US State Flowers

U.S. State Flowers and Their History   Here you can see all of the United State’s state flowers and their history of how they came to be!   Each week we will be adding a new State Flower to our blog until we’ve reached the end so please keep...

How to Make Moss Covered Pots

Did you know you can paint a variety of “food” sources on your clay or terracotta pots to create a green moss cover? You can paint yogurt or buttermilk on them. with a slight mixture of cut up moss on your clay pots to start a green moss cover. Here is a...

Flower Care Tips

So, you just had flowers delivered to you, now what? Keep fresh flowers away from drafts and extreme temperatures, which can quickly dry out the flowers and cause wilting. If your flowers came in plastic, remove this as soon as possible. Do not place your arrangement...

Sweet Peas From Japan

“What’s This Flower Wednesday!” Today’s flower is the Sweet Pea! We just received a fresh shipment of White, Purple, and Pink Sweet Peas from Japan! These gorgeous beauties are sold in a bunch of 5 strong stems. Each stem ranges from 3-6...

Air Plants

  “What’s This Wednesday” Air Plants There are more than 650 types of air plants (Tillandsia) that can grow — and thrive — without soil! How can a plant grow without soil? These bromeliads get all of the water and nutrients they need...

Flowering Branches and items from Chile!!

Flowering Branches    1. Tulip Magnolia – In Lengths of Medium and Long 2. Pink Quince – In Lengths of Medium and Long 3. Forsythia – In Medium Length Here are some beautiful designs made with these flowering branches                   We also...