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Highlights Creating more www.evanthia.nl 1

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Creating more with Evanthia Since 2013 Evanthia is a strong brand with a clear focus on breeding, propagation, seed production of ornamentals for growers of cut flowers, pot and bedding plants and tropical plants. We would like to introduce you to our latest product range. This product range is the result of years of collaboration between our specialists in seed production, breeding and propagation. They are constantly working on new varieties in our range of seeds and young plants. To a large extent these products have been developed with our own genetics. In our modern laboratories and greenhouses in Monster we translate market opportunities to new products. This is a big advantage for the professional grower: with unique products professional growers have a unique position in the market. Our range comprises: • Cut flowers Cut flowers from seed are the major focus point of Evanthia. In this brochure we highlight the ornamentals on which our breeders have worked with dedication and passion for over 25 years. • Pot and bedding plants Our complete delivery program stretches far beyond the selections shown in this brochure. Evanthia supplies top products of all major breeding companies in the world. • (Un-) rooted cuttings Supply of cuttings is an important part of our business. For rooted and unrooted cuttings of many popular bedding varieties for the retail market , please contact us. • Tropical seeds and plants • Seed technology On the following pages we will introduce you to all our products. We wish you a lot of growth, in collaboration with Evanthia! Nico Grootendorst Director Evanthia Disclaimer The photographs and descriptions in this catalogue are for general information and illustration only. Sowing details, planting times and cultural instructions are indicative, based on West European conditions and in some cases specific for the Netherlands. They are to be used for general guidance, and must be interpreted and adapted to your specific climatic conditions. No guarantee is given for the result of the crop, nor is liability accepted for the consequences of applying the indications given. 2 Cmroeraeting

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Table of contents About Evanthia................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2 Cut flowers Antirrhinum........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4 Brassica................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6 Celosia.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8 Lisianthus......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Tanacetum....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Matthiola.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Dianthus........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Panicum............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 17 Tagetes.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 17 Pot and bedding Helianthus ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18 Lobelia ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 18 Laurentia ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 19 Salvia ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 19 Bellis................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20 Mimulus............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 20 Seed Technology......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21 Cleaning........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21 Pelletizing........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 21 Caoting.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 21 Results............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21 Tropical Seeds & Plants..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22 Tropical Seeds............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22 Tropical Plants............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22 Contact information Sales Team....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 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Antirrhinum majus F1 Antirrhinum, or Snapdragon, is one of the most important summer cut flowers from seed world wide. It requires a cool growing temperature, and can be cultivated year-round or as an in-between crop. From planting to flowering the culture takes 10 to 24 weeks, depending on the cultivation method. The market share of Snapdragons could easily be improved by increasing the year-round supply to the flower trade or auction. For Antirrhinum bred in the United States, a classification of the different series into groups was introduced, based on American climate zones. These groups represent the best cultivation period in the year. Translated into Northern European conditions, follow this classification as stated below. Group IV is suitable for both in- and outdoor planting. Classification Group I winter planting Group I – II autumn planting Group II early spring planting Group III spring planting Group IV summer planting (NL wk 44 - 52) (NL wk 32 – 36) (NL wk 48 - 9) (NL wk 8 - 33) (NL wk 15 - 30) Animation series I-II Animation is a renowned series for year round cut flower production. It is especially suited for cool greenhouse production, early in the season. The series has been developed under continental climatic conditions and is a very reliable crop. Animation has long, well-built flower spikes on strong stems with only limited side-branching. The series is very uniform, 80-100 cm high and the different colours in the series have a very uniform flowering time. Like the Costa series, Animation is an excellent in-between cut flower crop as well. 10288859 10288860 10288869 10288870 10288868 10288886 10288892 10288822 Animation Deep Orange Animation Orange Animation Pink Impr. Animation Rose Animation Velvet Red Animation White Animation Yellow Impr. Animation Mix 10288859 10288869 Animation Deep Orange Animation Pink Impr. 10288870 Animation Rose 4 10288868 Animation Velvet Red 10288886 Animation White 10288892 Animation Yellow Impr. mCroeraeting

