Uncertainty hovers over America’s celebration of motherhood. Will florists be making flower deliveries? Which flowers will they have in stock? And will it be safe to order flowers for Mother’s Day this year, since the coronavirus still threatens our lives? These are just a few questions that might have crossed your mind after Easter. However,
Ann Potter is the author of The Flower Fix – one of the 5 floral design e-books I’ve recently recommended. Her book can be downloaded from Amazon and you can read it on your phone or Kindle device. In this video, Anna makes a flower installation using preserved and dried flowers. As you can see,
5 Floral Design Books to Download on Your Phone or Kindle Device. Get Inspired Amidst the Coronavirus Outbreak!
With all the bad news that floods our homes these days through the screens of our TVs and phones, it’s hard to stay positive. You need a new perspective. Indulge yourself in the bright colors of a few floral design books! Because social distancing seems to be the best way to keep the coronavirus at
Looking for some flower arrangement ideas for the Easter table? Due to the low demand for flowers, it’s almost impossible to count on flower imports at the moment. Many florists have closed their flower shops and strive to keep their employees, but many have been made redundant already. The coronavirus has hit us hard and
Opened for the first time in 1950, the huge garden was immediately successful, with over 200,000 visitors in its first year. Since then, the Keukenhof Gardens have become the catwalk on which spring flowers display their beauty and crave for attention. Tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, muscari and many other seasonal flowers can be admired in full
UK Mother’s Day in Jeopardy as the New Coronavirus Spreads Panic Among Consumers. What Should Florists Do?
It's going to be a mad weekend! At the moment, in the UK, there are 2,642 patients infected with the new coronavirus Sars-CoV-2. So far, the virus has killed 72 people but statistics change every hour. The government may also instill more restrictions. So, how should you approach Mother’s Day in this turmoil, as a