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Hilverda De Boer 'exporter of the month' at Parfum Flower Company

NL: Getting people excited about fragrant roses

Hilverda De Boer is the new 'exporter of the month' at Parfum Flower Company. Thanks to several successful campaigns, they succeeded in introducing the fragrant rose to many of their customers. Recently Johan Kloos from Parfum Flower Company presented a beautiful bouquet of fragrant roses and a nice bottle.....

Seven American Rose Trials awards for Star Roses and Plants

Star Roses and Plants recently won 7 out of 11 awards from The American Rose Trials for Sustainability (A.R.T.S.) program. A.R.T.S. identifies the most sustainable, hardy, pest-resistant, and beautiful rose cultivars for use in American landscapes and gardens.Eleven roses earned A.R.T.S. awards for 2019:.....

"British flowers use 95% less carbon than imported flowers"

Booths is a supporter of Flowers from the Farm and supplies its customers with British flowers, produced by 12 local suppliers across 16 stores throughout the summer season.Currently, British artisan flower growers cover just 10-15% of the UK’s flower market. One of Booths’ suppliers, Petal and Twig are an.....

Rhein-Maas supports Concours Bouquets d’Aujourd’hui at Salon du Végétal

From June 12 to June 21, Veiling Rhein-Maas attended the Salon du Végétal for the third consecutive time. They presented themselves with their own booth at the most important horticultural trade show in France. Theun Brinksma, customer relationship manager for French-speaking markets, and André van den.....

Flower exports earned Kenya $420 million in four months

Flower exports earned Kenya Sh42.59 billion (420 million USD) in the first four months of this year on account of good rains and quality standards.Market data from Kenya National Bureau of Standards shows a 40.41 per cent increase in sales from Sh30.33 billion (300 million USD) over the same period of last.....

NOT YET NL: Latest chrysanthemum varieties at Dekker's Chrysanthemum Valley

Japanese flower growers and traders admired the chrysanthemum varieties of the future at Dekker Chrysanten in Hensbroek, The Netherlands, on June 11. The North Holland breeding company was renamed Chrysanthemum Valley, and during this event they presented the very latest in chrysanthemum developments to the.....

NL: New branding at 'Chrysanthemum Valley'

In a nod to Silicon Valley in San Francisco, the Dekker Chrysanthemum plant in Hensbroek was renamed Chrysanthemum Valley during the flower trial days on June 11-15. "Innovation is in our genes and we present the latest of the latest in chrysanthemums, including the two-tone paint technique with our.....

Arend Roses launched large-flowered coral rose

Arend Roses has launched a new large-flowered quality rose: Wow! from breeder DeRuiter. This novelty is since Monday June 18 available on the rose auction clock at Royal FloraHolland flower auction in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands. Wow!This Arend Roses novelty has a colour that's best described as coral. Wow! is.....

Video: Discover where flowers begin

This week on the Flowers of Colombia, uBloom explores where the flowers begin with a visit to Ball SB.They visited with Joaquin De La Torre and Lourdes Reyes. Lourdes shares a new Color Varietal of Stock- “Vintage Rose” and shows us the difference between “Spray Stock” and regular Stock.Colombia is.....

Australia: Flower growers give country-of-origin label laws a spray

A new country-of-origin labelling scheme comes into effect on July 1 requiring food products to specify whether they were made in Australia, and the percentage of Australian ingredients used to make them.But Australian Flower Council secretary Shane Holborn said consumers should also be privy to the origin.....

“Flowers don’t require tough labour” campaign debuts in Europe

Floralife is debuting its “Flowers Don’t Require Tough Labour” campaign in Europe. Centering around a video, the campaign showcases the savings on labour costs and time that can be achieved using the Floralife Express Technology.The video, “Flowers Don’t Require Tough Labour” is the third in a series of.....

Flower Circus:

Russian florists busy preparing for the wedding season

The wedding season in Russia traditionally starts in June. Right before the season begins is the perfect moment to show off the latest in new trends and techniques to florists. That's why Flower Circus set off last month with Flowers Magician Mark Frank to inspire florists in Nizhny Novgorod and Kazan."The.....

Rose reveals its secrets to researchers of Wageningen

Scientists from Wageningen University & Research and their international colleagues have successfully produced a high-quality reference genome for the rose. The reference genome will allow breeders to screen for desired variations of the globally popular ornamental plant in a much faster and more precise.....

UK: Lily is in the July Flower Agenda

We're already past the first half of the year, and we celebrate the warmer months with the elegant lily in the Flower Agenda in July. Consumers can read all about this versatile flower in the Flower Agenda on Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk. This includes information about colours, shapes and sizes.Origin of the.....