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Interesting Information on Fresh Cut Flowers - NbuFlowers

Interesting Information on Fresh Cut Flowers

Blooms of fresh-cut flowers have been adding sentiments to our lives for ages. From worshipping God to decorating homes and parties, flowers are needed everywhere to add natural aesthetics to the atmosphere.
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Global Rose

Global Rose - Wholesale Flowers & Supplies

For the last 30 years, farms of Global rose have been cultivating flowers to make high-quality standards flowers. They have sold more than 100 million flowers and served thousands of special events.
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Global Rose

Review of Global Rose


Global Rose - - is a floral company that offers wholesale flowers, bouquets, and arrangements. They offer special pre-made products for special occasions, such as weddings and holidays and various life events.

Though their contact information list as being in Miami, in their ‘about’ description they say that they fly their flowers to Miami, and there are multiple grammar and formatting mistakes in both the website and in responses to reviews posted on third-party websites. Several sources say that they are actually based in Columbia, which in and of itself is not surprising,

as many roses and other kinds of flowers grow there for the climate.

Review of Global Rose

Reviews are very polarized. A quick glance shows good ratings of 4+ stars on five websites but

delving deeper shows a large number of unsatisfied customers. Most of the complaints are due to shipping issues, which aren’t necessarily the company’s fault, as the products are shipped via FedEx and not the company themselves - and shipping something so fragile, that’s dependent on specific care requirements like temperature, and that has a comparatively short shelf life, is always going to have at least some problems. On The Knot, at least, Global Rose does address both critical comments and praising comments, and

their explanations for those who have experienced issues do appear to be reasonable and fair. They also operate on Amazon, which adds a bit of authenticity, and

on this platform the majority of reviews are positive. Again, shipping is the main difficulty customers have had,

and this is always going to be a tough point for such a large floral company that doesn’t handle this aspect of business themselves. They do their best to prevent complications on their end by not harvesting blooms until absolutely needed for their delivery, attempting to package them as protectively as possible, and making sure that they get their flowers to FedEx facilities on refrigerated trucks; they also have policies to help address things as they arise.

Final Opinion for Global Rose

There are a few threads about whether or not the company is a scam, but I feel that I would be comfortable ordering from them. When ordering from any new company,I wouldn’t necessarily spend hundreds of dollars the first time, but I’d definitely be okay purchasing something and giving them a shot. Global Rose seems like a legitimate company, and they seem to have a passion for flowers.

By - Heather Atkin

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Flowers For My Boyfriend

Flowers For My Boyfriend

I am not sure if I should get flowers for my boyfriend. He is always telling me to stop spending money on him, but it seems like he appreciates them. So I was wondering if you have any advice on this matter.

This might be a tough decision because it's difficult to tell how your significant other will perceive receiving flowers from you in the first place. Your best course of action is to gauge their reaction before just making assumptions about what they want and need from you in general.

Flowers are a great gift for any occasion. They can use to show someone that you care and love them. Flowers can give as a thank you, congratulations, or apology.  They can give on Valentine’s Day, Mother's Day, Christmas, or even just because!

The best flowers to give your boyfriend are the ones that mean something special to him. For example if he loves baseball then getting him some roses is perfect because they represent the color of his team!

It is important to be thoughtful about your choice of flowers because different flowers have different meanings. I you want to show that you care, then choosing the right flower is important.

Here are some of our Dainty delicate flowers for your boyfriend

  1. Benchmark Bouquets 20 stem Rainbow Mini Carnations, With Vase (Fresh Cut Flowers): Our long-lasting Rainbow Mini Carnation bunch is the perfect choice to send a simple, yet long-lasting, a bundle of cheerful blooms. This bold bunch of fresh flowers will brighten up any room and is sure to satisfy for days to come. This elegant flower is a perfect fit for him.
  2. 12 Pack Assorted Tillandsia Ionantha Air Plants - 30 Day Guarantee - Wholesale - Bulk - Fast Shipping - House Plants - Succulents - Free Air Plant Care Ebook by Jody James: These are one of our suggested flowers which you can get for your boyfriend. If your boyfriend loves to farm, or create a garden of flowers, he'll surely love to have this flower on his list or as we know garden. Air Plants are hardy bromeliad plants from Central and South America that don't require soil to grow. Simply soak them in water for 20 minutes once a week and let them dry out. They require indirect, but bright light.

