Even Florists Need Inspiration

November is here already! The month when we take time out of our busy lives to be thankful for the blessings we have. Be thankful of the beauty all around us. Bring fall flowers into your home as an easy way to decorate for the remainder of the season. Continue reading
November is here already! The month when we take time out of our busy lives to be thankful for the blessings we have. Be thankful of the beauty all around us. Bring fall flowers into your home as an easy way to decorate for the remainder of the season. Continue reading
Imagine spending two days in a ballroom perfumed with lilies and garden roses, tadalafil
surrounded by rows upon rows of vases filled with different types of flowers — alstroemeria, order
dahlias, gerberas, hydrangeas, orchids, just to name a few.

Sounds lovely, doesn’t it? Trust me, it is. This is part of my job, reporting on the Outstanding Varieties Competition, an annual contest the Society of American Florists holds to recognize the absolute best flowers in the market. Flowers arrive from growers all across the country and around the globe for the competition.
November is here already! The month when we take time out of our busy lives to be thankful for the blessings we have. Be thankful of the beauty all around us. Bring fall flowers into your home as an easy way to decorate for the remainder of the season. Continue reading
Imagine spending two days in a ballroom perfumed with lilies and garden roses, tadalafil
surrounded by rows upon rows of vases filled with different types of flowers — alstroemeria, order
dahlias, gerberas, hydrangeas, orchids, just to name a few.

Sounds lovely, doesn’t it? Trust me, it is. This is part of my job, reporting on the Outstanding Varieties Competition, an annual contest the Society of American Florists holds to recognize the absolute best flowers in the market. Flowers arrive from growers all across the country and around the globe for the competition.
Imagine spending two days in a ballroom perfumed with lilies and garden roses, store surrounded by rows upon rows of vases filled with different types of flowers — alstroemeria, pharmacy
dahlias, remedy
gerberas, hydrangeas, orchids, just to name a few.

Sounds lovely, doesn’t it? Trust me, it is. This is part of my job, reporting on the Outstanding Varieties Competition, an annual contest the Society of American Florists holds to recognize the absolute best flowers in the market. Flowers arrive from growers all across the country and around the globe for the competition.
We’ve seen a lot of beautiful flower arrangements this week, physician and you can count on seeing a whole lot more red, recipe white and pink next week too! So, for now, let’s get on with the pictures!!! Continue reading
We’ve seen a lot of beautiful flower arrangements this week, physician and you can count on seeing a whole lot more red, recipe white and pink next week too! So, for now, let’s get on with the pictures!!! Continue reading
There is something about a winter day that can just pull the energy right out of you. The landscape is a little bleak, ophthalmologist
barren and colorless. The cold wind is blowing and the sky is the same color as the bark of the bare trees. There are days when a little color can make a huge difference in altering our mood and attitude. Bring some color to the day with a few flowers.
We’ve seen a lot of beautiful flower arrangements this week, physician and you can count on seeing a whole lot more red, recipe white and pink next week too! So, for now, let’s get on with the pictures!!! Continue reading
There is something about a winter day that can just pull the energy right out of you. The landscape is a little bleak, ophthalmologist
barren and colorless. The cold wind is blowing and the sky is the same color as the bark of the bare trees. There are days when a little color can make a huge difference in altering our mood and attitude. Bring some color to the day with a few flowers.

Kesler at Society of American Florists’ Outstanding Varieties Competition in 2012.

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, tooth
try and it should come as no surprise red roses are the most popular flower for the holiday. I love how Louis Armstrong shared his love for the classic beauty of red roses in the 1967 recording of “What a Wonderful World.” You know the lyrics:

I see trees of green … red roses, urologist
too
I see em bloom … for me and for you
And I think to myself… what a wonderful world.

Yes, pills red roses are a holiday favorite, and yes, a vase of red roses is classically beautiful, but I wonder if Louis ever imagined red roses as tall as he is?

There are various renditions of “What a Wonderful World,” and there are many, many, many more “versions” of the rose. Red is just the beginning. Roses come in orange, yellow, white, purple, pink, peach, green, mocha, bi-color and rainbow, too.

Rainbow Roses

You can personalize your Valentine’s Day gift by matching your sweetheart’s personality to flowers. It’s easy. Here, I can show you how by pairing the personality exhibited in notable versions of the “What a Wonderful World” song to a different Valentine’s Day rose.

