Sure, we’re in the middle of a pandemic, and things have been unpredictable. There’s no way of knowing when—or if—things will go “back to normal” for the floral industry
Last year, nobody could have predicted that the next Mother’s Day would land smack in the middle of a global pandemic. Going into Mother’s Day 2020, who knew what the demand would be?
Fourth of July is a time to celebrate our national pride, but it will undoubtedly be different this year.
The sympathy flower business has long been a mainstay of florists, but in our current situation, things have changed dramatically. As a result of COVID-19, much of the grief and bereavement is now done at a distance.
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Through cutting-edge technology, Danziger’s breeders use precise techniques to bring about a specific trait in the shortest amount of time.
It’s happened to all of us. It’s the dead heat of summer and the air conditioner dies. We don’t mean like oops there was a power surge and it kicks back on; no this is a full-on air-conditioning meltdown.
The COVID-19 pandemic turned the wedding industry upside down. Weddings planned for the Spring and Summer were canceled or postponed, and florists have been reeling. Everything seems so up-in-the-air right now.
OK, so big weddings aren’t a thing right now, but that doesn’t mean people aren’t getting married! Plus, many brides and grooms have postponed their Summer weddings until later in the year. Whether it’s a right-now socially distant wedding or...
May is a time of celebration, with graduations, proms, and weddings. Celebrations may be different this year, but they’re still going on! Students are holding proms on Zoom and celebrating graduations at a distance. Brides and grooms even have "drive-by"...