Four Oaks denut for Pistoia-based Romiti Vivai make this year

by | Aug 30, 2017 | Community, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Pistoia based Romiti Pietro Vivai will? be making their debut at Four Oaks on the 5-3 September.

Their Northern Europe Consultant Domenico Guizzo reports on a positive? six months of trading in the U.K. on behalf of Romiti Vivai.? The acquisition of Tesi Ubaldo Nursery last year provided the ideal opportunity to establish a solid base in the UK.

Sales into the landscaping sector via wholesalers has triggered the decision to show at Four Oaks.

Following a record year, the nursery is now ready for the new season with a range and quality of plants that are both unique and sought after. A visit to their growing facilities in Pistoia, Italy, is strongly recommended to appreciate the benefits that can be achieved in this ever changing market.

For several years, Romiti have been supplying plants in non-returnable pallets to Garden Centres on the continent.? Romiti will be exhibiting a range of ‘ Plants with a difference’ which will be distributed directly from Pistoia via Viking Nurseries and Park Lane Plants, which covers the whole of the UK.

Romiti Vivai will be in House B next to Viking Nurseries at Four Oaks in Stand 101-104.

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