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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.

Floralife’s Spotlight Program is a series of articles about where cut flowers come from, the people who make it happen, and their floral best practices. This past year, the blog took a look at several of the floral professionals who have appeared in our Spotlight section, and the sustainability, employee enrichment and community involvement efforts that have earned them special recognition!

Here are some of the professionals who earned a place in the Floralife Best Practices Spotlight in 2015…

Kendall Farms: Kendall is a California waxflower and eucalyptus grower with best practices involving production methods, sustainability and community involvement.

Panda Flowers Ltd: Panda is a Kenyan rose grower and National Farmers Award winner whose best practices include employee involvement and sustainability efforts.

Sunshine Bouquet Company: Sunshine is a Colombian rose grower with best practices in Continuous Improvement, sustainability and innovation.

Tazawa Rose Nursery: Tazawa is a Japanese grower whose best practices involve leveraging technology, production methods and community involvement.

Miracle Flowers: Miracle is a Dutch lisianthus grower whose best practices include sustainability and quality control efforts.

Ever-Bloom: Ever-Bloom is a California gerbera and Anthurium grower whose best practices include sustainability and leveraging technology.

Carzan Flowers Ltd: Carzan is a Kenyan carnation grower focusing on sustainability, employee enrichment and community involvement.

Of course, there are many more best practices Spotlight articles available on the Floralife website, so take a look. And be sure to stick around in 2016 as we continue to highlight floral professionals who make a difference!

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