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Helleborus Purple Queen red

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Common names: HELLEBORE, Queens Red
Color : Red
Vase Life: Average
Vase Life Details: one week
Availability: Helleborus in the same family as Ranunculus but not immediately similar.

Popular as a winter flower.

FROM HOLLAND

Care & Handling: Remove any foliage that would fall below the water line. Cut stems at an angle and treat with a hydration solution. Remove and place in bucket with a properly prepared cut flower food solution and room temperature water. Make sure you place in a bright, warm place for a couple of hours before placing them in a floral cooler. Temperature should be at 34F to 36F.
Scented: No
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  •  For better hydration of flowering branches, whittle off the base of the stem and a small amount of surrounding bark.

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Though many novelty flowers can be grown locally by specialized horticulturists, not all flower crops can grow anywhere. Some regions with particular microclimates lend themselves well to specialization in novelty commercial flower production such as California, Peru, Holland, Israël, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

In North America, flowers considered Novelty flowers:
  • typically require special or difficult production conditions which can be tricky to replicate.  
  • can have scant productivity which can drive up end costs
  • can have short, erratic field growing cycles
  • are best suited for quick short travel as opposed to flying or trucking
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