Floral Friday ~ Celosia

Floral SpecialistFloral Friday, Flowers, Weekly Product Updates

Floral Friday ~ Celosia Summer’s bountiful flower… CELOSIA.  This has been an American  summer garden staple since the colonists.  Thomas Jefferson, known for his unique taste in botanicals, included the crested coxcomb varieties in his flower garden.  The name celosia is derived from the Greek work, kelos, meaning “burned.” Related to the amaranths, celosia are either plume-like (feather or caracas) or crested (coxcombs).  They … Read More

Floral Friday ~ Eucalyptus

Floral SpecialistFloral Friday, Greens, Weekly Product Updates

Floral Friday ~ Eucalyptus Eucalyptus is one of our TOP SELLERS because of its muted bluish-green color and wispy texture.  It is also very hardy and will last a long time when properly processed and stored in the cooler.  A few strands can add value to a normal arrangement giving the customer “more bang for their buck.”  Due to the hardy nature of this greenery, … Read More