Flower spotlight: holiday greenery

Winter weather frost can make your lawn look a little brown and sad, and those overcast dreary days can be a challenge for anyone. Holiday greenery is a great way to balance out the winter doldrums and add warmth, sweet smells, and a fresh bit of nature to your home, both inside and out.


Whether mixed into a cut arrangement with fresh colorful flowers or fashioned into a great outdoor accent, we love holiday greenery!

Make a statement with seasonal floral decor

The holiday season brings warm feelings, cozy fires, and twinkling lights. Help your holiday decor make a statement this season with beautiful bouquets that compliment your home or holiday event.

Flower spotlight: black-eyed susan (rudbeckia)

Black-eyed Susans are a hardy little sibling in the sunflower family. They’re known by a variety of different names, such as brown-eyed susan, yellow ox-eye daisy, brown betty, golden Jerusalem, yellow daisy, poor-land daisy, gloriosa daisy, and English bull's eye. Several Native American tribes used black-eyed susan medicinally for centuries to treat snake bites, swelling, infection, colds, and the flu. They also ingested certain parts of the flower for nutritional purposes.


Festive floral ideas for the holidays

The holidays are just around the corner, which means cooler weather, holly jolly spirits, and lots of festive celebrations and events. Bring the outside in to celebrate the season with fresh or artificial flowers, or even a mix of the two.

Here are a few ideas for some festive floral frills for fall and winter holidays.

Rustic branches to set the tone


Flower spotlight: Salvia

Salvia, also commonly known as sage, features long stems and robust blooms that work wonderfully in a variety of arrangements. It comes in many colors, including blue, purple, red, and white. The origins of this hardy perennial herb are unknown, but it grows mainly in Central and South America, Central and Eastern Asia, and the Mediterranean. Because salvia represents wisdom, health, and healing, it’s frequently used in spring and Easter arrangements, as well as weddings.


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