Valentine’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…
Floralife 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 Iris!
The Floralife Flower Focus blog highlights best practices in flower care and handling including hydration, cut flower preparation, flower trends, and natural resource conservation. We also like to highlight the many Floralife products that help you do all those things better. Let’s look back at some 2015 product news that made headlines in our Floralife Flower Focus blog.
Time to take a look back at 2015! Here at the Floralife blog, we aim to be your all-in-one floral resource. We cover topics that include best practices of flower care and handling, hydration, cut flower preparation, flower trends, sustainability and more. Today, let’s look back at the flower Research Updates we highlighted in 2015.
Today, many floral professionals throughout the flower chain use reusable shipping boxes known as Proconas to get their merchandise from the farm to the retailer. The Procona comes in a set of standard sizes, which makes it an ideal application for Floralife’s holding and shipping treatment delivery system: eZ Dose®!