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Floriculture & Horticulture
A tall, elegant early summer crop bearing clusters of white starry flowers with striking black, bead-like ovaries at the centre. The stems ranging from 60cm – 90cm in height with preferred length being 80-90cm. The vase life of this plant is 14-18 days.
Is an annual crop that takes four months to maturity. This crop can be grown throughout the year depending on your market targets. The crop is tall, upright and range in height from 60cm – 80cm with toothed leaves, small white fragrant flowers and bell size of 30cm-50cm. The vase life is 10-14 days.
Is a perennial crop, meaning the crop is planted once and will bloom for more than one year or two. Tuberose has flowers that have a sweet scent and give any room a sweet fragrance. In some instances, the Tuberose is sold to perfume extractors due to its scent. The height of the plant ranges from 70cm – 80cm. The vase life is 10-14 days.
Is a perennial crop which grows in a variety of soil types and appear to be intolerant only of very infertile and acidic soils. Upon maturity, the plant has a thick stem that holds a bushy, hairy-leaved round flower. The height of the plant ranges from 60cm – 90cm and has a vase life of 14- 18 days.
Is a perennial crop that is elegant with slender flowers and dark green foliage. Delphiniums thrive in regions with relatively cool and moist weather, and often struggle in hot, dry areas. However, some new varieties are more tolerant of heat. Different varieties have different flower colours such as blue, red, white, pink and yellow. The height of the plant ranges from 60cm – 90cm and has a vase life of 10- 14 days.
Garden Peas grown during the off season as a rotational crop. The crop is mainly sold fresh to local markets and institutions. The waste is used for fodder and compost making.
Sorghum – is a cereal grain that grows as tall as corn but has various uses apart from human and animal consumption. At our farm, we grow sorghum to improve our soils, and more importantly as a trap crop to divert the birds from destroying and eating other crops e.g. buds of our flowers and maize. Instead of harming the birds, we try to create a friendly environment for them and other wildlife, e.g. hare, Rabbits, Antelope and Porcupine.
Maize and beans are grown during the off season as a rotational crop. The crop is mainly sold fresh to local markets and institutions. The waste is used for fodder and compose making.