Floral professionals, are you exhausted yet? You will be – Mother’s Day is one of your biggest weekends of the year. If you need a break – and can somehow squeeze one in – check out some Mother’s Day floral statistics, as well as a few interesting articles floating around the web. First, let’s look at the numbers!
This is Good Friday, which means Easter is right around the corner. As a floral professional, you have been preparing your business for Easter flowers since you closed the books on Valentine’s Day. Your retail space is teeming with Azaleas, Chrysanthemums, Daisies, Daffodils, Hyacinths, Tulips and, of course, Easter Lilies – all in preparation for North America’s 4th-biggest floral holiday of the year.
Happy New Year! As we said on Christmas Day, we at Floralife hope you are enjoying a safe and happy New Year’s Day relaxing with family and friends, and not necessarily reading floral industry blogs! If you ARE reading this on New Year’s Day, take a moment to check out some New Year’s floral traditions from around the world!
It’s Christmas Day 2015, and those who celebrate it are likely to be spending this day with family and friends, and not reading floral industry blogs. In fact, you may wish to take a break from the subject of holiday flowers; Christmas/Hanukkah is the peak time of the floral year, and you have probably been pretty busy lately. How busy is it? Let’s take a look!
Say, would you like to boost your morning mood; increase feelings of compassion and kindness for others; banish anxieties, worries and the blues; and provide a boost of energy, happiness and enthusiasm at work? Researchers in University studies have the answer: Flowers!