Pike Place Market & Fiori, Seattle

Jeff Leatham

Jeff Leatham

Have a wonderful weekend!

Continued here: Fleur Friday

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I recently purchased a bunch of Solomon’s Seal from my local market and I am now officially obsessed!

photo_solomons_seal_lg

This beauty has rich green leaves with a soft matte look!

green+and+white+bride's+bouquet+featuring+Solomon's+seal, <a href=viagra sale +flowering+ligustrum, orthopedist +yarrow+foliage, visit this +hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea” src=”http://flirtyfleurs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/green+and+white+brides+bouquet+featuring+Solomons+seal+flowering+ligustrum+yarrow+foliage+hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea.jpg” width=”384″ height=”256″ />Lillie’s Flower Journal

They grow in shady borders or woodland gardens among trees and shrubs.

a-woodland-arrangement-with-hellebore-viburnum-herbs-berries-ferns-lily-of-the-valley-1-Françoise-WeeksFrançoise Weeks

Gracefully arching, unbranched stems are crowned with a plume of small flowers similar to astilbe.

maianthemum_racemosum_false_solomons_seal_flowers_16-05-04

Icing on the cake is the fresh, sweet, clean fragrance!

greenflower-pot_300Real Simple

Have you worked with Solomon’s Seal? We would love to hear your thoughts!

More: Floral Obsession, Solomon’s Seal

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I recently purchased a bunch of Solomon’s Seal from my local market and I am now officially obsessed!

photo_solomons_seal_lg

This beauty has rich green leaves with a soft matte look!

green+and+white+bride's+bouquet+featuring+Solomon's+seal, <a href=viagra sale +flowering+ligustrum, orthopedist +yarrow+foliage, visit this +hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea” src=”http://flirtyfleurs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/green+and+white+brides+bouquet+featuring+Solomons+seal+flowering+ligustrum+yarrow+foliage+hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea.jpg” width=”384″ height=”256″ />Lillie’s Flower Journal

They grow in shady borders or woodland gardens among trees and shrubs.

a-woodland-arrangement-with-hellebore-viburnum-herbs-berries-ferns-lily-of-the-valley-1-Françoise-WeeksFrançoise Weeks

Gracefully arching, unbranched stems are crowned with a plume of small flowers similar to astilbe.

maianthemum_racemosum_false_solomons_seal_flowers_16-05-04

Icing on the cake is the fresh, sweet, clean fragrance!

greenflower-pot_300Real Simple

Have you worked with Solomon’s Seal? We would love to hear your thoughts!

More: Floral Obsession, Solomon’s Seal

diatomaceous earth lowes

MGTMichael George Flowers

Spring is here and the market is over flowing with gorgeous tulips of all types! I love this time year and the amazing selection of colors, check textures and varieties tulips available. Here are a few tips and tricks to help with the care and handling of your tulips!

SV_RP_TulipCareStore-1

From the Sun Valley Group Website

The Floral Design Institute

11

visit this
NYC

Read more from the original source: Tulips; Care and Handling

compare car insurance


I recently purchased a bunch of Solomon’s Seal from my local market and I am now officially obsessed!

photo_solomons_seal_lg

This beauty has rich green leaves with a soft matte look!

green+and+white+bride's+bouquet+featuring+Solomon's+seal, <a href=viagra sale +flowering+ligustrum, orthopedist +yarrow+foliage, visit this +hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea” src=”http://flirtyfleurs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/green+and+white+brides+bouquet+featuring+Solomons+seal+flowering+ligustrum+yarrow+foliage+hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea.jpg” width=”384″ height=”256″ />Lillie’s Flower Journal

They grow in shady borders or woodland gardens among trees and shrubs.

a-woodland-arrangement-with-hellebore-viburnum-herbs-berries-ferns-lily-of-the-valley-1-Françoise-WeeksFrançoise Weeks

Gracefully arching, unbranched stems are crowned with a plume of small flowers similar to astilbe.

maianthemum_racemosum_false_solomons_seal_flowers_16-05-04

Icing on the cake is the fresh, sweet, clean fragrance!

greenflower-pot_300Real Simple

Have you worked with Solomon’s Seal? We would love to hear your thoughts!

More: Floral Obsession, Solomon’s Seal

diatomaceous earth lowes

MGTMichael George Flowers

Spring is here and the market is over flowing with gorgeous tulips of all types! I love this time year and the amazing selection of colors, check textures and varieties tulips available. Here are a few tips and tricks to help with the care and handling of your tulips!