Worried about caring for your boyfriend caring for his new plant? Have you feared? Check your Inbox after ordering and we will send you a Free PDF EBook "Air Plants" Care & Design" by Jody James that will cover topics such as air plant care, displays, and the origins of these special little plants.

You may brighten his day by sending him one of our flowers. Get one today!

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Flowers For My Love

Flowers For My Love

Flowers are a symbol of love and affection. They have been used as a way of expressing one's feelings for another person in many cultures and civilizations. In ancient times, the Greeks would give their loved ones roses, while the Romans would send violets to their wives. Today, flowers are still considered one of the most popular gifts for loved ones on Valentine's Day or on other special occasions such as anniversaries and birthdays.

A beautiful bouquet of flowers is a classic way to say "I love you." Whether it's for Valentine's Day, an anniversary, or just because, we have the perfect arrangement to show your sweetheart just how much you care.

While there are many different meanings and traditions associated with certain flowers, people often associate them with love and admiration. Research has also shown that women prefer flowers over other gifts like jewelry or chocolates.

Here are some of our Dainty delicate flowers for your girl

Every person has a different personality and preferences when it comes to gifts. Flowers are a timeless gift and the perfect way to show how much you care about your loved one. Below is a list of our best flower arrangements for your specific needs.

  1. Benchmark Bouquets 12 Stem Assorted Asiatic Lilies, With Vase (Fresh Cut Flowers): Send this beautiful assorted lily bouquet to girl and a burst of colors will bloom before her eyes. Shipped in bud form, these vibrant blooms  guarantee to stay fresh for at least seven days!

  2. Bloomerang Dark Purple Reblooming Lilac (Syringa) Live Shrub, Purple Flowers: Bloomerang Dark Purple blooms in spring like traditional lilacs, then reblooms in summer and adds beauty and fragrance to gardens from spring to fall. Send this lovely flower to your love, especially as a garden or flower lover. He/she would really feel the scent of your love.

Flowers For My Love

Hopefully, these suggestions will help make your shopping experience easy and stress-free. We know how difficult it is to find the right gift at the last minute. So happy shopping and don't forget to let us know how everything turns out!

By - Emma Reeds

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Gifts in Isolation

Giving Gifts in Isolation

Gifts in Isolation- The last couple of years have been very unique, and very uniquely difficult. Every single person I know has been in isolation multiple times, and it’s definitely taking its toll, even among us introverts; there’s something different about being forced to isolate versus choosing to isolate, at least for me. And in my experience, one way to make such a situation a little bit more bearable is to give a gift. 


Actively choosing to think about others, especially during times of suffering, is not the easiest, but believe it or not, it’s actually one of the most beneficial things you could do. Research shows that social connection and meaningful relationships, including the act of giving to others,

improve our mental and even physical health and activate the reward/pleasure systems in our brains,

which makes us feel good. Beyond just helping us to cope with stress, giving and tending to others can promote your satisfaction with life and give you a sense of purpose, and it can help foster a better perspective on your own situation. Clearly, during rough periods of life, escaping a self-focused outlook and preoccupation with ourselves and our problems to turn our attention outward can make all the difference.

Flowers are a wonderful gift to give (and to receive!) There’s a reason the giving of flowers and the prevalence of them among some of the most important events in our lives - weddings, and funerals are such an important traditions. Flowers connect us with emotion, with other people. They’re appropriate for every occasion and every age. Science has proven that flowers boost mood and improve spirits, and some can even promote a restful night’s sleep. What better way to reduce your stress than by helping someone else reduce theirs? The flowers have become so easy to purchase and send, you don’t have to do any of it in person,

which makes them the perfect isolated present.

Giving Gifts in Isolation

Here are a few products to help you get start!