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Costa I-II The classification system as mentioned earlier is not quite applicable for our Costa series. Costa is versatile; it fits into various planting periods. It produces a solid, well-formed flower spike on a sturdy stem, even when light conditions are less favorable. This range has been bred under Dutch climatic conditions. It is a uniform, undemanding and reliable culture. 10280007 10281013 10280068 10282050 10281068 10281071 10280005 10281087 Costa Apricot Costa Deep Rose Costa Light Rose Costa Mildly White Costa Rose Costa Silver Costa Velvet Costa White 10280007 Costa Apricot 10282050 Costa Midly White 10281068 Costa Rose 10281071 Costa Silver Costa Summer III-IV Costa Summer has the same characteristics as the Costa series, but is intended for spring and summer plantings, both in the greenhouse and outdoors. 10151101 10151136 10151145 10151159 10151162 10151168 10151182 10151187 10151191 Costa Summer Appleblossom Costa Summer Ivory Impr. Costa Summer Lavender Impr. Costa Summer Orange Impr. Costa Summer Pink Impr. Costa Summer Rose Impr. Costa Summer Velvet Impr. Costa Summer White Impr. Costa Summer Yellow Impr. 10280005 Costa Velvet 10281087 Costa White 10151136 Costa Summer Ivory Impr. 10151162 Costa Summer Pink Impr. Creating more 10151168 Costa Summer Rose Impr. 10151182 Costa Summer Velvet Impr. 10151187 Costa Summer White Impr. 10151191 Costa Summer Yellow Impr. 5

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Brassica oleracea F1 Ornamental cabbage Many years of breeding have resulted in a top selection in Ornamental cabbage, valued for the following qualities, important to the grower: desirable stem length and disease tolerance. Thanks to the appealing appearance, the excellent keeping qualities and vase life, our Brassica gained popularity and has become an important ‘cut flower’ in the Netherlands. We offer an unrevealing selection in our assortment; varieties with flat, wavy, curled, or fringed leaves, crop forming or waterlily -shaped heads, with interesting colour combinations, suitable for early or late culture. The presence of several bold Brassica ‘flower heads’ in a mixed bouquet or flower arrangement give the entire creation a more stunning, modern effect. Retailers in the United Kingdom even offer mixed bouquets of just different types of Brassica. All our cultivars have been selected for both cool greenhouse and outdoor production. They have a better tolerance to fungi such as like white mold (Sclerotinia) and clubroot (Mycosphaerella) than other varieties in the market. The stem easily reaches a length of 80 cm. Planting is possible from late winter until late summer (NL February to late August). By using different production methods, the size of the crop as well as the supply period can be significally influenced. A general indication is given below. Denser sowing or planting requires less leaf stripping and leads to a smaller size of the crop. Lower temperatures result in more intenser colouring. Outdoor culture sow mid to late spring (NL week 18-22) density 80-100/m2 harvest until end of autumn (NL mid Nov) Greenhouse culture plant late summer (NL week 31 – 34) density 65-70/m2 harvest end of autumn to mid winter (NL week 47 – 4) Ornamental cabbage 11189001 Agathana 11185812 Akilina 11185818 Alexandra 11185820 Anna 11181700 Antonina 11181703 Arina 11189907 Bogdana NEW NEW 11186145 11181704 11189941 11189942 11189943 11185814 11189998 11189987 First Lady Katinka Katya Ksenia Kysia Luba Olga Vera NEW NEW NEW 6 mCroeraeting

