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Greenrose

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Ecuador

Year Round - Greenhouse
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About Greenrose

Greenrose has been for over 19 years now one of the most renowned trademarks in the flower business. An Ecuadorian rose growing farm located in the Andean region of Cayambe 3,000 meters above sea level. The farm’s geographical position is key to producing a distinctive quality of rose. Greenrose is right at the equator line, where the perpendicular solar radiation combined with the high altitude allows the flowers to develop truly bright colors, tall stems, and big blooms. The company grows more than 100 premium varieties. They offer a wide assortment of roses, for the needs of the most demanding markets. Greenrose has an important presence in the markets of Europe and the United States. We are very strong in major cities of the united states such as New York, Washington DC, Chicago, and other areas. Our commercial strategy has been to target high-end customers who prefer a superior product. Our brand has been delivered to the White House, to celebrities and many other customers.
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Greenrose Greenrose Main Office, Quito, Ecuador


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Articles about this grower

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The Meaning of the 10 Most Popular Flowers as Gifts
Feb 08 | 7 min read
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Feb 08 | 5 min read
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Jan 18 | 4 min read
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