With over 40 years of experience in international biogenetics and tissue culture, Perfect Plants produces more than 30 million plants per year: 150 crops in more than 2000 varieties. When demand for young plants fell sharply during the crisis in 2006 and 2007, they kept doing what they were already good at, but in a new market.
Perfect Plants decided to start working on propagating plants with ingredient substances. This is an emerging international market with a lot of potential and five years ago they obtained a research license. The genetics are selected in Honselersdijk (Westland) and the small plants are reproduced in their laboratory South Africa and then sent to the growers. They ultimately sell the dried flowers to extraction companies and pharmaceuticals.