This is the most proud of Adenium Development from Thailand with new "Rose" style. This is also the biggest and newest revolution of Adenium in this planet. Since 2005 we have had only adenium come up with only single
petal or layer. On year 2006, we have got the first double petal orignately come from Vietnam and we named this with "Doxon". This was very big surprise to us and the world even her petal is only one red color. This was our starting point to use this Doxon to develop and produce new look and style of Adeniums represented in "Double Petal" with much more flashy clor, attractive border, stripe. etc. Fortunately, we found some of them has Triple petals and they are look like "Rose" so we called this group with "Rosy Adenium". We will keep working hard to make this Rosy Adenium better and many more styles.
We first began our commercial Adenium venture in 2000 and we purchased a 10 acre property 30 kms from Bangkok, Thailand, on the site specifically for growing orchids. Over 30,000 plants in all
stages of growth are housed in these facilities. . Our grand idea was to grow Adeniums in liners to supply commercial adenium operations and develop new hybrids.
The first large scale potted Adenium operation was established on Thailand, Indonesia and Taiwan.
After much growing, the business finally blossomed and soon commercial Adenium operations began popping up all over the country. Adeniums became a buzzword. Yes, there were always the
established Adenium nurseries and longtime Adenium growers, but this time adeniums produced en mass became very affordable.
Our particular focus was to raise quality seedlings and we soon discovered that we actually needed to do our own breeding in order to provide the future market with a continued supply of not only old or obsoleted cultivars but also cultivars that continued to stimulate the market.
In-house breeding also allowed us to focus on other aspects important to the trade such as plant structure, easonality and inventory mix. Over the years we have learned a great deal about not only Adenium Obesum, but the business of running an Adenium Arabicum and Thai Socotranum. It's not to say that we have learned all we need to know, but it seems experience plays a key role when it comes to learning.
We also focus on seed production. As known, seedlings might grow differently from their mother plants. The best we can do is to make sure propagation by using original cuttings from the 1st original mother plants as well and
do hybrid zoning to make sure hybrid not mixed up and give much more stable closed to mother plant.
Due to we have over 30,000 seedlings so we can choose the nice forms and also maintain to be as Dwarf and Contest Form popular and our trend to market.
Today we also have our very own breeding program, laboratory, seedling operation and blooming operation. We develop new varieties to make customers much more fun and happier.
The climate and location provides the nurturing environment for the seedlings and also provides the sun environment for toughening up the more mature blooming plants. We found it advantageous to actually have two locations: northern of Thailand and Bangkok' vicciniy.
Raising adeniums moved to another level when we began employing methods of growing, utilizing beneficial, health promoting systems of crop management. We are still continuing to refine our methods and monitor our successes and failures in order to achieve what we believe is the most beneficial method of cultivation
for both adenium and man.
We have discovered the joys of creation. The magical unfolding of each new generation that then again serves to provide the genes for the next. Remarkable, the world of adenium breeding continues to provide the source
of new cultivars that serves as a reminder that life can be renewed. Sexually reproduced seedlings, free from viruses and filled with the vitality of a newborn, continues to be our primary focus. Your continued interest in adeniums keeps our momentum alive and we hope that you will discover the joy of the Adeniums in their fullest expression.
Over 30,000 Adenium Seedlings on Thai Socotranum and Arabicum hybrids