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Dream Farm

Dream Farm Flowers

You wouldn’t ever expect to find a place like this inside the city limits of a place like Boise, but it’s definitely a welcome surprise! Dream Farm Flowers went from unkempt horse pasture to an incredible urban cutting garden - a flower farm. This family-run business grows all their own flowers, and they use those flowers to create beautiful bouquets to deliver locally, to design florals for events, put on floral workshops, and to help consumers create their own cutting gardens. They’ve recognized both locally and state-wide, and even honored by the 2016 Idaho Botanical Gardens’ Private Garden Tour, and they give back to the community by donating to local non-profits.

Dream Farm Flowers

Dream Farm Flowers is very dedicated to the environment and sustainable practices. They support the #nofloralfoam movement, which aims to reduce usage of floral foam, or Oasis, in floral design -

Oasis is a plastic product that is not truly biodegradable (yes, not even the brands that claim to be so) nor reusable, and #nofloralfoam works to promote alternative techniques and products that are less damaging. Another example of their commitment to sustainability is their position with the Slow Flowers Movement, which aims to grow healthy, seasonal flowers in their native regions and reduce the environmental impact of the floral industry. Dream Farm Flowers puts their money where their mouth is by using methods such as crop rotation,

biological pest control, and the use of organic fertilizers and soils. Their work is gorgeous (just take a look at the photos on their website!)

and their mission is admirable - So I don’t think I’ve ever heard or seen a single complaint about them. I highly recommend visiting if you happen to be in the Boise area.

Order fresh flowers and bouquet for your loved one-
24 Light Pink Roses Fresh Cut Flowers
White Dendrobium
Fresh Cut Flowers Bouquet

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Birthday Bouquet

Birthday Bouquet For January and February

Flowers are the perfect present for any occasion, but they're incredibly well suited for birthdays. A bouquet of fresh blooms is unique to wish someone a happy birthday and celebrate the year ahead. So whether you're looking for something unique or traditional, there's a birthday bouquet that's perfect for your loved one. Keep reading to learn more about the different types of birthday bouquets and how to choose the right one.

Birthday Bouquet January And The Carnation

Carnations symbolize good luck and joy for those born in January. They come in all colors, so it's easy to find one that will match your color scheme perfectly! These flowers have been used as decoration since ancient times because their beauty captivates people from every cultural background around the world - no matter what language they speak or where you're from, there is sure to be an association with this flower somewhere down deep inside us all.

The Carnation

The carnation is one of the first flowers humans notice and began cultivating. The plant was originally native only in Asia. Still, it eventually spread around Europe, Africa, and South America due to its beauty and easy-to-use herb for cooking purposes.

Carnations have been grown since then by many cultures, such as Aztecs. However, they used them primarily during religious rituals or funerals because they were similar to the symbolic meaning behind both practices.

Similarly, there are other ceremonies where this flower would symbolize new beginnings, like weddings, that fall within those belief systems today.


Here are some of our favorite flowers for each month. You can find that they make the perfect birthday or anniversary gift! I hope you enjoy your time here, and I look forward to seeing what else comes up with this project - it has been fun so far :)

Birthday Bouquets

February is the month of love, and what better way to show your affection than with a beautiful bouquet? So whether you're shopping for your significant other, a friend, or a family member, we've got some great ideas for birthday floral arrangements. From bright petals in shades of pink and red to elegant blooms in soft pastels, there's something for everyone! Plus, our fresh flowers are always hand-select and delivered straight to your door.

February And The Violet

The first of the month is always a particular time for celebrations. February birth flowers bring playful emotions and feelings that hide in their simplicity, just like violets do on this day!

They're magical because they signify new beginnings--and hope can sometimes come from unexpected places, too (like seed pods). So a fresh bouquet of violet will work beautifully as your next birthday gift idea; it promises good fortune with its delicate beauty while hiding many powerful messages inside its simple petals.

A February Birthday Bouquet is something worth celebrating every year, no matter what kind you choose.

The Violet

Long ago, the violet flower was associated with royalty and luxury. The first references to this come from ancient Egyptian paintings. They were part of an ointment applied topically or ingested during healing sessions for depression-like symptoms such as low self-esteem. It is thought effective at lifting moods when inhaled internally.

