At the Floralife website, we have expanded our Flower Care and Handling section to offer a bunch of useful tips for the postharvest processing of many different varieties of cut flowers. Grower, wholesaler, retailer, enthusiast – there’s something for everybody. Let’s go down the list! Today’s star is Snapdragon!
Floralife’s Spotlight Program is a series of articles about where cut flowers come from, the people that make it happen, and their floral best practices. Recently we paid a visit to California’s Kendall Farms, who shared with us the beauty of their flowers, as well as the production, sustainability and community involvement measures that have landed them in the Spotlight!
Would you like to save time and effort when processing roses? Who wouldn’t, right? Where would this these time savings start? How about recutting stems? We know that recutting is an important step to eliminate the blockages that occur naturally at the base of a cut stem, and helps the flower to hydrate more efficiently. Well, Floralife has a new development: Express Technology.
Floralife Research Updates are a valuable source of flower knowledge aimed at helping growers, transporters, wholesalers and retailers get the most from their investment, and present healthy, long-lasting flowers to the consumer. Let’s take a look at a recent vase life essay, “Hydration Pretreatment of Mixed Flower Bouquets with Floralife® HydraFlor® Clear ULTRA 100.” Read more 〉
Floralife’s Spotlight Program takes a look at where cut flowers come from and the people that make it happen, and also highlights floral best practices. Recently we paid a visit to Kenyan rose grower Panda Flowers Ltd, who shared with us the beauty of their roses, as well as the production, sustainability and community involvement measures that have landed them in the Spotlight!