Announcements

Job offersmore »

Tweeting Growers

Last commentsmore »

Top 5 - yesterday

Top 5 - last week

Top 5 - last month

Exchange ratesmore »




"The future of Women’s Day is purple"

Real and positive change is happening from Hollywood to Washington D.C. and all points in-between. Sparked by the #MeToo movement, women’s rights have been a big part of the national consciousness for the last year. This has generated much-needed discussion and cultural introspection. In fact, according to Merriam-Webster, the most looked-up word on their website for 2017 was “feminism.”

It is no small coincidence that Ultra Violet, the Pantone Color of the Year, is the color of the International Women’s Day movement. This year, Women’s Day on Thursday, March 8, will be a tidal wave of purple across traditional media, social media and in large and small communities across the United States.

As retailers, wholesalers, and flower farmers, we need to be prepared with a wide selection of purple flowers. Flowers share the energy and momentum of a moment like nothing else. They represent change and symbolize hope. Purple flowers specifically represent pride, dignity and success —how appropriate for Women’s Day?

Read more at Sun Valley

Publication date: 2/21/2018

 


 

Other news in this sector:

6/22/2018 UK: NFU launches new Plants and Flowers Pledge
6/22/2018 UK: Chelsea Flower Show artworks auctioned for Wessex Cancer Trust
6/21/2018 UK: Co-op signs three-year deals with flower suppliers
6/21/2018 US: California Grown Nursery Marketplace launches
6/19/2018 Lidl introduces GGN consumer label for flowers and ornamentals
6/18/2018 UK: Succulents are July's Houseplant of the Month
6/14/2018 Danziger brings physical experience to Flower Trials
6/14/2018 “Flowers don’t require tough labour” campaign debuts in Europe
6/12/2018 Revamped Quick Plug brings together 75 years of knowledge and experience
6/12/2018 UK: ‘Geraniums at the Door’ installation extended to end of June
6/8/2018 US: Research reveals reasons why people use pollinator-friendly plants
6/7/2018 US: Prom promotion generates 2.4 million impressions
6/7/2018 An orchid for Kim and Trump?
6/5/2018 IFTEX sees launch of social performance portal CSR Africa
6/5/2018 First Lady’s Luncheon showcases American Grown flowers
6/5/2018 China: Blossoming peonies boost Gansu Linxia's economy
6/5/2018 India: Flower traders’ bid to nip market revamp project in the bud
6/4/2018 US: June is officially California Grown Flower Month
6/4/2018 US: Floralife and Floriology team up for National Rose Month
6/1/2018 Climbing fruit: June Garden Plants of the Month

 

Leave a comment: (max. 500 characters)

  1. All comments which are not related to the article contents will be removed.
  2. All comments with non-related commercial content, will be removed.
  3. All comments with offensive language, will be removed.




  Display email address

  new code