Queen®, owned by A/S Knud Jepsen, is a 3rd generation family business. We have worked hard to maintain the proud craftsman’s tradition since the founding in 1939. Today our passion for quality and innovation lives in the broadest assortment of high quality plants and flowers on the market. We have customers in more than 75 countries supplying cuttings, finished plant and flowers of various cultures. Our headquarters, located just north of Aarhus, Denmark, has more than 120,000 m2 breeding and growing facilities. We are continuously expanding our product range with new innovative varieties.
Queen® is a global company, organised and divided into three business units of different expertise and departments. Our vision is to become the most recognised, reliable and valuable flower brand in the world. In close collaboration with our companies and partners, we are on a mission to create innovative, sustainable and long-lasting plants, meeting the demands of modern consumers and growers worldwide.
Queen Grows Greener
At Queen®, we do our utmost to minimize the impact of our production activities on the environment. We produce beautiful, high quality flowers and plants, which can be bought and enjoyed with a clear conscience.
For three generations, we have had a tradition of prioritizing the environment. Throughout the years we have optimized our operation, which has resulted in a wide range of initiatives regarding production, packaging, pots and trays etc. We are continually working on improved, sustainable solutions within our business practices.
Contributing to the Global Goals
We believe that we have a responsibility to help achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. At Queen®, we continuously aim to grow greener and make our production chain more future friendly. It comes naturally to focus on and prioritize the global goals 12 and 15, covering responsible consumption and production as well as protection and restoration of terrestrial ecosystems. Furthermore, we are proud to contribute to global goals 5 and 8, covering gender equality, decent work and economic growth.