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    FrutPlanet is a leading exporter of fruits, vegetables, spices, flowers, and more. One variety of flowers that we export includes rose flowers. Request a quote to export a quote with us!

    Colours: Roses have numerous naturally occurring colours that include red and violet, although some varieties are blue, pink, orange, white, and black. It is hard to tell the colour of the rose flower before they blossom. At FrutPlanet, we boast of having a vast network of flower farmers and experts to sort out your specifications. Whether you want black, red or any other colour roses, we guarantee nothing less of satisfaction.

    Scent: Over 24 different rose scents are distributed amongst the varieties. The scent spectrum ranges from delighting to sharp, unpleasant scents. One rose flower variety that most rose lovers object to is the Rose Foetida, which can be a little irritating. However, generally, roses have a fruity, delicious smell. Our team at FrutPlanet follows your specifications to ensure we ship fresh roses. 

    Sizes: Flowers have different sizes; consequently, the sizes dictate the prices. The sizes of stems and petals define the sizes. The size of the petals ranges from 0.5  to 3 inches. Our first category, whose rose buds diameter is less than an inch, the second category are 1, and 2 inches thick, third category are 2 and 3 inches wide. Irrespective of the bud size you want, our team can help. Request a quote or contact our customer service team.

    Bud’s Tightness: Our team at FrutPlanet is keen on exporting flowers whose buds are firm and tight. When harvesting, we cut and shake the flowers to ensure that the buds are firm and not easily bent. Additionally, we pack and space the flowers carefully to avoid bruising petals and to keep them fresh.

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        Roses have water that is distilled from the rose petal using steam. This rose water has enormous benefits in modern society. Apart from being used as a fragrance, here are other health benefits of rose water;

        Soothes Skin Irritation: Rose water is a great anti-inflammatory and helps treat ailments, external and internal. Research shows that rose extract protects the fibroblast cells against damage from hydrogen peroxide. One such condition that has the same effects as peroxide is Eczema. The condition causes itchy, red, and dry irritation of the skin. 

        The rose water achieves this by tightening the pores, toning, and promoting flawless skin. The antioxidants in the rose water heals the skin by reducing wrinkles and maintaining its PH. Some of the damage is caused on the skin by bacteria that end up causing infection. The rose water has phytochemicals and naturally presents antibacterials that strain microbes and bacteria.

        It has Antidepressant Properties: Rose flower extracts have been shown to contain flavonoids that keep the mind a mile away from depression. Experts claim that drinking rose tea regularly reduces menstrual cramping in women. In addition, oils with rose extract greatly help overcome stress, anxiety, and depression.

        A study by the University of Para ba Caixa, Department of Physiology and Pathology, inhaling or drinking rose tea has a soothing effect. It brings about an increase in calmness, relaxation, lowered breathing rate and blood pressure, etc. 

        Aids in Weight Loss: Rose petals have relevant compounds that boost your efforts towards losing weight. The compounds and antioxidants in roses increase metabolism and aid in reducing toxins. Additionally, research shows that eating rose petals satisfies your hunger senses and prevents you from feeling hungry.

        Heals Body Cuts Fast: Rose flowers have antiseptic properties and antioxidants, which ray an important role in preventing and treating infections and damage to cells. The antiseptics and antibacterial properties help wounds and cuttings in the body heal faster. The compounds repair damaged cells in the body and kill bacteria that could cause more trouble to the scar. 

        We grade roses into three categories, A1, A2, and B1, depending on how well they meet a few sorting factors. But before grading, we eliminate flowers with physical damage, contamination, deficiencies, parasites, etc. Our experts ensure that all flowers have uniformity of colour, thickness, buds, and sturdiness depending on the category we group them in.

        Some of the physical factors that FrutPlanet considers when grouping flowers include:

        Length: We ensure that rose flowers under the same category have the same stem length. Our team re-organises the roses after harvesting to ensure they’re uniform. Most roses are sold in bunches; therefore, we love making it easy and standard for our customers.

        Freshness: FrutPlanet works fast once the order is confirmed to ensure fresh rose flowers are delivered. Rose flowers tend to lose their scent as they drain off the water.  Harvesting and packaging flowers at FrutPlanet is swift, more than any other products we export.

        Size of Buds: Some buds are larger than others. We essentially grade roses depending on their bud size to ensure uniformity. We classify the size of rose buds into small, medium, and larger.

        Once graded, we proceed to package the roses for our customer delivery.  We export the roses in cardboard boxes that have plastic sleeves. The sleeves are prorated to ensure airflow in and out of the bunch. Inside the cardboards are well-organized bunches of 10 to 20 pieces of roses folded together. The flowers are folded to form a cone-like shape, with the upper side and the buds wider.

        All bunches are foiled together with a prorated plastic sleeve. Each package is folded individually to ensure they don’t rub against each other during the transition. Our aim here at FrutPlanet is to deliver the best roses you can ever expect. Request a quote from us today. 

        We have been exporting fruits, vegetables, flowers, species, etc., for years, delivering nothing less than quality. But our globally distributed customers love us because:

        Guaranteed Customer Satisfaction: Delivering what we promise is part of our mission, and we operate by it to date. We assure 100% customer satisfaction on all orders. We are strict followers of customer specifications, and we engage you throughout the process to ensure what you see is what you get.

        We Give Back: Since 2020, we have committed to giving back to the community and the farmers we partner with. We run a program that benefits the farmers through training, seminars, and other farm inputs that could help them improve their practices. Our community benefits from FrutPlanet through scholarships, donations, and charitable activities we perform annually. 10% of our annual profits go back to society.

        We Prioritise Quality: FrutPlanet never goes short of delivering quality products. We have a vast database of farmers we work with on all orders. Additionally, our experts are involved in every step to ensure that the quality we promise is what we deliver. In addition to that, we involve third-party certifying authorities to countercheck all our products before export.

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        How Does Frutplanet Measure The Freshness Of Flowers?

        Usually, fresh flowers have green leaves, and the stems are sturdy and healthy. In addition, the buds are bright and have a refreshing scent.

        How Does Frutplanet Grade Rose?

        We follow three major factors when grading roses for export: the length of the stem, the size of the buds, and the physical traits for freshness.

        How Are Cut Rose Flowers Packed?

        We pack the flowers in moisture-proof cardboard boxes and folded with sleeves to protect them from bruises and damage. FrutPlanet packs the flowers in a bunch or either 10 or 20 flowers, depending on the category.

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