Desch give plants added value with colour

Company: Desch Plantpak

Match pot colours to fashion trends. Desch Epla started the trend years ago and is still very successful to this day. Now all 140 colours can be viewed in a digital booklet at www.desch.nl/en/catalogue/Epla-colour-card

Twice a year, Desch's marketers are inspired by trend watcher Hilde Francq of Francq Colours with the colours that will play the leading role the following season. "Colour sells", is the motto of Hilde and Desch knows that she is right.

Colour Your Story

Desch carefully develop the colour trends and applies them to its own products. The trends are published in our own magazine Colour Your Story, which is published twice a year (spring / summer edition, autumn / winter edition). In addition to the three main colour trends, this magazine also contains attractive pot-plant combinations from various breeders and information about sustainable products, supplemented with a special and an interview. The next Colour Your Story, for autumn / winter 2021-2022 season, will be released in January 2021.

However, that does not mean that you have to wait until January for colour, on the contrary: we have made a nice and handy booklet containing ALL 140 colours that Desch currently has to offer.

More than 140 colours in a digital booklet!

Because Desch is constantly adding new colours, the booklet can be viewed digitally at www.desch.nl/nl/catalogus/Epla-colour-card. The colours are conveniently arranged by colour group. With such a richly varied colour range, the right match can be made quickly. A sample can be requested for a live product in colour.

Includes 19 Recover® colours

In the digital booklet, the circular brand Recover® occupies its own unique place: on page 11. Recover® is made of 'post-consumer' plastic; Cyclos HTP certified and can be recycled repeatedly. Now available in 19 colours. For more information, also visit www.desch.nl/en/brands/Recover

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