Hi Flower Friends, Today I’m sharing a letter from a floral designer located in British Columbia, Canada. Gillian of Eleni Floral started out with answering one of our Q&A Questions about the financial aspect of the floral business, but soon her response touched on all three questions we asked
We have a varied mix for you in this week’s recap. From Valentine’s Day flowers to some gorgeous arrangements used for special events, there is no dearth of talent in the hands which created these amazing florals. It is the fragile beauty that the local florist can tease out of a handful of flowers and some greenery that inspire us to buy flowers for all those special occasions
June 11th, 2013 | By: Juli Jackson Welcome in the worn look with these incredible wedding photos shared by Martha Sheldon Florist from Eastman, Georgia. From inviting wreaths to large elegant sprays to unique containers, this FSN florist knew how to capture a day of perfect rustic beauty.
Father’s Day is just around the corner and florists everywhere are gearing up for a weekend of manly designs, yummy gift baskets and unique surprises for dad. Today’s recap of photos shared with us from local florists all across the country has many of these and much more! Father’s Day Florals Plants in my Pants by Crossroads Florist, Mahwah NJ “”‘PLANTS IN MY PANTS’ Tom Kenison AIFD Yep! They really are my pants!” — Father’s Day arrangement by Sweet Expressions Florist, Quitman TX “Silk Fish Arrangement Happy Father’s Day” — Sympathy Tribute Flowers Detroit Tigers themed tribute flowers by Bentley Florist, Burton MI “Sympathy tribute for a gentleman who loved the Detroit Tigers. Arrangement includes the gentleman’s cap, mitt, and bat
Syringa (Lilac) is a genus of about 20–25 species of flowering woody plants in the olive family (Oleaceae), native to woodland and scrub from southeastern Europe to eastern Asia, and widely and commonly cultivated in temperate areas elsewhere.     The genus is most closely related to Ligustrum (privet), classified with it in Oleaceae tribus Oleeae subtribus Ligustrinae. Lilacs are often considered to symbolize love (see language of flowers).