It enjoys a very cool climate, being located more than a thousand meters above sea level. With its rolling terrain, it is dotted with springs that lead to Panigan River, which acts as the farm’s natural boundary.
The farm is a mixed-use area and is thus not limited to cutflower production. In addition to growing Hydrangea and more than a hundred thousand stems of Oriental Liliums and Eustoma (Lisianthus), this is also where thousands of the endemic species-Nepenthes 'truncata' are grown.
During the fall season, decorative pumpkins are also grown, and to serve the local collectors, the farm also imports other interesting carnivorous plants. It is also a game farm with a forested section for the breeding of butterflies.