Angela Stembridge, Fresca Farms:

US: 'Enhanced flowers more often part of Halloween celebration'

Halloween is around the corner and the US seems to turn orange. It is an important holiday for almost every industry, and the ornamental sector is no exception. "We've been selling Halloween flowers for some time now and this year we have a special roses that glow in the dark", says Angela Stembridge of flower grower, importer and distributor Fresca Farms.

The roses in the upper right bouquet are glow in the dark roses.

According to Stembridge, all kinds of flowers are being used for Halloween bouquets or arrangements, but there are noticeable trends. "This year the more enhanced flowers are in demand. Flowers that are glittered, dyed, painted, tie-dyed and so on are very trendy. And we have a new process that makes our roses glow in the dark.

Increasing demand
And the demand for flower arrangements seems to be increasing. According to Stembridge, the reason for this increase is the fact that more people are celebrating Halloween at home or having parties instead of the traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating.

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