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Imported Fresh Holland Flowers

Pioneers in the industry, we offer Imported Fresh Holland Flowers such as Imported Callalily Flower, Imported Allium Flower, Imported Amaryllis Flower, Imported Bear Grass, Imported Chrysanthemum Flower, Imported Cymbidium Flower and many more.

Imported Calla Lilies
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Start with a very clean vase. Fill it with fresh, cool water; add one pack of the included cut-flower food to the vase. Handle calla lilies with care because they can bruise easily. Hold each stem next to your vase to gauge how much you'll need to trim. Using a sharp knife, cut stems at a 45-degree angle so they won't sit flat in the vase. This allows for better water absorption. Calla lilies are particularly thirsty flowers. Use the extra pack of cut-flower food with your first water change. Check the water level in your vase often, and add more water as necessary. Recondition your callas every two or three days: Recut the stems, change the water, and add nourishment. To nourish the flowers after the flower food is used up, refill your vase with a solution of one teaspoon sugar and two drops liquid bleach per gallon of fresh water. Keep flowers in a cool area away from drafts and out of direct sun.

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Imported Callalily Cut Flower
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Being a patron’s-centric company, we are highly immersed in offering a broad assortment of Callalily Flowers. Our offered flowers are highly demanded in the market for their sweet fragrance and freshness. We are offering these flowers to our customers at market leading rates.

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  • Pleasant fragrance
  • Fresh
  • Safe to use

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Imported King Protea Cut Flower
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Fresh South African Protea Cynoriods imported from Holland !!!

Available colors Pink, Red and White.

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Imported Fresh Holland Tulips
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Minimum Order Quantity: 5 Kilogram

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· Currently, there are around 75 wild species of tulips and 150 species in total with over 3000 varieties.

· The word tulip is derived from a Persian word called delband, which means turban. It is generally believed that it was called this due to the turban-shaped nature of the flower. However, this might have been a translation error as it was fashionable to wear tulips on turbans at the time.

· Tulips are perennials (a plant that lives for more than 2 years), they bloom in spring, usually for only 3-7 days.

· Tulips grow from bulbs and being native to mountainous areas the tulip needs a period of cold dormancy, known as vernalization. So they should be planted in the fall (Autumn) and thrive best in climates with cool springs and dry summers.

· The tulip is usually sweetly scented and depending on the variety it can grow from a few inches to over two feet tall. The flower has a variety of shapes and it comes in most colors although there are no pure blue varieties.

· Tulips normally have one flower per stem, however a few species have up to 4 flowers on a single stem.

· Tulips are a part of the lily family.

· The tulip is native to central Asia and eventually made its way to Turkey. But it was when the flower was first cultivated in the Netherlands that it really came to prominence.

· The Dutch obsession with tulips began with Flemish botanist Carolus Clusius. When he was made director of Leiden University's new Hortus Botanicus (botanical garden) in 1593 he planted some of his own tulip bulbs. As a result, 1594 is considered the official date of tulips first blooming in Holland.

· Carolus Clusius was also the first person to identify "broken tulips" which is a viral infection that caused beautiful streaks in the petals. Clusius would go on to create many new color variations of tulips.

· Tulips started to become highly prized in Holland in the 1600s as some of Clusius unique tulip variations at Leiden became much sought after.

· This led to a period from 1634 to 1637 known as "Tulip mania" when enthusiasm for the new flower started an economic frenzy and one of the world's first 'speculative bubbles'. The value of tulips shot up nearly overnight, they became the most expensive flower in the world, so expensive that they were treated as a form of currency.

· At the peak of tulip mania certain bulbs were selling for 10 times more than the annual income of a skilled worker and a valuable tulip bulb could change hands up to ten times in a day. Tulip mania was short-lived though and the whole economy eventually crashed.

· Today, the Netherlands is still the world's main producer of commercially sold tulips, producing as many as 3 billion bulbs annually, mostly for export.

· Tulip petals are actually able to be eaten, during the Dutch famine of 1944 in WWII people often had to resort to eating sugar beets and tulips.

· The tulip is the national flower or Turkey and Afghanistan.

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Imported Amaryllis Cut Flower
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We are one of the leading companies of Amaryllis Flowers in the market. The offered variety of product is developed using supreme quality material in accordance with the international quality principles. Highly valued for our faultless product deliveries, we ensure that our products are delivered to the customers within the assured time at the clients’ doorstep.

