Broaden Your Palette with Dyed Flowers

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There is no shortage of creative people in the cut flower business. They love to use all the old tricks – and conjure up new ones – in an ongoing effort to challenge themselves and to dazzle their clientele. One reliable trick of the trade is dyeing flowers. During the springtime holidays this old standby can add a touch of excitement around a busy shop, and in the final product! That’s the topic of FloraLife’s latest piece for Floriology, “Dyed Flowers Care and Handling.”

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Flowers to Dye For!

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Dyed flowers are one tool in the toolbox that designers use to shake things up creatively. At certain times of the year, dyed flowers are in big demand and big, bold primary colors will compete with the pretty pastels of spring. So how do you care for these dyed dandies?  That’s the topic of our latest article for LivRio: “Dyed Flowers Care and Handling!”

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Spring Bulbs to the Rescue!

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It seems like just when you’re ready to surrender to the winter blahs, her come those first crocuses breaking through the frost to brighten your day and provide a fresh perspective. Bulbs truly bring joy amid the gloom, so why not give them a little TLC in return? That’s the topic of our latest article for Florists’ Review: “Spring Sensation: Care and Handling of Cut Bulb Flowers.”

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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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