Most flowers are available all year round but we particularly cherish the blooms that are limited in their seasonal availability.
The blueberry viburnum is rich in berries along with foliage.
The sedum is now growing and starting to take on a reddish hue while big lush dahlias are now blooming in the midwest.
The clematis is such a beautiful bloom, and we love to use it in our designs!
And, last to share in today’s blog is rudbeckia pod, or center, of the rudbeckia bloom.
Mother’s Day is on May 8th, a week from today, and this is your opportunity to say ‘thank you’ and ‘I love you’ and show your appreciation.
Whether she’s Mom, Mother, Mama, or Mum, when you send flowers from FlowersFlowers, you’ll know why we have so many ‘regular’ and loyal customers, from weekly customers to once a year customers, they know that they’re going to get flowers that are beautifully designed and the highest quality with excellent customer service.
This week, we’ll have Dutch hydrangea (pinks and lavenders!), peonies, lilac, ranunculus, garden roses, tulips, orchids, calla lilies, and so much more. Plus, of course, we’ll have wonderfully lush hydrangea plants as well as the best orchid plants available in the area!
Here are just a few of the arrangements we’ve made in the last week or so.
Does your Mother live out of town? FlowersFlowers can assist you in sending her flowers by working with our network of other florists that understand and appreciate the quality of flowers you expect! Call us to order your Mother’s Day flowers, whether your mom is near or far!
I love flowers. Absolutely LOVE them. And I love being surrounded by them in the shop. So, it’s probably not a surprise that I take flowers home with me, though I don’t have an abundance of them, as some might expect. I spend most of my day at the shop, so just a small touch of flowers at home is perfect for me.
Garden roses on my kitchen table
I think of my kitchen as the center of my home, both physically and emotionally (!), and there’s usually a small vase of flowers on the kitchen table, next to the PC. Having coffee in the morning, reading the news via the internet, with a simple, yet beautiful vase of flowers next to me is the ideal way to start the day. Usually there’s a cat nearby as well!
I often use a cluster of 3 small vases (vintage milk bottles, mason jars, or bud vases) in which to put some of the blooms I’ve been admiring from the shop.
So, yes, in just above every way, I take my work home with me.