How to Avoid Leaf Yellowing in Alstroemeria and Other Bulb Crops?

April 29, 2022 FloraLife

In cut flowers, leaf yellowing is commonly associated with senescence or premature end of life due to chlorophyll breakdown. The economic value of many popular cut flowers is associated with healthy green foliage. Flowers with yellow leaves can significantly reduce market value. 

Strategic Collaboration Between Könst Alstroemeria and United Selections

September 14, 2021 Könst Alstroemeria

This partnership with United Selections will better prepare Könst Alstroemeria for future challenges. As a highly specialized breeding company in Alstroemeria and Zantedeschia, this cooperation will fortify its presence in several countries through marketing, sales, and production. 

Murara Plants Kenya Launches New Website

September 1, 2021 Murara Plants Kenya

Murara Plants Kenya is a propagator and supplier of high-quality young plant material of cut flowers, pot, patio and garden plants suitable for every climate. We will officially launch our website on the 28th of August 2021 as www.muraraplants.com and @MuraraPlants on Social Media.

Florist North America Changes Name to HilverdaFlorist North America

July 28, 2021 HilverdaFlorist

With this step we strengthen our position in the North American market and HilverdaFlorist North America has an extensive range in Gerbera, Dianthus, Echinacea, Alstroemeria, Salvia and Hellebores products. HilverdaFlorist North America gives us the opportunity to directly deliver rooted plant material from our extensive assortment to the Canadian market.

Alstroemeria: The Peruvian Lily

July 27, 2021 FloraLife

Alstroemerias are sold in bud, with very little to no color showing. So, they can appear deceptively dowdy at the point of sale. However, they will reliably develop into delightful bursts of color after three or four days in the water/flower food solution and at room temperature. Therefore, a little consumer education around how Alstroemerias develop over time will go a long way to cultivating a fan base for this mighty little flower.