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The right address for potted plants

At D.C. van Geest potplanten we grow various species and sizes of potted Anthuriums, Phalaenopsis and Areca palms. In the spring and summer period, we also grow Musas (dwarf cavendish) in our greenhouses for our customers. At five locations in Westland, we grow potted plants with utmost care for chain stores, wholesalers and garden centres in Europe.

Together. Improve. Success.

Together with our staff, we are committed to living up to our company's core values each and every day. 

 ^ Close collaboration

 ^ Ambitious performance

 ^ Contributing to success

... are our motivations, experience it for yourself!

Our promises

This is what we offer our customer and suppliers: 

  • fresh products, deliverd just-in-time
  • regular collaboration with suppliers
  • the longevity or our plants
  • flexibility, customer is king
  • environmentally aware choices
  • outstanding product tracking & tracing system

Availability

Our sales are conducted through FloraHolland and Rhein Maas auctions. Our current product range can be viewed on the Plantconnect and FloraXchange websites. If you have any specific requirements with regard to deliveries, packaging or added value, please get in touch with us directly. We can then run through the options with you.

Assortment

For more information about our products, visit our productpage. You will find more information about the plants we grow: Phalaenopsis, Areca-palm, Musa and Anthurium.

Maximum biological phalaenopsis

Every day our crop experts are busy to keep the ecological system in our greenhouses in a good balance. Jan van Bleijswijk, our crop supervisor explains how: "Our Phalaenopis plants grow and flourish without the use of chemicals, but by the use of natural enemies. To achieve this we have strict hygiene rules for our employees and visitors. We check every day which and how many animals are traveling in our greenhouses. Counting, checking and recording. A real painstaking work, but by result that we pick up organic plants!"