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Budget news: Points florists should be aware of.

The Chancellors budget announcements can appear complicated and doesn’t always directly relate to you and your florist business. Below we have outlined a few important points you should be aware of. National Living Wage (NLW) and National Minimum Wage (NMW) Following the recommendations of the independent Low Pay Commission, the government will increase the NLW … Read more

BFA join forces with AIPH &IPD

International Association of Horticultural Producers & Imports promotion desk FREE WEBINAR 2021 CUT FLOWER IMPORTS FROM ANDEAN COUNTRIES TO THE UK TUESDAY, 19TH  OCTOBER 2021,  11 A.M. – 12.30 P.M. REGISTER HERE! ARE YOU INTERESTED IN + Understanding more about the cut flower supply chain + Learning about the opportunities and challenges of imports from … Read more

365 days magazine out now

The theme magazine ‘365 days of flowers gives meaning’ has been published and 25,000 copies find their way to florists in Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, including the UK. This magazine is published as part of the 365 days of flowers promotion campaign; aimed at stimulating sales of special flowers. The campaign is made possible by cut … Read more

British Florist Association Vision – sponsor floristPro

We understand the floristry world! floristPro bloomed back in 2007; an independent business with family roots in the floristry industry for over 80 years. We love working with florists across the UK and worldwide – from award winning designers, high street shops to artisan studio florists. Our knowledge of the flower world means we understand … Read more

Chrysal advice to reduce water consumption

Water is essential for our planet, its ecosystem and people to survive and thrive. Flowers also need fresh water to last. Reducing our water usage, reduces the energy required to process and deliver it to homes, businesses, farms and communities, which helps to reduce pollution and conserve fuel resources. Water conservation requires forethought and effort, … Read more

Chelsea – The results

Congratulations to each and every entrant. What an achievement to get to Chelsea in September and still produce inspirational designs. Each entry has been awarded a medal this year. One winner in Floral window category and one winner in the Floral installations category. In 2021 there is no Best in show for floristry. The Results: … Read more

Chelsea – The Florists

This year will be different with a whole new arena of flowers and plants showcasing the very best of what Autumn can bring.  Floristry and Floral Design will remain in the main pavilion where the concept is ‘OUR WORLD’. 4 themes for floral artisans to show their designs are :Theme I   British BloomsTheme II  PreservationTheme III  … Read more

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