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March Potted Flower Market Trends in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Zhengzhou, Zhangzhou, Qingzhou, and Taipei

March Potted Flower Market Trends in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Zhengzhou, Zhangzhou, Qingzhou, and Taipei

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  • Time of issue:2024-05-11 11:02
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(Summary description)In March, potted flower markets across various regions gradually entered the spring sales season, with brisk transactions in small potted plants and seasonal flowers coming to market.

March Potted Flower Market Trends in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Zhengzhou, Zhangzhou, Qingzhou, and Taipei

(Summary description)In March, potted flower markets across various regions gradually entered the spring sales season, with brisk transactions in small potted plants and seasonal flowers coming to market.

  • Categories:Trade News
  • Time of issue:2024-05-11 11:02
  • Views:
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In March, potted flower markets across various regions gradually entered the spring sales season, with brisk transactions in small potted plants and seasonal flowers coming to market.

Shanghai

In March, the Shanghai potted flower market was relatively subdued. Due to reduced demand for public floral decorations, most potted plant sales declined compared to the same period in previous years. Among green plants, Devil's ivy continued as a leading product, but its sales significantly decreased, with 18 cm pots priced between 6.0 to 7.0 yuan each. Large green plants like the Money Tree, Devil's ivy columns, and Fortune Trees maintained stable prices, but their sales noticeably declined. Small potted plants from Guangdong also saw a significant price drop, with Coarse grass pots dropping from 13.0 yuan to 10.0 yuan.

The variety of available flowering grasses increased, leading to gradually decreasing prices. Lupin pots dropped from 15.0 yuan at the beginning of the month to 12.0 yuan by month's end. Petunia pots fell from 15.0 yuan to 10.0 yuan, and Marguerite daisies dropped from 10.0 yuan to 8.0 yuan. Among indoor flowering plants, Anthuriums sold relatively well and maintained stable prices. Pineapple plant sales decreased, as did their prices. Orchids, especially left over from before the New Year, saw a roughly 15% price decrease compared to the previous year, with 'Hot Pepper' and other bright flowering varieties priced at 20.0 yuan per pot and mixed color flowers at 25.0 yuan per pot. (Shanghai Flower Port, Yang Peng)

 

Guangzhou

During March, the Guangzhou potted flower market saw relatively high sales of Money Trees, Jade Plants, Devil's ivy, Coarse grass, Dieffenbachia, Peace Lilies, and other small decorative potted plants. The primary sales in flowering potted plants were Anthuriums, Pineapple plants, Orchids, and flowering shrubs. Anthurium varieties were diverse, including 'Alabama', 'Proud Sun', 'Trensa', 'Ruby', 'Red Bambino', 'Michigan', and 'Little Pride', among others. Mainstream Pineapple plant varieties like 'Flat-Top Red' and 'New Red Star' displayed a clear quality-price correlation, with lower prices for average quality. Sales of Dendrobium orchids, Chinese orchids, and hybrid orchids were comparatively high, with limited sales of large Cattleyas and Phalaenopsis orchids at lower prices. Mini potted plants like the Longevity Flower and Miniature Roses were popular, often sold in baskets or as combined potted arrangements. Herbal potted flowers and ornamental grasses held a significant market share. Woody flowering potted plants like Azaleas, Dragon Boat flowers, Big Red Flowers, and Hydrangeas saw substantial use in projects, with relatively stable prices. (Guangdong Provincial Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Institute of Environmental Horticulture, Wang Dairong)

 

Zhengzhou

In March, the Zhengzhou flower market entered its peak sales season, with daily customer traffic increasing by about 30%, and a significant increase in demand and sales volume. Gardenias, Hydrangeas, Bougainvilleas, locally produced grass flowers, and roses were plentiful on the market.

Among foliage plants, 18 cm pots of Devil's ivy were priced between 6.3 to 8.3 yuan, a 5% increase month-over-month; 36 cm pots were stable at 25.0 to 30.0 yuan. 10 cm pots of Money Trees averaged 6.0 yuan, a 20% decrease month-over-month. 19 cm pots of Lucky Bamboo averaged 9.0 yuan, stable pricing. 10 cm pots of Jade Plants averaged 5.0 yuan, stable pricing.

Among flowering plants, 13 cm pots of Longevity Flowers averaged 6.3 yuan, a 3.1% decrease month-over-month. 10 cm pots of Peace Lilies averaged 8.0 yuan, an 11.1% decrease month-over-month. 16 cm pots of Gardenias were plentiful on the market, averaging 9.5 yuan, a 5.3% decrease month-over-month. 12 cm pots of Anthuriums were stable at 10.0 yuan. 18 cm pots of Azaleas averaged 8.0 yuan, a 7% year-over-year increase. Local roses began to come to market, with 16 cm pots priced between 5.0 to 8.0 yuan, stable year-over-year. Hydrangeas, varying by variety, specification, and origin, were priced between 25.0 to 150.0 yuan per pot. Woody Hydrangeas varied in price from 550.0 to 1,800.0 yuan per pot. (Henan Chenzhai Flower Double Bridge Base, Xu Yino)

 

Zhangzhou

In March, Zhangzhou's pleasant climate facilitated active transactions in small potted plants, Chinese orchids, Bougainvilleas, and succulents.

Among foliage and flowering potted plants, overall potted flower sales slightly increased, with small green plants being particularly popular and in high demand. Devil's ivy, small Money Trees, Bougainvilleas, and variegated Alocasias were market favorites. Bougainvilleas in small red pots had a purchasing price of 5.0 to 25.0 yuan per pot, with e-commerce promoted models ranging from 10.0 to 160.0 yuan per pot. Desert Roses were in their high sales season, with seed-grown Desert Roses priced at 7.0 to 55.0 yuan per pot and grafted Desert Roses at 8.0 to 35.0 yuan per pot. Variegated Alocasias, Turtle Back Bamboos, Coarse grass, 16 cm pots of three-cluster Snake Plants were priced at 12.0 to 13.0 yuan per pot. Ferns ranged from 6.0 to 12.0 yuan per pot.

