Sunday, August 12, 2007

July'07 - India Flower news

Flower mandi to come up in Noida
Express India, Lucknow, India
The Uttar Pradesh Department of Horticulture, with the assistance of UP Mandi Parishad, is planning to set up a �flower mandi� at Noida to cater to the needs of the NCR and also to give a market to the flower growers of the state from all regions...

If you are into flowers or plants, then Bangalore is a lovely place for you
Returned to Bangalore BLOG, Bangalore, India
Bangalore has been big on cut-flowers and traditional flowers for many years now. The market for flowers is huge here and florist kiosks abound the city. You see beautiful, colorful, fresh flowers just about anywhere - Gladioli, roses, chrysanthemums, orchids, lilies, carnations, asters, and dahlias are a sight to behold...

Make optimum use of auction centre in Ooty, floriculturists told
The Hindu, Ooty/Udhagamandalam, India
Udhagamandalam: The need to strengthen the flower auction centre here was underscored at a meeting organised by the Department of ...

Floriculture booming in HP
ANI, New Delhi, India
Himachal Pradesh state is on its way to become the flower basket of India, with floriculture witnessing a boom during...

Need to boost Indian floriculture and Flower Export
Central Chronicle, Bhopal, India
Recently, Australia and Japan have emerged as favored destinations for Indian cut flowers. The introduction of direct flights from Bangalore to various ...

A flower always associated with Bangalore
Bangalore Metro blogging, Bangalore, India
Bangalore was very much a garden city until the incredibly fast boom took over...and the planners planted beautiful avenue trees everywhere. One of them is the Sampige (Champa, Shenbagam), a variety of the magnolia. Even today, Bangalore remains one of the few cities where one can get the heady scent of the sampige flower as one walks along...the trees are in flower right now, after the onset of the monsoon...

Bangalore Flowers - Flower delivery in Bangalore by grower
India Flower Grower / exporter

1 comment:

prince of hyderabad said...

Hi - This is Krishnan from Ambit Capital Mumbai. Your blog is a nice read, especially given that there is so little known or talked about this sector per se. I guess most of your views are from primary research and because of your interest in this field. Kinda surprised that you have not been blogging for the last few months now.

Just wondering whether it is possible to get in touch with you over phone or mail sometime soon.

Take care