Alexandra Farms is a boutique farm dedicated to growing nostalgic, romantic garden roses. The farm is located in the incredibly fertile savannah of Bogotá, high in the Andes Mountains of Colombia, where the warm days and cool nights are perfect for growing roses. Our garden roses are hand-cut, hand-graded and hand-packed by caring, rose-loving people.


We are the world’s largest garden rose grower, harvesting 300,000 stems per week – more than 15 million stems per year! We are also the largest David Austin® licensed English garden rose grower in the world.


We grow 65 commercial varieties of fresh cut garden roses from breeders in many countries, including Germany, France, Spain, the Netherlands, Denmark, England, and Japan. These garden roses fall into four collections: David Austin English Garden Roses, Deluxe Garden Roses, Princess Japanese Garden Roses and Wabara Garden Roses.


Alexandra Farms is certified under the Florverde Sustainable Flowers seal. Florverde is an environmental and social certification confirming our commitment to environmental best practices, employment protections and the responsible treatment of people, and health and safety requirements.



David Austin® English Garden

Alexandra Farms is the largest licensed David Austin® English garden rose grower in the world. These beautiful roses feature nostalgic shapes and fragrances. They are the top choice of brides and event planners around the world looking for something extra special for their bouquet or event decor. Alexandra Farms currently grows 16 of David Austin’s most romantic varieties.


Deluxe Garden

Alexandra Farms grows 35 varieties of fresh cut garden roses bred in the Netherlands, France, Spain, Denmark, Germany and other countries around the world. This collection is a unique assortment of roses of many different colors, shapes and sizes. New varieties will be released in 2019.


Princess Japanese Garden

The garden roses in this collection were bred for the emperor of Japan. Alexandra Farms formed a partnership with three major Japanese rose breeders to grow their varieties in Colombia. Alexandra Farms currently grows eight Princess varieties.

Wabara Garden

The varieties in the Wabara collection were developed by Keiji Kunieda in Japan and are now being grown at Alexandra Farms. There are six Wabara varieties currently in production.


In our next posts we will talk more about the collections.