Chinese orchids had a bustling market, primarily featuring Spring Orchids, Ink Orchids, and hybrid orchids. Spring Orchids 'Great Reunion' were 20.0 yuan per pot, 'Song Mei' 35.0 yuan per pot, 'Wealth and Prosperity' 33.0 yuan per pot, 'Heavenly Peony' 30.0 yuan per pot, 'Remaining Butterfly' 25.0 yuan per pot, and 'Golden Peony' 28.0 yuan per seedling. Cymbidium 'Grand Single' was 30.0 yuan per seedling, and 'Wenzhou Plain' 35.0 yuan per seedling. Ink Orchids 'Lucky Concubine' and 'Dharma' were 12.0 yuan per seedling.

Succulents had high transaction volumes with stable prices. Small cup products were in high demand, with 54-cup sets wholesale priced at 60.0 yuan each, 35-cup sets, and 15-cup sets priced between 60.0 to 65.0 yuan each. (Fujian Zhangzhou Flower Association, Lin Chanjuan)

 

Qingzhou

In March, the Qingzhou market saw a 5% to 10% increase in the volume and price of flower transactions compared to the previous month. Anthuriums, Pineapple plants, Orchids, Dendrobium orchids, and Clivia maintained stable volume and price compared to last year due to insufficient end-consumer purchasing power. Hydrangeas, Cineraria, Malus halliana, Carnations, and Roses saw a 5% to 10% increase in sales volume. Green Treasure, Dieffenbachia, succulents, Dragon Trees, and Money Trees saw a 5% increase in volume and price. Primroses, Pansies, Cherry Blossoms, Irises, and Daylilies continued to come to market, priced below last year's levels.

Among foliage plants, 6 to 15 cm Green Treasure were priced between 60.0 to 170.0 yuan per pot. 15 to 30 cm Dieffenbachia ranged from 22.0 to 60.0 yuan per pot. 5 to 20 cm succulents were priced between 3.0 to 80.0 yuan per pot. 8 to 15 cm Money Trees, including three-braided, five-braided, and bonsai types, were priced between 135.0 to 400.0 yuan per pot. 15 cm Ferns ranged from 1.02 to 26.0 yuan per pot. Single and multi-headed Dragon Trees were priced between 30.0 to 240.0 yuan per pot, Devil's ivy from 12.5 to 65.0 yuan per pot, Jade Plants from 45.0 to 140.0 yuan per pot. 10 to 30 cm Fortune Trees ranged from 155.0 to 500.0 yuan per pot. Small potted plants like Peace Lilies, Aglaonema, Miniature Coconuts, and others were priced between 10.0 to 30.0 yuan per pot. Golden Pothos, Variegated Alocasias, Turtle Back Bamboos, Brazilian Trees, Peace Trees, African Jasmines, Bougainvillea bonsais, Ficus bonsais, Camphor Tree bonsais, and Podocarpus bonsais ranged from 30.0 to 560.0 yuan per pot.

Among flowering plants, 15 to 19 cm Anthuriums were priced between 16.0 to 40.0 yuan per pot. Orchids ranged from 16.0 to 35.0 yuan per plant, Pineapple plants from 18.0 to 45.0 yuan per pot. Clivia and Chinese orchids ranged from 12.0 to 290.0 yuan per seedling (pot). Red Amaryllis, Tulips, Colored Amaryllis, and other bulbous flowers ranged from 10.0 to 50.0 yuan per pot. Hydrangeas, Ranunculus, Longevity Flowers, Carnations, Malus halliana, and others ranged from 10.0 to 40.0 yuan per pot. Morning Glory, Pansies, Cherry Blossoms, and Daylilies were priced between 0.18 to 0.35 yuan per pot (bud). (Qingzhou City Flower Industry Development Service Center, Yang Qingli, Lü Hongwei, Wang Xianggong)

 

Taipei

In March, Taipei received 478,000 pots of potted flowers, a 1.8% increase month-over-month; transaction volume was 468,000 pots, a 1.6% increase month-over-month; average price was 89.0 yuan per pot, a 10.1% decrease month-over-month.

Among orchid plants, large-flowered Phalaenopsis were abundant, primarily in bright red, pink, and white, but demand decreased due to oversupply. Medium and small-flowered transactions primarily involved 'Sashimi', 'Cherry Blossom Princess', 'Crystal', 'Baby', and 'Tricolor Bird'. Dendrobium orchids and Miltoniopsis gradually came to market, but their transaction volume was lower than usual.

Among foliage plants, a large volume of aromatic plants came to market, with transactions surpassing Jade Plants in revenue. Lavender, Mint, and Mosquito-repellent Trees were hot sellers. Jade Plant transactions mainly involved 5-inch pots, showing a trend towards miniaturization.

Among flowering plants, Lavender was a hot seller, with Lupin, Chrysanthemum, Dahlia, Malus halliana, and Hydrangea coming to market. Aromatic plant transaction volume and revenue increased month-over-month. 3-inch Longevity Flowers had stable supply, but their transaction volume and revenue decreased month-over-month.

Among small plants, Mint, Rosemary, and succulents performed well. Golden Pothos, Ivy, Round-leaved Peppergrass, Coarse grass, and Ferns were suitable for combined pots and individual sales, with good and stable sales. Selaginella, Red Vine, Water Hyacinth, and Dieffenbachia also sold well. (End of report)

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