There are over 60 different types with various colors ranging between blue-violet (which can even change color depending on what time of day you see them) through white or yellow.

It's all quite rare, especially considering their beauty; many folks believe they're only worthwhile if one owns several copies because each variety will never look exactly like another.


People feel loved when they are acknowledge on their birthday. Sending a bouquet is one way to show someone that you care about them and wish them well on their special day.

February is the month of love, so what better way to celebrate your loved ones than by sending them a beautiful arrangement of fresh flowers?

You may like and order these beautiful and assorted flower bouquet for the Birthday occasion-

Fresh Cut Flowers (White Elegance) Bouquet
Fresh Rainbow Roses Bouquet
Sunset Bouquet

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holiday season

The holiday season maybe over but, Why not plan for the next?

The holiday season is important. While planning, please do not ignore the flowers needed for the major holidays before it.

The holiday season

1. New Year’s Day
2. Valentine's Day
3. St. Patrick's Day
4. Easter
5. Cinco de Mayo
6. Mother's Day
7. Father's Day
8. Halloween
9. Thanksgiving
10. Christmas
Christmas is not only popular for the presents but, the bouquets as well. Popular Bouquets during the holiday season include the Christmas cactus. The Christmas Cactus is a winter flowering plant. It is very easy to care for and it is beautiful. Not only is it easy to care for, it is easy on the eyes. Once you place it in the sunlight, it blooms. Vitamin D works great for humans and flowers.

Poinsettia is the voice of Christmas. The large flowers are best described with vibrant scarlet-hued blooms and lush green leaves. These flowers set the tone. These flowers best operate indoors. so The lighting must be bright and indirect.

This candy can-like flower stands out the most during the holiday season. This centerpiece is sure to garner glances from guest every holiday season. The flower is the gift that keeps on giving. Could you imagine having a bouquet of these? If you never seen a bouquet of these consider it. These flowers are called Amaryllis.

Christmas may not have been the best the last few years but, it is still the best time of the year. So, start planning now. Don’t go shopping for a tree or anything. The trees are not even in season but the bouquets are. Go find the flowers that you want to decorate your home. The good thing about these, you do not have to wait until the holidays. They are always blooming. See how you like them.

Here are some beautiful flowers and bouquet you may gift for any festive season or occasions-

Elegance Roses and AlstroemeriaFresh Cut Flower Bouquet
Sunflowers Hand-tied Bouquet

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How to Price Bouquet

Calculating How to Price Bouquet?

Calculating How to Price Bouquet?

How much do you charge for materials?

For flowers and greens, the industry charges an average 3.5% markup - that is, 3.5 times the wholesale cost of each stem, or per full bunch. So if you have a rose that costs you $1, the retail cost is $3.50; a full dozen roses, we’ll say priced wholesale at $12, would be $42.

For non-organic supplies, the markup is 2%. These supplies include tape, wire, ribbon, bouquet holders, et cetera - anything other than flowers and greens. If the cost of materials to make a bouquet is $6, then retail cost would be $12.

How much do you charge for labor?

This can be a tough question. The labor charge can vary depending on your level of expertise, how long you’ve been in the business, your location, and type of business, and even the time and effort it takes to create certain designs. I’ve seen labor costs range anywhere from 12% to 35% of the retail cost, but the average seems to be 20-30%.

To calculate: (retail cost of flowers + retail cost of materials) x labor cost % = labor cost.

Using that same full rose bouquet from earlier, and the same amount of materials, and using 20% markup for labor we have:

(42+12) x 20%

54 x 20%

$10.80 for labor.

Putting it all together

To figure the total cost of our dozen rose bouquets, we add each of our values together:

Retail cost of flowers + retail cost of materials + labor cost = total

42 + 12 + 10.80

$64.80 is the price we would give for the client!

Order beautiful bouquet at an affordable price..

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gladiolus flower

Flower Spotlight: Glamorous Gladiolus

Flower Spotlight: Glamorous Gladiolus-

Picture this: you’re in the amphitheater of Rome’s Colosseum in its heyday. Looking up, you see the crowd cheering in an uncontrollable frenzy. After intense battles, you’re the last one standing. Members of the audience throw at you, with all their might, spear-shaped flowers of every color. You collect a few and thrust them into the air in victory. Yours is the right to live another day.

