Monday, April 23, 2007


The latin name ranunculus means "little frog". The word refers to the swampy ground where many types of the flower grow. This is one little frog I find very difficult to resist. One of my favorite flowers by far. I love the pink ones, and the white ones, and the yellow... I love them all! They are so delicate and oh so beautiful, their petals almost like tissue paper. They are just perfect on their own so you can admire their curvy stems and their plump blooms or just as beautiful tucked in with other spring flowers. These bulb grown blossoms are available all year round through imports but the peak season is December to end of May (best value). Care Tips: Remove all foliage, recut stems and change water regularly. The stems are inclined to buckle. If you don't want them curvy, insert a flower wire to keep them upright or cut the stems short.

Sunday, April 22, 2007


This year we are offering your choice of jewel or pearl wristbands that you can have as a keepsake and wear with any of your favorite outfits after the big day has come and gone. Our bracelets are made of semi precious gemstones and fresh water pearls to match your dress and are priced according to the width and type of jewels used.
We highly suggest you provide us with a material swatch from your dress so we can perfectly match the jewels and ribbon.
Please take note that due to the high demand for the made to measure bracelets we need up to 2 weeks to prepare your order.

Thursday, April 19, 2007


Monday April 23rd to Friday April 27th, 2007

To recognize the work of clerical employees such as administrative assistants (receptionists, paralegals, ect.)

The most common way of recognizing your Administrative professionals are (but not limited to)
Gift basket
Gift certificate
Taking them to lunch

We have many gift ideas available in store. Such as potted flowering plants, cut flowers, flower arrangements in vase, balloons, cards and jewelry.

Monday, April 16, 2007


Some flowers and plants may be deadly for your pets or at the very least give them a belly ache. Other symptoms may include diarrhea, vomiting, coma and hyperactivity. There are over 100 varieties listed on the ASPCA website.

Here are some examples of varieties we often carry in store. You may want to avoid these all together if you have an animal that likes to get his/her nose and paws into places they shouldn't be!

Asian Lily
Bird of paradise
Calla lily
Charming Diffenbachia
Day lily
Easter Lily
Elephant ears
English Ivy
Lily of the Valley
Peace Lily
Morning glory
Stargazer Lily

Please contact your vetenarian if your animal ingests any of the above mentioned flowers/plants or any from the list on