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Ecuadorian roses to make debut in Kunming

By : InKunming|Updated: 2011-09-02

"Royal Roses" adds extra investments to the fertilizer and planting technology so that every single bud is robust and intact and at least 30 petals are preserved. [Xinhua]
 

With several years'development, China (Kunming) International Flower Exhibition has attracted exhibitors from different countries and regions for its professionalism and internationalization. The American "Royal Roses" company officially takes part in the exhibition, brings the Ecuadorian roses to Kunming for the first time.

"Royal Roses" is an American wholly owned company, has established subsidiaries in American, Ecuador, Holland, Germany and other countries. The fist affiliate farm of “Royal Roses” was set up in Ecuador in 1991.

“We add extra investments to the fertilizer and planting technology so that every single bud is robust and intact and at least 30 petals are preserved.” Ms Xie from “Royal Roses” said, for a long time, the "Royal Roses" is famous for “the thick and long stem diameter, straight upright, large and bright buds, lasted bloom period “of its flowers. Entered Chinese market in 2011 officially, Beijing was selected to be the first city to carry out the business and all roses sold are planted in Ecuadorian farm.

Ecuadorian flowers are famous for its distinguished breed and distinctive beauty, and are considered as one of the world's best flowers. Horticultural industry is also one of the core industries of the national economy, 95% of the flowers planted in Ecuador are exported. It makes Ecuador the third largest flower exporting county, following Netherland and Colombia.

Ms. Xie said, through China (Kunming) International Flower Exhibition, “Royal Roses” will research and explore the possibility that exploiting Chinese market further forward as well as display and advertise Ecuadorian flowers to Kunming citizens. By then, Kunming residents will enjoy the top level various, colorful, full of Blossoming buds Ecuadorian roses.((Reporter:Simon Zhang, editor:Minnie Mao)

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