Monday, November 28, 2016


Now that Thanksgiving has passed the next big holiday is Christmas. It's a tradition to have a pine tree during the holiday, but a lot of people are sometimes stuck between getting an artificial one or a live one since there are so many benefits to both. So we wanted to make that easier for you by making a quick pro's and cons list. 


PROS: pine tree scent,  lots of different kinds to choose from, traditional choice, provides jobs for farmers and markets, and it provides fresh air for your home. 
CONS: makes a mess by shedding a lot of needles, constant maintenance, transporting the tree is a bit difficult, you have to get rid of it after use.


PROS: can be already pre lit, doesn't make a mess, many selections to choose from, can be easily stored, and you can leave it up as long as you'd like.
CONS: can look phony and or synthetic, you have to make space for it in storage. 

Whichever tree you pick be it alive or real just make sure it the best option for you and your home, if you wanted to know more information about christmas or about our pricing since we do offer artificial and real trees, feel free to contact us at 

Monday, November 14, 2016


The holidays are upon us and that means that everyone is going to start to see a lot of poinsettias soon! Poinsettias are beautiful red flowers mainly used for christmas decorations and they come in a bunch of different colors too like white, pink, a red and white combo, and marble. 

  • Make sure to not put your poinsettia in direct sunlight, it has to be placed in indirect sunlight in order to thrive throughout the holiday season.
  • Don't push your poinsettia up against a wall or window because it can damage the leaves. 
  • Make sure your poinsettia is kept moist, but don't let it sit in water because then it would get overwatered and start to die. 
  • Lastly, make sure to keep your poinsettias in a cool environment to prolong it's longevity. 

Because pointsettias are so popular we always say to make sure to place an order a month before for your holiday plants. If you have any inquiries about poinsettias or want to place an order feel free to reach out to us at 

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Fall Flowers for Arragments

I have to say fall flower arrangements are by far my favorite kind of arrangements. I love the colors scheme of orange, green, yellow and matching hues and the rustic feel to all the flowers. Today I'm going to write about my favorite flowers that I love to use in fall flower arrangements. 

Sunflowers: These are perfect for any autumn arrangement because its a nice bright  pop of color and matches well with the fall color scheme. Not only that but they are also at their best at the end of summer and the very beginning of fall. 

Wax Flowers: What I love about having wax flowers is that they come in different color variation and that they are a flowering shrub that has multiple blooms per stem; which makes it perfect as filler for your arrangement.

Dahlias: Dahlias are a year round flower and what makes them transitional throughout every season is that they come in many different colors and sizes. Go for a nice orange, dark red, soft pink, or even an ombre color and you'll be good to go for any fall arrangement. 

Silver Dollar Eucalyptus: I love the soft faded green color and the drape of the eucalyptus, and not only does it give off a pleasant smell but it also acts as a neutral for your fall color scheme. 

If your in need of a beautiful fall flower arrangements please feel free to contact us at