At Premier Roses we aren’t just farmers, we are a company of innovators. Our vibrant color roses are pleasant to the eye and are unmistakably unique with a 7-day vase life guarantee at customer point. Our attention to detail, unwavering quality control and forward thinking efforts in environmental sustainability makes us stand out from the crowd.


Based in Entebbe, Uganda, Premier Roses Ltd is the country's largest exporter of roses, commanding around 40% of Uganda's raised export market. The green houses on the farm cover a total of 50 hectares producing and exporting over 12 million stems per month. These stems, due to the favourable weather conditions experienced throughout the year, result in their all being of the same high standard. Premier Roses Ltd solely specializes in the production of quality cut roses for export onto the world market.

The greenhouses are irrigated by a modern, automated water-pumping unit, which feeds our fully computerized hydroponics systems. The following two categories of roses are produced: Sweetheart Roses; Valentino (dark red), Viva (bright yellow), Chelsea (orange), Red Calypso (bright red), Meera (champagne), Akito (white), Blushing Akito (pink), Raspberry King (dark red), Jambo (bright red) and Intermediate Roses; Ace Pink (pink), Bella Rose (pink), Sunny Star (yellow), Furiosa (dark red), Tropical Amazone (orange), Banjo (pink), Labelle (peach), Sorraya (yellow), Athena (white).

Wedding Flowers

Some people are always grumbling because roses have thorns; We at Premier Roses are thankful that thorns have roses.

Our Farm


Premier Roses Ltd, the largest exporter of Sweetheart cut, is a flagship company of Ruparelia Group of companies owned and managed by Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia. The farm has steel structures and a 100% Hydroponics system supported by a fully automatic centralised irrigation system. 

The farm produces approximately 40% of total Ugandan exports. Premier Roses Ltd is in the process of expanding up to 65 hectares of green houses for the targeted export of 15 million stems per month by 2014.