Although there seems to be light at the end of the Corona restrictions tunnel, the organisers of the Dutch Lily Days have decided to postpone the tenth edition to 2022 after all. The fourteen lily bulb exporting and breeding companies participating in the Dutch Lily Days have taken this decision because of the international travel restrictions and other still applicable measures.
Each year, the Dutch Lily Days attract many visitors both locally and from abroad, and the event enjoys a growing interest in its offerings. The visitors gain a great overview of what the Dutch lily breeders and exporters can provide and are working on. Naturally, all of the companies will continue developing and marketing their assortment in 2021.
Trends and developments
Interested parties are warmly invited to look through the assortment, discuss new trends and developments, and exchange thoughts about the future of lily cultivation in June 2022. And just like previous years, the Dutch Lily Days will again be the stage for introducing innovations. In other words, it will be an exciting event and an absolute must for everyone involved in lily cultivation. The preparations for this special jubilee event have already started in the background.
The content of this year’s Dutch Lily Days is special. The participants have decided to circulate a review of the past years in a newsletter and via social media. This review gives an impression of P. Aker, Van den Bos Flowerbulbs, Bot Flowerbulbs, De Jong Lelies, Lily Company, Mak Breeding, Onings Holland, C. Steenvoorden, GAV’s Lilies, Gebr. Vletter & Den Haan, VWS Flowerbulbs, World Breeding, Zabo Plant and Royal van Zanten.
More information is available at www.dutchlilydays.com