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Besides the best product, we offer a total package of customer-oriented services. It’s not for nothing that our slogan is 'Adding value to the green world’.
Odense in week 33 (16 and 17 August) will be bustling with inspiration, comprehensive views and good bargains. We are holding a trade fair focused on the multiple paths to the consumer’s shopping basket.
Visit the biggest “plant-mix-your-own” shop in Denmark, where it will be possible to pick and choose from among interesting themes, a unique European product range and some excellent deals.
Go exploring in sustainability, the young consumer, the future, and sales and packaging solutions. There will also be hot decorations and interesting added-value products from DecoDirect and you can choose the direction in which we should jointly move your business. A new feature this year is that we will also be presenting products from eastern Europe.
On Wednesday, it will be possible to concentrate on current plant trends, and there will be focus on how to implement successful digital marketing. Our atrium will be laser-focused on the wealth of possibilities for staying abreast of new varieties and colours.
We look forward to inviting you to a shared Nordic culinary experience. Wednesday evening where we will dine and enjoy one another’s company on the Odense waterfront. The menu will be inspired by all the cuisines of the Nordic countries. We look forward to your registration and we are happy to help you find a hotel.
Wednesday 16 August, 9 am – 5 pm.
Thursday 17 August, 9 am – 4 pm.
GASA GROUP, Lavsenvænget 1,
5200 Odense v, Denmark
Aloe vera is a succulent from the Asphodel family and has been growing on the Arabian Peninsula for millions of years. The name derives from the Arabic word ‘Alloeh’, which means ‘shiny bitter fluid’. This refers to the cooling, gel-like liquid in the leaves. ‘Vera’ effectively means ‘the real thing’. There are some 300 species.
As a desert plant, Aloe must survive in an extreme climate, which is why it produces more than 75 substances to help it cope. For example, if a leaf is damaged the ‘wound’ will immediately be sealed with coagulating sap in order to retain as much moisture as possible, just as with humans. The active ingredients in Aloe have also been found to have healing properties for humans. The ancient Egyptians called it ‘the immortality plant’.
Because Aloe has a fairly strong look in its own right, the plant is best displayed in a container that emphasises that: robust ceramics, worked wood, plastic with a sturdy structure. A slightly wide pot makes it easier to water. Aloe combines well with other succulents in bowls and boxes, and sells well as one of the most attractive easy plants around, particularly combined with its air-purifying characteristics. Ideal for offices, student rooms and plant lovers who lack green fingers.