Syngenta Flowers Inc. announces it is donating more than 1,000 potted plants valued at $10,000 to four local nonprofit organizations in Greensboro, N.C.
Friends with Flowers, Greensboro Beautiful, Greensboro Housing Authority and Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro received their first potted plant during a community reception, hosted by Syngenta on Wednesday evening, April 25, at the Greensboro Coliseum.
The flowers and reception were part of Syngenta’s Crop Demonstration Days, an invitation-only event held at the Coliseum on April 25 and 26. Syngenta hosts the event for its North American customers, industry partners, community leaders and 1,100 North Carolina employees. Participants toured ten exhibits highlighting the company’s integrated strategy as well as innovative products and solutions.
Approximately 1,400 potted plants, including Laser and Sierra cyclamen, Velocity salvia, Calliope geraniums, and Covington and Deep Presidio pot mums, bred by Syngenta and grown by greenhouse growers, were distributed to the community organizations at the close of the event.
To learn more about Syngenta Flowers Inc., visit www.syngentaflowersinc.com.