Now that the days are slowly getting longer again, we are heading for the kick-off of the (spring) season in the Waterdrinker Green Trade Center (GTC). During the upcoming edition of the GTC Days, from 8 - 10 March, we will not only kick-off the season, but also the new trend 'Refined Femininity' will start!
Nature surprises us during the spring. Flowers and plants sprout slowly in refined shapes and colours. New life reveals itself in a feminine and elegant way. In this edition of the GTC, we consider the purity of that budding nature. In short, plenty of inspiration with beautiful spring days such as Easter and Mother's Day in prospect!
The Future is now
In the last edition of the GTC Days, our Future Plants were still shining as 'future stars'. This edition, some of these stars are genuinely available at the GTC! During the GTC Days, they will present themselves as Novelty & Specialty in the entrance and on the Novelty Square of the GTC.
Now that the first good intentions have been stranded, it's time for green intentions! Sustainability is no longer an unknown concept for many, but how do you recognise sustainable flowers and plants as a customer? Our experts are happy to show it during the GTC Days.
In this edition also, several presentations can be admired. One of the highlights is the Bromelia presentation with the pineapple plant in the spotlight. During the GTC Days, there are several fun activities including (on Sunday) a real meeting with "Prince Pineapple". A nice and exclusive opportunity to respond to the attention that Bloemenbureau Holland is also devoting to this striking bromeliad on consumer site Mooiwatplantendoen.nl.
In addition, buying customers on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday have a chance to win surprising green prizes at the GTC Rad and there are also nice Meet & Greets. There are plenty of Novelties & Specialties, extra GTC Deals and the must-haves of the season throughout the week. And of course, the GTC team is always ready with coffee, tea and some cookies!
The opening hours of the GTC Days are:
Sunday 8 March, 05.00-14.00 hours (note: longer opening hours!)
Monday 9 March, 05.00-21.00 hours
Tuesday 10 March, 05.00-21.00 hours