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When you think of Valentine’s Day you automatically think of roses, hearts and lots and lots of red. Roses are by far the most popular present to give. A big bunch of roses or just one single rose. However potted plants are becoming more popular. And the big advantage of giving a plant for Valentine’s Day is that the receiver can enjoy your present for a longer time.

We put together a list of 5 beautiful plants you can consider to give on Valentine’s Day:

Roses are best known as ornamental grown for their flowers in the garden and sometimes indoor. They are well known as the flower of love and very popular in the commercial perfumery branch. They also have minor medicinal uses. Here is all you need to know about roses! Below are two very important things you must know and don’t forget to share with your customers.

Alstroemeria: sparkling colours and enduring friendship

Alstroemeria is a special flower that's available in many sparkling colours. When you see the freshly cut flower, the Alstroemeria hides it beauty in the bud. But when it opens it surprises you with many sparkling colours. The six to eight flowers on the stem become visible, often in some form of tiger print, combining sparkling colours of white, yellow, red, orange, purple or pink. Another characteristic is the stem with beautiful twisted leaves.

With Christmas, we cannot miss the wonderful flower, the Amaryllis (official name Hippeastrum). A beautiful flower for the holidays and the uncontested Flower of the Month for December.

The wonderful anemone is a bulb flower from the Ranunculaceae family. It can be found mostly in areas with a moderate climate. There are multiple different colours available, ranging from white and red to blue, purple and even yellow. Most anemones, a genus containing over 120 species, blossom during Spring. This makes it a very suitable Flower of the Month for March.

Aquastick® is an innovative watering system that transfers water naturally from a reservoir in the cover pot to the potted plant. The positive effects are clearly visible: ensuring a healthier plant, better growth and longer lasting freshness. The water reservoir in the potted plant contains on average 2 to 3 weeks of water, depending on the size of the reservoir and how thirsty your plant is. Aquastick® enables potted plants to regulate their own water supply and ensures they stay hydrated at all times. Chrysal is exclusive distributor for Aquastick® worldwide.

We can say that most home remedies try to solve some of the post-harvest problems of cut flowers, but there isn’t one among them that optimally supports leaf and flower development. All home remedies lack clear instructions regarding accurate dosage and composition. Also, the composition of nutrients is too small to support the natural development of flowers and leaves as it would occur on the plant.

Patients are always happy to receive a beautiful bouquet of flowers. It cheers them up and greatly improves the atmosphere in the room. Research has shown that patients in a green and blooming environment feel better mentally, which helps them to recover more quickly.

May’s flower of the month is the Calla, a flower which stands out in style, simplicity and beauty. The Calla comes in many colours; white, red, yellow, pink, orange, green, black and multi coloured. The most notable aspect of the Calla is the beautifully shaped spathe. This is also the reason the Calla is considered a lucky flower. The Greeks and Romans associated the flower with festivities and enjoyment, because the shape of the bloom resembles a goblet used for drinking.

Almost any product can cause skin irritation. Although Chrysal products are not classified as a cause of irritation, there may be circumstances where skin irritation occurs, for example if someone is repeatedly subjected to highly concentrated solutions. One of the most obvious recommendations for preventing skin irritation is to wear protective gloves while working with flowers, particularly if you know you have sensitive skin. This will keep the hands dry, which is important, because wet and/or wounded hands are more susceptible.