I hope I am writing in the right section and apologize in advance if this is not the case. I'm here for advice. I'm just a florist and participated in the creation of an assortment of bouquets for the website of one company. myexpressflowers.co.uk/ And as expert people, I would like to ask your opinion and advice: what varieties and types of flowers can still be added and would they be suitable? I am writing here, because I have been reading your forum for a long time and I know that absolute professionals and experts in agricultural business have gathered here. Thanks
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Post by beladonnaaa on Mar 17, 2023 7:34:57 GMT -5
When it comes to adding new varieties and types of flowers to an assortment, it's important to consider factors such as seasonality, availability, and customer demand. Some suggestions for popular and versatile flowers that could be added to your assortment include:
Dahlias: a wide range of colors, great for bouquets and arrangements
Lisianthus: delicate and romantic, available in shades of pink, white, and lavender
Alstroemeria: long-lasting blooms, adds texture and color to arrangements
Sunflowers: bright and cheerful, perfect for summer and fall bouquets
Protea: unique and bold, great for adding interest to more exotic arrangements
As for the local flower shop example, Glasgow flower delivery offers a variety of bouquets and arrangements featuring popular flowers such as roses, lilies, and gerbera daisies. They also have options for plant and succulent arrangements, as well as more traditional arrangements like carnations and chrysanthemums. Overall, their assortment appears to be quite diverse, offering something for different tastes and occasions.
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