Our Flowers

Rose Flowers

All our roses are produced in green houses to protect them from rain, wind and extreme temperatures. Humidification and dehumidification processes are followed to maintain proper humidity conditions within the greenhouses which are an important part to attain good head sizes and also to control pests and diseases. The flowers are graded, sorted, bunched and cut to grade before being kept in specially treated post harvest solution for rehydration.

The bunched flowers are kept in the final cold room to attain lower temperatures before being finally packed in flower boxes. Packaging of boxes is done inside the cold room. The flower are transported by refrigerated air freight and have a vase life of two weeks when properly taken care of.


We export various varieties of Lillies including Asiatic, Oriental lilies, Canna lily, peace lily, day lily among others.  When cutting lilies, we choose those with buds that are just about to open, with a bit of the flower color showing—leave those that are still tight and green. As soon as you get lilies inside, we trim the stem ends an inch or so, making a diagonal cut with a sharp knife. Before arranging in a vase, remove the lower leaves on the stems so that no foliage will be underwater. To help prolong the flowers’ life, add cut-flower food to the water.

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