SV_RP_TulipCareStore-1

From the Sun Valley Group Website

The Floral Design Institute

11

visit this
NYC

Read more from the original source: Tulips; Care and Handling

compare car insurance

european style bouquet
TODAY’S BOUQUETS & FLOWERS TO WEAR is a new and exciting Wedding Workshop created exclusively for Mt. Eden Floral Company. In their first ever West Coast floral design workshop together (and first joint Bay Area appearance since their presentation at the 2011 San Francisco AIFD Symposium), life
Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PCFI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI will take the floral designer on a journey into today’s freshest blooms, newest products, and the numerous options for their use.

boutonniere with succulent

Using the latest in Trends and Techniques, the multiple, award-winning (and 2013 & 2014 Trend Forecasters for the International Floral Distributors Group) duo will share their combined years of experience in the floral event industry with you. During this 2-day class, Bill and Kris will demonstrate and work with you on fresh, new ideas and show you how to make some of the most intricate designs we see in today’s social media.

modern boutonniere

This 2-day workshop is designed for the floral designer with some experience to the advanced designer who is looking to broaden and enhance his or her design artistry. All fresh flowers, foliage and supplies will be provided. Continental breakfast and light lunches will be served on each of the 2 days. Please bring any additional snacks and beverages you may require, as well as your own design tools (design tools may be purchased on-site if needed).

modern boutonnieres

TODAY’S BOUQUETS & FLOWERS TO WEAR
Designs from Concept to Completion
With Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PFCI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI
• June 11-12, 2013 from 8:00-4:00pm both days
• at Mt. Eden Floral Co., 2124 Bering Drive, San Jose CA
• Registration Fee: $550 per person by May 26, 2013
• A $50 late fee will be charged for registrations received 5/27/13 and after.
• To register, print and return the floral workshop registration form. Space is limited.
For questions related to the workshop, please call Mt. Eden’s event line at: 408-213-6064 or email: info@mteden.com. For regular store inquiries, please call 408-213-5777.

modern boutonniere

boutonniere

unique boutonnieres

Want to know more about Bill and Kris? Head over here to meet the designers, and check out videos of their work over at Bill and Kris’ website for Schaffer Designs.

Bill Schaffer and Kristine Kratt will be teaching a workshop at Mt. Eden Floral Co in San Jose CA this June

Kristine Kratt

Bill Schaffer

8.5 x 11 june workshop poster

(sponsored post)

Go here to see the original: Wedding Workshop with Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PCFI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI

kollagenintensiv.com/


I recently purchased a bunch of Solomon’s Seal from my local market and I am now officially obsessed!

photo_solomons_seal_lg

This beauty has rich green leaves with a soft matte look!

green+and+white+bride's+bouquet+featuring+Solomon's+seal, <a href=viagra sale +flowering+ligustrum, orthopedist +yarrow+foliage, visit this +hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea” src=”http://flirtyfleurs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/green+and+white+brides+bouquet+featuring+Solomons+seal+flowering+ligustrum+yarrow+foliage+hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea.jpg” width=”384″ height=”256″ />Lillie’s Flower Journal

They grow in shady borders or woodland gardens among trees and shrubs.

a-woodland-arrangement-with-hellebore-viburnum-herbs-berries-ferns-lily-of-the-valley-1-Françoise-WeeksFrançoise Weeks

Gracefully arching, unbranched stems are crowned with a plume of small flowers similar to astilbe.

maianthemum_racemosum_false_solomons_seal_flowers_16-05-04

Icing on the cake is the fresh, sweet, clean fragrance!

greenflower-pot_300Real Simple

Have you worked with Solomon’s Seal? We would love to hear your thoughts!

More: Floral Obsession, Solomon’s Seal

diatomaceous earth lowes

MGTMichael George Flowers

Spring is here and the market is over flowing with gorgeous tulips of all types! I love this time year and the amazing selection of colors, check textures and varieties tulips available. Here are a few tips and tricks to help with the care and handling of your tulips!

