Noticias

19 enero 2018
The Freesia: from weeks 5 to 9 on the Flower Agenda

Weeks 5 to 9 are bursting with elegance. The freesia’s cheerful petals always look perfectly styled. The consumer can read all about this versatile flower which offers incredible choice in terms of colour, shape and size in the Flower Agenda on Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk. Show your customers all the possibilities offered by the remarkable freesia

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4 enero 2018
January 2018: Dracaena Houseplant of the month

Dracaena is a tall, voluminous houseplant or tree with one or more trunks, from which fabulous leaves grow in green, yellow and gold, sometimes with some pink or red. There are many types of leaf: small, delicate and pointy or large and soft. The choice of trunks is also varied: thick, thin, tall, branched and woven. In terms of size, it ranges from a houseplant

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22 diciembre 2017
The Tulip kicks off the 2018 Flower Agenda

A New Year, a fresh start. The tulip is the perfect flower for welcoming in the New Year with its bright colours and astonishing varieties. Consumers can read all about this classic flower on Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk.  Introduce your customers to this Dutch beauty. The tulip’s origin In the wild, ulips can be found from North Africa and Southern

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24 noviembre 2017
December 2017: Amaryllis Houseplant of the Month

The story of Amaryllis Stylish and sensual Amaryllis (also known as Hippeastrum) is available in many varieties and rich earthy colours. This houseplant’s big feature is its changing appearance. A stately hollow stem emerges from a bulb on which smooth buds develop. Those open into voluminous calyxes with velvety petals in white, salmon, red, pink or even

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24 noviembre 2017
Festive flowers in the December Flower Agenda

In December we  celebrate the festive season. That deserves not one, but three beautiful flowers! The amaryllis, orchid and lisianthus are being celebrated this month. Consumers can read all about these festive flowers at Funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk. Introduce your customers to the amaryllis, orchid and lisianthus! The origin of the amaryllis,

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