Danziger -Dan Flower Farm

Danziger - “Dan” Flower Farm, founded in 1953, is one of Israel’s leading floriculture companies. From a small family business, growing and selling cut flowers, the nursery developed into a company of 200 employees, with approximately 80,000 square meters of state-of-the-art greenhouses specializing in asexual reproduction of plants.   Today, Danziger - “Dan” Flower Farm produces young plants and cuttings for the local market and for more than 60 countries all over the world.

Company details

Moshav Mishmar Hashiva, P.O Box 186 , 5029700 Israel

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Agriculture - Horticulture
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

Danziger - “Dan” Flower Farm, founded in 1953, is one of Israel’s leading floriculture companies. From a small family business, growing and selling cut flowers, the nursery developed into a company of 200 employees, with 

approximately 80,000 square meters of state-of-the-art greenhouses specializing in asexual reproduction of plants. 

 

Today, Danziger - “Dan” Flower Farm produces young plants and cuttings for the local market and for more than 60 countries all over the world.

For years, Danziger - “Dan” Flower Farm has put a special emphasis on breeding varieties for cut flowers and bedding plants. A talented and experienced team of breeders equipped with a highly advanced tissue culture lab, breeds, tests and introduces new & improved varieties every season. 

Tests are continuously conducted at Danziger's facilities in order to ensure top quality varieties. The selected varieties are later sent to various customers around the world for both trials and garden performances at leading Universities in the USA.

Danziger produces and markets young plants for cut flowers such as Gypsophila, Aster, Solidago, Limonium, Hypericum and Chrysanthemums, and for bedding plants such as New Guinea Impatiens, Petunia, Calibrachoa, Calitunia, Bacopa, Torenia, Scaevola, Argyranthemum frutecens, Helichrysum, Osteospermum, Verbena and Diascia.