Is Rosh Hashanah considered to be a "Healthy" flower holiday? Does the industry see a noticeable jump in consumption? If so, what type of floral products and colors are florists looking for?
Montreal has a fair sized jewish community. We see an small increase in demand in "special" flowers. Forget carns and minies, think lilies, exotics and other higher end blooms.
I love this holiday....this is one of the "highest" holidays of the jewish calendar year. Most families host or are hosted for this celebration and flowers are a central part of most gatherings. We always see a signifcant increase in sales of exotics, cymbidium orchids, calla lilies, protea and almost anything else unusual that will help to create stunning designs....
This holiday usually "makes" our September budget..
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Noth of 45 is right. Big, showy blooms are the way to go. Callas, Cymbids, tropicals (heliconia, musa etc) Premium hydrangea. Good Luck.
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