SV_RP_TulipCareStore-1

From the Sun Valley Group Website

The Floral Design Institute

11

visit this
NYC

Read more from the original source: Tulips; Care and Handling

compare car insurance

european style bouquet
TODAY’S BOUQUETS & FLOWERS TO WEAR is a new and exciting Wedding Workshop created exclusively for Mt. Eden Floral Company. In their first ever West Coast floral design workshop together (and first joint Bay Area appearance since their presentation at the 2011 San Francisco AIFD Symposium), life
Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PCFI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI will take the floral designer on a journey into today’s freshest blooms, newest products, and the numerous options for their use.

boutonniere with succulent

Using the latest in Trends and Techniques, the multiple, award-winning (and 2013 & 2014 Trend Forecasters for the International Floral Distributors Group) duo will share their combined years of experience in the floral event industry with you. During this 2-day class, Bill and Kris will demonstrate and work with you on fresh, new ideas and show you how to make some of the most intricate designs we see in today’s social media.

modern boutonniere

This 2-day workshop is designed for the floral designer with some experience to the advanced designer who is looking to broaden and enhance his or her design artistry. All fresh flowers, foliage and supplies will be provided. Continental breakfast and light lunches will be served on each of the 2 days. Please bring any additional snacks and beverages you may require, as well as your own design tools (design tools may be purchased on-site if needed).

modern boutonnieres

TODAY’S BOUQUETS & FLOWERS TO WEAR
Designs from Concept to Completion
With Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PFCI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI
• June 11-12, 2013 from 8:00-4:00pm both days
• at Mt. Eden Floral Co., 2124 Bering Drive, San Jose CA
• Registration Fee: $550 per person by May 26, 2013
• A $50 late fee will be charged for registrations received 5/27/13 and after.
• To register, print and return the floral workshop registration form. Space is limited.
For questions related to the workshop, please call Mt. Eden’s event line at: 408-213-6064 or email: info@mteden.com. For regular store inquiries, please call 408-213-5777.

modern boutonniere

boutonniere

unique boutonnieres

Want to know more about Bill and Kris? Head over here to meet the designers, and check out videos of their work over at Bill and Kris’ website for Schaffer Designs.

Bill Schaffer and Kristine Kratt will be teaching a workshop at Mt. Eden Floral Co in San Jose CA this June

Kristine Kratt

Bill Schaffer

8.5 x 11 june workshop poster

(sponsored post)

Go here to see the original: Wedding Workshop with Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PCFI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI

kollagenintensiv.com/

Hi Flower Friends, ascariasis

I received the following email from one of our readers and I think she raises a very good concern. Let’s face it, try
not every bride can spend thousands of dollars on flowers and decorations. I realize many of you have minimums for clients, cost
but someone out there must be taking care of the smaller budget brides. To those designers, what advice do you have for our reader? (and all the other readers wondering the same thing). Please leave a comment below, or if you have photos of pieces you’ve designed for budget brides, please email those to: info@flirtyfleurs.com.

“I’m working as a new designer in a medium-sized, quite financially-conservative (and overall conservative) town.
I have been able to find tons of articles online and in print from high-profile designers about making sure you charge for the full value of your work, educating your customers on the value of what you do, explaining the pricing behind their pinterest and bridal magazine finds– but the average wedding budget here is probably 12,000, with the DIYers obviously clocking in as low as they possibly can.
At the small local flower shop where I used to work, the average budget for wedding flowers was 1200. They wanted roses in a little posy. They wanted gerberas, they wanted daisies. To put it bluntly, it wasn’t a matter of educating the customer or upselling them, this was their budget, and they weren’t willing or able to spend more.
Some of my workarounds so far have been monotbotanic/ monochrome arrangements so I can order in bulk, loading up on greenery and garlands vs. spending on flowers, selling market bunches for the diy crowd, but I am always looking for new ideas.
Are there any websites, portfolios, thoughts or articles that you or your contributors could recommend for someone in a small town with small budgets? I would love advice on making a small budget look more thoughtfully-styled.”

pink peonies in a bud vase

Visit link: Let’s Discuss Small Budgets..

clicking here


I recently purchased a bunch of Solomon’s Seal from my local market and I am now officially obsessed!

photo_solomons_seal_lg

This beauty has rich green leaves with a soft matte look!

green+and+white+bride's+bouquet+featuring+Solomon's+seal, <a href=viagra sale +flowering+ligustrum, orthopedist +yarrow+foliage, visit this +hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea” src=”http://flirtyfleurs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/green+and+white+brides+bouquet+featuring+Solomons+seal+flowering+ligustrum+yarrow+foliage+hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea.jpg” width=”384″ height=”256″ />Lillie’s Flower Journal

They grow in shady borders or woodland gardens among trees and shrubs.

a-woodland-arrangement-with-hellebore-viburnum-herbs-berries-ferns-lily-of-the-valley-1-Françoise-WeeksFrançoise Weeks

Gracefully arching, unbranched stems are crowned with a plume of small flowers similar to astilbe.

maianthemum_racemosum_false_solomons_seal_flowers_16-05-04

Icing on the cake is the fresh, sweet, clean fragrance!

greenflower-pot_300Real Simple

Have you worked with Solomon’s Seal? We would love to hear your thoughts!