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11185812 Akilina (crenulated) NEW White heart surrounded by blue green fringed leaves. Early, smaller type with good field performance. 11181700 Antonina (crenulated) White, waterlily-type head. 11181703 Arina (crenulated) NEW White heart surrounded by green fringed leaves. For later harvest. 11186145 First Lady (crenulated) Red heart surrounded by deep green fringed leaves 11189907 Bogdana (crenulated) Rosy-red, wavy leaves, cropforming. 11181704 Katinka (crenulated) NEW White/green, fringed leaves, bushy type 11189941 Katya (crenulated) Deep pink, late colouring, curled leaves, bushy type. Trouble free crop for late harvest, also outdoors. 11189942 Ksenia (crenulated) Pink, fringed leaves, crop forming, very uniform. Mid to late type, earlier colouring than Katya. 11189943 Kysia (crenulated) NEW Rose heart, fringed leaves, slightly shorter stems. Especially suited for early culture. 11189998 Olga (round) Purple rose, flat leaves, stretched head on tall stems. Top variety for large scale, trouble free production. 11189987 Vera (round) Light rose, flat leaves, waterlilytype head, marbled foliage. 11189001 Agathana (round) White, flat leaves, compact, crop forming, no stretching. Excellent variety, suitable for late sowings and (very) late harvest. 11189998 Luba (round) NEW Salmon rose, flat leaves, marbled foliage. Creating more 11185818 Alexandra (round) White heart surrounded by green flat leaves, waterlily type head 11185820 Anna (round) White, flat leaves, attractive type. 7

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Celosia argentea cristata Act series Looking for a cut flower with special appeal and an extraordinary short cultivation time? Celosia Act is the answer. Our Celosia Act series is market leader in the Netherlands. The exotic brightness of the flowers appeals to consumers world wide. Thanks to the extremely short cultivation time, uniform plant development and better resistance to Botrytis and Fusarium, the cut flower production of the Act series has strongly increased over the past years. The flat triangular flower combs of some 15 cm are topped with a broad curly edges. They are borne on long, unbranched stems of approximately 130 cm tall. Act series is available in 7 colours, with more to follow. Celosia prefers warm growing conditions and is, therefore, best grown in the greenhouse in Western Europe. Sowing time is mid winter to mid summer, harvesting from spring to the end of autumn. Cultivation time is 8 to 13 weeks from transplant. It can be harvested over a long period of time. PVP Plant Variety Protection and PBR Plant Breeders’ Rights - reproduction is prohibited 11682082 11682059 11682092 11682064 11682068 11682083 11682014 11682022 Act Dara velvet Act Enda salmon Act Inca yellow Act Orla deep orange Act Rima rose Act Vida lemon Act Zara orange Act Mix 11682082 Act Dara velvet 8 11682092 Act Inca yellow 11682068 Act Rima rose 11682014 Act Zara orange mCroeraeting

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Bora series Bora takes 3 weeks longer to produce than the Act series. It has a broader comb, is more robust in plant habit and less susceptible to Thrips than most other varieties in the market. It has an even longer vase life when compared to the Act series due to its extremely tough stems. PVP Plant Variety Protection and PBR Plant Breeders’ Rights - reproduction prohibited 11682011 11682059 Bar Bora (Purple) Bar Bossa (Champagne) 11682011 Bar Bora (Purple) 11682012 Bar Bossa (Champagne) Captain series The Captain series has large globular flower heads. When compared to other ‘brain type’ Celosia series in the market, the production time of Captain is much shorter. Best sown late spring for flowering 10 to 12 weeks later. The yield per m2 is somewhat lower due to its more robust growth. 11680912 11680962 11680970 11680960 Captain Dark Rose Captain Red (dark leaved) Captain Scarlet Captain Dark Orange Creating more 9

