Schoneveld Breeding range is now on video

Company: Schoneveld Breeding
  • Leopardo

Due to Coronavirus, this year’s Cyclamen Open Days had to be different for Schoneveld Breeding from Wilp.  In addition to successful open days, the breeder has gone digital this year.

Digital guided tours

Area managers and growing advisors were still able to show seventy visitors through the greenhouses, observing all COVID-19 measures.

The people of Schoneveld Breeding supplemented this with digital guided tours, in which about a hundred international guests took part. All in all, the reach was much wider than in other years.

Leopardo

The name says it all, the Cyclamen from Schoneveld Breeding had a leading role. The new large-flowered Cyclamen Super Serie Leopardo in particular was in the spotlight. Not for nothing, this heat tolerant powerhouse is easy to grow, flowers early in the season and is introduced in six colors.

The Leopardo means that a mini, midi or large-flowered Cyclamen from Schoneveld Breeding is now available all year round, anywhere in the world.

Best for outdoor

In addition to the Leopardo, the company was able to show even more news. The Super Serie Crayon, for example, was featured extensively during the tours. This new mini Cyclamen has a unique flower pattern that is reminiscent of a pinstripe. Schoneveld Breeding has created the Best for Outdoor quality mark for outdoor use.

There are currently four Cyclamen Super Series in which a selection of colors can bear the Best for Outdoor quality mark, namely Super Serie Verano, Super Serie Donatello, Super Serie Carino and Super Serie Picasso.

Videos

During the Cyclamen Open Days, videos were made of all products in which the highlights and unique features are shown. From now on, the entire range can also be viewed in moving images and Schoneveld Breeding is proud of that! Take a look at the playlist and discover the complete product range

www.schoneveld-breeding.com/en/looking-back-at-our-cyclamen-open-days-2020/

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