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Don’t miss these 25 petal-packed stunners from the June 11th judging at the (KAVB) “Royal Association Of Flowerbulb Growers” at the CNB Tradecenter in Lisse, South Holland! Top breeders enter their best of the best new breeds of Iris, Lilies and Allium! Think Spring and enjoy this refreshing trip down ‘flower bulb lane’ to see... Read More »
If you didn’t manage to secure a ticket for this year’s famous RHS Chelsea Flower Show, fear not. For there’s still an opportunity to enjoy an array of spectacular – and entirely free – floral delights when you’re out shopping in Chelsea over the next few days. Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the Chelsea... Read More »
Carl Kleiner creates sleek editorial content for fashion and lifestyle brands, and that sensibility shows in his photo and video series Postures which features artfully arranged tulips. Using minimal metal rods, bent at strategic ends and angles, Kleiner showcases the graceful curves of the flowers’ long necks and gently ruffled petals and leaves. A further... Read More »
If you are ever stranded in the wilderness of the U.S., unsure which direction is the nearest grocery store or restaurant, fear not. The forest is your supermarket, and it is time to go shopping! If you find yourself stuck in a wetland area, cattails may save you. Although it may look like a hairy... Read More »
Making Flower Exports Blossom Again. Flower exports used to be, at the height of production, one of Zimbabwe’s biggest forex earners. By 2001, Zimbabwean flower exports ranked as the second largest in Africa, only behind Kenya. Zimbabwe was also the fifth biggest exporter to the European Union. The flower growers and exporters in Zimbabwe were... Read More »
Do you know how most leaders sabotage themselves during a negotiation? If you think it’s because they’re being “too soft,” you’re in for a surprise. Negotiation is a critical leadership skill and yet very few managers know how to do it effectively — and with flair. The main reason for failure at a negotiation table... Read More »
For spring 2019, bridal designers were more daring than ever. While most of them still stuck to ethereal, white, and dreamy as the overall theme, it was refreshing to see more options for silhouettes, colorful gowns, and pantsuits as well. Whether or not you’re shopping for a wedding gown (admit it, they’re fun to look... Read More »
Know immediately if your child has a handful of Virginia creeper or poison ivy. Identifying flowers, leaves and trees can be useful, educational and even entertaining. But while you can attempt an online search if you’re not sure what something is, googling “white star shaped flower” can turn up hundreds of pages of possible results.... Read More »
PlantShed offers customers the chance to grab a latte and a bouquet of flowers all in one trip. An Upper West Side florist is introducing a new concept at its newest location in the neighborhood: The floral cafe. Plantshed’s new location at 555 Columbus Avenue, located between West 86th and 87th streets, is a fusion... Read More »
At the height of North American summer, many plants are at their most dangerous. We don’t normally think of plants as particularly scary organisms. But this rather entertaining Reddit thread from 2016 will make you reconsider that assumption. “Botanists of Reddit, what are the scariest plants in the world?” user Zipzapadam asked. And Reddit delivered.... Read More »
Summer season is here!! Sunny days, great times and of course lots and lots of weddings and other events for florists to cater for. As you get busy this season we wish you successful business and hop that his newsletter will inspire you in one way or another. IF YOU WOULD LIKE A FREE FLORIST PROFILE ON FLOWERWEB.COM, SEND AN EMAIL TO firstname.lastname@example.org AND WE WILL GET YOU STARTED.
During the recently held RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Floral Fundamentals ambassadors created a beautiful floral exhibit using various flowers and plants including Porta Nova red naomi roses. The installation was a brainchild of UK based florist Morgan Douglas Nuth who together with eight other top florists brought to life a creation that spelt-out unity and beauty in vivid floral language. READ MORE
Yet another wedding season; filled with color, vibrance and superb floral design creativity. For a dose of inspiration we serve you some unique wedding table centerpieces from various floral designers as showcased on their social media platforms. Check out these 12 ideas. READ MORE
During the 3 day Expo-Russia Kazakhstan held from 26th June to 28th June 2018 at the Global Business Forum in Almaty, floral designer Araik Galstyan presented a unique floral design collection in a show dubbed Wedding World Premium Show. READ MORE
Proteas are the true crown jewels of the cape, and visitors to this part of the world should be ready to be awe inspired by this unique flower. A new trend quickly gaining prominence among floral designers is the use of proteas in wedding arrangements. READ MORE
The day is celebrated every beginning of June and will see graduands from high schools, vocational colleges and universities receive roses as they proudly wear the Scandinavian white cap. According to Jouni Seppänen, long and big-headed top quality red roses such as Porta Nova Red Naomi are the most popular on Graduation Day. READ MORE
Spring Wedding” was the theme for this year’s competition at RHS Chelsea. The florists were asked to create a floral wedding throne. One of the conditions was that 2/3 of the finished design had to be fresh flower and/or plant material.
Rebecca Hough was named the RHS Chelsea Florist of the Year 2018 while Ellouise Hasler-Stott emerged the RHS Young Chelsea Florist of the Year 2018. READ MORE
Expo Flor Ecuador will take place in the Metropolitan Convention Center of Quito, from September 19th to the 21st, 2018. The main flower fair of Ecuador is expecting the participation of approximately 1800 visitors who will discover more than 1000 varieties of flowers in one of the main venues of the region. READ MORE
What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you think about summer? Enjoying sunny days at the beach, having a picnic in the park, travelling to sunny destinations. Flowers have the power to deliver this summer feeling, especially the colourful gerbera. READ MORE
At the onset of this summer, Takii, in collaboration with the Van Gogh Museum, organized a promotional campaign for the ‘Sunrich – Van Gogh’s Favorite’ concept. It is not just a celebration of the summer, but also the announcement of the start of the Sunrich sunflower season. READ MORE
Christina Burton-Fox AIFD
floral artist & instructor