Like a warm gust of wind, these springtime delights blow away the
Ahead of the Curve
Belvedere Flowers combines technology with a personal touch to
attract and keep customers in suburban Philadelphia.
Retail Florists in Crisis:
Reducing Labor Costs
To offer consumers the lower prices they seek while maintaining your
profitability, you’ll likely have to reduce business expenses. Here
are some ideas for lowering your payroll.
Balloons for Spring
The latest offerings for St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Administrative
Professionals Day and Mother’s Day.
Are You Tech Savvy?
How to put technology to work for your business in 2010.
by Frances Dudley, AAF
Debra Kahn Schofield
Product Source Guide
Elements of Style
by Talmage McLaurin, AIFD
Florists' Review Bookstore
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Ranunculi, hyacinths and Alliums (daffodil garlic) courtesy of the
Netherlands Flower Bulb Information Center; Berzelia from favorite
supplier; Toile Vase from burton + BURTON; Lomey™ Wire Collar from
Oasis® Floral Products.
• To read and see more,
here to purchase the current issue of Florist's Review.
Exciting bonuses this month online:
Uncover the legends and truths
about Valentine's Day.
- Discover the cures for a variety
of rose ailments, from premature bent neck to wilted foliage.
- What would "secret shoppers"
reveal about your shop and the knowledge and professionalism of
your staff? Invite a few into your store, and use our handy
secret shopper evaluation form to see how your business scores.
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