Flower food dosing is a critical – yet sometimes overlooked – aspect of maintaining the vitality of cut flowers. Not enough flower food in your vase solution is ineffective. Too much is…too much and can cause damage to your flowers. The importance of striking a dosing balance, and how to do it, is the topic of a recent Floralife® article in Floriology: “Flower Food: A Dosing Discourse.”Read more 〉
It’s common knowledge in our industry that floral fragrance has often been bred out of flowers in favor of more vibrant color, greater variety and longer vase life. But what if we could have it all? That’s the question as Floralife® teams up with FloraScentials to bring the fragrance back!Read more 〉
Spray roses are a nice reminder of the versatility of our friend, genus Rosa, family Rosaceae. You may receive a bouquet of lovely, long-stemmed roses that speak of elegance and refinement. Or, you might receive a bunch of spray roses that is definitely more fun and flirty than its classier cousin. Similar but different, spray roses come with their own care and handling advice, and this is the topic of the latest Floralife® article for LivRio, “Spray Roses: Good Things Come in Small Packages.”Read more 〉
Ranunculus – for a flower so pretty, its name certainly stumbles across the tongue, doesn’t it? Apparently, these affordable, long lasting blooms take their name from the Latin word for Little Frog, perhaps named for the many varieties that flourish near water. Ranunculus care and handling is the topic of the latest Floralife® article in July’s LivRio Magazine!