Background :
 
Tours and Travel for Floriculture in India

Flowers are much part of our present as they are of our future!!! Unique is the language of flowers, allowing people to express their feelings which could otherwise not be spoken. Flowers are symbol of expression. India blessed with several agro-climatic zones conducive for production of sensitive and delicate floriculture products.

 

With over 300 million middle and higher income population, India is the world’s 2nd largest consumer base and fastest growing retail destination. Flower consumption, growing at a whopping 30% per annum and numerous festivals, along with increasing modernization and per capita income, make India a floral super power of the future. A huge domestic market supports high quality export oriented flower production by providing a unique competitive edge. India, china, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan along with other countries of the region make South Asia, the world’s largest market and India is emerging as world’s fastest growing flower and gardening market.

 

Floriculture in India -Travel & Tours

Indian floriculture market that can simultaneously create a millions jobs in the rural areas. Surely, many factors are conducive for the growth of floriculture in India and to meet the growing needs of both domestic and export markets. To upgrade the industry, India has emerged as one of the largest importers of new varieties from international breeders, planting materials, greenhouses, cold chain machineries, irrigation fertigation products, florist & floral art accessories, fertilizers and packaging solutions from the Netherlands, Germany, France, Spain, Taiwan and china.


Varieties:

Floriculture products mainly consist of cut flowers, pot plants, cut foilage, seeds bulbs, tubers, rooted cuttings and dried flowers or leaves. The important floricultural crops in the international cut flower trade are rose, carnation, chrysanthemum, gargera, gladiolus, gypsophila, liastris, nerine, orchids, archilea, anthuriu, tulip, and lilies. Floriculture crops like gerberas, carnation, etc. are grown in green houses. The open field crops are chrysanthemum, roses, gaillardia, lily, Marygold, aster, tuberose etc.

Areas of Cultivation:

Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh , Haryana, Tamil Nadu , Rajasthan , West Bengal have emerged as major floriculture centers .


Indian Floriculture Facts Figure

About 160.7 thousand hacter area was under cultivation in floriculture in 2010 – 2011. Production of flowers are estimated to be 870.4 Million Tones of loose flowers and 43417.5 Million of cut flowers in 2010 – 11.


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Indian Flowers:
Lotus Plant

Lotus is also National flower of India, which symbolize Spirituality, Fruitfulness, Wealth, Knowledge and illumination.

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Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemums, often called mums or chrysanths, are of the genus Chrysanthemum constituting approximately 30 species

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Gladiolus

It is sometimes called the 'Sword lily', but usually by its generic name (plural gladioli, gladioluses, glads).

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Jasmine

Jasmine plant is related to Lord Shiva and lord Vishnu. It contains around 200 species native to tropical and warm temperate regions of the Old World.

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Marigold “Ganda”

In India Marigold is also known as Ganda, Caltha, Murybud.. belongs to the sunflower family and are easy to grow. They have understandably been the favorite perennial plant for many years.

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Tuberose “Rajoni-Gandh”

In India Tuberose is also known as Rajoni-Gandha meaning “Scent of Night.” It is a prominent plant in Indian culture and mythology. It is mainly used wedding ceremonies, garlands, decorations and various traditional rituals

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Indian floriculture tourism :

UDAY TOURS & TRAVEL specializes in Floriculture; Garden Tourism around India. Garden Tours require advance planning and this is a pleasurable winter activity. At UTT – Indiaagritours.com we arrange travel for groups and well as individual who like to visit India and explore and learn Indian Floriculture, Horticulture Industry. With the team of experience Floriculturist and Naturalist we understand your need and requirements first and then suggest the best travel program for the same. Our experienced bi-lingual guides travel with the clients so they have best knowledgeable experience throughout the tour.


Our Travel Itinerary for Floriculture will include:
  • Visit of different farms growing varieties of flowers in India
  • Explore whole Sale Market
  • Institution visits
  • Exchange with Horticulture Department of India.
  • Visit at Indian Research Institute
  • Meeting with Importers & Exporters
  • Floriculture product manufacturer
  • Agro Industry
  • Machinery units

(Other than this the itinerary will also have time for relaxation, sightseeing, shopping etc).
We at Uday Tours & Travel – Indiaagritours.com makes your travel for floriculture in India pleasurable !! That’s why our Moto is “Your Pleasure is our Business”

 
       
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