Milele flowers

As a truly global player, Milele flowers has the resources to make supply chain partnership work all over the globe; Working in partnerships from field to market door brings benefits to every player in the supply chain. Milele flowers acts as a facilitator in all these partnerships, proactively bringing together the various partners in the supply chain to work on sustainable services solutions. As Milele flowers strongly believe that the responsibility for the supply chain goes far beyond just selling services. Since a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, Milele flowers invest all the experience and expertise to make sure the outsourcing process is never the weakest link. By advising clients and suppliers, supporting sustainable agriculture and promoting transparent outsourcing processes, the company ensure traceability from field to market door



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We’ve started to grow flowers from Milele on top of our service delivery of flowers outside and within Kenya to our clients. Event decorations etc
we have all types of colors for Summer, Roses, fillers, Calla lilies, Sprayroses, Vegetables, standard and spray carnations among others (kindly find attached a detailed catalogue from Milele flowers)
Why Milele flowers: its because we try to keep everything simple and professional. The word Milele is a Swahili word which means long span and in flower industry it means long vase life just like our slogan Evergreen. We ensure that all our services are of good quality and that we don’t just sell flowers to you, but we also prioritize on quality, vase life, competitive prices and the efficiency in the whole supply chain. Milele flowers is a global company which means our services are of international standard.

Milele flowers enjoys its uniqueness from its various varieties, head-size, prices and certifications realized from its different categories of farms. We have a quality control department (QC) which does regular visits to the farms and checks quality to makes sure that good quality is delivered right from the farm to the airport. This zero rates any freight loss the client may incur as a result of lack of comprehensive quality control through the supply chain. Kindly check our quality checklists above. Milele Flowers also offer extra services such as advising our clients on new varieties, availability and price implications from different farms. this also involve advicing our clients on freight costs and factors affecting these costs in addition to booking the freight on their behalf. We look and establish trade relations and partnerships with all the stakeholders in the supply chain whom we can trust in both quality and reliability anchored on professionalism and sound business practice. We subscribe to a high standard of ethics. We have experienced staffs who keep abreast of trends globally.

Florist Arranged

All our bouquets are made to order by our own florist experts, here at

Summer Flowers

Browse our beautiful range of fresh summer flowers. All our fresh flower bouquets and made to order by our own florist for worldwide delivery on the date you require.

Send Sunflowers

Our Sunflowers for summer 2014 are grown here on our own farm. By us, for us and for you. Little rays of sunshine with zero airmiles, perfect for all your summer flower sending needs.

Birthday Cakes

Send one of our deliciously unique Luxury Chocolate Birthday Cakes as a birthday gift. Our cakes are made in small batches usiong natural ingredients and real Belgian chocolate. We’re delivering worldwide Monday – Saturday

Flowers Delivered

We’re delivering bouquets of florist arranged flowers daily across the whole of the world. Make someones day and send them beautiful flowers this summer from

Summer Solstice

Florist arranged, this beautiful bouquet of sweet scented Oriental Lilies is simply perfect for all your summer gifting needs. Available from us to worldwide Monday – Saturday. Order online now.

Flowers by Post

Come and see our delightful range of low cost, easy to send Flowers by Post gifts for summer delivery. There’s FREE DELIVERY available too!

Red Roses

Browse and order a beautiful bouquet of fresh red Roses. Make your romantic gesture in style. Insist on florist made, insist on

