A Guide to Easter Flowers

A Guide to Easter Flowers

The snow has melted, and the temperatures are beginning to rise. Not only does that mean spring has finally come, but it’s also a sign that Easter is almost here. From chocolate bunnies to family brunches, there are many ways for us to celebrate Easter, but we should also appreciate the season by decorating our… Read more »

The Mental Health Benefits of Plants

The Mental Health Benefits of Plants

We live in stressful times, there’s no other way to put it. Not only are we currently in the midst of a global pandemic, but the modern age has also put unique burdens on us. The result is a society that is increasingly anxious. Indeed, over 40 million adults in the United States suffer from… Read more »

How to Care for Succulents

How to Care for Succulents

Succulents have become the houseplants for modern homes. Millennials and baby boomers alike have gravitated to decorating their homes with these desert plants. With the succulent craze still running wild, then, it’s important that new plant owners know how to take proper care of their succulents. While succulents are hardy plants that need less care… Read more »

How to Choose the Right Vase for Your Flowers

How to Choose the Right Vase for Your Flowers

Whether it’s for Valentine’s Day or “just because,” it’s always heartwarming to receive a floral bouquet from that special someone in your life. However, as thoughtful as the gesture may be, you’re likely wondering what you should do with your new flowers. You know you should place them in a vase, but what kind of… Read more »

8 Low Light Plants for Your Home

8 Low Light Plants for Your Home

One of the biggest mistakes that first-time plant owners make is not giving their plants the proper amount of light. Many mistakenly believe that every plant needs sunlight 24/7. This is far from the truth. Every plant has its own needs, and while some plants need more light than others, there are also ones that… Read more »

7 Tips for Moving Your Plants Outdoors

7 Tips for Moving Your Plants Outdoors

A few months back, when winter started to rear its ugly head, we discussed how to move your plants indoors. Now, however, with the temperatures rising and spring on the horizon, it’s time to think about how to move those same plants back outside where they belong. Changing environments can be a real shock to… Read more »

Why Do We Give Roses on Valentine’s Day?

Why Do We Give Roses on Valentine's Day?

Valentine’s Day is a day to express our love to those we care about most. One way to express our affection is through gifts such as chocolates, teddy bears, and, of course, flowers. The red rose is the quintessential Valentine’s Day flower, a symbol of love throughout the Western World. But how did it come… Read more »

The Dos and Don’ts of Gifting Valentine’s Day Flowers

The Dos and Don'ts of Gifting Valentine's Day Flowers

Picking out the perfect Valentine’s Day flowers is one thing, but actually giving them to your significant other is another. There are a lot of unspoken rules when it comes to gifting flowers for Valentine’s Day. Should you send them to their office or at home? How big should the flowers be? When should you… Read more »

6 Tips for Picking the Perfect Valentine’s Day Flowers

6 Tips for Picking the Perfect Valentine's Day Flowers

Roses are red, violets are blue…but which Valentine’s Day flowers should you choose? Picking the perfect flowers for Valentine’s Day can be a tricky task. While you could just go to your local grocery store and pick a random bouquet, this hardly has the same effect as a personally crafted bouquet from your local florist…. Read more »

How to Make Your Christmas Wreath Last Longer

How to Make Your Christmas Wreath Last Longer

We’ve talked about how to make our freshly cut flowers last longer, but as the Christmas season rolls around, we also have to worry about making our wreaths last longer as well. One of the most popular ways to decorate our homes for the holidays is to hang a Christmas wreath on our front door…. Read more »