The new display concept of Ala30 allows you to better display seasonal plants and flowers in the outdoor area.
Starting from the floor plan of the Garden Center, Orlandelli's Design Team developed a layout designed to optimize the spaces used for the sale of plants and flowers.
The Agricultural Cooperative established in 1903 in Florence features a new exhibition space entirely designed and built by Organizzazione Orlandelli.
The Showroom’s key role for growers of plants and flowers
Starting from the floor plan sent via the website form, Orlandelli's Design Team developed a layout designed to optimize the space of the sales area to be renovated using the aluminum display benches line.
The DIY store chain has chosen Orlandelli products to organize the new greenhouse dedicated to the exhibition of plants and flowers.
Agriflora is a recently opened garden center in the small village of Monasterolo di Savigliano, a few kilometers from Alba.
On 26/10/12 in Perpignan in the South of France close to the border with Spain, Mr. Velarte, the owner, opened a beautiful Garden Centre "Les Jardins de Gabiani" of 3,000 meters, covered.
What dimensions of display bench for plants and flowers should I use at my point of sale? Is it better to choose a display bench sized 1x2 m or a 1.6x3 m one? What is the difference in their use?
With the pandemic the sale of plants and flowers has reached very high levels and that because there was a significant increase of private gardening, balconies included.
Orlandelli Group was present at the Flower Trials and thanks to the cooperation and agreement with Syngenta, the world's leading breeders, we developed the concept "Your Garden Center": an exhibition idea on how to organize the retail space dedicated to potted plants and flowers, being it in a Garden Center, agricultural environment, in a shopping mall or a DIY Centre.
September 11, 2015.
During the internationally renowned Festivaletteratura (9-13 September) Organizzazione Orlandelli presents the book of the world’s greatest flowers and plants trader, Robert F. Zurel.