dont give up yet

Recently I was talking to a floral industry colleague about the tragedy of the huge loss of retail florists over the past decade. We’ve gone from over 26,000 florists to under 13,000 currently and many more are likely to cease business as each year passes. The colleague then asked me why I even bother to try to help retailers. “They are sometimes their own worst enemies,” he explained. “Why waste your time?” His words made me think of something written by the noted anthropologist and writer Loren Eiseley: “Once upon a time, there was a wise man who used to go to the ocean to do his writing. He had a habit of walking on the beach before he began his work. One day, as he was walking along the shore, he looked down the beach and saw a human figure moving like a dancer. He smiled to himself at the thought of someone who would dance to the day, and so, he walked faster to catch up. As he got closer, he noticed that the figure was that of a young man, and that what he was doing was not dancing at all. The young man was reaching down to the shore, picking up small objects, and throwing them into the ocean. He came closer still and called out “Good morning! May I ask what it is that you are doing?” The young man paused, looked up, and replied “Throwing starfish into the ocean.” “I must ask, then, why are you throwing starfish into the ocean?” asked the somewhat startled wise man. To this, the young man replied, “The sun is up and the tide is going out. If I don’t throw them in, they’ll die.” Upon hearing this, the wise man commented, “But, young man, do you not realize that there are miles and miles of beach and there are starfish all along every mile? You can’t possibly make a difference!” At this, the young man bent down, picked up yet another starfish, and threw it into the ocean. As it met the water, he said, “It made a difference for that one.” What if we could organize into a whole group of starfish throwers? Maybe we could make quite a difference!!

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Would you pay 5 cents more a stem for a rose that lasted twice as long?

Would you pay 5 cents more a stem for a rose that lasted twice as long?
Recent studies by the American Floral Endowment (AFE) found that consumers preferred to give and receive flowers that lasted longer, and would be willing to pay more if they were offered longer lasting flowers. This poses the question: “Would you pay more for flowers that lasted longer?” When fuel prices go up, so do fuel surcharges which increase the price of flowers. And flower prices usually increase before major holidays. And what more do you get for those increased prices? Nothing. So, if you were offered roses that cost 5 cents more a stem, would you pay it if they lasted twice as long as roses you’re currently buying?

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Milele Flowers would like to invite YOu  to IFTEX Kenya 2014,in June 4-6 at the Oshwal Center, Nairobi (Parklands), Kenya.A simple click on this link will be sufficient for you to pre register online. you will receive a confirmation by email, which you will only have to print out and bring to the show.

Upon arrival at the expo the invited customer will receive his/her personalized entry badge* in exchange of the confirmation he/she printed, and this badge will be ready for pick-up at the registration counters of the exhibition.

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flower Flowers are used for various occasions, among them:

Happy birthday



Do well

Get well

I love you

New year’s day

Sympathy & funeral

Thank You

Valentine day

Wedding day


International Women’s day


Mother’s day

Father’s day

Easter season

International /public days


Normally flowers are of different colors, headsize, cutstage and length size. Ofcourse its believed that each type of flower and color has its own meaning.

Tips On Flowers

Caring of Flowers

Flowers, like humans, respond best to a little tender loving care. No, you don’t have to hug them, but a few basic guidelines will ensure your flowers maintain their perkiness for longer after you receive them.

General care tips

  • If you’ve received cut flowers, whether it’s a presentation bouquet or a hand tied, you’ll need to re-cut the stems before you put them in the vase to make sure their vascular cells are wide open to take up water.
  • But never ever bash stems this is a real old wives tale and is actually the kiss of death to most flowers. All bashing achieves is the mangling of aforesaid vascular cells into such a state they haven’t a hope in heck’s chance of taking up water. Always cut the stems at a sharp angle using a knife if possible, or very sharp scissors.
  • Place the flowers immediately in clean water, mixed with the flower food, or they’ll dry out and you’ve defeated the object of cutting. Make sure there are no leaves sitting below the water line, as not only will they rot and release harmful bacteria, which kills flowers, but they’ll consume vast amounts of the nutrients in the flower food which need to get up the stem to the flower head.
  • To maintain the look of your flowers, repeat the process three or four days later, removing any wilting or dead flower heads so that the water supply is sent to the flowers still blooming or, in the case of multi-headed varieties, still to open.

o    Hand Tieds

As these are arranged for you and tied together, the first rule is not to cut the binding string. It doesn’t harm the flowers and it means the bouquet will stay looking gorgeous. If it’s been delivered aquapacked i.e. there’s a bubble of water around the stems hold the bouquet over a sink and cut the bottom off the film. This way the water will pour down the sink not over you.

o    Arrangements

If you receive an arrangement, it will have been made in a water retaining foam. This will need topping up every couple of days. Simply dribble water into the centre of the design or at the back where a good florist will have made a small nick into the foam.

Flowers for every Occasions