All posts from 2013

Christmas Time

Posted by Arlene on November 6, 2013

  It seems too early to be thinking about Christmas but lets face it, the Christmas season is just around the corner and is arriving at a good pace.  The malls are already gearing up in anticipation for the hustle and bustle that this season brings.  At our place of work Christmas…

Your Event, Your Way

Posted by Caroline Dodd on August 27, 2013

Whether it be an anniversary, engagement, shower or holiday, no event is complete without the slight added touch of some fresh flowers. For some it may be the most important thing on their list while for others it remains forgotten until hours before. The task of adding flowers should always be a simple one.Therefore we have put together a list of things to consider when adding them to your event.

Exotic and Out of this World!

Posted by Caroline Dodd on June 24, 2013

The life of plants abounds; whether it be magical, dangerous, sweet, prickly or even spicy. Plants can captivate, leaveing you speechless or dreaming of a world beyond. In our world there are 200,000 identified (named) plant species and 400,000 known (unnamed) plant species.

Garden's Gifts

Posted by Caroline Dodd on May 28, 2013

Its that time of year again, our gardens are spouting, the trees blossoming and flowers blooming. The sweet scents of nature is all around us, and why not bring some of that indoors? Whether it’s a party your throwing, a guest room you’re filling or your inside on a rainy day, why not bring your garden with you?

Floaters VS Sinkers

Posted by Caroline Dodd on April 18, 2013

What types of flowers can be submerged and which ones can float? This is a question we have been asked many times, and hopefully we can help clarify.

Recycle, Reuse, Redesign!

Posted by Caroline Dodd on April 2, 2013

Spring is well known for it's blossoms and birds but is also a time to clean, sort, and re organize our homes and garages. Yes 'Spring Cleaning' that job you despise but love. Don't despair! We have a few simple solutions to help clean out that Vase cupboard of yours. Your different styled and unique shaped vase's can come to life with a little imagination.

Spring is in the Air

Posted by Caroline Dodd on February 20, 2013

Tulips, Hyacinth, Stalks and Anemone's all come to us freshly cut and waiting to trigger inspiration, while Crocus, Daffodils and Primula emerge from the soil begging to be displayed and arranged inside your home.