Posts by Category: Cut Flowers

Airlines October 19, 2018 posted by

MIA

Ever wonder what are the two largest commodities passing through Miami International Airport (MIA)? Tourist and flowers! That’s right after people, flowers from South and Central America arrive in huge numbers every day. In fact, there are an average of 133 cargo flights a day in and out of MIA. Not all of these flights […]

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bedding plants October 19, 2018 posted by

FlowerTrials®

This year’s FlowerTrials® took place June 12-15 in the Westland and Aalsmeer regions in the Netherlands and the Rheinland Westfalen region in Germany. A record 60 breeding companies launched thousands of novelty pot and bedding plants and merchandising programmes and concepts. In attendance were growers (37% of total visitors) followed by import/export specialists (21%), breeders/young […]

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Cut Flowers October 19, 2018 posted by

Jet Fresh Cracking a Well-Guarded Market

When I was tasked with writing an article about a Miami based import company I started to think of all the great companies I know of that have an interesting story to tell. There are many, but one company stuck out to me mostly because they have entered a well-established business and have succeeded in […]

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Cut Flowers October 19, 2018 posted by

Mayesh Takes the Extra Step

When a floral wholesale company has been around for 80 years and is thriving, you can be certain there’s a reason. In the case of Mayesh Wholesale Florist, there are actually many reasons. The family-owned, Los Angeles-based company employees 360 full-time staff, many of them second and third generation members of the Dahlson family. Back […]

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Cut Flowers October 19, 2018 posted by

WF&FSA

The Wholesale Florist Florist Supplier Association (WF&FSA) last month announced Ben Powell has been appointed as President effective October 1st. FloraCulture International sat down with him to discuss the current state of the floral wholesale business in America, the raison d’être of trade associations and future challenges. FloraCulture International: Ben would you please briefly introduce […]

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Cut Flowers October 19, 2018 posted by

Peony Progress

The peony is on the way up in the international cut flower trade. 70 million stems were sold in the Netherlands in 2016, 85 million in 2017. All this may seem strange for a plant with a naturally short flowering season. Also strange at first sight is the range of countries in which production for […]

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