Floral & Plant Care

Find guidelines and tip on how to take care of your flowers and plants.
Staghorn Fern Care

Staghorn Fern Care

BY PISTILS NURSERY· Staghorn Fern Care: How To Water, Grow And Care For Mounted Staghorn Ferns It’s a fact: staghorn ferns are stunning. Mounted on a board, wrapped in vintage burlap, and hung a wall, these plants are truly works of living art. There are dozens of...

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Embracing a growing trend….Plants

Awareness of the surge in decorative plant sales to enhance your home décor is the largest expanding market in the floral industry.   Plants are being embraced as one of the newest wellness trends to purify air and lower stress. Our consumers are craving texture....

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Plant Trend Continues to Rise

A fun-to-read article on the craze over houseplants.  Have you been able to capitalize on this trend? https://floristsreview.com/the-rise-of-plant-parenthood/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=the-rise-of-plant-parenthood  

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Cape Primroses, also known as Streptocarpus or Streps

We are growing a batch of a new plant here at Len Busch and they decided to show their pretty faces a few weeks early! They are Streptocarpus, also knows as Cape Primroses.  We consider this a trial plant, but we have some available now at the end of November.  To be...

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My Dream of a Green Thumb

So I can sell houseplants like the best of them.  I mean, I’ve been in this business for a really long time and have had A LOT of houseplants pass me by.  Now, wouldn’t you think that by sheer osmosis that I would have a really green thumb at home?  The answer to that...

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LBR Care & Handling 101 – Lesson 1: Sanitation

How Can Sanitation Save Hundreds of Dollars a Year? If you ask most in the floral industry how often we clean our flower containers, the response is usually, "not often enough."  Developing a sanitation program and sticking to it can save you hundreds of dollars a...

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LBR Care & Handling 101 – Lesson 2: Hydration

Flowers need more than just water to quench their thirst! So you have your buckets and your tools all clean, and your flowers just arrived at your door (or maybe they are there waiting for you in the morning because LBR delivered them overnight)…what’s next? ...

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