Floral design is an art form

Have you ever wondered what it takes to make that perfect bouquet? Some might think it’s as simple as dropping a bunch of flowers in a vase. Others might be intimidated by the time and details involved in creating beautiful designs with flowers. Let’s talk about some of the elements involved in floral design as an art form.

Flower spotlight: delphinium

Have you ever heard of delphinium? This pretty perennial is native throughout the northern hemisphere to the tropical mountains of Africa and comes in various shades of blues and purples. Some varieties come in white and even yellow, which is the flower’s rarest color. They can grow up to eight feet tall and are often seen growing wild in meadows. 

Never miss another important birthday or anniversary

These days, it seems like there are always a million things to do. It’s common to reach the end of the day feeling like you just didn’t have the time to get through that lengthy to-do list. With work, caring for family, running errands, and maybe volunteering or attending social activities, the days fly by faster and faster it seems.

Plant spotlight: pothos

Pothos is one of the most gifted green plants. They are very low maintenance, come in multiple varieties, and flourish in a wide variety of lighting and care conditions. Pothos can add organic beauty and bright pops of color to almost any room in your home or office.


Edible flowers for cakes, charcuterie, and more

Some flowers are not only beautiful but also edible. More and more, people are using real flowers as focal points and accents in wedding cakes, birthday cakes, charcuterie boards, and so much more! How many ways can you use edible flowers? Probably a lot more than you think!


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