All posts filed under Inspiration

Gift Giving Guide for the Plant lover

Posted by Caroline Dodd on January 22, 2018

If you have plant lover in your life, here are a few suggestions on what to surprise them with for Birthdays, Anniversaries or Just because!

Not Every Plant Needs a Pot

Posted by Caroline Dodd on February 21, 2017

The eco world of plant species is pretty much endless. The question remains then why are we still putting all our plants on tables? Yes, they look so awesome in their pretty pots sitting with the rest of our decor, meanwhile our poor walls are screaming for some attention, as well! There are some…


Posted by Caroline Dodd on May 12, 2016

The Honey Bee needs our help. We are seeing more and more of a growing concern for these small beautiful insects and we are certainly excited to do our part! This season we are strongly encouraging you to think about our friends that bring a little sweetness to our day.

A Chocolate Paradise

Posted by Caroline Dodd on November 12, 2015

        Introducing to the Pastry Market Family, Handmade Pure Belgian Chocolates. Using only the highest quality chocolate straight from Belgium and adding only pure natural ingredients we are able to bring you a little piece of heaven. The smooth texture and rich flavours…

Queen of Easter Flowers

Posted by Sue Dodd on March 31, 2015

The trumpet shaped blossoms of the Easter Lily is significant as it portrays the symbol of purity, life, hope, the spiritual meaning of Easter and the promises of Spring.

Primula - A quick "pick me up" for spring!

Posted by Sue Dodd on March 12, 2015

These are the very first flowers to be found on store shelves, giving us a glimmer of hope for the arrival of sunny cheerful days.

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?

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.