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Category: Trade News

PORTA NOVA broadens range with new sub-brand “HOLLANDA by Porta Nova”

HOLLANDA Roses are beautiful and reliable traditional Dutch red roses grown with Dutch craftsmanship and passion. They have the reliability, tightness, subtle scent and vase life Porta Nova roses are…

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Porta Nova Magna bunch

Welcome back Porta Nova Magna.

In April 2020, the first roses were planted in the new greenhouse and we started to build up the plants. On 29th of July, the first rough stems were harvested…

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The Good The Bad & The Ugly – Porta Nova Wild West

It’s the return of the cowboy from the West(land)! available for +/- 12 weeks from monday 29th of June Dear Flower trader / Florist As you know, at Porta Nova…

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INTRODUCING PORTA NOVA WHITE NAOMI

We are ready to introduce Porta Nova WHITE NAOMI roses that meet the high quality standards you are accustomed to from the Porta Nova brand.

White Naomi will be available as SUPRA (60-80 cm) and UNICA (40-80 cm) from Monday 9 September

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Once Upon A Time In The West(land). First harvest from Porta Nova new greenhouses!

Dear Flower trader / Florist As you may know at Porta Nova we started building our new greenhouse complex over a year ago. We are almost finished, and the new…

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#CUPIDRONE promotion campaign with Porta Nova roses went viral in Valentine’s week

The week after Valentine’s we can makeup the balance on how successful this campaign was, and the figures are impressive. According to The Dutch Flower Council over 4,000,000 people saw the…

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Porta Nova roses delivered by #cupidrone

Cupidrone: love is literally in the air Love is literally in the air: meet #cupidrone! Delivering love from above, searching for targets armed with a Porta Nova Red Naomi rose. …

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Porta Nova makes dirty bucket disappear! with new “Collum” packaging

In 2008 Porta Nova developed the Collar, in order to guarantee quality during transport.  The collar was a great succes and has become a standard for many growers to transport…

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