More: Floral Obsession, Solomon’s Seal

diatomaceous earth lowes

MGTMichael George Flowers

Spring is here and the market is over flowing with gorgeous tulips of all types! I love this time year and the amazing selection of colors, check textures and varieties tulips available. Here are a few tips and tricks to help with the care and handling of your tulips!

SV_RP_TulipCareStore-1

From the Sun Valley Group Website

The Floral Design Institute

11

visit this
NYC

Read more from the original source: Tulips; Care and Handling

compare car insurance

european style bouquet
TODAY’S BOUQUETS & FLOWERS TO WEAR is a new and exciting Wedding Workshop created exclusively for Mt. Eden Floral Company. In their first ever West Coast floral design workshop together (and first joint Bay Area appearance since their presentation at the 2011 San Francisco AIFD Symposium), life
Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PCFI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI will take the floral designer on a journey into today’s freshest blooms, newest products, and the numerous options for their use.

boutonniere with succulent

Using the latest in Trends and Techniques, the multiple, award-winning (and 2013 & 2014 Trend Forecasters for the International Floral Distributors Group) duo will share their combined years of experience in the floral event industry with you. During this 2-day class, Bill and Kris will demonstrate and work with you on fresh, new ideas and show you how to make some of the most intricate designs we see in today’s social media.

modern boutonniere

This 2-day workshop is designed for the floral designer with some experience to the advanced designer who is looking to broaden and enhance his or her design artistry. All fresh flowers, foliage and supplies will be provided. Continental breakfast and light lunches will be served on each of the 2 days. Please bring any additional snacks and beverages you may require, as well as your own design tools (design tools may be purchased on-site if needed).

modern boutonnieres

TODAY’S BOUQUETS & FLOWERS TO WEAR
Designs from Concept to Completion
With Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PFCI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI
• June 11-12, 2013 from 8:00-4:00pm both days
• at Mt. Eden Floral Co., 2124 Bering Drive, San Jose CA
• Registration Fee: $550 per person by May 26, 2013
• A $50 late fee will be charged for registrations received 5/27/13 and after.
• To register, print and return the floral workshop registration form. Space is limited.
For questions related to the workshop, please call Mt. Eden’s event line at: 408-213-6064 or email: info@mteden.com. For regular store inquiries, please call 408-213-5777.

modern boutonniere

boutonniere

unique boutonnieres

Want to know more about Bill and Kris? Head over here to meet the designers, and check out videos of their work over at Bill and Kris’ website for Schaffer Designs.

Bill Schaffer and Kristine Kratt will be teaching a workshop at Mt. Eden Floral Co in San Jose CA this June

Kristine Kratt

Bill Schaffer

8.5 x 11 june workshop poster

(sponsored post)

Go here to see the original: Wedding Workshop with Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PCFI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI

kollagenintensiv.com/

Hi Flower Friends, ascariasis

I received the following email from one of our readers and I think she raises a very good concern. Let’s face it, try
not every bride can spend thousands of dollars on flowers and decorations. I realize many of you have minimums for clients, cost
but someone out there must be taking care of the smaller budget brides. To those designers, what advice do you have for our reader? (and all the other readers wondering the same thing). Please leave a comment below, or if you have photos of pieces you’ve designed for budget brides, please email those to: info@flirtyfleurs.com.

“I’m working as a new designer in a medium-sized, quite financially-conservative (and overall conservative) town.
I have been able to find tons of articles online and in print from high-profile designers about making sure you charge for the full value of your work, educating your customers on the value of what you do, explaining the pricing behind their pinterest and bridal magazine finds– but the average wedding budget here is probably 12,000, with the DIYers obviously clocking in as low as they possibly can.
At the small local flower shop where I used to work, the average budget for wedding flowers was 1200. They wanted roses in a little posy. They wanted gerberas, they wanted daisies. To put it bluntly, it wasn’t a matter of educating the customer or upselling them, this was their budget, and they weren’t willing or able to spend more.
Some of my workarounds so far have been monotbotanic/ monochrome arrangements so I can order in bulk, loading up on greenery and garlands vs. spending on flowers, selling market bunches for the diy crowd, but I am always looking for new ideas.
Are there any websites, portfolios, thoughts or articles that you or your contributors could recommend for someone in a small town with small budgets? I would love advice on making a small budget look more thoughtfully-styled.”

