Floral Friday ~ Podocarpus

Floral SpecialistFloral Friday, Flowers, Greens

Floral Friday ~ Podocarpus When we recommend podocarpus, most say, “Oh…that’s what it’s called!” One of our Florida greens, podocarpus has thin, feathery leaves with a glossy finish. Think of it as a shiny alternative for willow or feather eucalyptus. It is a sturdy greenery that adds a trailing, weeping touch perfect for gardeny floral arrangements, garlands, sign decorations, arches … Read More

Floral Friday ~ Helleborus

Floral SpecialistFloral Friday, Flowers

Floral Friday ~ Helleborus Hellebore | Lenten Rose | Winter Rose A member of the Ranunculaceae family, helleborus has become just as popular as their ranunculus cousins. It could be attributed to the muted tones of the varieties, one being the mauve color palette which has been ever so trendy on social media. An early blooming flower, varieties of helleborus … Read More

Floral Friday ~ Gypsophila

Floral SpecialistFloral Friday, Flowers

Floral Friday ~ Gypsophila BABY’S BREATH We know, the last thing you want to see after Valentine’s Day is more gyp, but let’s venture outside of the “dozen roses with baby’s breath” box. Fresh eyes bring new perspectives on traditional floral staples as we can see with the continuance of gyp’s popularity. Types Overtime – long vase life, extra-large bright … Read More