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Lisianthus Being the first in Europe to start breeding Lisianthus 18 years ago, we developed a splendid cut flower Lisianthus assortment, for year round production, for the home market and export. Characteristics of our varieties: attractive flowers, sturdy stems, sufficient stem length, masses of flowers and buds in the top, reliability in the culture – also when grown in warmer regions. A wide range of types and colours is available as well as massive experience that we share with cut flower growers and consumers. When grown in the Netherlands (with the right greenhouse – conditions, including intense assimilation lighting) the flowers are fully developed in 8 to 12 weeks after transplant. Height is approx. 75 cm. The right harvest stage is when 3 to 5 flowers are fully opened. Classification The assortment has been divided into groups, indicating the most favourable production period. Under West European conditions and under ‘natural cultivation’ (without extra light) the classification is as follows: Group I winter planting (NL week 44 to week 8) Group II spring planting (NL week 9 to week 26) Group III summer planting (NL week 16 to week 26) F1 Cessna III Medium to large double flowers in a wide colour range, stem length 75 cm. Very uniform plant habit and flowering time, also within the range. Very reliable and high-yielding series. 12361305 Cessna Blue blue 12361367 Cessna Deep Rose deep rose, dark center 12361366 Cessna Rose mid rose 12361365 Cessna Red rosy red with red-tinted buds 12361363 Cessna Vogue cherry red with white center, semi-double 12361350 Cessna Green green 12361393 Cessna Yellow Impr. yellow 12361386 Cessna Pure White pure white, large flowers 12361388 Cessna White Impr. pure white, medium-sized, fuller flowers 12361384 Cessna White No. 3 pure white, slightly more robust 12360668 Cessna Blue picotee white with blue aquarelle petal edge 12361364 Cessna Rose Picotee white with soft rose blush on the edge 12361305 Cessna Blue 10 12361366 Cessna Rose 12361350 Cessna Green 12361386 Cessna Pure White 12361364 Cessna Rose Picotee Cmroeraeting

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Adom F1 III A high standard strain with large single flowers in unique colours. Stem length easily reaches 75 cm. The culture takes slightly longer (10-14 days) than other varieties. 12369998 Adom Deep Red intense rosy red onbroad, wavy petals 12369972 Adom Red Picotee white with distinct rosy red edge 12369998 Adom Deep Red 12369972 Adom Red Picotee Stand Alone 12362084 Asenka F1 III 12369975 Carice Lavender F1III 12360080 Castor White F1 III-IV 12360064 Colorado Purple Impr. II 12360070 Curly Panther F1 I 12360075 Cynthia F1 White I – II 12360046 Lilac Shadow F1 I – II 12360045 Milac Shadow F1 I – II 12360991 Ophira F1 III NEW deep purple blue, single flowers rich lavender, medium- sized, single,very popular variety white, medium-sized single flowers, excellent for mid season and late plantings large single purple flowers mid rose single flowers performs well in early season plantings very early flowering type, tulip-shaped flowers with slightly fringed petal edges, very tidy and upright habit large single flowers with a unique silvery lilac shadow on the petalsthe flower centre is white small-flowered, single, tulip-shaped white with lilac blush and edge large and fullydouble flowers with broad, wavy petals in a splendid moon yellow colour 12362084 Asenka F1 III Creating more 12360991 Ophira F1 III NEW 11

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F1 Minilisi II Minilisi is a versatile cut flower with an abundance of small blooms and buds. The series includes single and double flowered as well as picotee varieties. Height 70 cm. Uniform flowering time, also within the series. When using growth regulators it also has a high potential as pot plant. 12360964 12360968 12360987 12360965 12360969 12360967 12360988 Minilisi® Blue Double Minilisi® Rose Double Minilisi® White Double Minilisi® Blue Single Minilisi® Pink Single Minilisi® Rose Single Minilisi® White Single 12360968 Minilisi® Rose Double 12360965 Minilisi® Blue Single 12 12360969 Minilisi® Pink Single 12360967 Minilisi® Rose Single 12360988 Minilisi® White Single Cmroeraeting

