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The Hawaii Tropical Flower Coucil Blog

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Extend the Life of your Hawaii Grown Tropical Flowers

Your Hawaii grown flowers are the best in the world. Flowers are cut farm fresh, professionally packed for shipment and should arrive in excellent condition.

To ensure you get the maximum life and enjoyment from your tropical bouquets unpack them immediately. Prepare buckets of water before removing flowers from their box or to stand in while arranging. If properly handled Hawaii grown topical Flowers can last for weeks.

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Picking a Vase for a Tropical Flower Arrangement

Once you've chosen the flowers for your tropical flower arrangement, gather your container and tools -- floral shears, floral tape, flower frogs, oasis and flower food.

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Basics of Tropical Flower Arranging

Fresh flowers have the ability to make a room beautiful and stylish. Floral art is an ever-changing design field that is determined by the uniqueness, creativity and sensitivity with which flowers and foliage are combined. Hawaii’s tropical flowers are unusual and can be used alone to create dramatic, modern and Asian style arrangements or they can be mixed with traditional flowers to create European style arrangements.

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Choosing Tropical Flowers for Your Arrangement

Generally Tropical flowers will cost more than traditional cut flowers whether you purchase cut flowers or potted plants. However, a few tropical flowers can go a long way. When it comes to arranging tropical flowers, less is often more. Even on massive arrangements using just a few elements can leave a stronger impact than combining many different types of flowers.

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