Category Archives: Friday Florals

Friday Floral – Plumosa Fern!

Plumosa fern, a beautifully airy greenery has a very delicate layered look with its spreading stems and soft, small needles. Despite the name, plumosa fern is not actually a true fern, rather it is a bushy evergreen, twining vine with climbing stems. The stems of the plumosa fern can grow up to several meters in…

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Friday Floral – Cedar!

Oh Cedar! Cedar is one of my all time favorite greens to use in floral arrangements! As florists we always look forward to early fall when the eucalyptus of summer starts to diminish and cedar begins to pop up here and there in floral plans. There isn’t much better than a beautiful fall or winter…

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Friday Floral – Star of Bethlehem!

According to the christian legend, the Star of Bethlehem was created by God to guide the wise men to the Christ Child. Its purpose was completed but God thought that it was too beautiful to be banished. So instead, it burst into thousands of pieces descending to the earth. The tiny bits of star then…

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Friday Floral – Ilex Berry!

Ilex berry, also appropriately called winter berry, is probably the most iconic berry of winter and Christmas. Leafless branches covered in tight clusters of brilliant red berries, this is a show stopper for sure! The ilex berry is native to Canada and the United States in the eastern regions as it prefers a more humid…

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Friday Floral – Amaryllis!

As we enter into this Holiday season I must highlight one of the most iconic holiday flowers, the amaryllis. This large beautiful bloom is a staple of Christmas centerpieces so much so that many may not entertain the thought of making use of it at other times and for other purposes. Continue reading to see…

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