AYA ENGEI

Ranunculus Breeder

Ranunculus

Ranunculuswide range of colors and forms

Origin: Middle East, East Mediterranean

Ranunculus are rather tough against cold weather and you can grow them in open air. But most cultivars of ranunculus won't survive where snow falls and freezing temperature. They prefer cool and sunny conditions where winter is mild. Usually you can grow them from tubers, but it's also possbile to grow them from the seeds.
A ranunculus flower comes in a wide range of colors, from white, yellow, pink, orange, red to purple, bicolored and even green. Flower shapes also vary from single, double, peony-like, rose-like, carnation-like, rolled-petals to petal-less! One tuber can produce 10 to 20 flowers. Cut flowres last long from 1 to 3 weeks. (which depends on the air temperature.) There are also dwarf types which are good for pots and planters.

RanunculusOrléans(above)

Award winning flower of the "Japan Flower Selection 2009".
Between large petals, there are wine-red colored small petals.

AYA Engei is mainly specializing in breeding, also shipping cut flowers, pot plants, tubers and small mericloned plants.

We categorize our cultivars as follows.


SeriesFlower
Cote Large and numerous petals
M Strait stemsrich flowering
Aegean SeaUnique colorsrobust
Espino various colorsearly bloom, many flowers
Shuan Single~ semi-doublefor Pots
Rax Single semi-doublemany flowers, wax layer petals hybrid
Morocco

Ranunculus Pictures (Please contact us when you use the images)

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Our main cultivars
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Ayaelancourt
M-White M-White
Meteora
Tours
Antibes
Ferrand
Ayapoissy
M-PureYellow
Kitila
Dijon
Lille
Orléans2009 award winning
M-Peach
M-N
Beaune
Digne
M-Orange
Corte
M-Pink
Amiens
Lamia
M-Rose
Athos
Drama
Rochelle
M-Purple
M-Blue
Frejus
Leognan
Rax series
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Graces
Ninos
Litai
Keramos
Helios
Luna
Artemis
Dione
Lotis
Satyros
Minoan2011JFS award winning
AriadneJFS 2012 flower of the year
Aura
Hera
Eris
Musa
Aiolia


Morocco series
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Amizmiz
TanTan
Nador
Tanger
Larache
Idriss
Mhamid
Melilla
Haddou
Seti
Erfoud
Safi
Chaouen



2018 new cultivars

Cut flower
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Lamanon
Grandbell
Echire
Libros
Villalon
Vendome
Bigorre
Auch
Honfleur
Pointe
Palme d'Or
Chenonceau
Seclin
Marguerittes
Ariege
St-Agnan
Sisteron
Bastille
Odon
Chaumont
Vouvray
Le Tang
Cottun
Pot
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Poodle Pink
Poodle Yellow
Arachne2011 award winning
Kyrene
Triton
Ikaros
Upis
Saronica
Stomion
Corinthia
Crete Shine
Sally
Lycia
Theseus2012 Floriade
3rd prize
Pytalos
Picus
Hades
Uranus2017 award winning
Europe2017 award winning
Thiva
Cypro Apricot
Cypro Pink
Cypro Red


Recieved Awards

2017/12/06

2017 Flower of the year award by Japan Flower Selection, Pot plant div.

2016/12/05

2016 Flower of the year award by Japan Flower Selection, Pot plant div.

2015/12/07

2015 Flower of the year award by Japan Flower Selection, Gardening div.

2014/11/23

Prime Minister's award for excellence in horticulture at 53rd festival of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

2014/02/14

Minister's award for Miyazaki Flower expo.

2013/02/10

Gold prize at Miyazaki Flower Festival

2012/11/28

2012 Flower of the year award by Japan Flower Selection

2012/06/11

3rd prize at FLORIADE

2010/02/19

Silver prize at Miyazaki Flower Festival

2009/12/08

Japan Flower Business 2010 Award

2009/06/22

Chairman's award by Japan Horticultural Society (Black Pearl)

2009/04/05

Favorite flower contest : 1st and 3rd prize at Makuhari Flower&Garden Show

2008/02/17

Bronze prize at Miyazaki Flower Festival

2007/03/25

Favorite flower contest: 1st (Sivas) and 3rd (Amiens) prize at Japan Flower&Garden Show

2007/06/30

Chairman's award by Japan Horticultural Society

2006/03/25

Favorite flower contest: 2nd prize(Shuan) at Japan Flower&Garden Show

2006/07/06

Chairman's award by Japan Horticultural Society

2005/02/19

Bronze prize at Miyazaki Flower Festival

1997/12/18

Registered No.6000 "M Rose" developed by Shuichi Kusano

1988/01/18

Registered No.1535 "Higoromo" developed by Soichi Kusano

1980/02/01

Registered No.3 "Hamano-Niji" was displayed on the magazine "Agriculture & Horticulture"