Dyed flowers are one tool in the toolbox that designers use to shake things up creatively. At certain times of the year, dyed flowers are in big demand and big, bold primary colors will compete with the pretty pastels of spring. So how do you care for these dyed dandies? That’s the topic of our latest article for LivRio: “Dyed Flowers Care and Handling!”Read more 〉
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.”Read more 〉
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!Read more 〉
It’s almost Valentine’s Day! Love is in the air and floral departments are getting ready for the rush. Getting all those gorgeous stems from the farm into the hands of their Valentine’s Day recipients takes superior care and handling, especially with the extended shipping and storage period needed to meet increased demand. And that superior care and handling is the topic of our latest for Super Floral: Post-harvest Valentine’s Day Tips For Longer Lasting Roses.Read more 〉
New FloraLife® Shield Postharvest Treatment Improves
Quality and Consistency of Flowers Throughout the Supply Chain. This innovative new postharvest treatment protects flowers from the negative elements in the environment, ensuring better quality flowers reach consumers.