Features:
  • Mild fragrance
  • Hygienically packed
  • Non allergic

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Imported Chrysanthemum Cut Flower
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Imported Chrysanthemum Cut Flower

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Minimum Order Quantity: 5 Piece

We are considered an exceptional organization in the market, engaged in offering a wide assortment of Chrysanthemum Flowers to the market. These offered flowers are broadly demanded in the market outstanding to their features like freshness and many more. Apart from this, our customers can avail these products form us at feasible prices.

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  • Exotic aroma
  • Freshness
  • Safely packed

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Imported Eustoma Cut Flower
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We are one of the recognized organizations of the industries affianced in providing an extensive assortment of Eustoma Flowers to the market. Completely developed as per the requirements of our customers, these products are accessible with us at market leading prices. Apart from this, we promise timely delivery of these products at our customers’ end to accomplish maximum customers’ gratification.

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  • Appealing fragrance
  • Attractive looks
  • Non allergic

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Imported Tulip Cut Flower
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Imported Tulip Cut Flower

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Minimum Order Quantity: 5 Kilogram(s)

· Currently, there are around 75 wild species of tulips and 150 species in total with over 3000 varieties.

· The word tulip is derived from a Persian word called delband, which means turban. It is generally believed that it was called this due to the turban-shaped nature of the flower. However, this might have been a translation error as it was fashionable to wear tulips on turbans at the time.

· Tulips are perennials (a plant that lives for more than 2 years), they bloom in spring, usually for only 3-7 days.

· Tulips grow from bulbs and being native to mountainous areas the tulip needs a period of cold dormancy, known as vernalization. So they should be planted in the fall (Autumn) and thrive best in climates with cool springs and dry summers.

· The tulip is usually sweetly scented and depending on the variety it can grow from a few inches to over two feet tall. The flower has a variety of shapes and it comes in most colors although there are no pure blue varieties.

· Tulips normally have one flower per stem, however a few species have up to 4 flowers on a single stem.

· Tulips are a part of the lily family.

· The tulip is native to central Asia and eventually made its way to Turkey. But it was when the flower was first cultivated in the Netherlands that it really came to prominence.

· The Dutch obsession with tulips began with Flemish botanist Carolus Clusius. When he was made director of Leiden University's new Hortus Botanicus (botanical garden) in 1593 he planted some of his own tulip bulbs. As a result, 1594 is considered the official date of tulips first blooming in Holland.

· Carolus Clusius was also the first person to identify "broken tulips" which is a viral infection that caused beautiful streaks in the petals. Clusius would go on to create many new color variations of tulips.

· Tulips started to become highly prized in Holland in the 1600s as some of Clusius unique tulip variations at Leiden became much sought after.

· This led to a period from 1634 to 1637 known as "Tulip mania" when enthusiasm for the new flower started an economic frenzy and one of the world's first 'speculative bubbles'. The value of tulips shot up nearly overnight, they became the most expensive flower in the world, so expensive that they were treated as a form of currency.

· At the peak of tulip mania certain bulbs were selling for 10 times more than the annual income of a skilled worker and a valuable tulip bulb could change hands up to ten times in a day. Tulip mania was short-lived though and the whole economy eventually crashed.

· Today, the Netherlands is still the world's main producer of commercially sold tulips, producing as many as 3 billion bulbs annually, mostly for export.

· Tulip petals are actually able to be eaten, during the Dutch famine of 1944 in WWII people often had to resort to eating sugar beets and tulips.

· The tulip is the national flower or Turkey and Afghanistan.

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Imported Cymbidium Cut Flower
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Imported Protea Pincushion Cut Flower
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Imported Allium Cut Flower
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Imported Green Thlaspi Cut Flower
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Imported Ilex Berry Cut Flower
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Imported Liatris Cut Flower
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Imported Peony Cut Flower
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Imported Phalaenopsis Cut Flower
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Imported Protea Cynaroides Cut Flower
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Imported Ranunculus Cut Flower
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Vanda Orchid

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Imported Hydrangea Cut Flower
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Hydrangea are imported from holland and colombia.

They are magestic flowers mostly used for wedding decor and in Hotel lobby arraingements

We import Hydrangeas in different colors, White, Pink, Green, Orange, Purple every week in Mumbai.

These are supplied across India.

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Bear Grass

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Minimum Order Quantity: 5 Kilogram

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