Over the last decade, Kenya's flower exports have increased a lot. From exporting close to 15,000 tons in 2010 to 200,000 tons a year in 2022. This is explained by Clement Tulezi, CEO of Kenya Flower Council, in this video below, published on the Twitter page of Kenya Export Promotion and Branding Agency.
He also stresses that Kenya is one of the top 4 producers and exporters of cut flowers and that they have held that position for a long time. "Every day, we are growing, both in terms of revenue and in terms of volumes."
Kenya is known for their roses. Almost 75% of their flowers are roses. And as they, due to the climate conditions, can be produced both at low and high altitudes, enables them to produce a large range of small and large-headed roses, in turn offering a large range.
Eager to learn more about Kenya and Kenya Flower Council? They will be exhibiting at the IFTF in Vijfhuizen, the Netherlands, this week, from November 9-11.
INTERNATIONAL FLORICULTURE TRADE FAIR— Kenya Export Promotion and Branding Agency (@MakeItKenya) November 7, 2022
We are known for roses, almost 75% of our flowers are roses. If anyone is looking for roses, the place to be is Kenya - Clement Tulezi, CEO @kenyaflowerhttps://t.co/bFi3QAgePo #BoldBeautifulKenyanFlower @Trade_Kenya @IndustryKE @kembassyNL pic.twitter.com/7CVgN1QtNE
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Kenya Flower Council
Kenya Export Promotion and Branding Agency