Greenery of the Week!

Instead of a flower this week since Christmas is coming you’re going to learn about some different evergreens. White Pine White pine needles are soft and flexible and cover the stem densely. Many people like the more airy quality of pine greenery. Pine means Pity. Cedar Cedar greenery has flat lacy foliage that is somewhat … Continued

Flower of the Week!

This week in honor of Thanksgiving I chose to tell you about a flower we have been using quite often recently because it is so appropriate for fall arrangements! Red Rover Rovers are part of the Chrysanthemum family and they look like a large daisy. Though we mosly use red this time of year they … Continued

Flower Of The Week

I had the day off yesterday so here’s your Flower of the Week post! Gerbera Daisy  Gerbera  Daisies are also known as Transvaal Daisy, African Daisy, or Barberton Daisy. This fun flower comes in a large variety of colors including white, pink, red, burgundy, peach, orange, and yellow. Gerbera daisies are so fun and versatile! … Continued

A helpful guide from Florist Chronicles for anyone planning a wedding.

Wedding Flower Guide | Florist Chronicles. Tip: Before you go in for your consultation make yourself a checklist of flowers you want for your ceremony or reception. Make it in order of importance to you so you can trim things down if the quote exceeds your budget. Tweet Share +1 Share

Flower Of The Week

It’s Monday! You all know what that means. The Flower of the Week is: Chinese Lantern The Chinese Lantern is also sometimes known as Paper Lantern Plant, Winter Cherry, or Bladder Cherry. The blooms are acorn shaped and have a paper like texture. They are always orange in color, but can have a graduated tint varying … Continued