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Cape Mountain Flora

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About Cape Mountain Flora

Cape Mountain Flora

Cape Mountain Flora sources the best quality and most sought-after products from independent farms in South Africa, aiding in the long-term development of the fresh cut protea and flora industry.

Due to protea and fynbos farming being especially labor intensive, it provides jobs for thousands of farmworkers in the Western Cape region. By supporting the industry, we contribute to the socio-economic welfare of those directly involved in the growing and harvesting of these exceptional floral products.

Protecting the Landscapes

Cape Mountain Flora understands the impact of floral exports on the environment, and so, we try to protect our protea and fynbos landscapes by participating in sustainable harvesting and ethical trading, adhering to the Code of Best Practice. Each stem is hand-picked from either cultivated stock or renewable sources which are closely monitored, ensuring that strict environmental and social standards are adhered to.

This company also takes its carbon footprint into account and therefore only makes use of passenger aircraft (never air cargo) and sea freight forwarders to transport its products. All products are sourced from growers producing their flora naturally (in the open air with no artificial lighting or heating), which is beneficial to our ecology and environment as the plants reduce the amount of carbon dioxide and release oxygen as a by-product.

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