Category Archives: Friday Florals

Friday Floral – David Austin Garden Roses!

This post is both for the lovers of roses and especially for those that say “No Roses”! For those who believe they dislike all roses, let me introduce you to the David Austin Garden Roses. These amazingly intricate blooms are not your everyday “by the dozen” roses but instead look more like the delicate ruffly…

Friday Floral – Anthurium!

This month I have been focusing on tropical plants and flowers and today I will be continuing that trend. Maybe because February is one of the coldest months in Colorado, so my southern upbringing has me thinking about warmer climates. Whatever the reason, with flurries flying here in Denver, today I give you the amazingly…

Friday Floral – King Protea!

King Protea, an incredibly unique tropical flower that looks like something straight out of a storybook. The largest member of the protea family, this flower features a white fuzzy center that gently slopes upward to a point. Spiky pink or white petals surround the center giving it a regal look; from the side it resembles…

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Friday Floral – Parrot Tulips!

The tulip, a spring favorite of gardeners and florists alike. I love when the end of spring approaches and I begin to see tulips shooting out from under the snow and begin to open with a vast array of bright, beautiful colors. There is one particular variety of tulip that became a fast favorite of…

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Friday Floral – Hellebore!

The hellebore, an absolutely stunning little beauty that emerges in mid to late winter when spring begins to knock at our doors and often last all the way through spring. A native of Europe and Asia, with bright green branches of flowers was popular with late 17th century gardeners and is enjoying a renaissance today….

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