We have been bringing Albenga’s flowers, plants and aromatic herbs to IPM Essen since the inaugural event in 1986.
Over the years, IPM Essen has established itself as the world’s leading trade fair; a major international showcase for the horticultural and floricultural sectors and the technology that serves them.
Here we are at IPM ESSEN, the world’s leading trade fair for the horticultural and floricultural sectors. From 22 to 25 January you can find us at IPM ESSEN in Hall 1 Stand D30.
We are sharing a large flowery stand with MediFlora, our long-term partner in Germany.
Now in its 33rd edition, IPM Essen is a major international showcase providing a meeting point for all of our sector’s key figures: managers, buyers, sales staff and marketing experts.
A highly evolved platform that enables us to catch-up with customers and suppliers alike, consolidate long-standing commercial relationships or begin new and profitable ones and grasp the new opportunities offered by a growing market.
At IPM Essen, over 1600 exhibitors from a variety of sectors, from plants to technology, visiting from roughly 50 different countries, find the ideal space to meet their own specific audience.
Everyone presents the best their output has to offer together with any innovations in the plant, technology, flower and garden sectors.
This is a wide-ranging fair involving representatives from all of the market leaders who are perfectly situated to provide comprehensive advice and guidance.
Our news for IPM Essen
IPM Essen is extremely important for us at RB Plant Consortium. We have been presenting our selection of the best plants and flowers from Albenga and other renowned Italian production areas, every year since 1986.
For the 33rd edition of IPM Essen, a delegation of our staff from Albenga will be proposing our classic items; those that have characterised us for decades. The highly fragrant Sunny heRBs, our exclusive collection of high quality aromatic herbs and this year we are presenting a newcomer, the “Beejou” Daisy.
The new “Beejou” Daisy is distinguished by its natural compactness.
This feature allows us to use lower quantities of pesticides and helps us to respect the environment and avoid harming useful insects.
Even though the “Beejou” Daisy prefers the spring, its flowering phase is distributed over a longer period.
It presents a beautiful bouquet of flowers and loves cooler climates.
Come and find out all about it! We’re already here in Hall 1 – Stand D30.
We’ll be waiting for you!