Fresh green foliage, unique shapes and fabulous colours: the tulip (Tulipa) is the ideal way to kickstart the year and bring a bit of spring into the home. Because the bulbs require more time to bloom outdoors, tulips that are grown as cut flowers get special treatment. The grower gives the bulbs an artificial winter period, after which the higher temperatures in the greenhouse make them think that it’s spring and so start flowering. The bulbs are therefore really tricked and ‘forced’ to flower in the greenhouse so that florists and consumers can enjoy these spring flowers early.
It is all about chic orchids in November, with special guests like the Vanda, Cymbidium and Phalaenopsis. Your customers will quickly discover these elegant beauties in the Flower Agenda on Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk. So, surprise your customers with this glamorous flower’s many styling possibilities.
The Queen of Flowers presents herself in all her glory during October. The incomparable beauty of the rose makes her a special guest for all occasions and interiors. The public will be seduced by this magnificent flower on Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk with inspirational images and information. Surprise your customers by showing off all the beautiful varieties of roses available.
Warmth, colour and joy are brought to you by the Chrysanthemum. This flower keeps summer going for a little longer in the month of September. On the site Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk the public will find everything there is to know about this flower. Do not hesitate to offer a wide range of choice of Chrysanthemums to your customers.