“Our crops are to the perfume profession what handmade lace is to haute couture.”
We represent a young generation of farmers determined to preserve this agricultural heritage so intrinsic to local identity, the fruit of the labor of our ancestors.
For many of us, the choice to be a farmer was spurred by passion and was pursued despite of the exhortations of our elders about the challenges inherent to this trade.
So deeply rooted is this trade in our genes that many of us gave up other career paths to return to this profession.
To us, being a grower of extraordinary flowers means:
- Loving what we do
- Carrying on the know-how of our parents and great grandparents
- Fully experiencing the seasons
- Giving ceaseless attention to each of our plants and bulbs
- Marveling each spring at the luxuriance of our fields
- After our labor, savoring the joys of a promising harvest
Our passion for what we do does not mean we are not keenly aware of changing markets and the needs and desires of clients and consumer. We devote great energy to maintaining our quality standards, anticipating obstacles, and clearly defining what sets us so far apart from other supply sources.
Foreign production of fresh flowers has long been considered a competitor to the crops grown in the Pays de Grasse. Today, we are devotedly showcasing our land , our heritage, our cultural traditions, and the unique identity that defines our extraordinary products:
The tradition and savoir-faire of the generations before us have created a niche crop, and therein lies the difference: What we offer is unique, unmatched anywhere else in the world.
But we also do business with modern-day savvy and sensitivity by respecting our environment in all we do, by being attentive to our customers and consumers, and by reserving plots of land on each of our farms for research and development.
We invite you to come meet with us on our farms.