pink peonies in a bud vase

Visit link: Let’s Discuss Small Budgets..

clicking here

IMG_2320

Syringa (Lilac) is a genus of about 20–25 species of flowering woody plants in the olive family (Oleaceae), injection
native to woodland and scrub from southeastern Europe to eastern Asia, sick
and widely and commonly cultivated in temperate areas elsewhere.[1][2][3][4]

The genus is most closely related to Ligustrum (privet), classified with it in Oleaceae tribus Oleeae subtribus Ligustrinae.

lilac+2Lilacs are often considered to symbolize love (see language of flowers). In Greece, Lebanon, and Cyprus, the lilac is strongly associated with Easter time because it flowers around that time; it is consequently called paschalia.

Syringa vulgaris is the state flower of New Hampshire, because it “is symbolic of that hardy character of the men and women of the Granite State” (New Hampshire Revised Statute Annotated (RSA) 3:5)

(From Wikipedia)

Lilac

Continue reading here: Lilac

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I recently purchased a bunch of Solomon’s Seal from my local market and I am now officially obsessed!

photo_solomons_seal_lg

This beauty has rich green leaves with a soft matte look!

green+and+white+bride's+bouquet+featuring+Solomon's+seal, <a href=viagra sale +flowering+ligustrum, orthopedist +yarrow+foliage, visit this +hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea” src=”http://flirtyfleurs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/green+and+white+brides+bouquet+featuring+Solomons+seal+flowering+ligustrum+yarrow+foliage+hosta+leaves+and+hydrangea.jpg” width=”384″ height=”256″ />Lillie’s Flower Journal

They grow in shady borders or woodland gardens among trees and shrubs.

a-woodland-arrangement-with-hellebore-viburnum-herbs-berries-ferns-lily-of-the-valley-1-Françoise-WeeksFrançoise Weeks

Gracefully arching, unbranched stems are crowned with a plume of small flowers similar to astilbe.

maianthemum_racemosum_false_solomons_seal_flowers_16-05-04

Icing on the cake is the fresh, sweet, clean fragrance!

greenflower-pot_300Real Simple

Have you worked with Solomon’s Seal? We would love to hear your thoughts!

More: Floral Obsession, Solomon’s Seal

diatomaceous earth lowes

MGTMichael George Flowers

Spring is here and the market is over flowing with gorgeous tulips of all types! I love this time year and the amazing selection of colors, check textures and varieties tulips available. Here are a few tips and tricks to help with the care and handling of your tulips!

SV_RP_TulipCareStore-1

From the Sun Valley Group Website

The Floral Design Institute

11

visit this
NYC

Read more from the original source: Tulips; Care and Handling

compare car insurance

european style bouquet
TODAY’S BOUQUETS & FLOWERS TO WEAR is a new and exciting Wedding Workshop created exclusively for Mt. Eden Floral Company. In their first ever West Coast floral design workshop together (and first joint Bay Area appearance since their presentation at the 2011 San Francisco AIFD Symposium), life
Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PCFI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI will take the floral designer on a journey into today’s freshest blooms, newest products, and the numerous options for their use.

boutonniere with succulent

Using the latest in Trends and Techniques, the multiple, award-winning (and 2013 & 2014 Trend Forecasters for the International Floral Distributors Group) duo will share their combined years of experience in the floral event industry with you. During this 2-day class, Bill and Kris will demonstrate and work with you on fresh, new ideas and show you how to make some of the most intricate designs we see in today’s social media.

modern boutonniere

This 2-day workshop is designed for the floral designer with some experience to the advanced designer who is looking to broaden and enhance his or her design artistry. All fresh flowers, foliage and supplies will be provided. Continental breakfast and light lunches will be served on each of the 2 days. Please bring any additional snacks and beverages you may require, as well as your own design tools (design tools may be purchased on-site if needed).

modern boutonnieres

TODAY’S BOUQUETS & FLOWERS TO WEAR
Designs from Concept to Completion
With Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PFCI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI
• June 11-12, 2013 from 8:00-4:00pm both days
• at Mt. Eden Floral Co., 2124 Bering Drive, San Jose CA
• Registration Fee: $550 per person by May 26, 2013
• A $50 late fee will be charged for registrations received 5/27/13 and after.
• To register, print and return the floral workshop registration form. Space is limited.
For questions related to the workshop, please call Mt. Eden’s event line at: 408-213-6064 or email: info@mteden.com. For regular store inquiries, please call 408-213-5777.

modern boutonniere

boutonniere

unique boutonnieres

Want to know more about Bill and Kris? Head over here to meet the designers, and check out videos of their work over at Bill and Kris’ website for Schaffer Designs.

