Rio Roses Constant Innovation for the Benefit of All

February 18, 2020 Rio Roses

For the past three decades, Equiflor – Rio Roses has managed the growth, importation, distribution, and marketing of roses, carnations, and specialty flowers from the major growing regions of the world. As a leader in independent flower growing and importing, we are constantly innovating, with the goal of bringing the highest quality and the most value to every customer.

The American Floral Endowment is now Accepting Applications for 2020 AFE Scholarships

February 18, 2020 American Floral Endowment

Applications are now being accepted for 24 different scholarships through the American Floral Endowment (AFE)., junior, senior and graduate students studying floriculture and horticulture must submit their applications online by the May 1 deadline.

What Happens to the Valentine’s Day Flowers that Don’t Get Sold?

February 17, 2020 Scottie Andrew, CNN

Of all the millions of buds and blooms that flooded florists and grocery stores this Valentine’s Day, not all of them ended up in someone’s living room. What happens to the bouquets that don’t make the cut?

The Journey of Virgin Farms’ Fresh Cut Flowers to Florists

February 17, 2020 Virgin Farms

Flowers travel a long way from their place of origin —in the most remote places in the world—until they reach the United States. Discover our process of receiving and shipping the best flowers, and how we guarantee their durability until they reach our customers.

Direct Gardening Association Announces 2020 Green Thumb Award Winners

February 17, 2020 Direct Gardening Association

The best new ornamental plants, garden products, and edible plants have won the prestigious 2020 Green Thumb Award presented by the Direct Gardening Association.