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♥ October Treat! $10.00 Off Your Purchase! ♥

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October, 2014

We have so much to celebrate this month – with fall in full swing and Halloween approaching, we have fully embraced the season.

Whether you go all out with your Halloween displays – it’s the second most popular decorating holiday behind Christmas, you know! – or keep it low-key, we have lots of ideas to inspire you! From sleek and spooky to wild and wacky, our accessories will appeal to all tastes.

Our designers have been working diligently, and we have a wide selection of fresh and permanent bouquets, arrangements, wreaths and other home décor to browse. We love to change the look of our showroom. There’s always something new to see, so stop in often!

We love everything about October – football weekends, sweater weather, pumpkin flavoring in coffee, mums on the doorstep – and we can help you carry that cozy vibe into your home all month!

Dianne & Staff

plan ahead

The days are growing shorter, and we are savoring the sights and scents of fall. Stop in and see us soon.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Pink ribbons, blooms and accessories honor all those who are fighting this disease. We can help you show your support.

National Apple Month: Abundant in fall, these iconic fruits are not only tasty but gorgeous when added to fall floral arrangements. We can craft fresh and faux adornments with this tasteful and trendy accessory.

Friday, Oct. 31, Halloween:
Whether you like your Halloween décor silly and spooky or tastefully terrifying, we have just the designs to delight.

Dress up your home for Halloween

Did you know that Halloween is the second-largest holiday for decorating? It’s second only to Christmas! We know that many of you love to go all out, and in addition to a lot of fun florals perfect for Halloween, we have new accessories ready to add to your collection.

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Longer-lasting flowers

Great news for flower lovers! Japanese researchers have recently identified a gene that could increase the life cycle of certain flowers, including roses. Researchers at the National Agriculture and Food Research Organization in Tsukuba, Japan, have uncovered the gene they believe responsible for the aging of cut flowers.

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America in bloom

American growers of flowers and foliages have banded together to promote the wide variety of U.S.-grown blooms and greens. The American Grown Flowers campaign is a partnership of large and small flower farms from across the United States.

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Cut Flower: Leucospermum

Almost alien in appearance, these exotically beautiful blooms resemble colorful pincushions, hence their common name: pincushion flower. The spherical-shaped flower heads – ranging from 3 to 5 inches in diameter – and unusual color combinations add extreme texture and bold hues to floral designs.

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How early should I order my flowers?

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