Roseline keeps blooming in the Russian flower market

Roseline was founded in 2005 and, up until 2022, grew cut roses on 9 hectares in Dmitrov, in the Moscow region. In 2022 they got an additional 12 hectares in Ramenskoye, in the same region, a welcome expansion to keep up when it comes to providing the market with their rose varieties.

“We plan to finish planting our 12 hectares and hope that the flower consumption culture in Russia will continue to develop so people will be buying flowers not only as a present for the holidays but will also be decorating their everyday life with them,” says Pavel Sokolov, Commercial Director at Roseline.

“We always try to plant more interesting varieties. Our managers stay in touch with florists in order to get a feel for and understand all of the new trends in the flower industry. This mobility allows us to ‘catch the wave’ and stay on top of our game. We also try to develop the logistics to provide faster and easier service for our clients,” Pavel concludes.

As of yet, the company only sells their roses throughout the country and doesn’t export them abroad. However, a week ago, they signed a contract with new partners from Belarus and are going to start selling flowers there later this month.

For more information:
Pavel Sokolov, Commercial director
Tel.: 8 (965) 317 4641

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