Cut Flower Care and Handling: Gypsophila

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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!

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Express Technology: Research Proves Wider Effectiveness

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express clear labelEarlier this week, we brought you news about Floralife’s Express Technology. Namely, that we have expanded its No Stem Recut awesomeness from rose processing to a wider range of flowers. Now, it’s time to hear about the science behind this development, as well as a list of the many types of flowers we have tested!

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Express Technology: Not Just for Roses Anymore!

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ExpressTechnology_Logo_FA_1.6Back in October, we told you about Floralife’s Express Technology, which eliminates the need to recut rose stems during processing. It’s an exciting new development that has the potential to transform the way we process fresh cut flowers in the floriculture market today. Express Technology is big news, and the news just got even bigger!

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Cut Flower Care and Handling: Hydrangea

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hydrangeaFloralife 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 usually something for everybody. Let’s keep going down the list! Today’s star is the Hydrangea!

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Floral Research: Improving Rose Vase Life

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rose foodValentine’s Day approaches! Nearly 40 per cent of us will buy flowers for our special someone, and over 60 per cent of those will be roses. So, as a flower enthusiast or floral professional, keeping roses looking fresher longer should be at the top of your to-do list. Exactly HOW to do that is the topic of a recent floral Research Update…

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