Express Yourself Properly with Flower Protocol

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give flowersSpring is in full bloom and flowers are everywhere. It is also a time of flower giving, with Easter and Passover just passed, and Mother’s Day and wedding season ahead. If you plan to give flowers, you could just dash into the store and grab the prettiest ones. Or, you could go old school and let Flower Protocol decide!

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Spring Flowers Beat Winter Blahs

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crocusA Connecticut blogger reports the first sighting of spring flowers in his garden – a patch of crocuses bursting through the weathered mulch. He eagerly anticipates the daffodils that will soon follow. If you had lived through this winter in the Northeast, you would be excited to see spring flowers, too. So, what can we expect?

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Floralife Blog: Let’s Start the Conversation!

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We have a passion for fresh cut flowers and we know you do too. Let’s engage in conversation on best practices of flower care and handling, hydration, cut flower preparation, flower trends, where flowers come from, locally grown, and natural resource conservation. Join us on our journey and follow the flowers!   Read more