New week, new dose of Sky Flowers news!
Who’s just as excited as we are? Our Sky Flowers news is a great way of finding out about new events in the floral industry coming up, as well as new product launches going on in our company. Get ready for this week’s dose of floral news because you’ll want to read everything we’ve got prepared for you.
To start off, Sky Flowers has
a new variety… Meet Matilda!
Ptilotus Exaltatus is a perennial plant belonging to the Amaranthaceae’s family. Ptilotus is native to South West Australia in semi-desert areas. Production must therefore take into consideration a deep-root system and well-drained soil. Given its scientific name Ptilotus Exaltatus, ‘Matilda’ is our newest flower baby and we’re absolutely head over heels in LOVE. A breeding breakthrough, this unique cut flower is a sun and heat-loving beauty that has a long vase life and many other amazing properties to convert it rapidly into your new favorite.
But that’s not our favorite part… can you just admire Matilda’s uniquely cone shape along with the most beautiful pink colors your eyes will see? It’s hard to surpass her beauty. Our Matilda is now available for purchase, so make sure to contact your KAM’s for more information and orders starting today!
Secondly, one of the greatest flower shows in the world is BACK!
The 2023 Philadelphia Flower Show makes its return to the Pennsylvania Convention Center to amaze visitors with an exciting floral experience, bringing together dynamic designers, bold exhibits, world-class shopping, education, music, food, and family fun. Taking place from March 4th to 12th, you can already purchase your tickets here:
That’s not all! Van Duyvenvoorde visited our Sky Flowers farms.
We had the pleasure of receiving our friends from Van Duyvenvoorde this week and had a really marvelous time. We talked everything about flowers, new trends coming in, and new products, and most importantly, we had lots of flower fun. For us, it's always a great time to connect and network with great professionals from the flower industry. Thank you guys, for visiting Sky Flowers, we hope to see you very soon.
This was undoubtedly a fantastic week for Sky Flowers and the good news will keep coming. If you want to be part of our weekly newsletter, make sure to visit https://www.skyflowers.com.co/ and subscribe directly there.
Flower quote of the week: “Flowers don’t tell, they show.” – Stephanie Skeem