Category: Rose fragrance
Believe it or not, not all roses smell the same. Only very sensitive noses can sense the difference between a rose in full bloom and a rose that’s still a bud or between a Bulgarian and a Damask rose. You will be surprised to find out the variety of smells roses can have, largely a result of breeding during last century, there are now many exciting and fresh smells.
Category: Flower Photography
Spring arrived in London and flowering trees are now in full bloom and the ones that aren’t will be very soon. It is a great time to practice flower photography as there are so many free photography opportunities. Below is a guide on how to photograph flowering trees. That will help you to get high-quality images that won’t disappoint.
In the Victorian Era, a proper etiquette among the upper class in England was totally different to modern days one and those restrictions gave rise to flower language. At that time there were many rules and customs that no longer exist; People were expected to be more subtle: outright flirtations were prohibited, and questions about relationships were taboo. Most of it will fill a bit odd those days, but it was mainly based on simple good manners. Inability to express your feelings freely created a culture where secret messages were conveyed through the flower language.
When you browse the array of flowers on display in a flower shop, you might wonder what happens with unsold flowers. The answer is not that simple, unsold flowers are used for various purposes. Read on to find out all the possible usages and find out how to get a good deal at your local florist.
Category: SEO for florists
We all know floristry is a cut-throat business, this is even truer online. Competition is fierce and few businesses are successful. So what can you do to stand out? While SEO is not the only answer it’s a great start. What follows is a simple guide to SEO for florists.
The best way to practice flower arrangement is to start small, boutonnieres are very easy to make and provide a result that could actually be useful. For this craft it is highly recommended to use hardy flowers such as roses or orchids; they can survive the summer heat and being worn for a day. Here’s a simple guide on DIY boutonnieres.
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Category: Flower care
Anemone flowers are so much fun – they come in various colours and bloom in winter when an extra splash of colour is welcome. But the flower is a bit capricious and so if you’re looking for easy to care for flowers, these should not be on your list. After reading this guide on anemone care you will know exactly what to do with anemone flowers, so there will be no need to resist the temptation!
Category: Flower Photography
Unfortunately most DSLR cameras ship with a 55mm variable zoom lens, these lenses are versatile, but produce results that are boring, predictable and sub-par. If you would like to take your photography to the next level I have a great suggestion get a 50mm prime. Here are all the reasons why this is a great lens:
Zita Elze always manages to surprise with a new magical floral Christmas designs and this year is not an exception. This time she transformed her beautiful flower shop into a Christmas wonderland, packed with creative wreaths, intricate floral candle holders, and lots and lots of gorgeous blooms. The place is full of Christmas magic and will excite even a Christmas sceptic. So if you want some flower magic this Christmas check out her shop in Kew.