New Year’s Floral Traditions

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newyearfloralHappy New Year! As we said on Christmas Day, we at Floralife hope you are enjoying a safe and happy New Year’s Day relaxing with family and friends, and not necessarily reading floral industry blogs! If you ARE reading this on New Year’s Day, take a moment to check out some New Year’s floral traditions from around the world!

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2015 Review: Floral Best Practices in the Spotlight

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sunshineTime to take a look back at 2015! Here at the Floralife blog, we aim to be your all-in-one floral resource. We cover topics that include flower care and handling, hydration, cut flower preparation, flower trends, sustainability and more. Today, let’s look back at our Spotlight series highlighting floral professionals and their best practices.

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Holiday Flowers are Big Business!

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poin2It’s Christmas Day 2015, and those who celebrate it are likely to be spending this day with family and friends, and not reading floral industry blogs. In fact, you may wish to take a break from the subject of holiday flowers; Christmas/Hanukkah is the peak time of the floral year, and you have probably been pretty busy lately. How busy is it? Let’s take a look!

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2015 in Review: The Best in Flower Research

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research updateTime to take a look back at 2015! Here at the Floralife blog, we aim to be your all-in-one floral resource. We cover topics that include best practices of flower care and handling, hydration, cut flower preparation, flower trends, sustainability and more. Today, let’s look back at the flower Research Updates we highlighted in 2015.

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Cut Flower Care and Handling: Asiatic Lily

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Lily_iStock_000015291850LargeFloralife has expanded the Flower Care and Handling section of our website to offer a bunch of useful tips for the postharvest processing of many different varieties of cut flowers. Grower, wholesaler, retailer, enthusiast – there’s usually something for everybody. Let’s keep going down the list! Today’s star is the Asiatic Lily!

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