Finding the right flower clippers for the job has been an ongoing quest here at Floret for many years. After trialing dozens of different pairs in the flower field, we've finally found what we believe to be the perfect flower snips. These snips are lightweight, stay super sharp, and are perfectly shaped to rest in the palm of your hand. No more aching wrists or sore hands at the end of the day with these snips! The thin pointed blades are ideal for harvesting delicate flowers like sweet peas and ranunculus, but also handle thicker stemmed varieties such as dahlias and zinnias with ease.
Red plastic handle and stainless steel blades.
How To Grow Dahlias
It's not hard to see why dahlias are one of the most widely grown and well loved cut flowers. Their brilliant blooms come in a dazzling rainbow of colors, they flower from mid summer until the first fall frost and produce both blooms and tubers so abundantly that they always end up getting shared. Be warned though, once you've been bit by the dahlias bug, there's no going back.Read More
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