You don’t have to go far in the area to find a gift store on every corner.  We have to compete with “big box” name stores when it comes to gift items.  That is why I look for unique items that you can’t find elsewhere for the person on your list when you have an event in your life.

Did you know that the color of a flower is symbolic? 

Most people just pick a favorite color or a color that is pretty to them but if you want to discover more, we are here to break it down.

Learning about the meaning of flower colors gives you an opportunity to send an uncommon sentiment - like sending a secret code to someone you admire in Oklahoma City or around the world.

Be creative when you pick your flower selection. Don’t be scared to mix different color meanings in your arrangement. You can even include the meanings of the floral, in the card, if you send the arrangement to someone.


We are here for the customer.  I believe that whole-heartedly.  The customer and recipient are living life and when they come to us for an order, they are including us for the occasion of that moment. 

Lilygrass flowers & décor started an idea about 2 years ago that has really defined who we are. 

We offer a "save the date" call service. I run a report for the past year’s birthdays and anniversaries. I call you a week before the date you have provided to remind you of the upcoming special day. No obligation to purchase- just a friendly reminder to help make your life less complicated.

Have you ever wondered why flowers are different prices at different locations around Oklahoma City? 

It is called grades.  Think of it like cars or diamonds, you have the low, medium and high end.  The same thing applies to flowers.  Grocery stores for example carry low grade flowers.  The quality of the flower is not the greatest and most of time they last 2 days.  Then there are the bulk stores and even some florist that carry the low or medium grade flowers and sell them for a lower cost. They might last you a week but most of the time 3-4 days. 

This past week into the beginning of this week, I had a fantastic time catching up with a dear florist friend of mine that moved from Oklahoma City to Raleigh, North Carolina in June.  She came back this past week for her last event as an Oklahoma City florist. (Tear) We have known each other for around 7 years and I look up to her for her many talents in the floral industry.


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