In our cultivation climate, a rose has to grow approximately two months before it is ready to be harvested. On average, one rose plant lasts up to five years. However, this depends to a large degree on the variety of rose. This is why selecting the varieties of roses for cultivation is an important step in the overall process. Our selection guarantees that the roses from our greenhouse have a good lifespan.
Because our farm is located at 2,100 metres above sea level, the climate is cool. This makes the roses grow more slowly and become stronger and more resilient. Such a climate is conducive to a rose’s vase life. Naturally, all conditions must be optimal during a rose’s growth. We positively influence these conditions by means of special polytunnels, smart ventilation, ingenious irrigation, and effective pest control. You can read more about this on our page about durable cultivation.