Green legacy for the world.
Rooted in Hyderabad.

1966

Gromor Food Nursery is an inspiration which was started with 1 acre of land by the late Sri Anantram Satyarthy at Purnea, Bihar. - The 1 acre of land was given by sir williams to my grandfather (some kind of viceroy) for the purpose of producing something useful to the Bihar region so the first crop we planted was grapes which was a huge failure.

Mr. Praveen Satyarthy

1968

Our founder initiated the banana plant production in North Bihar and also cultivated a new variety “Dwarf Cavendish” which he used to get from Maharashtra which turned out to be a huge success among farmers - the Framers were earning anywhere between 15000 - 20,000 per hectare during 1969-70 period

Documentation of our farm around the 90s

1990s

This year Mr Raman and Praveen Satyarthy emerged as young forces behind the new processing techniques. The growing demand for plants and their culture led us to expand our land and business in Hyderabad with a lease of a 1000 yards Nursery in Keesara (Yadgarpally) not just being limited to Purnea, Bihar.

1000 yards in Hyderabad

started by selling only roses

Mr. Raman Satyarthy along with our

founding employees in Bihar

— around early 90s.

2000s

We entered a whole new world of a variety of indoor plants, succulents, fruit plants and avenue plants when we purchased our first 5-acres of land in Vantimamidi. From there we kept on buying land increasing our production capacity in all segments.

1966

Gromor Food Nursery is an inspiration which was started with 1 acre of land by the late Sri Anantram Satyarthy at Purnea, Bihar. The 1 acre of land was given by Sir Williams to my grandfather for the purpose of producing something useful to the Bihar region so the first crop we planted was grapes which was a huge failure.

Mr. Praveen Satyarthy

1968

Our founder initiated the banana plant production in North Bihar and also cultivated a new variety “Dwarf Cavendish” which he used to get from Maharashtra which turned out to be a huge success among farmers - the farmers were earning anywhere between 15000 - 20,000 per hectare during 1969-70.

Documentation of our farm around the 90s

1990s

This year Mr Raman and Praveen Satyarthy emerged as young forces behind the new processing techniques. The growing demand for plants and their culture led us to expand our land and business in Hyderabad with a lease of a 1000 yards Nursery in Keesara (Yadgarpally) not just being limited to Purnea, Bihar.

1000 yards in Hyderabad started by selling only roses

1999-2000

Mr. Raman Satyarthy along with our founding employees in Bihar — around early 90s

2000s

We entered a whole new world of a variety of indoor plants, succulents, fruit plants and avenue plants when we purchased our first 5-acres of land in Vantimamidi.