Floragarden’s production is located mainly in the Strumica valley, where the climate is described as inconsistently Mediterranean, which means that during the summer period the weather is warm, with remarkable 2.150 hours of sunshine per year, and there is an abundance of healthy alluvial porous soil full of nutrients that gives the plants’ leaves and pine needles remarkable dominant and strong colours and enables the plants to develop a strong and compact habitus as well as to form a strong and healthy root system, which in return reduces the losses and prevents the degradation of the plants during their upcoming transplantation for the purposes of landscaping. Floragarden’s plants are produced in the open field (classical production from clumps) and in containers. Part of the starting material is homegrown, but most of it is imported from eminent companies from Holland, France and Belgium. The number of classically produced plants is somewhere between 2.000 and 3.000, and the number of container grown ones is 4.000. The younger container grown plants are produced in 1.5-2 l pots and the older ones, whose height is between 1.5 m and 2 m, in 25-30 l pots.
- Tall and short deciduous trees
- Coniferous trees