Madagascar


Madagascar is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of biodiversity and the high levels of endemism . Its flora is unique and of approximately 10,000 plant species, about 8,000 are thought to be endemic to the island. The value of the flora to the people, economic resource and various organisation are potentially immense. Despite the treasure trove and being classified as one the world's " hotspots " of fauna and flora, Madagascar is one of the poorest and most environmentally challenged countries in the world. Loss of habitat is a serious problem when combined with damage from periodic cyclones, drought, locusts and on top of that is the threat of man-made deforestation and fire.

Contrary to what would be expected from a botanically rich country, the access to demarcated area of endemism species is almost inaccessible and still tremendous effort are needed to acknowledge nature wonders. In order to reconcile the high demand for different species of flora from Madagascar and other southern African countries as aquatic bulbs , cycads , palms , vanilla , spices and forest trees , we travel unbeaten path and hundreds of kilometers through land, sea and forest to source, study the natural habitat of our products.

We are currently upgrading all facilities of supply, market and promote our products and services despite the difficult situation that prevail. Long term conservation efforts are very important by trying to involve local people in ways to preserve the flora - thus preventing them to set fire, destroying the forest by more rational choice. Moreover, it represents also an economic alternatives and opportunities to all. There is a growing realization that the people and the economic welfare are essential issue and can act as a catalyst for environmental preservation, conservation equation are the key roles for both human and flora survival.