Floriculture though a growing industry in India, the country is endowed with a climate and geography for growing many kinds of flowers. Flowers such as rose, carnation, chrysanthemum, orchids, archilea, anthurium, tulip, and lily along with chrysanthemum, gaillardia, marigold and tuberose are readily available for export in whole and cut forms.
In India floriculture is a sunrise industry and it is 100% export oriented. There is a steady increase of demand for Indian flowers in the world markets. Indian floriculture industry is now shifting from traditional flowers to Cut Flower exporting.
The important flowers being exported from India in both whole and cut flower form include Rose, Carnation, Jasmine, Chrysanthemum, Gargera, Gladiolus, Gypsophila, Liastris, Nerine, Orchids, Archilea, Anthuriu, Tulip, and Lilies. Floriculture crops like Gerberas, Carnation, etc. are grown in green houses. The open field crops are Chrysanthemum, Roses, Jasmine, Gaillardia, Lily, Mary Gold, Aster, Tuberose etc.
All the flower growing centre in India have specialised storage facilties where flowers are kept in controlled temperature conditions, with considerable attention to the value added services in order to prolong shelf life.
500 Grams packets in PP bags x 20 in a Thermo-Cool master box as required for exports. Excellent facilities of Ice-Cooled boxes, Cold Storage or Reefer vans are available for transport from the production centres and to the Airport and thus of very good quality and longer vase life.
2-3 days with 70-90 % Freshness of flowers, 10-50 % Flower Opening Index and 75-85 % Colour Retention Index.
Plant Quarantine (PQ) Certification from Govt. accredited body, APEDA as per customer requirements.
Chennai, Coimbatore or Tiruchirapalli Airport, India.
Any Airport as required by customer.
FOB / CFR / CIF according to Inco Terms 2010 and as per customer requirement.
100 % TT or Irrevocable L / C.
With in 5 days from the date of receipt of Confirmed Purchase Order and Payment Instrument (L/C documents or TT payment).
While the Fresh Cut (Loose) Flowers (traditional crops like Mary Gold, Jasmine, Rose, etc.) are usually supplied by Weight “on per kg” basis, the Garlands or Bouquets are sold “on per piece” basis.