhibitors of the plant segment, who are summarized in the area ‚Powerbrands of Plants‘ and present their plant brands. Selecta one is part of spoga+gafa since several years now.

Press release: Late summer flair with Selecta one at spoga+gafa 2019 (Cologne) (PDF)