Floribusiness Digital Magazine Beijing Florascape expects big Clematis future in China

    Beijing Florascape expects big Clematis future in China

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    Beijing Florascape is expecting a big future for Clematis in China. That is why the Chinese state-owned company is setting up breeding activities with Raymond Evison Clematis.

    The Beijing Florascape Company and Raymond Evison Clematis have set up a joint venture for breeding new Clematis in China. This climbing plant is not yet cultivated in China, but it is present in nature.

    Beijing Florascape is on of the first horticultural nurseries in China for garden and landscaping. The company is founded and owned by the Chinese government. It has the exclusive right to design and plant flowering plants and trees at Tiananmen Square, the world famous and enormous square in Beijing.

    The company has already breeding activities with floriculture products. What kind of products? What kind of facilities does Beijing Florascape use? And how will the joint venture with Raymond Evison Clematis look like? Read all about this in the new Floribusiness magazine. Still no free subscription? Click here!

    Photo by Beijing Florascape
    Arno Engels
    Arno Engels is sinds 2000 vakredacteur bij De Boomkwekerij. Hij is opgegroeid in de sector en heeft op verschillende boomkwekerijen in binnen- en buitenland gewerkt.

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