Cut Flower Care and Handling: Anemone

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anemoneFloralife has expanded the Flower Care and Handling section of our website to offer a bunch of useful tips for the postharvest processing of many different varieties of cut flowers. Grower, wholesaler, retailer, enthusiast – there’s something for everybody. Let’s go down the list! Today’s star is the Anemone!

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Japanese Rose Grower in the Spotlight

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tazawa rose nurseryFloralife’s Spotlight Program is a series of articles that looks at where cut flowers come from and the people that make it happen, as well as highlighting best practices. This month, the Tazawa Rose Nursery in Japan shares with us the beauty of their roses and some of the steps they have implemented to achieve their success.   Read more

Floral Foam Fundamentals

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foamFlorists and designers have known it forever (well, at least since 1954)… For long-lasting hydration, and physical support for floral arrangements, it’s hard to beat floral foam. Let’s take a moment to appreciate this workhorse of the floral industry, find out what’s new, and learn how Floralife products interact with floral foam.

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Floralife Connections Link the Industry

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Across the flower chain there are growers, transporters and retailers who would like grow their knowledge, make new contacts and explore new opportunities. The same goes for floral executives, researchers and suppliers, as well. If only there was a program to help foster floral industry connections. Well, there is. It’s called Floralife Connections.

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Social Media for Floral Pros

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socialmediaSomeone recently pointed out that Floralife (and Oasis!) had popped up in a conversation among floral professionals on LinkedIn. Just in case you don’t know, LinkedIn is a social media outlet like Facebook, but generally thought to be “more professional” in nature. And it sparked a question: are floral pros using social media to their best advantage?   Read more