Something fun appeared in the ol’ Floralife IN box the other day: a flower care and handling video produced by the American Chemical Society. They produce a series of brief how-to videos entitled “Reactions: This is Chemistry”, which explains the science behind everyday activities. And this one contains a little surprise, so let’s take a look!
In the newly expanded Flower Care and Handling section of our website, Floralife offers several useful tips for the postharvest processing of many different varieties of cut flowers. Grower, wholesaler, retailer, enthusiast – there’s usually something for everybody. Let’s keep going down the list! Today’s star is everyone’s favorite floral accent: Gypsophila!
Floralife Research Updates are a valuable source of flower knowledge aimed at helping growers, transporters, wholesalers and retailers get the most from their investment, and present healthy, long-lasting flowers to the consumer. Let’s take a look at a recent flower processing essay, “Sanitation: A Critical Aspect of Flower Care and Handling.”
Let’s revisit Floralife’s classic “5 Steps of Fresh.” These are flower care best practices for the designer, transporter and retailer to make the most of their investment and present a product that lasts longer and stays fresher in the home. Of course, we also suggest some fine Floralife products to help make that happen. Take a look!
“Floralife knows that proper care and handling will give you the freshest, healthiest and longest lasting cut flowers.” That’s the opening line of each of Floralife’s recent care and handling videos on YouTube. These videos provide good, basic information on floral care and handling, as well as useful Floralife products to help you get the job done.