Introduction to Ornamental flowers Supermarket – Sa Dec Greenery

Ornamental flowers Supermarket – Sa Dec Greenery is a pioneer of modernization, bringing products and services in the field of Ornamental flowers closer to consumers founded by Mr. Nguyen Phuoc Loc. Ornamental flowers Supermarket specializes in providing products and services to meet your needs with criteria of Prestige – Quality – Aesthetics. The management board is the leading artisans with rich experience in the production and trading of ornamental flowers and owns a series of medaled products at the Mekong Delta Landscape Biology Contests and across the country. Especially, there are many works named in Vietnamese records.

Business areas of Ornamental flowers Supermarket – Sa Dec Greenery

  • Specializes in consulting, designing, constructing and maintaining private greenery projects such as resorts, amusement parks, industrial zone, villas, gardens etc.
  • Designing and crafting Rockery in many different styles at the request of Customers.
  • Supplying Ornamental flowers – Green plants of all kinds (ornamental plants, flowering plants, Tet flowers, cropped plants, green plants, giant trees, indoor plants, vines, border plants, grass, etc.).
  • Providing all kinds of ancient ornamental – Bonsai – Small landscape with high artistic value and diversity.
  • Manufacturing and selling pots of all kinds such as ceramic pots, Bat Trang pots, cement pots, terracotta pots, etc.
  • Interior and exterior decoration with trees and ornamental flowers.
  • Bonsai vocational training course at Sa Dec Ornamental Biology Vocational Training Center. Students will be taught by national ornamental artists with years of experience in the profession and certified upon completion of the course.

Achievements & Awards

Artist Nguyen Phuoc Loc, the founder of Ornamental flowers Supermarket – Sa Dec Greenery has many years of experience and has achieved many outstanding achievements in the field such as:

Jury member of the Asia-Pacific Bonsai contest representing the Mekong Delta in 2015 and 2019.