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Tanacetum parthenium Amazone and Baya Years of breeding and long experience with Tanacetum cultivation have led to these successful cut flower selections. Two top varieties are Amazone and Baya which have proven themselves in the market. They are valued only for their attractive flowers, but even more for their ‘operational safety’. They produce a large number of first quality, uniform flower stems, have a better tolerance to disease and can thrive with less favourable climatic conditions. Tanacetum can be grown year round, 5 to 6 crops per year, provided that assimilation light is available. It requires a minimum of 12 hours of light. The production period varies between 8 and 12 weeks from transplant. Amazone Double-flowered type with fully double yellow flower buttons of approx. 2 cm across. Excellent plant habit, sufficient stem length and good foliage quality. Height 60-80 cm. Baya® Scentless selection with multiple small, pure white snowball type flowers of almost 2 cm across, held above lacy foliage. Uniform in growth, flowering time and quality. Height 60-80 cm. 18180001 Amazone PVP Plant Variety Protection - reproduction prohibited 18180004 Baya® Creating more 13

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Matthiola incana (Stock) Matthiola (Stock) is a cool weather cut flower with highly scented flower spikes in attractive colours on non-branched sturdy stems. Evanthia’s breeding of Matthiola is focussed on high quality strains suitable for both early and late plantings, thus extending supply to the florist market. The Centum and Jordyn series are both perfect for production in the cooler (Dutch and West European) climate. They will do equally well in other cool regions in the world. • The Jordan series is bred for early to mid season plantings. • Centum performs best in winter and late season plantings. • The Coselja series is for summer plantings and cultivation in warm areas. Culture For cool areas we recommend sowing to late spring at the latest (NL plant week 20-22) for harvesting mid summer (NL week 30). Too high temperatures and light intensity have a negative influence on the bud forming. For warmer regions, it is recommended sowing late summer for harvesting approx. 12 weeks later, or sowing in autumn for cutting late winter. For a long vase life the optimum cutting stage is when the first 4 to 5 flowers have opened. Centum series Centum series performs well in winter to late spring plantings (NL plant week 6 - 22) for flowering in spring and early summer due to its higher tolerance to warmth and light intensity. Centum series is renowned for its well-built flower spikes, heavy stem quality and bright colour range. Height is 60 cm. 15541010 15541012 15541015 15541014 15541046 15541066 15541068 15541064 15541070 15541086 Centum Carmine Centum Cream Centum Deep Rose Centum Deep Blue Centum Lavender Centum Red Centum Rose Centum Soft Pink Centum Violet Centum White 15541014 Centum Deep Blue 15541046 Centum Lavender 15541068 Centum Rose 14 Cmroeraeting

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Jordyn series Earliness has been the breeding focus of the Jordyn series. Jordyn has an excellent plant habit and high quality flower spikes of 60 cm. When planted in early winter (NL week 48) it will flower mid spring (NL April). When planted in spring (NL up to week 18) it will flower 7 to 9 weeks later. 15541203 15541006 15541211 15541206 Jordyn Apricot Jordyn Cherry Blossom Jordyn Cream Jordyn Deep Blue 15541268 15541245 15541266 15541286 Jordyn Deep Rose Jordyn Lavender Jordyn Red Jordyn White 15541211 Jordyn Cream 15541268 Jordyn Deep Rose 15541286 Jordyn White Coselja series Coselja is a cross-breeding between a European and a Japanese Stock type. The foliage is darker green and more elliptic and the flowers a bit larger. The stems are taller, up to 75-80 cm. Depending on the culture Coselja is 2 to 3 weeks later to flower when comparred to the other Matthiola series described. 15540870 15540810 15540814 15540846 Coselja Apricot Coselja Carmine Coselja Deep Rose Coselja Lavender 15540858 15540868 15540886 15540892 Coselja Antique Rose Coselja Rose Coselja White Coselja Yellow 15540870 Coselja Apricot 15540810 Coselja Carmine 15540814 Coselja Deep Rose 15540868 Coselja Rose 15540886 Coselja White Milla series A brand new selection for early plantings. Milla series is very uniform, has an excellent flower quality and grows 5 to 10 cm taller than other series. A promising new series, now consisting of three colours, and more to follow. 15532003 15532045 15532087 Milla Apricot NEW Milla Lavender NEW Milla White NEW Creating more 15532003 Milla Apricot NEW 15532045 Milla Lavender NEW 15532087 Milla White NEW 15

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