How did gladiolus get their name?

As you might have already guessed, these flowers were gladiolus, more commonly known as “sword lilies” although this vernacular name can be a little misleading. They actually belong to the iris family. They got their name from the Latin gladius, meaning sword. Given their long and imposing shape, and their close ties with history’s fiercest warriors, these perennial flowers symbolize courage, strength, and pride.

Southern and tropical Africa is the native home of the gladiolus, and where the most diversity in the cultivars can be found. Nevertheless, there are varieties that have successfully adapted to the natural terrain of the Mediterranean and of south-east Asia, where they can be found in the wild.

Can gladiolus be kept as garden flowers?

Emerging from their underground corm, gladiola plants produce one to nine non-branched sword-shaped leaves that guard at its center spikes that unilaterally produce gorgeous 3 inch funnel-shaped flowers of varying colors, ranging from white to orange or purple; plain or with special patterns or markings. But don’t be fool by their beauty. These flowers are low maintenance, requiring only a few hours of sunlight, and their soil remains moist during the growing season. They are extremely hardy: some varieties are resistant to rough winters of up to -15 degrees. If you decide to dig up the gladiolus corms just to be on the safe side, do so in the autumn after the leaves have died out, and replant them in the early spring for best results.

The corms produce smaller cormlets over time. Occasionally, divide these clumps while the corm is dormant to keep the plants vigorous. The smaller corms can be plant the following season, but it may take a while for them to reach maturity and start producing flowers.

What about gladiolus as cut-flowers?

They also make impressive cut-flowers for centerpieces or elegant bouquets when paired with dahlias and peonies, but a word of warning: they can be toxic to your dog, cat, or horse companions.

Hope you will like these Cut flowers-
24 Orange Roses Fresh Cut Flowers
Fresh Cut Flowers - Dendrobium Orchids White
Fresh Cut Tinted Blue and White Roses

By V. M. Pierluisi

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Creating a Bouquet

Creating a Bouquet for Any Occasion: An Introduction


What are some different bouquet styles?

There’s a bouquet style for everyone and for every kind of event! You can generally separate bouquets into two separate groups - presentation bouquets, which you often see given to winners and runners-up or performers, and hand-held bouquets, which are what you usually picture when you think of weddings. Presentation bouquets tend to run along the same lines,

but hand-held bouquets carry a much wider range in design and size! Several of the more popular and most commonly used forms of hand-held are hand-tied bouquets, cascade bouquets, and round bouquets.

What materials are need?

To craft any kind of bouquet, you need a sharp pair of floral snips or a floral knife, rubber-bands, and a bucket with water - as well as your flowers and greens! Here’s a nice assortment of roses to get you to start:

Other materials depend on what you’re going for and what you’re working with. For example, a presentation bouquet is often wrappe in tissue paper and/or cellophane, and you might want a ribbon or burlap to wrap stems in. Do you need some floral wire or floral tape to help shape or reinforce some stems? Hot glue nicely secures slippery fabrics like satin, and if you like a more contemporary look, you can also feature unique accessories like buttons or wire or jewels. Bouquet holders can be useful, particularly when you’re building more complicated designs or are new to floral arranging:

What are some basic guidelines for forming a bouquet?

To form any bouquet, you need to first prep your flowers and greenery. Strip all foliage that won’t be seen off the stems, and de-thorn if you need to - no one likes getting stabbed. Keep any items you aren’t immediately working within water to help keep them in good condition.

Another general rule is to work with the natural direction of your materials. If your flowers and greens are incline to bend a certain way, it’s much easier to incorporate that natural flow than it is to fight against it. In a pinch, some manual shaping can be done with floral wire on sturdier stems. Creating a Bouquet of nice flowers.

Once you have your bouquet put together, remember to trim all stems to the same length!

Bridal Wedding Bouquet
Fresh Cut Flowers Bouquet

By Heather Atkin

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