News & Events
Thursday, 20 June 2013
Products, news and ideas to help create inspirational floral arrangements
The traditional wedding season will soon be here even though many brides have
already walked down the aisle. So it’s time to wow you with some wonderful
wedding designs from local designer Shauna Larsen. Shauna has created a range of stunning floral designs using Sovereign Flowers - The absolute premium in quality flowers - courtesy of WAFEX.
Wednesday, 15 May 2013
WAFEX News - May 2013
This months newsletter includes feedback from Mothers Day 2013, WAFEX USA update and the WAFEX dried flower update. Our featured crop is Banksia hookeriana and our forthcoming crops are Banksia coccinea, Serruria Blushing Bride, Leucadendron Safari Sunset and Thryptomene calycina. WAFEX continues to be an active supporter of Cystic Fibrosis 65 Roses Day which is the peak fundraising awareness day for Cystic Fibrosis Australia and its affiliate state bodies.
Tuesday, 16 April 2013
WAFEX News for April 2013
Sourcing flowers for Mothers Day, Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show, WAFEX's groundbreaking breeding project and the WAFEX cycling team hit the road.
Saturday, 16 March 2013
WAFEX Autum Update
March and April are the first months of the Australian autumn which typically means the hot days of summer have passed and we start to see cooler evenings and lovely crisp mornings. Most of our key growing regions are still in desperate need of rain after a very dry summer period.
Our key winter and spring crops are putting on their last burst of growth before winter so irrigation and fertilizer regimes remain vital at this time to maximise stem length and quality for the forthcoming crops
Thursday, 14 March 2013
"WAFEX opens office in the USA" - Australian Flower Industry
Australian cut flower distributor WAFEX is proud to announce the January 2013 opening of its new overseas office based in Fallbrook, California. Trading as WAFEX USA, this new entity will fully integrate the California floriculture industry with defined segments of international flower trade.