News Archive

September 2011

Thursday, 15 September 2011

"WAFEX Going Strong" - Flora Culture International

With offices and packing facilities in Perth and Melbourne, WAFEX is staffed by a dedicated team of over 50 flower trade professionals and has developed a supplier base of over 200 flower growers across both east and west coasts of Australia. WAFEX's latest venture Helix Australia is positioned to become the world’s leading marketer of new and improved hybrid Waxflower varieties.

Monday, 12 September 2011

"Supply Global Flower Trade with Quality Australian Grown Flowers" - Gulf Agriculture

Established in 1991, WAFEX is Australia's leading exporter and importer of fresh and dried flowers and this year celebrates 20 years supplying the global flower trade with quality Australian grown flowers. Australia's size and wide range of climatic zones enables WAFEX to fill niches and gaps in supply. With growers strategically located in a number of regions WAFEX matches supply shortages from their Asian and northern hemisphere trading partners.

Monday, 5 September 2011

"Exciting Developments In Waxflower Breeding And Marketing" - Ron van der Ploeg, Flora Culture International

The Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (R.I.R.D.C.) is pleased to announce an exciting new waxflower research project partnering with WAFEX and the Botanic Garden and Parks Authority, based at Kings Park in Western Australia (B.G.P.A).

Thursday, 1 September 2011

"New waxflower varieties released" - Australian Flower Industry

WAFEX has been successful in gaining the exclusive licence for the production and marketing of three new varieties of waxflower have been developed by the Western Australian Agriculture Authority (WAAA).

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