April 28, 2011
April 18, 2011
What is the difference between a standard rose and a garden rose? The garden rose shown in the bottom pic has a beautiful "cabbage" like shape. The standard rose (shown above) has a graceful spiral shape. Additionally, garden roses are often fragrant, which makes them popular for bridal bouquets.
Spray roses have clusters of blooms, typically 3-5 buds per stem. They are smaller than the standard rose. They mix well with standard roses and are terrific to use for corsage and boutonnieres.
April 14, 2011
Will it be modern, casual, rustic, romantic or traditional? Boutonnieres are like little bouquets you wear, each one with it's own personality. Favorite flowers include: spray roses, freesia, mini calla, and mini orchids.
April 9, 2011
We're loving the wonderful selection of blooming spring branches in season now. Here's two more examples: fascinating Dogwood, with it's sinewy branches and other worldly blossoms and of course, the classic, beautiful Cherry with showy clusters of flowers.