Spring Bulbs to the Rescue!

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It seems like just when you’re ready to surrender to the winter blahs, her come those first crocuses breaking through the frost to brighten your day and provide a fresh perspective. Bulbs truly bring joy amid the gloom, so why not give them a little TLC in return? That’s the topic of our latest article for Florists’ Review: “Spring Sensation: Care and Handling of Cut Bulb Flowers.”

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The Successful Designer Knows the Rose!

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As you know, roses come in a variety of shapes and sizes and in a rainbow of colors. For the floral designer, this is part of the fun of working with the rose but it can also be a challenge. Becoming familiar with rose traits such as opening speed, petal count, and cut stage is part of the skill set of a successful designer. And it’s one great way to make sure your roses are “Open for Business,” which happens to be the title of our latest article for Floriology!

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