At Rio, we’re proud to bring you a wide variety of standard, garden, and spray roses. As part of our vast selection, we also offer tinted roses. Nature already provides the most incredible colors and combinations, but sometimes customers want...
One of the newest varieties, Enamorada, displays a beautiful deep pink color. Enamorada means “in love,” and you will undoubtedly fall in love with this new variety and the entire “The Magriets” Chrysanthemum series.
As the nights begin to draw in and the leaves start to turn color, we are reminded that Halloween will soon be upon us, and we should begin planning our festive flowers.
Fall is a fantastic time of year for many reasons, from the changing seasons to the start of a new school year and the promise of many holidays to come. But fall is also important because it’s the time of...
It’s back-to-school season again! This is the time when students and teachers are heading into a new academic year filled with anticipation. But we also know that teachers, students, and parents face more challenges than ever
Did you know that National Grandparents Day is the first Sunday after Labor Day? This year, that’s September 11th — which is right around the corner. But it’s not too late to promote flowers for this special day.
We are delighted to be introducing two new premium roses to our Rio Roses collection: Rio Bumblebee and Rio Momentum. We carefully selected each of these premium rose varieties to make a unique contribution to the diversity of our collection.
Amazing Floral Wholesale is a Canadian wholesale florist created to help local retail florists compete in the floral market. A three-generation family business model, the company is owned and operated by women.
Danziger is proud to announce the launch of its new SENTI® Roses assortment, an exciting step for the company. This is an opportunity to generate added value for growers around the globe, thanks to Danziger’s expertise, excellence, and experience.
Mainly native to the Americas, sunflowers belong to the same plant family as Chrysanthemums, and Gerberas. Their Latin name, Helianthus, comes from the Greek words for sun, Helios, and flower, Anthos.