Florists and Gardeners and Happiness

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lady in gardenIn a report that has been making the rounds in the Floriculture press (you’ll see why) a UK economist and behavioral scientist says he has found the secret to happiness: choosing your job carefully. He has done the research and it turns out that the happiest professions are florist and gardener.

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Floralife’s Water Wise Promotes Sustainability

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sustainabilitySustainability is the watchword these days, in almost every industry. The floriculture industry receives special attention, though, because a lot of production occurs in areas where natural resources can be limited. One of the chief sustainability concerns is water usage and, we’re happy to report, Floralife is out in front on the issue!

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Floralife Blog: Let’s Start the Conversation!

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We have a passion for fresh cut flowers and we know you do too. Let’s engage in conversation on best practices of flower care and handling, hydration, cut flower preparation, flower trends, where flowers come from, locally grown, and natural resource conservation. Join us on our journey and follow the flowers!   Read more

Flower Food: Floralife Does the Research!

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There is a lot of homespun wisdom regarding keeping fresh cut flowers looking alive and vibrant once they leave the florist’s. Some folks drop an aspirin in the vase, while some others swear by the humble copper penny. At Floralife, however, it’s all about the science.

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