Bill Schaffer and Kristine Kratt will be teaching a workshop at Mt. Eden Floral Co in San Jose CA this June

Kristine Kratt

Bill Schaffer

8.5 x 11 june workshop poster

(sponsored post)

Go here to see the original: Wedding Workshop with Bill Schaffer AIFD, AAF, PCFI and Kristine Kratt AIFD, PFCI

kollagenintensiv.com/

Hi Flower Friends, ascariasis

I received the following email from one of our readers and I think she raises a very good concern. Let’s face it, try
not every bride can spend thousands of dollars on flowers and decorations. I realize many of you have minimums for clients, cost
but someone out there must be taking care of the smaller budget brides. To those designers, what advice do you have for our reader? (and all the other readers wondering the same thing). Please leave a comment below, or if you have photos of pieces you’ve designed for budget brides, please email those to: info@flirtyfleurs.com.

“I’m working as a new designer in a medium-sized, quite financially-conservative (and overall conservative) town.
I have been able to find tons of articles online and in print from high-profile designers about making sure you charge for the full value of your work, educating your customers on the value of what you do, explaining the pricing behind their pinterest and bridal magazine finds– but the average wedding budget here is probably 12,000, with the DIYers obviously clocking in as low as they possibly can.
At the small local flower shop where I used to work, the average budget for wedding flowers was 1200. They wanted roses in a little posy. They wanted gerberas, they wanted daisies. To put it bluntly, it wasn’t a matter of educating the customer or upselling them, this was their budget, and they weren’t willing or able to spend more.
Some of my workarounds so far have been monotbotanic/ monochrome arrangements so I can order in bulk, loading up on greenery and garlands vs. spending on flowers, selling market bunches for the diy crowd, but I am always looking for new ideas.
Are there any websites, portfolios, thoughts or articles that you or your contributors could recommend for someone in a small town with small budgets? I would love advice on making a small budget look more thoughtfully-styled.”

pink peonies in a bud vase

Visit link: Let’s Discuss Small Budgets..

clicking here

IMG_2320

Syringa (Lilac) is a genus of about 20–25 species of flowering woody plants in the olive family (Oleaceae), injection
native to woodland and scrub from southeastern Europe to eastern Asia, sick
and widely and commonly cultivated in temperate areas elsewhere.[1][2][3][4]

The genus is most closely related to Ligustrum (privet), classified with it in Oleaceae tribus Oleeae subtribus Ligustrinae.

lilac+2Lilacs are often considered to symbolize love (see language of flowers). In Greece, Lebanon, and Cyprus, the lilac is strongly associated with Easter time because it flowers around that time; it is consequently called paschalia.

Syringa vulgaris is the state flower of New Hampshire, because it “is symbolic of that hardy character of the men and women of the Granite State” (New Hampshire Revised Statute Annotated (RSA) 3:5)

(From Wikipedia)

Lilac

Continue reading here: Lilac

buy hgh

Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle is such a fun place to visit, pestilence
I haven’t been in years and it was fun to go back. On this visit the stalls were filled with flowers, it was just dreamy! So many tulips and daffodils on display!

tulips at pike place market

flowers on display at pike place market

tulips and daffodils on display

yellow double daffodil

yellow double daffodils

buckets of double yellow daffodils

buckets filled tulips

Here are the flowers I purchased at Pike Place Market:
peach parrot tulips, pink double tulips, peach daffodils

The bouquet I designed with the flowers I purchased (with Pieris Japonica from the garden):
peach and pink tulip bouquet

While we were in downtown Seattle I thought to visit Fiori Flower Shop. I’ve communicated over email and social media with the owner, Miles, for some time and thought it would be fun to find his shop. I was thrilled when I got to step inside his huge walk-in cooler, so many flower treasures were inside. (I apologize for the poor photos, I only had my iPhone at that point and the photos are a bit fuzzy. My photos don’t do the flowers justice, he truly had the best variety of flowers — I was in love with the hellebores, bleeding hearts, fritillaria and anemones!!)
To learn more about Fiori, read our interview here.
purple anemones

anemones and bleeding hearts

checkered frittalaria

See the article here: Pike Place Market & Fiori, Seattle

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