Deliflor introduces their newest yellow cushion variety, Cheesecake.
The bright yellow Cheesecake is a stunning addition to Deliflor’s yellow cushion varieties.
DELIFLOR CHEESECAKE: A YELLOW CUSHION LIKE NO OTHER
Deliflor is very proud of their new chrysanthemum variety, Cheesecake. The yellow cushion is one of the most popular flowers for bouquets worldwide, and this is a yellow cushion like no other. Its bright yellow color, the size of its many flowers, excellent performance in the field, resistance to diseases, and beautiful commercial appeal make this variety a unicorn in the Chrysanthemum industry.
Deliflor Americas strives to ensure that all its processes and varieties are sustainable. They have many initiatives in place to make the world a better place. This includes:
Water Recirculation: A recirculation system captures rainwater from the greenhouses and channels it to a reservoir lake. From there, water is pumped back to the greenhouses for irrigation purposes.
Electricity: Solar panels supply electricity to the farm. These panels provide approximately 10,000 to 11,000 kWh per month. The greenhouses use GreenPower LED bulbs, which reduce energy consumption by up to 90% compared to incandescent lamps.
Solid Waste: Deliflor works on many campaigns to reduce solid waste generation. These include “Bottles of Love” which transforms plastic materials into recycled plastic lumber; “Caps for Healing which helps with cancer through the commercialization of recyclable material; and used battery collection and disposal to prevent this waste from reaching landfills or natural sources.
Reforestation: Located in La Ceja, Antioquia, Deliflor Americas has a property spanning 8.15 hectares, with 1.5 hectares dedicated to greenhouses for their variety production.
Pest and Soil Management: The soil is sterilized every planting cycle — approximately every 20 weeks — using steam generated by a natural gas-powered boiler for 2.5 hours per bed, reaching a temperature of 90 degrees Celsius.
Deliflor has also established an ecological trail that includes the installation of hotels for native pollinator bees to contribute to environmental conservation. Their aim is to create a friendly space for pollinating hymenoptera (bees, wasps, ants, etc.), as bees are the most efficient pollinators in nature.
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