Danziger Holds Premier Design Event for Cut Flower Favorite

Danziger-Scabiosa-Scoop-SeriesThe global cut-flower industry is demanding rich textures, multi-petals, extra layers, intense colors, and full appearance flowers. To address this need, Danziger introduced the Scabiosa ‘Scoop’ series. This innovative cut flower variety has gradually expanded to a series.

“Taking an old, forgotten crop, our breeders, using advanced breeding technologies, have brought it back to life,” says Anat Moshes, Vice President Cut Flowers Sales at Danziger.


With more than eight colors and bi-color varieties, stronger stems, and high productivity, the series has become very successful in Europe, the Middle East, and the U.S.

To highlight the versatility and beauty of this variety, Danziger recently hosted a special event at its facility in Israel dedicated to the Scoop series. More than 25 flower designers were invited for an open workshop evening where they could touch and feel the flowers. They also created free-style arrangements using mainly Scoop.

“We knew Scoop was gaining popularity when we started receiving more requests for sourcing options from wholesalers, importers, and retailers from across the U.S. and Europe,” says Liat Kaplan, Global Marketing Manager at Danziger.

“We have collected numerous arrangements and real-life bouquets from different markets, each with its own character, color palette, and style. The common theme was that, in many cases, designers used it the same way they use cushion mums,” Kaplan adds. “Florists told us they fell in love with the unique appearance, and some even mentioned that it took them a while to connect the Scoop with the Scabiosa flowers they knew in the past.”

During the event, dozens of different arrangements, large and small, classic and extravagant, and even flower-made jewelry, were created and photographed. Danziger will be publishing an inspiration brochure based on this event.

“Personally, I am in love with this flower. It’s unique, different, full of color, and very versatile,” says Baruch Nutovitz, a top designer, who was the professional leader of this event. “You can actually use it in an arrangement at any stage — closed, open, or even after all the leaves have fallen. I travel a lot around the world to gather inspiration from different markets, and no doubt, the Scoop answers the global trend of rich, cushion-style flowers.”