August 21, 2014

Whimsical Mt. Hood wedding

Under the backdrop of majestic Mt. Hood, this summer wedding was filled with whimsy and color. The table centerpieces were unique mixes of flower tableaus, each different from one another. Seasonal locally grown blooms and foliages created the look in hot pinks, magenta, purples, greens with pops of yellow. 

To view the ceremony decor, bouquets, boutonnieres and corsages, click on the link below.

August 19, 2014

Our Favorite Plants: No. 7

Easy to grow, kalanchoes are fun, flowering succulents. Like most succulents, water kalanchoe plants more in summer, and less in winter or when resting between flowering. Allow the plant to dry out between waterings. Kalanchoe flowers are long lasting and easily coaxed to re-bloom with simple deadheading. When chosing your kalanchoe, consider a pop of color: yellow, orange, red, coral, and hot pink. Or if you prefer, chose a softer shade such as soft pink, peach, pale yellow, or classic white. 

Care: Bright Light • Low/moderate water • Warm indoor temperature

August 12, 2014

About Flowers: White O’Hara garden rose

Just a quick shout out to a wedding season favorite: the White O’Hara garden rose. It is larger than most garden roses and has a longer vase life. But best of all, is its captivating blush center that draws you in and rewards you with its amazing fragrance. We just can’t get enough of these lovelies in wedding season!