Another extremely popular Japanese flower is Lisianthus. This is due to the fact that the lisianthus growers use techniques to create stems with large luscious blooms that have an amazing vase life. Scroll down to learn more.
Who is the grower?
Nagano Pref: Sugizaki, Miyabara, Flower Split, Premium Green
Kochi Pref: Tokusan Center, Nishiuchi
Shizuoka Pref: Ito Farm
Saga Pref: Tamatebako
Where they are located?
Kochi Pref, south part of Japan located on the island of Sikoku Island.
Nagano Pref, North middle part of Japan, located in the Chūbu region of Honshū.
Shizuoka Pref, South Middle part of Japan, located in the Chūbu region of Honshu
Saga Pref, West part, located on the island of Kyūshū.
Kochi, Nagano, Shizuoka & Saga Pref
How many people work at the farm/grower?
Generally, 1 farm: 5-10 workers (depends on the season)
Nagano farms: 5-10 farms
Kochi: Tokusan: 3 farms
Kochi: 8 farms
Shizuoka: 3 farms
What do they grow?
Nagano: Lisianthus, Ranunculus, Alstroemeria, Branches, Gladiolus, Carnations
Kochi: Lisiantuhs, Lilies, Delphinium, Helianthus annuus, Bupleurum
What is the process of growing?
From seedlings to planting, bud arrangement, bud picking (for making 1 big flower), temperature control, watering timing. Watering, fertilizer, humid control, sunshine, and temperature control according to the variety with watching the expression of flowers according to shipping.
What makes this farm unique?
Cutting buds for making a large flower.
Unity in the selection within the producers (in each Organization)
Raise the value of one stem flowers by making the grade finer.
By giving a sense of unity to the value of flowers on the market, create branding power.