In the Tabasco area of Mexico, a 5ha tropical flower farm has been put up for sale. At the Expo Agroalimentaria that took place earlier this month, owners Alejandra Yris and Arialdo Magana promoted their flowers and announced the sale of their property.
Alejandra Yris and Arialdo Magana at the Expo Agroalimentaria in Irapuato, Mexico.
Annually, their farm, called Tabasco Tropiflor, produces 500,000 stems of different types of flowers. They produce different types of tropical flowers, but Red Torch Ginger, Golden Torch, Red Ginger, Shampoo Ginger, H. Rostrata and Maya Blood are the main ones.
Currently, they are supplying the flowers all over Mexico, where they are used in floral decorations, to garnish business places and several events. But Tropiflor also send them abroad. The flowers have been exported for shows in Vancouver, Canada and the potential to export to USA is there. "There is no ban on these flowers and no known disease that could prevent import into the USA."
For more information
Blanca Whizar de Yres
Paseo Tabasco 1112
What's App: +1 (780) 265-6712