Going ‘Greens’ at Christmas

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Whether it’s your mom’s turkey or your Christmas floral arrangements, nobody likes DRY. While Floralife® can’t help you with your culinary conundrums, we CAN help when it comes to Holiday Hydration, specifically for the season’s hottest accessory: Christmas evergreens. That’s the topic of our latest piece for Florists’ Review: Caring for Christmas Greens.  

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Christmas Arrangements Care & Handling

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Whether your customer is entertaining or merely decorating the home or office, Christmas arrangements make the occasion EXTRA merry and bright. But keeping those yuletide designs looking warm and festive all holiday season long requires proper care and handling. So take a few minutes to check out Floralife’s latest in the pages of Floriology: “Christmas Care and Handling Tips!”

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Fragile, Fragrant Freesia

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Delicate in appearance but with a prominent citrusy fragrance, Freesia presents the sort of contrast that floral pros and enthusiasts adore. Whether you are selling or giving (or keeping for yourself!) this African beauty, proper care and handling is essential. That’s the topic of our latest article for LivRio, “Freesia: A Fragrant Delight!”

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Red Roses at Christmas? 

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Red roses at Christmas… it seems such a natural fit. Red roses are popular anyway, and everything ELSE seems to be red at Christmas, so let’s pop into the florist’s and buy an arrangement for the dinner table! But you soon discover that, in North America, red roses at Christmas are as rare as legitimate Santa Claus sightings. In your frustration, you may say things that land you on the Naughty List. So, as a public service, Floralife and Florists’ Review present the informative holiday piece, “’Tis the Season.”

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