Michael Perry, an industry influencer, comes to Israel for Danziger’s annual open house event.
Danziger is excited to announce that Michael Perry, a.k.a. Mr. Plant Geek, joins the world’s leading growers, young plant producers, retailers and brokers, during Danziger’s flagship event, NovemberFest.
Throughout this month-long event, Danziger is presenting more than 1000 flowering pots, 500 varieties, 50 different crops and 60 flower series. NovemberFest brings together industry leaders and guests for discussions about upcoming trends, new genetics and plants for the 2020, 2021 and even 2022 seasons.
Michael visited Danziger’s main research and development site and took part in various marketing and R&D discussions. As part of his visit, Michael also explored Israel and enjoyed some sightseeing of Israel’s gems together with the Danziger team.
“I was very impressed with Danziger’s bedding plants display presented at NovemberFest, it was fascinating to explore the new varieties presented by them”, said Michael. “For me, the visit was a good opportunity to get to know Danziger, one of the leading breeding companies for cut flowers and bedding plants, it was inspiring to hear the stories behind the breeding process and the marketing’s new concepts. This visit combined my passion for plants with exploring new genetics and experiencing Israeli culture with Danziger’s team.”
About Michael Perry
Michael launched mrplantgeek.com by documenting his travels around the Costa Rican jungle. A self-confessed digital nomad, Michael has been on the move ever since, reporting back on his amazing horticultural findings whilst flitting from country to country.
His work has taken him to North and Central America, Africa, Asia and Europe, and he still manages to keep up appearances on TV, with regular contributions to ITV This Morning, as well as his own show, Michael Perry’s Gardening World, on QVC.
Michael regularly participates in charity work, with one notable experience involving a nude calendar shoot for the benefit of charity Perennial. He champions gardening for mental health and wellbeing, and promotes gender equality for gardeners and plant geeks alike.
For more information please visit Michael’s website: https://mrplantgeek.com