Eureca: an innovative new company for a changing world of plants and flowers.
Eureca thinks different.

Why Eureca?

1At Eureca, we believe we will be happier people if we share. It is this simple principle, that made us found our business and inspires us everyday.

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2Eureca provides free forecasts for growers all over the world. Due to total transparency growers get a fair idea of their potential revenues.

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3Products sold at FloraHolland are directly paid to the Eureca escrow. Due to this unique escrow facility growers will always get their money.

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4The Eureca brand adds value for growers and gives B2B buyers a B2C tool that will significantly distinguish their products in the consumer market.


Eureca hits FloraHolland clock

Eureca has finished its final preparations to hit the FloraHolland clock thursday, april 19, at the FloraHolland auction at Eelde, Holland.  Flower and foliage handling was carried out by the professionals of the FloraHolland import department. Buyers meet the beautiful Alpina Purpurata [Red Ginger], Ophio Jab T-grass-Green and Variegata and Phoenix Roebelinii among others at Eureca’s first appearance at Eelde this year.

Eureca introduces Dracaena tops

Eureca proudly introduces Dracaena tops at its first appearance at FloraHolland, Eelde, april 19. The tops provide all new possibilities in styling and are an interesting alternative for the leaf-cut foliage. Eureca tops are currently available as Dracaena Bicolor and Dracaena Marginata Green, which are about to get some company soon as Cycas Revoluta, Cordyline Red Sister and Cordyline Tricolor are expected.

Eureca Pricelist available

Eureca is proud to announce it will release its Foliage and Flowers pricelist soon. As expected, the prices will reflect both Eureca’s A1 quality and Eureca’s efficient logistics. At this time, Eureca will ship about 10 different species of exotic flowers and some 20 different species of surprising foliage. Want to know more? Ask Jur and be the first to know!


Calathea Rattlesnake

The Calathea Rattlesnake is a very rare species of the Calathea. Calathea, according to Wikipedia, is a genus of plants belonging to the family Marantaceae. The Rattlesnake flower is very rare, and as far as we know only found in Central America. 

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Musa Coccinea

Musa Coccinea, commonly known as scarlet banana or red-flowering banana, is according to Wikipedia a bat-pollinated plant in the banana and plantain family native to tropical China 

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Red Ginger

Red Ginger (Alpinia purpurata), also called Ostrich Plume and Pink Cone Ginger, are according tot Wikipedia native Malaysian plants with showy flowers on long brightly colored red bracts.

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Heliconia Rostrata

The Heliconia Rostrata is a species of the Heliconia, much like a uni-color red Wagneriana. Heliconia, derived from the Greek word helikonios, is according to Wikipedia a genus of about 100 to 200 species

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Eureca Guatemala video conference is a succes

Eureca organized a successful video conference with the Guatemala Export Association. During the two hour conference many interesting issues were addressed and the Eureca team was able to introduce their new approach to the Guatemalan growers. Eureca was honored by the presence of the FloraHolland export manager.

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