Are you thinking of having a colorful Christmas this festive season? Look no further than Premier Roses Ltd, Uganda’s leading hub for flowers that are unique in look and corporate in nature.
Premier Roses specializes in the production of cut roses for not only local consumption but also for export hence boosting the nation’s economy.
The company employs ongoing programs, which enable the improvement of quality flowers due to the favorable weather conditions, the company is able to consistently produce over 12 million rose stems every month, all with the same high quality.
Based in Entebbe, Premier Roses Ltd is the largest exporter of flowers in Uganda and commands around 40% of all the country’s raised exports under its objective of achieving the highest standards of Good Agricultural Produce (GAP), environmental conservation, reduced use of agrochemicals and improved efficiency in the use of natural resources.
The company’s greenhouses are irrigated by a modern, automated water-pumping unit, which feeds the fully computerized hydroponics systems.
According to Premier Roses Ltd, the following categories of roses are produced: Sweetheart Roses; Valentino (dark red), Viva (bright yellow), Chelsea (orange), Red Calypso (bright red), Meera (champagne), Akito (white).
Others are; Blushing Akito (pink), Raspberry King (dark red), Jambo (bright red) and Intermediate Roses; Ace Pink (pink), Bella Rose (pink), Sunny Star (yellow), Furiosa (dark red), Tropical Amazone (orange), Banjo (pink), Labelle (peach), Soraya (yellow), Athena (white).
“At Premier Roses we aren’t just farmers, we are a company of innovators. Our vibrant colour roses are pleasant to the eye and are unmistakably unique with a 7-day vase life guarantee at the customer’s point. Our attention to detail, unwavering quality control, and forward-thinking efforts in environmental sustainability make us stand out from the crowd,” a staff revealed about the company.
You can contact Premier Roses at its head office located at Crane Chambers, First Floor, Plot 38 Kampala Road, Kampala, Uganda or contact them via +256 41 4343500.