~ From 120 m² of Tulips, to 600,000 m² of Fleurs du Liban ~
Our story started with a dream. It was 1992. My dear country was recovering from a long war, and like many youth, I thought I could contribute to its reconstruction.
At that time, nearly all cut flowers in Lebanon were imported, and it was obvious to me as an agricultural engineer, that things could be reversed.
There, the dream began. The dream that Lebanon will start producing its own flowers and that all flowers sold in Lebanon will become locally grown.
That first winter, we planted a tiny surface, 120m² of tulips, a flower I loved. It was the first commercially grown tulips in Lebanon & the first step of a long journey.
Many more varieties had to be planted to meet the market’s demand.
With professionalism and a lot of faith, we tried, learned from our errors, expanded and finally succeeded.
~ Rania Younes , Owner.
Where Are We Today?
Today, we grow over 200 varieties of beautiful cut flowers in 5 different villages.
Our biggest pride is that today, finally, nearly all the cut flowers available in the flower shops are locally grown.
Moreover, we became a role model for new farmers.