First up, the Hawaiian ukulele version of “What a Wonderful World” recorded in 1993 by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole sung to the tune of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” it just begs for a vase full of the fun rainbow roses. Call your florist early to order these gems. The technology to dye each and every petal is new, and supply is limited. Your floral gift will certainly stand out from the others if it includes the coveted rainbow rose.

‘Ivanhoe’ Rose

“What a Wonderful World” in 2002 got a punk rock interpretation from Joey Ramone. This calls for something edgy. Don’t think of roses as edgy? Then you haven’t seen the brand new and exotic rose called ‘Ivanhoe’. It’s wild.

‘Sunset’ Garden Rose

Or how about a spicy, fun orange variety to help them feel the heat?

Pink Rose

How about returning to romance with the 2007 recording by Katie Melua & Eva Cassidy. This soft and lyrical version is the perfect match to pink roses. And there are many tints, tones and shades of pink.

What better way to say “I Love You” this Valentine’s Day than with a personalized vase of beautiful roses? Pick your color, pick your vase (pick your song, too!) and don’t be afraid to break away from the standard. With a little thought, preparation and an early call to your local florist, you’ll soon be singing your own version of “What a Wonderful World.”

Of all the beautiful roses, what is your favorite?

We’ve seen a lot of beautiful flower arrangements this week, physician and you can count on seeing a whole lot more red, recipe white and pink next week too! So, for now, let’s get on with the pictures!!! Continue reading
There is something about a winter day that can just pull the energy right out of you. The landscape is a little bleak, ophthalmologist
barren and colorless. The cold wind is blowing and the sky is the same color as the bark of the bare trees. There are days when a little color can make a huge difference in altering our mood and attitude. Bring some color to the day with a few flowers.

Kesler at Society of American Florists’ Outstanding Varieties Competition in 2012.

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, tooth
try and it should come as no surprise red roses are the most popular flower for the holiday. I love how Louis Armstrong shared his love for the classic beauty of red roses in the 1967 recording of “What a Wonderful World.” You know the lyrics:

I see trees of green … red roses, urologist
too
I see em bloom … for me and for you
And I think to myself… what a wonderful world.

Yes, pills red roses are a holiday favorite, and yes, a vase of red roses is classically beautiful, but I wonder if Louis ever imagined red roses as tall as he is?

There are various renditions of “What a Wonderful World,” and there are many, many, many more “versions” of the rose. Red is just the beginning. Roses come in orange, yellow, white, purple, pink, peach, green, mocha, bi-color and rainbow, too.

Rainbow Roses

You can personalize your Valentine’s Day gift by matching your sweetheart’s personality to flowers. It’s easy. Here, I can show you how by pairing the personality exhibited in notable versions of the “What a Wonderful World” song to a different Valentine’s Day rose.

First up, the Hawaiian ukulele version of “What a Wonderful World” recorded in 1993 by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole sung to the tune of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” it just begs for a vase full of the fun rainbow roses. Call your florist early to order these gems. The technology to dye each and every petal is new, and supply is limited. Your floral gift will certainly stand out from the others if it includes the coveted rainbow rose.

‘Ivanhoe’ Rose

“What a Wonderful World” in 2002 got a punk rock interpretation from Joey Ramone. This calls for something edgy. Don’t think of roses as edgy? Then you haven’t seen the brand new and exotic rose called ‘Ivanhoe’. It’s wild.

‘Sunset’ Garden Rose

Or how about a spicy, fun orange variety to help them feel the heat?

Pink Rose

How about returning to romance with the 2007 recording by Katie Melua & Eva Cassidy. This soft and lyrical version is the perfect match to pink roses. And there are many tints, tones and shades of pink.

What better way to say “I Love You” this Valentine’s Day than with a personalized vase of beautiful roses? Pick your color, pick your vase (pick your song, too!) and don’t be afraid to break away from the standard. With a little thought, preparation and an early call to your local florist, you’ll soon be singing your own version of “What a Wonderful World.”

Of all the beautiful roses, what is your favorite?

Re-energize Your Life, diagnosis
Business and Relationships Ever have a day when life feels like a concrete block attached to your leg? For most of us, this feeling occurs not just once, but several times through-out life. Flowers often help me … Continue reading

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