Our quotations, transactions and deliveries are subject to the General terms for ornamental plant and nutritional horticulture production of Plantum NL, registered at the Chamber of Commerce Rotterdam, Gouda branche-office, Holland on May 21th, 2012.

Varieties marked with “®” are protected by Plant Breeders Rights or contractual assignment and may not be used for purposes of propagation or resale. These varieties may only be used for the production of pot plants on the premises of the purchaser.

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