Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Edible Flowers for Your Wedding Cake or Salad

Our flowers are not sprayed with any sort of inorganic pesticide or fungicide. Nothing systemic is ever used. These blooms and petals can be used to garnish your plates, freeze in ice cubes, decorate your cake, salad or napkins. Here's our list: clary sage, milkweed, feverfew, garlic chives, gladiolus, hyssop, hollyhock, peony, mint, calendula, viola, lavender, rosemary, rose, tulip, dianthus, marigold, basil, bachelor's button, chrysanthemum, and lilac.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Wedding Flower Arranging Workshops

Announcing a new offering for our brides; wedding flower arranging workshops. These are scheduled for Friday mornings before your wedding, June- September. Buy our locally grown flowers and get 3 hours of design space, advise, tools and refreshments. This is Do-it- yourself fun for your bridesmaids or even Moms. Up to eight people for $200.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

September Flower Combinations -local flowers only

Lovely choices for September Weddings. Here's just a few ideas for color and flower combinations.

September - week 1 Orange Dahlia Blend: with Globe Amaranth, Burgundy and Gold Amaranth, Helenium, grasses, Zinnia, Nasturtium, Black-Eyed-Susan and Gold berries.

September - week 2 Pink and Green using Snowberries, Obedient Plant, Hydrangea, Pink Alostromeria, Dahlia and Silver Mountain Mint.

September - week 3 Fall Colors Orange and Red Globe Amaranth, Calendula, Helenium, Zinnia, Black-Eyed-Susan, ornamental grass.

September - week 4 Gold and Purples: Sunflowers, Zinnia, Dahlia, Statice, Purple Emperor Sedum, Fuchsia Celosia.