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Ecuador: The journey of the rose at Royal Flowers

Royal Flowers is an Ecuadorian rose grower that started with producing flowers in a 4ha farm in 1992 and has expanded the farm to 140 ha and is still growing. In this -less than four minute- video, the journey of the Royal Flowers roses, from production till shipping out, has been filmed. Sit back and enjoy.



IPM Essen
Royal Flowers will be exhibiting at the IPM Essen, held at the Messe Essen in Germany from January 24-27, at stand 1D12.32.

For more information
Royal Flowers
Email: info@royalflowersgroup.com
www.royalflowersgroup.com


Publication date: 1/5/2017
Author: Elita Vellekoop
Copyright: www.floraldaily.com

 


 

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