Trend and colour with flowers.
The project has characterised a number of blue smokebush selections exhibiting different flowering times, form and colour. Production protocols have been developed for the successful cultivation of blue smokebush. Testing on export markets has shown blue smokebush to be a sought-after cut … Continued
In issue 46, we brought you the results of the Flower Association of Queensland Inc. (FAQI) annual florist poll, and invited you to take part yourself through our weblink. This issue, we look at the answers to some of these … Continued
Safety data sheet about using Floralife 300 Clear Vase Solution.
The Floristry Sector is mainly engaged in the retailing, creation and designing of flower and foliage products. Businesses in this industry purchase flowers from growers, arrange them and sell them directly to consumers. Many businesses are owner operated and the … Continued
It wasn’t my intention to re-visit a previous article, but I feel I must. Recently, in Hobart, I visited a number of florists. The main discussion was wedding work and the role of ‘back yarders’ eroding their profit margin. In … Continued
Safety data sheet for safe handling of Floralife 200 Clear Storage Solution.
Environmental Scans are produced annually by Australia’s Indu stry Skills Councils and analyse existing and emerging trends in the service industries, focusing on their implications for workforce development. They form a key piece of advice to the government on skill … Continued
While production of cultivated wildflowers has increased dramatically over the last 20 years, sales of wildflowers on the domestic market have not kept pace with this increase. Market research, commissioned by AFPGA, and supported by RIRDC, was carried out in November 1999 … Continued
Recently I went to a forum attended by employers representing floristry, hairdressing and beauty therapy. I found it very interesting to listen to comments made by the employers in their respective trades regarding the financial expectation of their staff from … Continued