Fresh Roses from Ecuador
Our farms have embraced the decision to offer Ecuador's premium fresh roses direct to the public in the USA. Our roses, over 140 varieties are cut fresh on the day they are ordered and go directly to FedEx or UPS Global for immediate shipment and delivery. We offer the shortest delivery time from Ecuador: 4 Days. We insure our roses are protected in climate controlled vehicles and aircraft from pickup to delivery. Roses are some of the most delicate and time-sensitive perishable product a company can handle. The more times they are touched, stored and moved, the more they are negatively affected. By cutting out the middle men our client receives roses that have only been touched by the farm insuring the longest vase life available.
Preserved Roses from Ecuador
Preserved roses are 100% real flowers that will last from 2 to 5 years. ... To properly preserve these flowers, it's critical that your roses were cut when they are at their most beautiful. The flowers are then put into a mixture of glycerin and other plant elements. This rehydrates the rose from its petals to its stem and replaces the sap within it.
Bouquets from Ecuador
Our flower bouquets are a collection of flowers in a creative arrangement. Flower bouquets are often given for special occasions such as birthdays or anniversaries. They are also used extensively in weddings. Our flower bouquets are created with loving care by our farms to deliver the "world's most beautiful", arrangements to your loved ones.
Pacari Chocolate from Ecuador
Pacari Chocolate is a world award winning chocolate company operating out of Quito, Ecuador. Pacari Chocolate was founded in 2002 by Santiago Peralta and Carla Barboto, who own and operate the company. Pacari Chocolate is the first chocolate company in the world to receive a biodynamic certification from Demeter International.
Panama Hats from Ecuador
Panama hats are light-colored, lightweight, and breathable, and often worn as accessories to summer-weight suits, such as those made of linen or silk. The tightness, the finesse of the weave, and the time spent in weaving a complete hat out of the toquilla straw characterize its quality. Beginning around the turn of the 20th century, these hats became popular as tropical and seaside accessories owing to their ease of wear and breathability.