Floralife Research Updates, located in the Care and Handling section of our website, are a valuable source of cut flower knowledge. Our goal is to help growers, transporters, wholesalers and retailers get the most from their investment, and present healthy, long-lasting flowers to the consumer. Let’s take a look at a recent care and handling essay, “Influence of Fresh and Reused Hydrating Pretreatments on Rose Cultivars.”
Floralife’s Spotlight Program is a series of articles about where cut flowers come from, the people that make it happen, and their floral best practices. Recently we paid a visit to California’s Kendall Farms, who shared with us the beauty of their flowers, as well as the production, sustainability and community involvement measures that have landed them in the Spotlight!
Today, in almost every industry, sustainability is a major focus. It seems that the cut flower industry gets special attention, though, because a lot of production occurs in parts of the world where natural resources can be limited. Among the various aspects of sustainability, water usage is a chief concern. We’re happy to report that Floralife is out in front on the issue!
Floralife’s Spotlight Program is a series of articles that looks at where cut flowers come from and the people that make it happen, as well as highlighting best practices. This month, the Tazawa Rose Nursery in Japan shares with us the beauty of their roses and some of the steps they have implemented to achieve their success. Read more 〉
Florists and designers have known it forever (well, at least since 1954)… For long-lasting hydration, and physical support for floral arrangements, it’s hard to beat floral foam. Let’s take a moment to appreciate this workhorse of the floral industry, find out what’s new, and learn how Floralife products interact with floral foam.