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Maidenhair Fern
Bromeliad
African Lily
Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen
Ginger
Alstroemeria, Peruvian Lily
Snapdragon
Norfolk Island Pine
Ming Fern
Sprengeri Fern
Plumosa Fern
Tree Fern
Bird’s Nest Fern
Ponytail Palm
Tuberous Begonia
Schefflera, Octopus Tree
Calathea
Aster
Celosia, Cockscomb
Parlor Palm, Chamaedor Palm
Waxflower
Spider Plant
Florist’s Chrysanthemum
Spider Chrysanthemum
Croton
Larkspur
Ti Plant
Jade Plant
Florist’s Cyclamen
Artichoke
Dahlia
Delphinium
Dendrobium Orchid
Florists Carnation
Dumbcane
False Aralia
Green Corn Plant Dracaena
Corn Plant Dracena
Red-Margined Dracena, Dragon
Tree
Golden Pothos, Devil’s Ivy
Spring Heather
Blue Thistle
Eucalyptus
Crown of Thorns
Poinsettia
Lisianthus
Benjamin Fig, Weeping Fig
Rubber Tree
Fiddleleaf Fig
Forsythia
Freesia
Galax
Salal, Lemonleaf
Gerbera, Transvaal Daisy
Gladiolus
Baby’s Breath
English Ivy
Sunflower
Amaryllis
Wax Plant
Hyacinth
Hydrangea
Hypericum Berries
Iris
Kalanchoe
Liatris
Asiatic Lily
Stargazer Lily
Trumpet Easter Lily
Caspia, Misty Blue
Sea Lavender Statice
Statice
Prayer Plant
Stock
Bells of Ireland
Split-leaf Philodendron
Myrtle
Daffodil
Boston Fern
Flat fern
Shrimp Plant
Peony
Zig Zag Plant
Peperomia
Phalaenopsis, Butterfly Orchid
Heartleaf Philodendron
Pittosporum, Mock Orange
Swedish Ivy
Tuberose
Protea
Ranunculus
Azalea
Hybrid Tea Rose
Leatherleaf Fern
Italian Ruscus
Israeli Ruscus, Butcher’s Broom
African Violet
Pussy Willow
Curly Willow
Sansevieria, Snake Plant
Thanksgiving Cactus
Golden Rod
Spathiphyllum, Peace Lily
Stephanotis, Bridal Wreath
Bird of Paradise
Nepthytis
Tulip
Viburnum
Bear Grass
Calla
Wandering Jew
Aphid- adult stage
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Small
Soft-bodied
Size of a pinhead
Usually green or yellow
Pear shaped
Secrete a honeydew sticky substance
Promotes blk, sooty mold on plants
Fungus Gnat- adult stage
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Small, delicate bodied flies
1/8 inch long
Black flies, black wings and antennae
“Y” shaped pattern on forewings
Develop in growing medium of household
plants
Leaf Miner- adult stage
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Known usually as moths, sawflies and flies
Some beetles and wasps exhibit behavior
Feed on leaves
Made tunnel like pictures on their leaves
as they eat away at them
Mealybug- adult stage
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Appear on plants in colonies of white
masses
Have small ridges on their bodies
Small white spines that radiate outward
Live along stems & underside of leaves
Feed on sap
Secrete honeydew sticky substance
Cause plants to fade to yellow
Scale- adult stage
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Small, oblong insects
Hard, turtle-shaped bodies
Have brown or blk raised lumps
Attach to stems and underside of leaves
Feed on sap
Cause plant growth to decrease and
leaves to yellow and fall off
Snail/Slug- adult stage
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Glide along their plants leaving a silvery
mucous slime trail
Chew irregular holes with smooth edges
on leaves
Can chew fruit and plant bark
Love to feed on low growing plants
Spider Mite- adult stage
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Tiny, almost microscopic
Appear as small specks on undersides of
young leaves.
Red, green or white in color
Suck on sap causing gray spots on leaves
Leaves fade to yellow and distort
Webs are visible on plant
Thrip- adult stage
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Tiny, brown, fly-like
Found in flowers of plants
Slender with 4 very slender fringed wings
Highly mobile and difficult to see
They chew surface of plant & suck juices
Plant dries out & turns white & speckled
Leaf undersides have blk spots, tips wither
Whitefly- adult stage
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Small, snow-white
4 winged
Highly mobile
Feed on leaf undersides
Suck sap causing plant to wilt, yellow and
die
Anthracnose- damage
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Most visible on leaves and ripe fruit
Small irregular yellow, brown, dark-brown
or black spots but can lead to coverage of
a whole area
Can cause cankers and rot fruits/veg.
Black Spot- damage
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Affects rose plants
Appears on lower branches and spreads
upwards
Leaves turn yellow and fall off
Botrytis- damage
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Generalized symptoms include a gray to
brown discoloration, water soaking, and a
fuzzy whitish gray to tan mold (mycelium
and spores) growing on the surface of
affected areas.
Damping off- damage
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Poor, uneven standing of seedlings
Lesions at or below the soil line
Seedling will discolor/wilt
suddenly/collapse and die
Mosaic Virus- damage
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alternating spots of yellowish and light/dark
green leaves
Leaves can appear thicker and somewhat
elevated giving a blister-like appearance.
curling and yellowing of the leaves, stunted
growth, and malformed fruit
Powdery Mildew- damage
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Typically white or gray & stays on the surface
Stunting or distortion of leaves, buds, growing tips and fruit
Yellowing of leaves, premature leaf drop
General decline in the growth
Common House plants affected: African violet & begonia; Outdoor plants:
lilac, phlox & some rose varieties
Anchor tape
Cardette/Card Holder
Casket Saddle
Chenille Stems- aka pipe
cleaners
Water tubes
Water picks
Wire cutters
Wrist Corsage Holder
Greening Pins
Floral Tape
Pick Machine and Metal Picks
Nosegay Holder
Wet Floral Foam (oasis)
Floral Knife
Florist wire
Enclosure Card
Tulle
# 3 ribbon
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5/8 inch or 16 mm.
# 9 ribbon
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1 ½ inches or 38 mm.
# 40 ribbon
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3 inches or 76 mm
Styrofoam
Stem Cutter
Sheet Moss
Wire Easel
Wooden Pick
Dixon Pin
Poly foil
Cellophane
Corsage Pin
Boutonniere Pin
Pin Holder (frog)
Glue Gun
Candle Pick/Holder
Dry Foam