Retail Florists in Crisis:
Cost of Goods
How to set and achieve a goal of limiting and monitoring the amount
of materials in arrangements.
Made for Mom
Easy custom design touches personalize arrangements for every type
Five easy enhancements will boost your plant profile for Mother’s
International Floral Distributors (IFD) shares four trendy looks for
2010 event florals and the palettes that bring them to life.
Check out these suppliers’ picks of new and noteworthy flower
Moss’ Florist & Garden Center has grown with its Tennessee community
to become a top source for flowers, plants, gifts and garden
Top Trends in
A return to shared values will fuel Americans’ desire to spend more
time, and money, on their outdoor spaces.
Independent florists develop their own iPhone applications to ensure
that customers can order, and browse portfolios, on the go.
Home Fragrance Trends
Eco-friendly options and a focus on the fragrance experience are
slated to help revive fallen sales.
by Frances Dudley, AAF
Candle & Fragrance Gallery
Jay Conrad Levinson
Product Source Guide
Elements of Style
by Talmage McLaurin, AIFD
Florists' Review Bookstore
‘Pizzazz’ roses from Royal Flowers; ‘Acapulco’ Oriental hybrid
lilies, ‘Blue Moon’ spray roses, Gerberas, ‘Nova’ Eryngium and
feverfew from The Sun Valley Group; heather and panda plant (Kalanchoe tomentosa) from favorite suppliers; Fuchsia Flared Vase from
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