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    FrutPlanet is among the trusted Kenyan Gypsophila exporters and suppliers serving florists, event planners, flower wholesalers, flower shops, supermarkets, and individual clients. We make it easier for customers to buy Gypsophilas online and export them globally.

    Our company also specialises in sourcing and exporting other agricultural products, including vegetables, fruits, spices, and cereals. Request a quote to buy fresh Gypsophilas wholesale flowers from Gypsophila exporters and suppliers that deliver on their promise.

    Gypsophila Flower Growing

    Gypsophila plants are native to Africa, Australia, Eurasia, and the Pacific Islands. Over the years, countries like the Netherlands, Kenya, Colombia, Ecuador, and Ethiopia have emerged as the leaders in Gypsophila flower growing and exporting.

    In 2020, the Netherlands exported cut flower varieties like Gypsophila valued at USD 4.01B. Colombia exported USD 1.42B, Ecuador USD 835M, Kenya USD 596M, and Ethiopia USD 191M.

    In Kenya, Gypsophila farming dates back to the 1940s, although increased farming came in the 1970s. The main Gypsophila flower growing areas include Naivasha, Mt. Kenya, Kericho, and Kiambu.

    If you are looking for Gypsophila exporters and suppliers with a proven track record in the industry, the search ends at FrutPlanet. We pick fresh flowers directly from the contracted growers in our network. We also assist with packaging, documentation, shipping, and risk management.

    Request a quote to buy Gypsophilas from wherever you are in the world.

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        Types Of Gypsophilas 

        Gypsophila incorporates more than 100 plant varieties. While the Gypsophila varieties vary by size and colour, the plants typically offer masses of pleasant flowers that are easy to handle.

        Flower farmers in Kenya grow the popular types of Gypsophilas, such as Baby’s Breath, Gypsophila White, Gypsophila Grandtastic, and Gypsophila Zinzi. Baby’s Breath is hands down the most widely cultivated variety, as it exhibits superior vase life, strong stems, and laterals.

        As leading Gypsophila exporters and suppliers, we have a network of flower farmers who grow and supply the sought-after Gypsophila varieties. Generate a quote to buy different Gypsophila types to suit your specific occasion.

        Gypsophila Price

        In 2022, the price of Gypsophilas per stem is between US$ 1.22 and US$3.45, depending on the Gypsophilas type, season, and market factors. The Gypsophila price in Kenyan Shilling is KES 150. A bunch can contain around 7 to 30 stems. However, the stems are bundled together by weight rather than by a strict stem count.

        Gypsophila flower prices fluctuate. In 2019, the starting wholesale Gypsophila price was approximately US$ 0.55 per stem, with the average price of Gypsophilas per stem at US$ 1.65. In 2020, the Gypsophila flower prices ranged from US$ 0.99 to US$ 2.68. In 2021, the price averaged US$ 1.57 per stem for bulk Gypsophila purchases.

        Before ordering from Gypsophila exporters and suppliers, consider requesting a cost estimate to evaluate the current Gypsophila price. At FrutPlanet, we will confirm the price of Gypsophilas per stem at the point of generating a quote to buy Gypsophilas.

        Gypsophila Harvesting, Sorting, And Packaging

        FrutPlanet harvests Gypsophila from selected farms following the Global GAP horticultural growing standards. 

        After harvesting the Gypsophilas plants, our workers place them in nets. Each net holds about 20-25 stems. We transport the freshly harvested stems to heated greenhouses for the flowers to open and bloom before sorting. This takes approximately 8 days.

        After the flowers begin blooming, our crew transfers them to the sorting area. We remove all the leaves from the stems. Then, our staff sorts the Gypsophilas according to stem length, size, colour, buds, and other quality parameters.

        Our sorters bundle together the stems as the customer requests. If not specified, we put the Gypsophilas together in bundles of 7-25 stems, adjusting the number as needed to meet the required weight for export.

        Next, we move the flowering plants to the cooling storage. The flowers will remain here for at least 8 hours before we pack them in well-organised and spaced boxes with plastic sleeves. At this point, the packages will be ready for transport to the airport.

        We accompany every consignment of flowers with a Phytosanitary Certificate from Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Services (KEPHIS). You can order Gypsophilas in bulk from FrutPlanet Gypsophila exporters and suppliers today.

        Buy Gypsophilas  Online And Delivering In Bulk

        At FrutPlanet, we act fast to ensure we deliver fresh Gypsophilas wholesale flowers right in time so clients can enjoy the charming, distinctive scent. After harvesting and packaging, the delivery process takes approximately 2-4 days. Our company ships all products by air freight.

        As top-rated Gypsophila exporters and suppliers, we source from farmers with adequate knowledge of quality standards for horticultural produce on the market. 

        We have HCD and Global GAP-certified farmers in main flower growing areas, including near the shores of Lake Naivasha, Kericho, Kiambu, Mt. Kenya, and Uasin Gishu.

        Where Can I Buy Gypsophilas 

        The Dutch, Kenyan, Colombian, Ecuadorian, and Ethiopian markets present the best sourcing opportunity for customers looking to buy Gypsophilas online. These markets control more than 70% of the global supply. Of the top 5 Gypsophilas export countries, Kenya and Ethiopia offer some of the best Gypsophila flower prices.

        When you want Gypsophila exporters and suppliers to help you source from Kenya and the neighbouring countries, you cannot go wrong with FrutPlanet.

        Since our founding, we have helped thousands of businesses and individual customers to export fresh flowers and plants to worldwide destinations. We have established ourselves as specialists in sourcing high-quality products, packaging, documentation, custom processing, and more.

        FrutPlanet Gypsophila exporters and suppliers are involved every step of the way to ensure clients are 100% satisfied. With a vast database of farmers, we can process and deliver regardless of the order bulkiness.

        Frequently Asked Questions About Gypsophila Flowers

        Which Country Has The Largest Flower Production?

        The Netherlands remains the largest flower producer in the world. In 2020, the country exported cut flowers worth USD 4.01 billion.

        Where Are Gypsophilas  Exported From?

        Event planners, wholesalers, flower shops, supermarkets, and individual clients usually export Gypsophilas from Kenya, Ethiopia, the Netherlands, Ecuador, and Colombia. These countries control more than 70% of the global supply. The market for these flowers is usually in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Russia.

        How Do Florists Grow Quality Gypsophilas?

        The florists are trained on the best practices, methods, and techniques to grow export-quality Gypsophilas. They understand the best soils and climatic conditions for the plants to thrive. 

        Experienced florists know how to propagate and take care of the plants for the best produce. If you want to buy quality-grown Gypsophilas, partner with FrutPlanet Gypsophila exporters and suppliers.

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