Ho! Ho! Ho! Here are our positively JOLLY Christmas Wholesale Flowers Bundle Packs for the festive season – available from 7th to the 21st Dec – BUT ONLY IF SANTA KNOWS YOU’VE BEEN GOOD!!
Florists love our Flower Bundles because they make ordering easier. Each bundle is carefully co-ordinated by our in-house floral experts (the very girls you speak to on the phone). They reckon it’s one of their favourite jobs; mixing and matching the freshest, in-season stock, imagining what fabulous creations you will come up with using their inspired choices!
Who Else Wants More Time & Energy? Work smart, clear up a boat load of time and mental head space this next two weeks with our latest flower bundle deals – they make ordering wholesale flowers easier!
Ranunculus are a popular flower in contemporary floristry. Here’s a wonderful selection of this season’s wholesale flowers, Ranunculi. We’ve had comments on Facebook that this year’s ranunculus are “the best since the 80s”, but let’s allow the flowers to speak for themselves shall we?
(Or How I Learned To Really See Flowers) Yesterday I was taking some photos of wholesale flowers for our flower bundles specials and I suddenly fell under the spell of three very beautiful but very different flowers: Cymbidium Orchids, White Ranunculi & Red Coccinea.
Here is a bucket-load of new wholesale flowers pictures from the Queensland warehouse including Anemones in a lovely shade of pinky-red and some vibrant, almost startling, red and yellow Maureen Tulips. Also on show we have some wonderful pink and purple Sweet Peas (how could they not put a smile on your face?) and a gloriously understated lot of petite …
Flower quality, including vase life (which means how long your flowers will last once you receive them) varies greatly between wholesale flowers suppliers. If you know what to ask, you can get a good idea of the kind of quality any particular wholesaler peddles before you buy.
According to industry research, retail flower customers care a great deal about the quality, vase life and general condition of their flowers. One report states that “design considerations add up to only about 10 to 15% of the total buying decision, whereas quality represents nearly two-thirds of the buying decision” (SAF Flower Care Manual). If the flowers you sell don’t …