Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
If you’ve seen our cooler tours on our Website, Facebook, or even Youtube this past year, you’ve noticed our sincere attempt to bring to you our Best of Seagroatt Riccardi’s fresh cut flowers, plants and supplies. As incredibly successful as these tours have been, we are aiming even higher to bring you a more entertaining and informative experience.
These past 2 weeks we’ve filmed a handful of tours that exemplify our commitment to building your business with more knowledge and more experience from those that work here at Seagroatt Riccardi. We’ve had Brian, our most energetic representative, showcase his favorites in the cooler as well as Christine, who showed off her great design ideas using our selection of colorful tropical flowers. We most recently had the pleasure of Cindy’s company in the greenhouse showing her favorite potted items for this festive time of year.
Building on what we’ve done already. You can also find a QR link (a square bar code) to our YouTube video at the bottom of every invoice. To access these you can use your smartphone or iPhone app to scan the bar code, where you will be taken directly to the weekly cooler tour video. We change this bar code weekly to offer new information, so be sure to check them often. Also be on the lookout for special promotions that will only be offered through this type of media.
Friday, November 18, 2011
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Sunflowers are known globally as the most popular flowers in the world. In many cultures, this spiritually symbolic flower is given for good luck, ambition, flexibility and wealth.
Native to Central America, sunflowers come in many varieties and are known for their distinctive spiral petal designs and uniquely colored centers. You can find these classic focal flowers year round at Seagroatt Riccardi with either dark or light centers in large and miniature sizes. They are sourced from California, Canada and South America depending on the season. Novelty shades are typically available during Autumn months in red and orange.
We have spotlighted mini sunflowers as the special flower of the week, which are offered in 5 stem bunches. Item number 352008.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Did you know the symbolic meaning of the Pincushion Protea is Diversity and Courage?
These delicate tropical flowers are native to South America and Africa where they flourish in mountainous coastal hot spots. Amazingly, there are over 1500 varieties in existence around the world today. Proteas at Seagroatt Riccardi are typically offered by the stem in orange, yellow or pink. Our floral purchasing staff has imported orange ones from Holland for the latest Flower of the Week. Refer to the upcoming Weekend Hot Sheet for more details. Item Number 650031.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Monday, October 24, 2011
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