Are you a florist/ event planner in Huntersville, NC, or the surrounding area? Do you have a design style that calls for lots of unique blooms, including flowers that aren’t carried by Mayesh or that have a short lifespan?   Does your style call for lots of specialty flowers in small numbers that aren’t economical

The first thing to bloom in the garden this year were the Hellebores.   This was my first year growing them and arrival was so exciting, finally something blooming in the garden again.  Our peach trees also bloomed early this year.  Scattering their pink petals all over the ground like pink snow. Next up are the

This month I was asked to participate in the Curate Gathering along with other local artists and vendors.   The gathering is “A dinner to celebrate the creative community around the Charlotte area. An invitation to gather with individuals seeking beauty in simplicity, finding magic in the every day, and striving to live a creative life

A Floral Easter Brunch

This year Easter fell right  when the tulips were in full bloom here in NC.  All the gorgeous colors went stunningly with my clearance Homegoods tablecloth and Jadeite look accessories  (mason jar mugs and salt and pepper shakers) from Sur La Table. The garden was blossoming with tulips, narcissus, early rannunculus, anemones, peach blossoms, lavender,

Heirloom Mums: Back in Style

After reading about heirloom mums on Floret Flowers and Love -n- Fresh Flowers blogs in 2013, I was excited to try these beautiful flowers in the garden.   Unfortunately in 2014, there was a catastrophic failure with the mums at King’s Mums and I had to put it on hold for a year.  Under new ownership

Anemone Season has Arrived

Every spring one of the first flowers to arrive is the anemones. Their bright little eyes chasing away the winter and finally giving us something to play with.

Stop to Smell the Roses

One of the things that inspired me to want to become a boutique flower grower, was the lack of roses that really smell like roses in the market place today.  There are thousands of roses out there, yet, we only see such a limited variety in the market, and so many of those have been