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Okay. It is now hot, and we all know it will only get hotter through July and August. In light of the heat, let's talk about some beautiful and hardy succulents and cacti. These plants are perfect for those of us who love the beauty of indoor plants but don't have a lot of time. Did you know every cactus is a succulent, but not every succulent is a cactus?

Last week, I wrote about common potted plants available to send for any occasion. Today I will discuss more unusual potted plants that are just as versatile. Since potted plants double as beautiful décor, read on to find the perfect plant for your recipient (or yourself)!

At Lilygrass flowers and décor, our customers request just as many potted plants as fresh cut flower. Today, I want to talk about some beautiful plant options, starting with some of the most common plants.

Peace lilies are probably in the top five plants sent by florists each year. Not only are they beautiful and a blooming plant, they are easy to care for, making them a popular choice to send to anyone. Peace lilies are often sent for funerals and memorials, as they are meant to bring peace and harmony after a death.

I hope your weekend was wonderful! It is starting to get hot finally. I hope you all have access to a pool!

Rather than writing about flowers, this week I want to talk about the gift items found in our shop. We carry a number of products in our shop, but I specifically want to talk with you about WorldFinds, an incredible company that helps tradeswomen receive fair wages and ethical treatment in other countries.

Summer. It is officially here (or pretending to be)! Summer means the pool is open and I get to entertain. I love having friends over for a BBQ and some pool time. It is also wedding season, and I'm blessed to be exhausted most nights when I get home!

I've been asked a few times why men don’t receive flowers regularly, so I thought I'd research to see why there is such a disparity. I know plenty of men who love flowers! They think they are beautiful and lots of them smell amazing. What's not to love? My grandfather babied his rose bushes like they were tiny hummingbird eggs.

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