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Hi Im a qualified floristry teacher and apart from selling floristry items and running a free online floristry course, I love to help people use floristry products and feel confident to try and make beautiful floristry arrangements for themselves.

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Fresh Flowers - Trade Secrets
CUT  DAFFODILS  AND  TULIPS - A TIP FOR LONGER VASE LIFE Trade Secrets Revealed: Nothing looks nicer than a vase of daffs and tulips, but they can be so short lived.  The problem is that the sticky sap in the stems of daffodils is actually toxic to other flowers. Let me share a secret with you.  Here's a tip that will prevent your pretty display from ending too soon due to having daffoldils in the same water as tulips or other flowers.  Find a vase or clean...
15 of 17 people found this guide helpful.
Health & Safety for Floristry
Visit My Store Whether working in a florist shop or working in your own home, there are often hidden dangers that you need to be careful to be aware of. One of the most important things to remember is that foliage and other plant material on the floor can be the cause of a lot of slips and falls. Keep the floor area swept as you go to avoid this, stems once stepped on often become slippery as the juice is crushed out and its like stepping on an ice cube. the other menace underfoot is celloph...
14 of 16 people found this guide helpful.
How to ensure your vase flowers look great for longer.
My Ebay Store Link E-JayTrading A Floristry Guide to help you get the best from your cut flowers in vases. This floristry guide will hopefully help you to get the maximum vase life from your cut flowers. Prepare the Container/Vase  The very first thing that must be done is to ensure the vase or container you wish to display the cut flowers in, is scrupulously clean. Bacteria in vases is a sure fire way of shortening the time you can enjoy your flowers. Washing up liquid is fine ...
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