New in Flowers
Flower trends are constantly evolving. Here we link you with information and topics impacting the world of changing flower trends, flower types, floral varieties, flower colors and floral design styles and arrangements. Here is what is trending in flowers.
The plant boom is creating a new group of hobby plant collectors. Caudex, or fat-bottomed plants (the caudex is the stem where new growth arises) and Caudiciform plants, having a fat stem or trunk, are all the rage! These are typically easy to grow and do not require much maintenance! This Thursd.com article shares some of the favorites being collected!
We never knew the Talinum plant genus! But we love it thanks to Marginpar’s introduction of ‘Long John’, the Glazen Tulp 2021 cut flower category winner! Covered in small seed pods in red and orange Talinum paniculatum, brings more nature into our world of cut flowers. Its enough to want fall all over again. See Long John and see all of the Glazen Tulp winners!
Our world of cut flowers just continues to grow and improve each year! For 2021 HilverdaFlorist introduces 13 new standard gerbera varieties plus three new varieties in the Piccolini® Series (the smallest Gerbera in their assortment), plus new standard carnations, minicarnations and limonium! See all the HilverdaFlorist introductions, plus the video on the new standard Gerbera varieties or the mini gerbera varieties!!
Dummen Orange gives us a new yellow rose to be excited about! Momentum is a rose with bright yellow energy and with an extremely large flower as compared to many yellows. This lemon-yellow rose becomes more golden-yellow as it opens. Definitely a rose to look for! See this Dummen Orange beauty at the Flower Buzz rose of the month page!
The Dutch gerbera breeders and growers collective, Coloured by GERBERA, bring us their inspiring 2020 Novelty Gerbera selections and new inspiration boards! Gerberas always provide impact and their colors provide big impact for fall and winter floral décor! See all the new inspiration boards from Coloured by Gerbera!
Research by Interplant Roses has revealed many spray rose varieties being cut too tight to maximize vase life. The research indicates, that harvesting more open increases the vase life of large-headed spray roses up to 30%. What an easy way for the industry to improve consumer value! See how investing in the right cut stage for spray roses is good for all of us! See the Thursd.com article.