Floristery

September 27-30, Bilzen

Belgium: EMC to participate at Fleuramour 2019

With a EMC Fleuramour Team comprised of EMC Subscribed Members and the Core Educational Team, EMC is preparing for participating in Fleuramour 2019: Back to the Future. On Friday 27 September, EMC will be present at the first-ever POP UP Stand at Fleuramour, an event hosted by EMC educational Partner…

Miyoshi exhibits at Japanese Pavilion in Expo 2019 Beijing

Miyoshi & Co., Ltd. is exhibiting at the main exhibition stand of the Japanese Pavilion in the International Horticultural Exposition “Expo 2019 Beijing”. Mysterious Japan Blue Japan Blue is a color from Japanese traditional indigo dye. Japan Blue, which is used to symbolize Japan in sports and…

A preserved rose flower tribute to Takashi Murakami

Japanese contemporary artist, Takashi Murakami’s flowers are his most recognizable motif. With twelve petals and a bright, beaming smile, this daisy flower design has been featured everywhere from the Versailles Palace to Vans sneakers. Jet Fresh Flower Distributors made a special floral tribute to…

Hackney Coffee Company

McQueens Flower School and Pelargonium for Europe give summer color to a London coffeehouse

World-renowned McQueens Flower School unites with Pelargonium for Europe, transforming East London's trendy Hackney Coffee Company into a vibrant oasis of summer colour. McQueens Flower School Principal, Sophie Powell, and her students have created a breathtaking installation suspended from the ceiling,…

Tour de France winner has ties to the floral industry

Flower farms thrive in Colombia in large part because of the country’s high altitude — a characteristic that, as it turns out, also helped create the ideal training conditions for a future cycling champion. Over the weekend, Egan Bernal, 22, became the youngest athlete to win the Tour de France since…

US (SC): Clemson and American Floral Endowment encourage floriculture education

Agriscience teachers from all over the United States met at Clemson University to STEM it UP! for floriculture education at a professional development conference focused on teaching them everything they need to know to get their floriculture curriculum in full bloom. Catherine DiBenedetto, Clemson…

Avalanche+ flourishes in Polish castles and palaces

In 2018 and 2019 the Avalanche+ rose was a precious guest received by the Lubomirski Palace in Przeworsk, the Książ Castle, the Zamoyski Palace in Kozłówka, the Warsaw Royal Castle and the Wilanów Palace. The rose's royal and noble journey started in Lubomirski Palace in Przeworsk, where she took part in…

US (MO): Native plants and grasses inspire flower dress design

Floral artist Andrea K. Grist conjures a playful mini-dress infused with the personality of woodland, meadow and prairie, featuring botanicals sourced from Little Green Garden. “I was inspired by the native plants and grasses that grow in and around the flower farms of Missouri and Kansas,” she says.…

US: Washington-grown dahlias as a lavish quilt

Tammy Myers of First and Bloom, who’s based in the Seattle area, centered her American Flowers Week botanical couture look around quilts and dahlias. “I’ve always been inspired by the American West,” she explains. “My mother is a quilter. My father loves American history. My grandfather was a descendant…

UK: Voting open for BFA Industry Awards

The voting has started for the British Florist Association Industry Awards. The categories of the BFA Industry Awards change to ensure the awards remain current and reflect…

September 18-20, Mexico City

First Mexican Floral Art Cup in the making

The First Mexican Floral Art Cup is going to be presented at the Ornamental Plants & Flowers Mexico trade fair. There is room for 15 Latin American competitors in the…

Skill, passion and gorgeous products, all captured with cinematic flair

Cinefleur new international calling card for the flower industry

Cinefleur digital magazine combines the world of travel, film & photography with the world of flowers & plants. You already knew that the ornamental flower sector and the people dedicated to it capture the imagination like little else, and now there is a tangible way to share that conviction with…

A flower shop disguised as a candy shop

This year the International Floriculture Expo was held in Miami, where Jet Fresh Flowers debuted its Candy Shop for the first time. This concept and exhibit was made entirely in-house, featuring fresh-cut and preserved flowers available from Jet Fresh Flower Distributors. Floral designs were made by Olga…

American Flowers Week presents field-grown fashion

We’re quickly approaching American Flowers Week, the fifth annual celebration originally launched in 2015 by Slow Flowers. This year, the organizers continue the inspiring Botanical Couture Collection, a series of wearable floral fashions, created with locally-harvested flowers and foliages by design…

US (VA): Guests dine under tulip chandeliers

Every American Grown Field to Vase Dinner is special, but the second stop of the 2019 tour at Bloomia USA in King George, Virginia, may have set a new standard for the floral chandelier. Guests dined under a canopy of 36 color-blocked tulip chandeliers at tables featuring vases overflowing with tulips…

Russia: 20th Russian Florist Cup at “FlowersExpo”

Traditionally, the site where the most important event, the Championship of Russia among professional florists is held annually, is the International Trade Fair "FlowersExpo". So this year, within its framework, on September 10-11, the 20th Russian Florist CUP'2019 will be held. The organizer is the…

US: FFA members have a future in floriculture

In July 2018, FFA members had their first opportunity to attend the American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD) National Symposium in Washington, D.C. The symposium is one of the largest events in the floral industry and is widely considered the most important floral design education event in the…

Flowers from the Farm celebrate British Flowers Week at the Royal Opera House

In celebration of British Flowers Week, growers from Flowers from the Farm are bringing beautiful, scented, British cut flowers back to the heart of Covent Garden in an exclusive collaboration with event florist, Simon Lycett, and the Royal Opera House. The glass-domed Paul Hamlyn Hall of the Royal Opera…

June 23, 2019

Spreading happiness with flowers during National Lonely Bouquet Day

The National Lonely Bouquet Day will take place on Sunday the 23rd of June 2019. The ultimate goal of this initiative is very simple, florists and flower lovers all around the world dedicate one day a year to making strangers happy. The method chosen to achieve this goal is… flowers. What began as a…

All about the floral art of kokedama

You must have heard a thousand times about Ikebana, the Japanese floral art that we can find in many different spaces. But do you know about Kokedama? What is it? What plants does it use? How is Kokedama made? Verdissimo, producer of preserved plants and flowers, tells us more about this floral art, an…

Video: How Deliflor's new mini chrysanthemums shine in a sphere arrangement

In this video Master Flower Influencer J Schwanke - The Flower Expert from uBloom.com - shows how the new mini spray chrysanthemums from Deliflor shine in a sphere arrangement. For more information on the mini chrysanthemums of Deliflor, visit their website .


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